Ways to Get Connected

MyCBE / PowerSchool 

MyCBE / PowerSchool provides parents, students and staff seamless access to information and transactions using a modern and effective technology platform. Our new student information system now includes viewing academic information (schedule, grade and attendance), viewing learning activities using Brightspace by D2L, registering for transportation and noon supervision, paying fees, requesting waivers and booking school conferences. 


A newsletter will be sent home in August with information about activities, programs and student/teacher/parent conference dates. Current information about school activities may be accessed on the school website in the news centre.

Daily Bulletin

The office issues a daily bulletin of announcements and activities, which are read during the communication
period and posted on the school’s website in the news center under student bulletin.


The school’s website is where you can read about Crescent news and events, find out about extra-curricular sports and activities, and connect with valuable resources. We encourage you to make a habit of checking it often.

Television Bulletin

Crescent Heights High School employs a closed circuit television network to provide timely information to students, parents, and community stakeholders. There are multiple displays that are available throughout the building.


There is a phone located in the main office for student use on an as need basis. The office will relay only urgent messages from a parent to the student. The school phone number is 403-276-5521.

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 Social Media

Stay connected by following one or all of our social media accounts. 



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Calendar Subscriptions

You can now subscribe to our school calendar, or filter for more specific information.


Our RSS feeds allow you to access school content at your convenience in ways that works best for you.

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The public is welcome to attend, or view meetings online.