St. Anne Online High School

If you are not a current Calgary Catholic student and are interested in taking grade 10 to 12 self-directed, online, distance-learning course(s), St. Anne Online High School is the place to do it. Students may register for a variety of 10, 20, and 30-level courses. St. Anne Online High School is offered through the Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD). For many years St. Anne has offered online courses to our own students. Now we want to share our courses with other students throughout the province of Alberta.

Currently, St. Anne Online High School is accepting registrations for non-CCSD (secondary registered students). These are students who are registered with another school district in Alberta who want to add courses to their regular school schedule. 

Note: Current Calgary Catholic students will work through their own high school to access these courses and should not register via St. Anne.

Step 1: Click Here to Fill Out All Pre-Registration Forms

Step 2: Click Here to Register

*If you did not complete Step 1, your registration will not be processed. Kindly complete both steps in order to be eligible for registration.

Registration Criteria

  • Must not be registered at a Calgary Catholic school
  • Must be born after September 1, 2001
  • Must be a Canadian citizen, Canadian resident, a child of a Canadian Citizen or of an individual who is lawfully admitted to Canada as a temporary or permanent resident. Documentation required:
    • Canadian or Alberta Birth Certificate
    • Canadian Passport
    • Canadian Citizenship Certificate/Card
    • Certificate of Indian Status/Treaty Card
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Confirmation of Permanent Residence Document
    • Refugee Protection Claimant Document (RPCD)
    • Proof of Application for Permanent or Temporary Residence
    • Record of Landing/Landed Immigrant paper
  • Must be a resident of Alberta. Proof of residency required:
    • Alberta Driver’s License
    • Alberta Identification Card
    • Piece of mail indicating home address
  • Must be currently registered in a public high school in Alberta

Note: Students may register with St. Anne Online School throughout the year.

Non-Resident Student Registration Form.   We require you to fill in and sign this document (Parent signature is required for students under 18 years old) and return it via scan or Jpeg to email stannecourseassist@cssd.ab.ca

How to sign & return your Non Resident Registration Form

There are two ways we can accept your signed form:

  1. Use an app to sign the form.

Digitally add your signature.

Create your signature just the way you like it using your finger or stylus. Then, apply it to the form or add your initials wherever needed.

  1. Print off your Non Resident Registration Form.
  2. EITHER sign the Form, scan, or take a high-quality photo of the signed Form, then email back to us.

 

To support your Non Resident Student Registration Form, we also require Canadian Documentation returned, scan or Jpeg to email stannecourseassist@cssd.ab.ca

The following are acceptable Canadian Documentation:

  1. Canadian or Alberta Birth Certification
  2. Canadian Passport
  3. Canadian Citizenship Certification/Card
  4. Certificate of Indian Status/Treaty Card
  5. Permanent Resident Card
  6. Confirmation of Permanent Residence Document
  7. Alberta Driver's License
  8. Alberta Identification Card

Reminder: Additional Paperwork is required. If you did not complete it, below is the form link to Step 1, which is needed to complete your registration documentation.

We will complete the registration and add the course/s when this paperwork has been submitted.

Class Structures

Self-directed courses will be offered in an online, distance-learning format.  Students will complete lessons and assignments on their schedule with the direction and support of a teacher. While this is a self-directed model, there are still expectations for completing course work in a timely manner.

Self-directed, online, distance-learning is a wonderful and effective option for many students while allowing the flexibility to complete courses. Please remember that distance learning is vastly different from a traditional classroom, and requires different motivation and effort, along with technological resources. 

Class Offerings

  • 5-credit courses
    • English Language Arts 10-1, 10-2, 20-1, 20-2, 30-1, 30-2
    • Social Studies 10-1, 10-2, 20-1, 20-2, 30-1, 30-2
    • Math 10C, 20-1, 20-2, 30-1, 30-2
    • Aboriginal Studies 30
    • Biology 20, 30
    • Science 10, 20, 30
    • Chemistry 20, 30
    • Physics 20, 30
  • 3 and 1 credit courses
    • CALM 20
    • Communication Technology 10
    • Forensics 25, 35
    • Religious Studies 15, 25, 35
    • General Sociology 20
    • Physical Education 10
    • Early Learning & Child Care 30
    • Work Experience 15, 25, 25 (HCS300 must be completed before registration)
    • Legal Studies 20
    • Legal Studies 30
    • Personal Psychology 20
    • HCS3000 (1 credit)
    • HCS3010 (1 credit)
    • Design Studies 10
    • Foods 10, 20, 30
    • Recreation Leadership 10, 20, 30

Diverse Learning & Counsellor Support

Online, diverse learning and counselling support structures will be put in place virtually so that students can access extra academic assistance and counselling to be successful. Students will be able to access them through our Online Support Website. Accommodations will be provided based on available resources where reasonable in a self-directed, online environment.
 

The purpose of the Online Support Website is to provide resource information, how to connect with resources, contact information, and includes multiple ways to communicate with Diverse Learning Teachers monitoring the site. The chat function allows for students to chat with a Diverse Learning Teacher in real time (during specified hours) to get required help, whether help be academic or personal. The site works to quickly support students while also connecting them with additional resources.
 

Diploma Exams

Students are responsible for registering themselves for Diploma Exams through Alberta Education myPass. Students must first check with their primary-registered school if they can accommodate them to write the diploma exam. If students live within Calgary and surrounding areas (Airdrie, Cochrane, Okotoks, Chestermere) students will be asked to come into our NE campus (Bay 1, 3360 - 14 Avenue NE) to write the exam.

If students are writing a diploma for the second time, they will need to pay a fee through myPass to do so.

Refunds

A textbook caution fee is refunded when all textbooks are returned.  Refunds will be issued to the original online method of payment.  A full refund is applicable if CCSD cancels the course.

Please refer to the St. Anne Online High School Student and Family Guide for further information.