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Are you 19 years of age or younger as of September 1, 2017?
Have you attended or had access to 3 years of high school?
Have you completed all of your high school at an Edmonton Public School?(i.e. Queen Elizabeth, Jasper Place, Ross Sheppard, etc)

Centre High Campus registers students year round. New students will be placed in the first available session.

If you are a student that attended high school with the Edmonton Public School Board (EPSB), you may qualify to register online; see section above. 

Non EPSB students (i.e. Edmonton Catholic, Sturgeon, another province or country) will register in-person at one of our registration sessions. Please call 780-425-6753 during regular business hours to book your appointment; dates are listed below.  

  • Wednesday, May 17 @ 1 pm
  • Wednesday, June 7 @ 1 pm
  • Wednesday, June 21 @ 1 pm
  • Tuesday, July 11 @ 11 am
  • Tuesday, July 18 @ 11 am
  • Tuesday, July 25 @ 11 am
  • Tuesday, August 8 @ 11 am
  • Wednesday, August 9 @ 11 am
  • Friday, August 11 @ 11 am
  • Monday, August 14 @ 11 am
  • Tuesday, August 15 @ 11 am
  • Wednesday, August 16 @ 11 am
  • Thursday, August 17 @ 11 am
  • Friday, August 18 @ 11 am
  • Monday, August 21 @ 9:30 am and 12 noon
  • Tuesday, August 22 @ 9:30 am and 12 noon
  • Wednesday, August 23 @ 9:30 am and 12 noon
  • Thursday, August 24 @ 9:30 am and 12 noon
  • Wednesday, September 6 @ 1 pm

Phone 780-425-6753 to book an appointment. 

Phone 780.425.6753 to book an appointment.

To ensure your application can be processed, you MUST bring the following items with you when you register: 

  1. EITHER of the following forms of identification:
    • A Canadian Birth Certificate AND a piece of government-issued photo identification (such as a Driver’s License or Alberta Identification Card); OR
    • Any ONE of the following:  Canadian Passport, Indian Status Card, or Permanent Residency/Citizenship document.
Please note that we cannot accept Alberta Health Care Cards or Social Insurance Cards as identification.
  1. Marks:
    • Students coming from a school anywhere in Alberta are asked to obtain a Detailed Academic Report available through the MyPass Website (myPass.alberta.ca). 
    • Students coming from outside of Alberta are asked to provide a transcript from their previous high school. 

Without proper documentation, your registration may be delayed. If this represents a difficulty, please call the school at 780-425-6753.  

OPTIONAL - If you are new to Edmonton Public Schools or returning to Edmonton Public Schools from another school district, feel free to print this document and bring the completed form with you.  Edmonton Public Schools Student Registration Form  

Students Applying From Outside Canada

Please go to the International Students Program Website at http://internationalprograms.epsb.ca for information.

Current International Students - Already In Canada

  1. Registration MUST be done in person at Centre High Campus.
  2. Before contacting Centre High Campus , please contact:

Student Services, Metro Continuing Education
7835 76 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T6C 2N1

Phone: 780-428-1111

i.   To pay international student tuition and fee

              ii.   To receive proof of payment (receipt)

              iii.   To obtain letter of acceptance

Please bring valid photo identification (e.g. passport), valid study permit, receipt for fee payment, letter of acceptance and history of marks from previous school to Centre High Campus for registration.

3. Contact Centre High Campus at 780-425-6753 for an appointment to register in person.

Students in Canada Whose Parents Have Work Permits or Full Time Post-Secondary Study Permits

(parent must be in a program that is recognized by Alberta Education)

Contact Centre High Campus at 780-425-6753 for registration information.

Permanent Residents

Contact Centre High Campus at 780-425-6753 to make an appointment to register in person.

Please bring your Permanent Resident Card or Confirmation of Permanent Residence, valid photo identification (e.g. passport, immigration travel document, etc.), transcript or report card from previous school.

Refugee and Refugee Claimants

Contact Centre High Campus at 780-425-6753 for registration information.

If you require further information, please contact:

Tracey Davidson
Special Needs Coordinator
Centre High Campus

Phone: 780-425-6753, ext. 8205 

Registration Information & Fee Guide 2017-2018



Textbook Rental/Resources Fee - $75 (non-refundable) 
This fee covers all textbook rentals, library resources and classroom workbooks/resources. Textbooks will be signed out with your teacher and recorded at Financial Services.  Fees must be paid in order to receive texts & workbooks.

ERCP, Physical Education & Sports Performance - $20/month
Fees of $20/month* are payable to the YMCA for the months of the program.

ERCP Level 2: $110

* Fees are subject to change without notice


Study Guides/Keys – Cost TBA


Keys are available for purchase at the Finance office. Guides are available for Biology, Chemistry, English, Math, Physics and Social Studies. Talk to your classroom teacher for more information.

Bus Passes

Monthly bus passes are available at the Finance office, sold daily 8 am – 2 pm; price TBA. Students must present a current student ID card at time of purchase. For schedule & route information, contact ETS at 780-496-1600.

*Please note there is NO student parking available.


ALL students REWRITING diploma exams MUST pre-pay and register DIRECTLY with Alberta Education by the established deadlines to ensure an exam and label will be supplied to the school for the diploma writing session. 

NOTE: Centre High does not collect fees for diploma exam rewrites


Online Registration
Students who registered online can make fee payments and timetable changes online 24/7.

In Person Registration
Students who registered in-person can make fee payment, timetable changes, and have ID photos taken from 8 am – 3 pm, Monday - Friday.

Regular Hours
8:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday - Friday
Closed all statutory holidays

Timetable Pickup

S1 – August 29 (A-L) August 30 (M-Z) 
8 am – 1 pm (in person only)

S2 – January 31, 2018 (A-Z)
8 am – 1 pm (in person only)

First Day of Classes

S1, Q1 classes – September 5
Q2 classes – November 1
S2, Q3 classes –February 1
Q4 classes – April 11

Students that do not attend classes on the first two days may be removed from their course(s).

Timetable Changes
S1 – September 7 & 8 from 7:30 am – 1 pm
S2 – February 5 & 6 from 8 am – 12 noon
(during your spare classes only)

Career Directions
Each semester, students participate in sessions including post secondary planning, career planning/exploration, career courses and career opportunities; dates TBA.



Student courses are delivered at the same time, Monday through Friday.

  Block 1 

  8:30 am - 9:43 am 

73 min.

  Block 2

  9:53 am - 11:06 am 

73 min.

 Block 3

 11:16 am - 12:29 pm

73 min.

 Block 4

 12:39 pm – 1:52 pm

73 min.

 Block 5

 2:02 pm - 3:15 pm

73 min.


2017-2018 SCHOOL TERM

Semester One (S1) 
Sept 5/17 – Jan 30/18

Semester Two (S2) 
Feb 1 - June 28/18

Quarter 1
(Q1, S1)

Sept 5 –  Oct 31

Quarter 2
(Q2, S1)

Nov 1 –   Jan 30

Quarter 3
(Q3, S2)

Feb 1 – April 10

Quarter 4
(Q4, S2)

April 11 – June 28