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AOB Promo Video 2018
AOB Promo Video 2018

Registration Info for September 2018

Welcome letter 2018.19- Students.pdf

Steps to Register orange 2018.pdf

AOB School Fees 2018-2019.pdf

Powerschool on-line Payments instructions GC (1).pdf

Parent_Login_Instructions.pdf

Lifetouch Picture Day at AOB

Church FT form 2018-2019.pdf

Fall Camp Letter.pdf

AOB Spring Break Trip.pdf

Please Note: There is no formal school supply list. Students should have a binder with paper, pens and pencils. Your teacher will let you know if any other supplies are needed.

Students will need a graphing calculator for Math 10 C, Math 20-1, Math 20-2, Math 30-1, Math 30-2, and Math 31. A scientific calculator is required for Math 10-3, 20-3, and 30-3.

Austin O'Brien recommends any version of a TI 83 or TI 84 graphing calculator as these are modelled in the classroom regularly. There are many other models allowed by Alberta Education that are not modelled in AOB classrooms. If there are any questions, students or guardians can contact their teachers. A graphing calculator is not required on the first day of school, but will be required soon after.

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How to register at Austin O'Brien High School

Dear prospective students:

If you were unable to attend the two March registration days for Austin O’Brien’s 2018-2019 year, please call the office (780-466-3161) to request an appointment to meet with a grade coordinator.

You are required to bring in all documents to the office but an appointment will be required for course selections.  The parent and student must be in attendance for the course selection appointment.

The documents required for a student to be considered for AOB are:

1.            Registration Form or a Verification form from your school

2.            Grades (report card, up to date Powerschool or School Zone print out etc.)

3.            Proof of Address (student residence)

4.            Birth Certificate (regardless of country)

5.            Citizenship papers (PR card or forms, study permit, work permit) if applicable

6.            Responsibility user agreement (To be filled out in the AOB office)

7.            Baptismal Certificate (Optional)

The office staff can not guarantee your child’s enrollment but please know that you will be contacted by phone or by mail by April 27th to confirm your child’s enrollment at AOB for September.

Please contact the office if you have any additional questions: 780-466-3161

2018-2019 NEW Grade 10 shopping List.pdf

2018-2019 NEW Grade 11 shopping List.pdf

2018-2019 NEW Grade 12 shopping List.pdf

2018-2019 Student Registration Form.pdf

Bell Schedule Blank for students.pdf

AOB Map of catchment area with languages.pdf

Transportation Application Form 2018.pdf

Powerschool on-line Payments GC.pdf

Austin O'Brien School Fees 2018-2019

Students from feeder Junior High Schools must identify their intentions to attend Austin O'Brien at their present school. Students will be registered in the following order of priority:

    A. Resident students residing in the attendance area.

    B. Resident students residing outside the attendance area.

    C. Non-Catholic students in the attendance area currently enrolled in Edmonton Catholic

    D. Non-resident students residing within the attendance area.

    E. Non-resident students residing outside the attendance area.

      

 ETS Trip Planner for Schools

Sept 2018 Bus Tranportation 

   ETS Real Time Information 2018.pdf

ETS self Serv unfo Options 2018.pdf


Are you a resident of Edmonton Catholic Schools?

A resident student is a Catholic or has at least one parent who is a Catholic, or under the authority of the Child Welfare Act, has been placed in a foster home where the foster parent is a resident of Edmonton Catholic Schools. Also, a resident must reside within the corporate limits of the City of Edmonton, be six years of age or older on or before March 1 or 19 years of age or younger as of September 1 of the current school year. In the case of a kindergarten student, is 5 years of age or older on or before March 1 of the current school year.

Students who do not meet the above conditions are considered non-resident students
and may enroll at Edmonton Catholic Schools given the adequate availability of resources as determined by the principal and school district.

 

How To Register


AOB Promo Video 2018
AOB Promo Video 2018

Registration Info for September 2018

Welcome letter 2018.19- Students.pdf

Steps to Register orange 2018.pdf

AOB School Fees 2018-2019.pdf

Powerschool on-line Payments instructions GC (1).pdf

Parent_Login_Instructions.pdf

Lifetouch Picture Day at AOB

Church FT form 2018-2019.pdf

Fall Camp Letter.pdf

AOB Spring Break Trip.pdf

Please Note: There is no formal school supply list. Students should have a binder with paper, pens and pencils. Your teacher will let you know if any other supplies are needed.

Students will need a graphing calculator for Math 10 C, Math 20-1, Math 20-2, Math 30-1, Math 30-2, and Math 31. A scientific calculator is required for Math 10-3, 20-3, and 30-3.

Austin O'Brien recommends any version of a TI 83 or TI 84 graphing calculator as these are modelled in the classroom regularly. There are many other models allowed by Alberta Education that are not modelled in AOB classrooms. If there are any questions, students or guardians can contact their teachers. A graphing calculator is not required on the first day of school, but will be required soon after.

_________________________________________________________________________

How to register at Austin O'Brien High School

Dear prospective students:

If you were unable to attend the two March registration days for Austin O’Brien’s 2018-2019 year, please call the office (780-466-3161) to request an appointment to meet with a grade coordinator.

You are required to bring in all documents to the office but an appointment will be required for course selections.  The parent and student must be in attendance for the course selection appointment.

