Grades 10-12

Summary

CBe-learn provides students with choice and flexibility in their learning either part-time or full-time through a number of distinct academic terms.  Each term has multiple entry points, providing students with a flexible start date into a course that ends in alignment with traditional school settings (January and June). 

In the 2020-2021 school year, we will continue to provide options for students looking for a more traditional calendar (September – January & February – June). We will continue to support the CBE with summer school programming (through the months of June and July). 

Registration Deadlines (all registrations are dependent on course capacity)

Please refer to the calendar to determine the term you would like to register and complete your course. Registration dates are firm, and once the registration period has elapsed, students will be asked to register for the subsequent term.

Term Registration Dates (dependent on course capacity) Core Course Access
Fall August 19 - September 21 September 8, 10, 17, 24, Oct 1

Winter December 1  -  Dec 16 February 4, 11, 18


  • CBe-learn reserves the right to cancel any course without sufficient student registration.
    When a class is canceled by CBe-learn, a 100% refund will be made.

Course Access Calendar

Depending on the date of registration, students will be enrolled to their Core Academic course(s) or Weekly Access course(s) based on the following schedule: 

See: Key Dates for Registration

Terms

CBe-learn offers a number of distinct terms in the 2020/2021 school year.

Fall | September - January

The Fall Term is designed for students who want to finish their courses and write their exams in January. This term is ideal for students who want their online courses to run parallel to any face-to-face courses at their community school.

  • Registration for the Fall Term is from August – September
  • Final marks for the Fall Term will be submitted to Alberta Education in January

Winter | January - June

The Winter Term is designed for students who want to finish their courses and write their exams in June. This term is ideal for students who want to align their course with a traditional school semester, and finish their diploma exams in June so they can apply for University acceptance in Fall 2021.

  • Registration for the Winter Term is from December – February
  • Final marks for the Winter Term will be submitted to Alberta Education in June.

CBe-learn is an independent school,  within the CBE.  It differs from the HUB Learning Approach.

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