Student Services

Homeschooling parents and students have many different kinds of and methods of support, including access to all the support, programs, and resources available through CBe-learn, the Calgary Board of Education's online school. Visit CBe-learn's support page for more details.

Facilitator/Teacher support

  • face-to-face assistance with facilitators
  • minimum two facilitator visits as per Alberta Government Education Regulations
  • access to facilitator for planned learning events
  • learning plan workshops
  • special classes, workshops and activities
  • resources purchased with supplemental funding
  • Brightspace (D2L) support
  • learning commons
  • students can create/send/receive electronic data in the form of text, audiovisual materials, graphics, multimedia clips, presentations, photos, visual art and video
  • online Live Room assistance
  • online learning strategies assistance
  • CBe-learn junior high resources and program access

Parent Support

  • school council | guidance and leadership
  • informal mentorship program for new families
  • coffee and conversation informal gatherings
  • multi-activity room
  • learning commons
  • special events hosted at CBE designated facilities
  • parent workshops and seminars

Homeschooling parents and students have access to all the support, programs, and resources available through CBe-learn, the Calgary Board of Education's online school. Visit CBe-learn's support page or contact CBe-learn Student Services for more information by calling 403-777-7971.

 

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Support for Students at the CBE

Our students’ success is our top priority and we understand that our students live complex lives and that many factors both in the school and outside of school can affect their ability to learn. The CBE offers a variety of services (such as Culture and Linguistic Support, Exceptional and Special Needs, and Psychological Services) to support students, their families and our school, so students can be successful learners. Visit the CBE website to learn more.​​​​

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