How to Register

Our offices are open Monday through Thursday from 8:15 am - 4:00 pm and Fridays 8:15 am - 3:00 pm. 

Required Documentation

Please bring all of the following documentation at the time of Registration for Senior High at CBe-learn.

  1. Acceptable Legal Documentation as proof of Canadian Citizenship or Landed Immigrant Status. Please present one of the following documents at the time of registration.

    • Canadian Birth Certificate
    • Adoption Certificate
    • Canadian Citizenship Certificate
    • Marriage Certificate
    • Study Permit
    • Canadian Passport
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Certificate of Indian Status
  2. Most recent high school transcript and/or report card or a document showing your Alberta Education Student ID Number.

  3. Course fees payable at time of registration.

  4. If transferring to CBe-learn from a Calgary Board of Education school, bring the completed CBE Transfer Request form.

  5. Students of non-CBE Schools, please provide appropriate documentation indicating that prerequisite requirements have been met with the application to attend.

  6. Full-time CBe-learn Students Only:  If you have an active I.P.P. (Individualized Program Plan), please bring to your registration appointment photocopies of the most recent I.P.P and all other specialist reports (psychologist or psychiatrist, behavioural specialists etc).


To determine the registration process you require, select from the following scenarios:

Students Attending Another CBE high school

  • Students must register through the CBE High School guidance counsellor using the Online Concurrent Student Registration tool (OCSR) that all counsellors have access to.
  • Students may take one or two courses at a time from CBe-learn.

Full-Time CBe-learn Students

(students taking full course load online with CBe-learn)

  • Students from other CBE community high schools will be able to transfer to CBe-learn as a full-time student anytime during the registration period for Fall courses.
  • After September, students need to contact the current school's administration, and have them discuss your individual situation with the CBe-learn assistant principal.
  • If a student is approved to transfer into CBe-learn as a full-time student, then they may call to make an appointment with CBe-learn Student Support Services to register in person
  • After September, admission to CBe-learn as a full-time student is on a case-by-case basis, and is reserved for students already enrolled into CBE schools. Students out of the CBE jurisdiction will not be accepted as full-time CBe-learn students.

Part-Time Students

(students currently attending any other non-CBE school – private, charter or separate)

  • Students must obtain a letter from their school's administration or student services team indicating which online course is requested, and what prerequisite mark has been achieved (if applicable).
  • The student must come in to CBe-learn to complete the full CBE registration process, obtain the textbook, and pay the appropriate fees.
  • Students are required to bring in proof of identification and citizenship (passport, Canadian birth certificate, landed immigrant status, etc).
  • Students may only take one CBe-learn course at a time.

Out-of-Province Students

(Canadian citizens living in another part of Canada)

  • Prior to registering, students must contact the assistant principal.
  • Students must obtain a letter from their school's administration or student services team indicating which online course is requested, and what prerequisite mark has been achieved (if applicable).
  • The student must complete the full CBE registration process, pay the appropriate fees and obtain the textbook (as required).
  • Students are required to provide proof of identification and citizenship (passport, Canadian birth certificate, landed immigrant status, etc).
  • Tuition Fees for out-of-province students are non-refundable.

Please bring all Required Documentation.

Students under 18 years must have a parent/guardian attend with them at registration.

Please be aware that if you choose to walk-in without an appointment, you will be required to wait for assistance.

CBe-learn Concurrent Registration Process – Junior High Students

See also Grades 6-9 page for more registration information.

When determined to be academically advantageous, CBe-learn will work closely with other CBE community schools to enroll junior high students in one or two online courses. These academic decisions are made at the discretion of the administration from both the referring school and CBe-learn.

Depending on the circumstance, students may be requesting Junior High courses, or Senior  High courses.


Requesting Jr. High Course

Requesting Sr. High Course

Parent  & Student

  • Meet with current Jr. High administrator
  • Review CBe-learn’s guidelines and expectations

Jr. High Administrator
(from community school)

  • Plans program for student
  • Determines student’s daily workspace
  • Ensures adequate support from within community school


Concurrent Prerequisite Form for Jr. High Online (available Sept 2020)

  • Completes Concurrent Form for Jr High Course
  • Email form to CBe-learn: Lisa Stuart

Concurrent Prerequisite Form for Sr. High Online (available Sept 2020)

  • Completes Concurrent Form for Sr. High Course
  • Obtains signatures from designated Sr. High and current Jr. High administration
  • Makes appointment with CBe-learn Student Services
  • Completes Sr. High registration in-person at CBe-learn

CBe-learn Process

  • Processes registration
  • Enrolls student into appropriate courses, including Jr. High Homeroom or Essentials for Online Learning, as required

Getting Started
once registration is completed

  • Jr. High Teacher contacts the family and guides the student through accessing Brightspace (D2L) and starting course
  • Student must take Essentials for Online Learning, the prerequistie course, before any other academic course in Sr. High.

Textbook Fee

  • No fee for textbooks. Books must be returned at end of course.


  • Grade 9 students wanting to take a Grade 10 course can register for any course with the exception of CALM and CTS courses at the 2000 or 3000 level.

    **This policy is in alignment with the Alberta Education Guide to Education.**
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