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​​​​​​​​​​​We welcome new students to our school and we will begin accepting registrations for the upcoming school year in 100 Voices through grade nine in February. Provided we have space and resources available, resident (Catholic) and non-resident students may register at St. Edmund. 

All students at St. Edmund, including those registered in 100 Voices, our full-day kindergarten program or Sports Academies, receive International Baccalaureate (IB) programming. Junior high students who register in Sports Academies may choose between a certificate or a non-certificate route for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme.

Students who wish to enroll in one of our Sports Academies must meet entrance requirements. (Please visit our Sports Academies​ page for more information).

Transportation is provided for junior high students who reside within our boundary areas at a distance of 2 km or more from the school. Transportation for students who reside outside of our school bus boundaries is the responsibility of the parent. (To determine if you are within the St. Edmund boundary area, simply type your address into the online tool on the ECSD “Schools” page. Please select “regular” program when using this tool). Unfortunately, we are not able to provide bussing for elementary students.

Registrations are accepted in the following order:

  1. Resident (Catholic) students within the St. Edmund boundary area (bounded by the area between 127 and 97 streets, from the Yellowhead Trail to 137 Avenue and for junior high only, the boundary areas for Katherine Therrien, Bishop Savaryn (English), and St. Charles Schools).

  2. Resident (Catholic) students residing outside the St. Edmund boundary area

  3. Non-Catholic students in boundary area currently enrolled in Edmonton Catholic Schools and who have the recommendation of their principal that they be allowed to continue on to the next level of their educational program in the district

  4. Non-resident students residing within the boundary area

  5. Non-resident students residing outside the boundary area

All parents seeking to register their children at St. Edmund School are asked to read Information for Parents and Guardians Regarding the Permeation of the Catholic Faith

Registration Information

​​​​​​​​​​​We welcome new students to our school and we will begin accepting registrations for the upcoming school year in 100 Voices through grade nine in February. Provided we have space and resources available, resident (Catholic) and non-resident students may register at St. Edmund. 

All students at St. Edmund, including those registered in 100 Voices, our full-day kindergarten program or Sports Academies, receive International Baccalaureate (IB) programming. Junior high students who register in Sports Academies may choose between a certificate or a non-certificate route for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme.

Students who wish to enroll in one of our Sports Academies must meet entrance requirements. (Please visit our Sports Academies​ page for more information).

Transportation is provided for junior high students who reside within our boundary areas at a distance of 2 km or more from the school. Transportation for students who reside outside of our school bus boundaries is the responsibility of the parent. (To determine if you are within the St. Edmund boundary area, simply type your address into the online tool on the ECSD “Schools” page. Please select “regular” program when using this tool). Unfortunately, we are not able to provide bussing for elementary students.

Registrations are accepted in the following order:

  1. Resident (Catholic) students within the St. Edmund boundary area (bounded by the area between 127 and 97 streets, from the Yellowhead Trail to 137 Avenue and for junior high only, the boundary areas for Katherine Therrien, Bishop Savaryn (English), and St. Charles Schools).

  2. Resident (Catholic) students residing outside the St. Edmund boundary area

  3. Non-Catholic students in boundary area currently enrolled in Edmonton Catholic Schools and who have the recommendation of their principal that they be allowed to continue on to the next level of their educational program in the district

  4. Non-resident students residing within the boundary area

  5. Non-resident students residing outside the boundary area

All parents seeking to register their children at St. Edmund School are asked to read Information for Parents and Guardians Regarding the Permeation of the Catholic Faith