There are a number of resources available to students to help shape their academic future, and assist in their every day growth as a student. Here are some of our suggestions:
Current Grades & Marks
Parents and students can view current school based marks online through Powerschool Portal. You will require password access from your school secretary. You can also connect multiple students to one parent log-in if you prefer.
All high school students should be signed up for a myPass account with Alberta Education. High school students can access transcripts and diploma marks through this site. This is also where students will register to re-write a diploma exam, should that be necessary.
Exam Bank - A Study Tool
ExamBank is a powerful resource for Alberta students in all grades. We now offer online study resources in academic subject areas for everyone!
Here are your usernames and passwords, based on your Learning Store:
Exam Password: video
School: High Level Learning Store
Exam Password: rectangle
School: La Crete Learning Store
Exam Password: paint
School: Fort Vermilion Learning Store
Exam Password: study
School: Rainbow Lake Learning Store
Beyond High School
Apply to Post-Secondary Institutions through the Alberta Application System at Apply Alberta
Careers, Learning and Employment
Alis is the provincial gateway to career, learning, and employment information that helps Albertans achieve success. Alis offers information about career planning, post-secondary education and training, educational funding, job searches and more.
Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training has requirements for high school students to enter Trade Programs.
View the minimum requirements, and the recommended requirements here:
There are options available if you require financial assistance to proceed with your education:
a) Local Bursaries and grants are often available to qualified recipients at graduation. For application information, contact Mrs. Roberts
b) The Alberta and Canada governments provide student loans and grants to help you reach your post-secondary educational goals. Here is more information: Student Aid