Support for Students at the CBE

Our students’ success is our top priority and we understand that our students live complex lives and that many factors both in the school and outside of school can affect their ability to learn. The CBE offers a variety of services (such as Culture and Linguistic Support, Exceptional and Special Needs, and Psychological Services) to support students, their families and our school, so students can be successful learners. Visit the CBE website to learn more.​​​​

Student Services

2021-2022 Alexander Rutherford Scholarship Applications & Student Loans

Any grade 12 student with an academic average over 75% in either/and or grade 10,11, and 12 may apply for the Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship!  All details are available at the site listed below.

https://studentaid.alberta.ca/scholarships-and-awards/alexander-rutherford-scholarship/

 

Please note that to receive monies, you must be attending post-secondary in the Fall of this year.

If you are taking a gap year(s), you may still apply indefinitely the summer prior to your September start at post secondary. The money is held for you in trust until such time you go to post- secondary for the first time.

 

Please review all the details carefully at this website as it may answer many of the questions you have regarding which courses may be presented to meet the Rutherford criteria. This is a generous program whereby many students with an 75% average over three years may  receive as much as 2500 dollars. This money is not dispersed until proof of post -secondary registration happens in the Fall. Once this occurs, cheques are mailed directly to students.

 

Applications open August 2021

 

Student Loans.

 

Student Loans applications are also available at the studetnaid.albert.ca website.

Loan applications are not yet available for the 2021-2022 school year. These applications are usually available in July, so keep checking the website for updates. Like the Rutherford, all information you need is available at this website.

 If you have any questions you may phone 1-855-606-2096  or contact Mrs. MacDonald in Student Services: hjmacdonald@cbe.ab.ca

 

Scholarship Presentation - Ms. MacDonald

Scholarship Presentation


Post-Secondary Updates

Bow Valley College 

- Applications for 22Fall intake will open on August 3, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. For learners who are interested in Practical Nurse, Justice Studies, Pharmacy Technician, or Social Work programs, please ask them to apply at applyalberta.ca on August 3, 2022 at 8:00am. Due date to submit Proof of Enrolment letter  (if applicable) is October 1, 2021.

 - New Centre for Entertainment Arts programs:

  • Foundation in Entertainment Arts Certificate of Achievement
  • Advanced 3D Animation & 3D Modeling Diploma of Achievement
  • Advanced VFX for Virtual Production Diploma of Achievement

*Applications are open for 2022 Winter intake

 -Bow Valley College program updates:

 Intake: 21FALL 

Diploma-

Program

Program Status

Aboriginal Addictions Studies

Full, medium waitlist

Business Administration

Seats available

Child and Youth Care

Full, long waitlist

Disability Studies

Seats available

Digital Design

Seats available

Early Childhood Education and Development

Seats available

Interior Decorating

Full, small waitlist

Information Technology Systems

Seats available

Justice Studies

Full, application closed

Legal Assistant

Seats available

Practical Nurse

Full, application closed

Pharmacy Technician

Full, long waitlist

Software Development

Seats available

Social Work

Full, application closed

  

Certificate-

Program

Program Status

Administrative Professional

Seats available

Business Administration Certificate

Seats available

Education Assistant

Seats available

Health Care Aide

Seats available

Human Resources

Limited seats available

Medical Office Assistant

Full, small waitlist

Hospital Unit Clerk

Full, medium waitlist

                                     

Students applying to Alberta post secondary institutions must apply through www.applyalberta.ca

 

Students applying to Universities in Ontario must apply through www.ouac.ca

 

For all other out of Province colleges and Universities, students apply directly to the institution.

 

Students are generally advised to submit their applications as early as possible, once they have researched their schools , programs of choice, and attended virtual presentations for prospective students.


IPP Accommodation Updates

IPP Accommodation.pdf

Counselling Program

Confused about which courses to select?  Wondering about graduation requirements and college or university entrance requirements? Need some direction about possible career choices?  Need someone to talk to about a personal or financial problem?

Drop in to Student Services and make an appointment. Student Services can provide information about community resources such as addictions counselling, medical services, crisis and mental health services, access to housing, employment and education, as well as advocacy.  Counsellors are here to help.

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