Yearbook

Yes, there will be a 2021-2022 Yearbook!

One of the best parts about the yearbook experience is the notes and signatures from friends.  Now, with Digital Yearbook Signing Pages, all students have the opportunity to take part in that tradition with a fun, free, interactive experience that results in a permanent keepsake.

It’s free to all students and is a great way to bring our school community together and remember this historic school year!

Check out this video to see how it works.  

Get started today at yearbooksigning.jostens.com!

If you have not done so already, you may purchase your 2021-2022 Yearbook by logging in to MyCBE / PowerSchool account or come to the Business Office.  They are only $40.00.


Check to see if you have ordered your Yearbook

Account information for parents to access can be found right below the Calgary Board of Education banner up at the top.

DUE NOW tab will show all items a student owes. All students were assigned a optional yearbook and if it has not been paid it will appear under this tab. Parents can select the IN CART box beside the fee and head to the checkout by clicking the shopping cart found at the top of the screen.

PAID tab will show everything a parent has paid for, including this and last year’s items.  This is where the yearbook will appear if it has been paid for.

If a parent or student has asked us to remove the yearbook and has changed their mind, they can email rdparsons@cbe.ab.ca to have it re-added. 


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