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Fee Payment:

  • Online – pay with your credit card or Interac bank card through MyCBE/PowerSchool
  • Apply for a waiver

We do not accept credit card information over the phone, by fax or by mail (to ensure security of your personal and financial information).

Online Payment

You can pay most school fees online using your MyCBE/PowerSchool account. Online fee payment offers parents/guardians flexibility in payment methods, convenience, and real-time information on payments.

How to Create Your MyCBE/PowerSchool Account

Setting up an account to pay student fees online is quick and easy, but there are a few things that must be confirmed before you register. If you are setting up a MyCBE/PowerSchool account you must:

  • Be a legal guardian
  • Use the same email address the school has on file and
  • Have your child’s CBE student ID number

If you are not sure of any of this information, please contact your child’s school.

Go to MyCBE/PowerSchool to create your account, and add your child using their CBE student ID. After you create your account, you will receive a confirmation email.

For questions related to online payments or fees, please email studentfees@cbe.ab.ca​.

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Flexible Payment Options

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