The documents required for a student to be considered for AOB are:

1.            Registration Form or a Verification form from your school

2.            Grades (report card, up to date Powerschool or School Zone print out etc.)

3.            Proof of Address (student residence)

4.            Birth Certificate (regardless of country)

5.            Citizenship papers (PR card or forms, study permit, work permit) if applicable

6.            Responsibility user agreement (To be filled out in the AOB office)

7.            Baptismal Certificate (Optional)

The office staff can not guarantee your child’s enrollment but please know that you will be contacted by phone or by mail by April 27th to confirm your child’s enrollment at AOB for September.

Please contact the office if you have any additional questions: 780-466-3161

2018-2019 NEW Grade 10 shopping List.pdf

2018-2019 NEW Grade 11 shopping List.pdf

2018-2019 NEW Grade 12 shopping List.pdf

2018-2019 Student Registration Form.pdf

Bell Schedule Blank for students.pdf

AOB Map of catchment area with languages.pdf

Transportation Application Form 2018.pdf

Powerschool on-line Payments GC.pdf

Austin O'Brien School Fees 2018-2019

Students from feeder Junior High Schools must identify their intentions to attend Austin O'Brien at their present school. Students will be registered in the following order of priority:

    A. Resident students residing in the attendance area.

    B. Resident students residing outside the attendance area.

    C. Non-Catholic students in the attendance area currently enrolled in Edmonton Catholic

    D. Non-resident students residing within the attendance area.

    E. Non-resident students residing outside the attendance area.

      

 ETS Trip Planner for Schools

Sept 2018 Bus Tranportation 

   ETS Real Time Information 2018.pdf

ETS self Serv unfo Options 2018.pdf


Are you a resident of Edmonton Catholic Schools?

A resident student is a Catholic or has at least one parent who is a Catholic, or under the authority of the Child Welfare Act, has been placed in a foster home where the foster parent is a resident of Edmonton Catholic Schools. Also, a resident must reside within the corporate limits of the City of Edmonton, be six years of age or older on or before March 1 or 19 years of age or younger as of September 1 of the current school year. In the case of a kindergarten student, is 5 years of age or older on or before March 1 of the current school year.

Students who do not meet the above conditions are considered non-resident students
and may enroll at Edmonton Catholic Schools given the adequate availability of resources as determined by the principal and school district.

 

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2018-2019 Student Registration Form
Yellow Bus information and Application Forms
Powerschool

Discover the difference at Edmonton Catholic Schools

At Edmonton Catholic Schools, we believe that children are gifts from God. In turn, Christ's teachings inspire our staff to see each child as a sacred responsibility. Our district-wide achievement and diploma examination results testify to the success of our unique partnership of parents, school and parish. Moreover, the lives our students lead in school and beyond are the proudest indications of our success.

Do you attend Edmonton Catholic Schools?

If so, we hope that you will explore the programs that are available to you. If not, we invite you to discover why students at Edmonton Catholic Schools are Embraced by Faith and Inspired!

2018-2019 Student Registration Form
Kindergarten Calculator
Open House Information

Registration Guidelines and Procedures

Edmonton Catholic Schools provides a Catholic education to resident students of the district, according to their educational requirements. Non-Catholics and other non-resident students may enroll at Edmonton Catholic Schools given the adequate availability of resources such as space and suitability of program. Contact individual schools for additional registration information.

Are you a resident of Edmonton Catholic Schools?

A resident student is a Catholic or has at least one parent who is a Catholic, or under the authority of the Child Welfare Act, has been placed in a foster home where the foster parent is a resident of Edmonton Catholic Schools. Also, a resident must reside within the corporate limits of the City of Edmonton, be six years of age or older on or before March 1 or 19 years of age or younger as of September 1 of the current school year. In the case of a kindergarten student, is 5 years of age or older on or before March 1 of the current school year.

Students who do not meet the above conditions are considered non-resident students and may enroll at Edmonton Catholic Schools given the adequate availability of resources as determined by the principal and school district.

Student Registration Form General Information


Amharic

Croatian

Russian

Malayalam

Spanish

Tagalog

Ukrainian
 

Italian

Urdu

Arabic
 

Vietnamese

Tigrinya

Polish
 

In order to register your child in school, parents are required to complete the Student Registration Form. The form is available at your child’s school or it can be found on the District website, completed online, printed, and signed by the parent. Please bring a copy of the completed form, proof of your current address, proof of your child’s name, date of birth, and citizenship to the school where you are registering your child.

If you are the parent of an international student or are new to Canada please contact One World…One Centre or visit their website for information:

One World…One Centre
12050-95A Street 
780-944-2001

Any questions about the Student Registration form?

Please phone or visit your local school or contact Edmonton Catholic Schools at 780-441-6000 or info@ecsd.net.

Collection and Use of Personal Information

The personal information collected on the Student Registration Form and any other personal information collected and maintained as part of a student’s record, will be used for registration purposes and to provide educational services to your child. Certain personal information will also be disclosed to Alberta Education to meet reporting requirements, and by agreement. This information is collected under the authority of the Alberta School Act, which mandates the programs and services offered by Edmonton Catholic Schools, and Section 33(c) of Alberta's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The information will be protected by the provision of Alberta's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information, contact the Principal of your child’s school.

On page 4 of the Student Registration Form, parents/guardians are referred to the following documents. Please read these documents and indicate your agreement or consent in the appropriate place:

Student Responsible Use Agreement

This document describes the responsibilities your child has related to the use of Edmonton Catholic ​Schools’ information resources such as computers, internet and email.  Click here

Using and Disclosing Personal Information

This document describes how and when school district staff may collect and use your child’s personal information.

District Public Website Guidelines

This document describes when and what personal information can be posted to a District website

On page 4 of the Student Registration Form there is a section called Media Participation Consent. Please read and check all the sections you agree to.