To register a student please follow the Registration instructions outlined on the CBE website.
Registration at Calgary Board of Education (CBE) schools is not determined on a first come, first served basis. Registration and admission to schools in CBE are governed by the
Education Act and
Administrative Regulation 6090 | Child and Student Registration and Admission.
If you have questions for our school, contact us for information.
It is not possible to register at the school on holidays and during the summer. During the summer break you can find more information and dates on our Back to School page.
Non-Canadian students have a different registration process, please follow the registration process outlined on the New to Canada page.
Our school is listed on the 2022-25 System School Accommodation Plan (SSAP), and we may see changes implemented at our school over the next few years. Please see this letter for more information.
Every CBE student has a designated school based on their home address. When you transition from elementary to middle school, or from middle school to high school, you will be automatically registered at your designated school according to your home address. To find your designated school, use our Find a School tool.
If you are interested in attending a school other than your designated school, visit the Transfers webpage for transfer information. Please note that some schools are quite full and not able to accept all transfer requests.
Monday, May 29 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for CBE students. It is also the provincial election day – don’t forget to vote! Have a safe long weekend. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/nihcInFUcL
RT @globalfestyyc: Last week, GlobalFest was a proud participant in the Bob Edwards Diversity and Peace Conference. With the theme of “Acceptance is our Superpower”, GlobalFest was able to host Virgin Radio Host Andrew Uyeno in a classroom discussion about what it means to be biracial. https://t.co/WLOrHlIvSg
Forest Lawn High School hosted the first-ever high school Esports Tournament - 8 schools competed in the popular game League of Legends, showcasing the excitement of competitive gaming and also highlighting the educational value and benefits it brings to students. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/bwFrVtuELs
RT @EdMattersYYC: Busy? Procrastinating? Over-thinking?
Remember, if you're a @yyCBEdu or @CCSD_edu student graduating this spring and applying for EducationMatters Student Awards, the application deadline is less than a week away!
Start and/or finish your application ASAP:
Congratulations! Thank you Brown Bagging It for all you do to help CBE students. #WeAreCBE #bb4ck https://t.co/N31R2ywXql