​​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

Located on the first floor, Student Service’s mission is to support and empower students to achieve wellness and success academically, personally and socially throughout one’s high school career. Students can access the following services and programs:

  • Guidance
  • Learning Resource
  • ELL Support
  • Career Development Resources
  • School Resource Officer (2nd Floor)
  • All In For Youth Success Coach
  • Various other community resources


Student Services is here to help with each step of a student’s journey to a successful future. Appointments may be booked through the Student Services secretary.

Alpha student last name range:

Mark Appeals Procedure

In the event that there is an appeal of a final mark the following process is used:

  • Appeal directly to the teacher concerned;
  • If the matter is not resolved with the teacher, the appeal may be taken to the Assistant Principal who will involve the parties concerned;
  • If the appeal is still not resolved, the Principal, after consultation with the people concerned, will make the final decision.

Course Change Requests: 

Students can request changes to their current timetables (request to add and/or drop classes) through an online form. This form will be active between August 24th at 8 AM and August 26th at 4 PM. If students miss this opportunity, this form will be reopened on September 1st.

Request to change courses for the 2021/2022 school year will be limited. Grade ten students will not be able to change option classes as their requests have already been fulfilled.


Students may request timetable changes under the following circumstances:

- Missing a course (grade ten students should have no spares, grade eleven students may only have one spare and grade twelve students may have one spare in each semester).

- Missing a graduation requirement.

- Academically unbalanced (for example, all core classes in one semester).

- Grade twelve students may request changes for their post-secondary requirements; pending space in the course is available.


*Please note that students may not request specific teachers, courses in a particular semester or period.

Student Access Link:


Student Access QR Code: (see attachment for PNG file) 

All In for Youth

Launched by United Way in 2012, All In for Youth provides innovative solutions to help youth stay in and complete high school. All In for Youth programs connect youth to positive adults, remove barriers to high school completion, and transition youth into adulthood through varied paths of learning and career success. All In for Youth has made over 16,000 positive adult youth connections since its launch, and contributed to increasing the overall high school completion rates in Calgary.

Lester B. Pearson High School is one of 25 All In for Youth high schools in Calgary. The All In for Youth programs offered in Lester B. Pearson High School, include Big Brothers Big Sisters mPower Mentoring program, Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary Success Coach program, YMCA Math Tutoring Table, Youth Employments Centre - The Journey Forward, SAIT Summer Cooks Exploratory credited program and World of Choices Junior Achievement career forums. Eligible students in Lester B. Pearson High School are also granted access to several bursaries, support and financial aid for post-secondary education, volunteering and sector training opportunities. For more information on All In for Youth please visit our website or contact the school's administration.

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