Grade 1-12 Full-Time Online Learning

Students New to CBE

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.


2022-2023: Requesting a Transfer to CBe-learn from Another CBE School

Grade 1-9 Students (2022-23 School Year) 

Grade 10-12 Students (2022-23 School Year) 

1.  Take the 2022-23 Online Learning Self/Family Assessment Survey to determine appropriateness of program.     

2.  Follow all instructions on the ECS to Grade 9 Transfer Request Form. Kindly send completed transfer form to cbelearn@cbe.ab.ca

3.  CBe-learn will contact families with additional transfer information. 

1.  Take the 2022-23 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.  Discuss with the administration of your current school the possibility of a transfer, who will contact CBe-learn on your behalf. 

4.  If a transfer is not approved, the student will remain registered at their designated CBE school

 

Eligibility and Registration / Transfer Instructions 

Only resident CBE students are eligible for full-time online learning with CBe-learn.  A resident CBE student is a student where at least one parent/legal guardian (or the independent student) physically resides within the geographical boundary of CBE, and at least one parent/legal guardian (or the independent student) is not of the Roman Catholic faith. Regardless of living or parenting arrangements, parents/legal guardians must only identify one primary address, which must be within the geographical boundary of CBE. To determine if you live within the CBE boundary, go to the CBE Find a School Tool and type in your address. If any school name appears, you are within our boundary. If no school name appears, you are outside the boundary of the CBE and not eligible for CBe-learn.

International students are not eligible to attend full-time studies at CBE-learn.


Current CBe-learn Full-Time Online Students

Continuing at CBe-learn for 2022-2023

  • Parents/Guardians are encouraged to complete the 2022-23 Online Learning Self / Family Assessment Survey to help guide registration decisions.  No action is required for those who wish to continue at CBe-learn in 2022-23. 
  • Course selection process for current grades 9, 10 and 11 will be communicated to students and parents / guardians in the spring.  

Transferring to In-Person Learning, from CBe-learn for 2022-2023


Grade 1-9 Students (2022-23) 

Grade 10-12 Students (2022-23)

1. Use the Find A School Tool to confirm regular program school. 

2. Follow all instructions on the ECS to Grade 9 Transfer Request Form.*

3. Email the completed form to cbelearn@cbe.ab.ca. Signed forms will be forwarded to the requested school.  

4. Requested school confirms registration with parents/guardians.   


1. Use the Find A School Tool to confirm regular program school. 

2. Communicate your wishes to return to your designated high school to CBe-learn administration. 

3. If a transfer is not approved by the CBE, the student will remain registered at CBe-learn. 


Please note: Deciding to transfer to CBe-learn is a full school year commitment. CBe-learn transfers are not designed to allow for transitions back to in-person learning until the full online school year is complete.

Are transfer requests still accepted after the submission deadline?
After September 30th, CBe-learn does not accept further requests, except for:

  • Documented medical conditions requiring online learning in the regular program. (Please discuss this with your current CBE school.)
  • Returning Grade 12 students (i.e. fourth-year high school students) needing to finish additional courses or upgrade.


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