How to Register

Register for CBe-learn 2023-2024 

Students new to CBE must first register for their Regular Program school,
through School Engage: https://schoolengage.cbe.ab.ca.  Use the Find A School Tool to confirm a student’s designated school.

Grades 1-9

  1. Take the Online Learning Self/Family Assessment Survey to determine appropriateness of program.     
  2. Follow all instructions on the ECS to Grade 9 Transfer Request FormSend completed transfer form to cbelearn@cbe.ab.ca
  3. CBe-learn will contact families with additional transfer information. 

Grades 10-12

  1. Take the Online Learning Self/Family Assessment Survey to determine appropriateness of program.     
  2. Familiarize yourself with the high school pages and programming details available on our website. 
  3. Submit a transfer request between February 1 and March 15.
  4. If a transfer is not approved, the student will remain registered at their designated CBE school

Important Registration Notes

  • Transferring to CBe-learn is a commitment for the full school year. 
  • Students who transfer to CBe-learn from other schools with alternative programs or capped enrollment will not have their space held and would need to go through the transfer or lottery process again if they wish to return in future years. 
  • If parents share joint custody, all parents/guardians must agree with the decision to transfer.
  • International Students are not eligible for full time online registration with CBe-learn,  please refer to the CBE international Student information page for more information about international student opportunities


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