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Next School Year: 2023-2024 New Student Registration

Students new to our division can register online here

Current School Year: 2022-2023 New Student Registration

Students new to our division can register online here

Things to know before completing a new student registration form

  1. A New Student Registration Form is completed for someone who is not currently enrolled in a St. Albert Public School.
  2. Before starting a registration form, know which is your neighbourhood school, and which program you wish your child to attend.
  3. The registration form is to be completed by the student’s parent/legal guardian. According to the Education Act, a parent is the guardian as set out in Section 20 of the Family Law Act. An appointed guardian is defined under Part 1, Division 5 of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act or Section 23 of the Family Law Act.
  4. Along with the registration form, documents are required to prove the student’s legal name, date of birth and Canadian citizenship status.  Documents to prove name, age and citizenship may include:
    • Canadian Citizens:
      • Canadian Passport
      • Canadian Birth Certificate
    • Non-Canadian Citizens:
      • Permanent resident card
      • Valid temporary resident papers (may be required for both students and parents)
      • Valid immigration papers (may be required for both students and parents)
  5. All required forms must be submitted and your chosen school must confirm acceptance before your student’s registration is complete.
  6. Once a registration form is submitted, you must contact the school to make changes to your information.


  • To register for Kindergarten, children must be five on or before the last day of December of the year in which they which to register.

Which school will my child attend?

  • Students usually attend their neighbourhood schools. Click here to determine which school is in your neighbourhood.
  • Because of inclusive education needs or alternative program options, it is sometimes necessary to send a child to another school for program purposes.
  • Students may be permitted to enroll in other schools if space is available. Yellow bus service, however, would not be guaranteed to children attending a school other than their designated neighbourhood school.

Please call our division administration office at 780.460.3712 for more information.

Non-Resident/International Students 

St. Albert Public schools offers an International Student Program to students who reside in a foreign country and are looking to engage in academic studies in the English language. Please contact the principal of your school of choice for additional information on the program. To view the program fees, please click here

Microsoft 365 Deal for Students

District students are able to access Microsoft Office software for free. For details, please click here.

Student Accident Insurance

MSH provides student accident insurance solutions for thousands of Canadian families each year. This insurance helps families stay financially protected against unexpected expenses arising from their children's accidents. For more information, please click here.

The registration process includes the following documents:
St. Albert Public Schools