Schools start accepting new student registrations for the next school year on February 2, 2021. Students who are new to the Division register for school. Students currently enrolled at a Division school, including those moving to junior high and high school, pre-enrol on SchoolZone.
Resident students can attend their designated school if they make their selection no later than 4 p.m. on April 15, 2021. However, if their designated school uses a lottery process, some students may not be able to attend that school.
A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic.
Use the Find a School tool to find your designated school.
A student may also attend any other school in the Division, as long as:
If the number of students who want to attend a school or program exceeds the available space, applicants from outside the school’s designated attendance area will be chosen by random selection.
We are happy to welcome non-resident students in schools with space once resident students are enrolled. The Education Act requires us to offer available spaces to resident students first.
Whether you register early or right before 4 p.m. on April 15, your child’s chance of attending a school or program remains the same. Schools review all registrations after April 15, and registrations are not first-come, first-served.
You will need to provide your preferred school with documents confirming:
Before you register, it’s important to have your documents ready. You will need to upload the documents to complete and submit your registration.
If you are using a computer, have a scanned image of each document saved on your computer.
If you are using a mobile device, you can take photos of your required documents as you fill out the form.
You can only register at one school. To submit your digital student registration form online, you will need to:
There is no option to save your progress. Once you start, we recommend finishing the form.
Need help using the digital student registration form? Submit a request to get help or call (780) 429-8232.
If you’re not sure which documents to provide, contact your preferred school.
LEGAL PROOF OF YOUR CHILD'S NAME AND AGE
If the documents don’t confirm your child’s citizenship or status, parents may be asked to provide citizenship immigration documents (e.g., work permit, study permit or citizenship card or certificate). Visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada for more information.
Once you submit a completed and signed digital student registration form:
If you are unable to register online, use the print version of the student registration form. You can mail or drop off your completed registration form and supporting documents to the school. You should confirm safe drop-off and pick-up measures with the school.