How to Register

Students are offered an opportunity to register at the Children’s Village School through the unique setting placement process. This consultative process involving parents and guardians, your child’s community school and the area learning team is based on documented educational needs and current assessment information regarding a student’s complex social, emotional and learning profile.

For parents and guardians who are considering whether their student may benefit from the therapeutic programming offered at CVS, the first step would always be to connect with administration at your designated CBE community school to discuss your child’s learning needs. The community school will collaborate and may implement additional supports and services to help foster student success. Should there continue to be evidence that a student requires more intensive supports, alternative educational placements may be explored. Please see the CBE website to access descriptions of the range of specialized programs and unique settings available within CBE.

When a student is offered an educational placement at Children's Village School, parents and/or guardians have the option of accepting or declining the unique setting placement. Once placement has been accepted, staff from Children’s Village School will call you to book a tour and intake meeting, where a supported transition plan will be developed.

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Registration Process During a Health Emergency

To register new students during the COVID-19 pandemic follow the steps outlined in Registration on the Calgary Board of Education website. Look on the Kindergarten to Grade 9 or High School Registration pages.

General Registration Information

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 see our Non-Canadian Students page for details.​

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