Fees for the 2019-20 school year will be available in the fall of 2019, once the CBE budget is approved by Alberta Education.​ 

Fees will be charged to your MyCBE / PowerSchool account​ after the CBE fee schedule is approved by the Minister.

Annual system fees are set each year when the operating budget is passed by the Board of Trustees. To keep fees as low as possible, the CBE is committed to being as efficient as possible in the provision of services. Costs of providing the services include direct labour and supplies, as well as the cost of fee waivers and uncollectible accounts.

It is important to know that we have a waiver process for families who cannot afford to pay the fees.

School-based and course specific fees may be charged by our school. You can find a complete list of the approved fees for your school on our Find My School Fees page. 

​Visit the CBE website for more information on fees and waivers​.​​​​​​​

Please print and bring in the Fee Form when paying your child’s fees on the Fast Track Registration Day on August 29 and 30.

Elective Fees

Schools have no obligation to provide the goods or services associated with elective fees unless they are paid.

Graduation - Grade 12 graduating students ONLY$45
Yearbook (optional)$30
Science Goggles$5


Activity / Program Fees

The user fees are charged to students to cover the cost of the activity or program.

Music - Instrument Registration Fee (if applicable)$100 
Physical Education 10$35 
Physical Education 20 (5 credits)$150 
Physical Education 30$150 
Sports Medicine 15$110 
Sports Medicine 25$25 
Sports Medicine 35$90 
Sports Performance 15/25/35$40 

Note: Parent/guardians will be notified regarding the cost of additional individual field trips and extra-curricular/co-curricular activities as soon as information is available. Parent/guardians will be asked to fund these activities.

Other Costs

Students taking Math courses will be required to purchase a graphing calculator. Calculators can be purchased at London Drugs, Radio Shack etc

Graphing calculator$130 approx.

Arts Centered Learning Program

Fees

Please print and bring in the Fee Form when paying your child’s fees on the Fast Track Registration Day on August 29 and 30.

Elective Fees

Schools have no obligation to provide the goods or services associated with elective fees unless they are paid.

Graduation - Grade 12 graduating students ONLY$45
Yearbook (optional)$30
Science Goggles$5


Activity / Program Fees

The user fees are charged to students to cover the cost of the activity or program.

Music - Instrument Registration Fee (if applicable)$100 
Physical Education 10$35 
Physical Education 20 (5 credits)$150 
Physical Education 30$150 
Sports Medicine 15$110 
Sports Medicine 25$25 
Sports Medicine 35$90 
Sports Performance 15/25/35$40 

Note: Parent/guardians will be notified regarding the cost of additional individual field trips and extra-curricular/co-curricular activities as soon as information is available. Parent/guardians will be asked to fund these activities.

Other Costs

Students taking Math courses will be required to purchase a graphing calculator. Calculators can be purchased at London Drugs, Radio Shack etc

Graphing calculator$130 approx.

Arts Centered Learning Program

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Our Arts-Centred Program also has the following fees:

  • $75.00 resource fee to cover the cost of artists-in-residence and related learning materials

  • Additional cost may be incurred for arts-related field trips, performances and other learning opportunities

CBE families, watch for two important emails sent to you this afternoon about the 2019-20 CBE Budget and transportation fees: https://t.co/V2o9WbefN6 and https://t.co/ISLw30Hnh3 #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/UYrq5Vb6C8

Join us for the Board of Trustees public meeting today at noon at the Ed Centre or stream the meeting online. Trustees will discuss the updated Budget Assumptions Report https://t.co/ISGJKlRlO8 #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/bw1z6H3ziK

RT @CalgaryFoodBank: As part of the #MayorsFoodDrive, students build creative structures out of non-perishable food items. Using the theme Rock-CAN-Roll, 6 schools built 9 structures. Please take a moment to vote for the People's Choice! #CanstructionJR https://t.co/Y6dkB2FEbu https://t.co/TE2NnOVO4d

RT @yycbridge: #Mentorship cooking class at Dr. E. P. Scarlett High School @yyCBEdu. Youth had fun baking chocolate chip cookies and Portuguese egg tarts “Natas” https://t.co/pkkfJypCx3

RT @RobertThirsk: Canada is going back to the Moon and the Canadian Space Agency is engaging young Canadians to play a role in the next generation of space exploration. Learn more about the #JuniorAstronauts campaign: https://t.co/cR6RBf9A2T https://t.co/P8FmxHkK9P