Please contact us for information about registering for CBe-learn Junior High. You can call our Student Services team at 403-777-7971. Parents/legal guardians and students must attend registration and advisory appointments. Are you transitioning from Grade 9 into Grade 10? Please see our Preparing for High School page for some helpful tips!

Students New to CBe-learn

  1. Review the Online Learning Student & Family Guide from Alberta Education
  2. Review the technical requirements for working online.
  3. Contact our Student Advisor, Sue Brady (September - June), to discuss program details OR attend an upcoming Information Session if available to learn more about the program.
  4. Download and complete the registration package.
  5. Book a registration meeting
  6. Attend the registration meeting and collect textbooks.

Please note: Students must accompany parents to the CBe-learn registration meeting to finalize registration. 

Returning CBe-learn Students

This registration information is for the Junior High Online program. Students registered at CBe-learn in the 2018-2019 school year and would like to continue into the 2019-2020 school year.

Process:

  1. Download and complete the registration package.
  2. Either email the completed package to Lisa Stuart (lkstuart@cbe.ab.ca) or bring the package with you when you complete the registration.
  3. Complete the registration any time as of August 22, 2019. Textbooks will be available at the September 5 event. You must bring your child with you in order to complete the registration.
  4. Parents will receive an email from the CBe-learn TA teacher with startup instructions on September 6 (the first day of school).

Concurrent CBE Students

Referral and registration accepted only from school administrators. Parents, if you are interested in a concurrent registration, please consult with your community school administration.

Students are concurrent when they remain at the current school and take up to two online courses with CBe-learn.

The registration is to be completed by the current school administration/guidance/resource only. Interested parents must arrange this registration with their current school administration.

Process:

  1. School Administration: Download and complete the Concurrent Registration Form.
  2. Email the concurrent registration form according to the guidelines on the form. This form must be emailed to both of the people indicated in the instructions.
  3. Students will be registered in the one or two requested courses.
  4. Parents will be emailed instructions from CBe-learn as to startup requirements/process. Once registered with CBe-learn, students will complete an Introduction to Online Learning module before gaining access to their requested courses.             

Grades 6-9

Please contact us for information about registering for CBe-learn Junior High. You can call our Student Services team at 403-777-7971. Parents/legal guardians and students must attend registration and advisory appointments. Are you transitioning from Grade 9 into Grade 10? Please see our Preparing for High School page for some helpful tips!

Students New to CBe-learn

  1. Review the Online Learning Student & Family Guide from Alberta Education
  2. Review the technical requirements for working online.
  3. Contact our Student Advisor, Sue Brady (September - June), to discuss program details OR attend an upcoming Information Session if available to learn more about the program.
  4. Download and complete the registration package.
  5. Book a registration meeting
  6. Attend the registration meeting and collect textbooks.

Please note: Students must accompany parents to the CBe-learn registration meeting to finalize registration. 

Returning CBe-learn Students

This registration information is for the Junior High Online program. Students registered at CBe-learn in the 2018-2019 school year and would like to continue into the 2019-2020 school year.

Process:

  1. Download and complete the registration package.
  2. Either email the completed package to Lisa Stuart (lkstuart@cbe.ab.ca) or bring the package with you when you complete the registration.
  3. Complete the registration any time as of August 22, 2019. Textbooks will be available at the September 5 event. You must bring your child with you in order to complete the registration.
  4. Parents will receive an email from the CBe-learn TA teacher with startup instructions on September 6 (the first day of school).

Concurrent CBE Students

Referral and registration accepted only from school administrators. Parents, if you are interested in a concurrent registration, please consult with your community school administration.

Students are concurrent when they remain at the current school and take up to two online courses with CBe-learn.

The registration is to be completed by the current school administration/guidance/resource only. Interested parents must arrange this registration with their current school administration.

Process:

  1. School Administration: Download and complete the Concurrent Registration Form.
  2. Email the concurrent registration form according to the guidelines on the form. This form must be emailed to both of the people indicated in the instructions.
  3. Students will be registered in the one or two requested courses.
  4. Parents will be emailed instructions from CBe-learn as to startup requirements/process. Once registered with CBe-learn, students will complete an Introduction to Online Learning module before gaining access to their requested courses.             
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