Highlands School welcomes the public to an Open House on Thursday, February 15 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. Come join us to see all the wonderful art and activities that go on at the school. We will have staff and students on hand to answer any questions about the programs at our school and how to register for 2018-19.
Edmonton Public Schools is a district of choice. In the spring of each year, students and families have the opportunity to choose their school for the following year.
Pre-enrol on SchoolZone
Between March 12 and April 16, 2018, parents of students currently attending District schools can select their child’s preferred school for 2018-2019 by signing in to their parent SchoolZone account. You can even use the mobile version of SchoolZone to complete the process directly from your smartphone! There are no other requirement to pre-enrol for 2018-19.
Questions? Talk to the principal at your child’s current school.
Have you moved? Update your child’s current address with the school office before pre-enrolling in SchoolZone. To update your address you will need proof of your new address.
New to the District? Contact your preferred school to learn how to register as a new Edmonton Public Schools student before April 16, 2018.
New to the District?
Contact your preferred school to learn how to register as a new student before April 16, 2018. Please watch your email for SchoolZone alerts regarding enrollment for 2018- 2019.
Each school has a designated attendance area. Students who live in this area, or who move into the area after the pre-enrolment phase will be entitled to register at that school, providing adequate programming is available.
The designated school will always be the first point of entry. This means that a student who wishes to register in a grade 7, 8 or 9 programs and who lives within the Highlands School attendance area should contact our school first. The Highlands School attendance area is bordered on the north by the Yellowhead Trail, the east by 48 Street, the south by the North Saskatchewan River, and the west by the LRT tracks.
For late and mid year registrations, we will arrange for an intake interview. The parent / guardian will need to come in with the student to talk with us. Proof of residence of the child, birth certificate and latest progress report are required so that we can make the most appropriate placement. The interview generally takes 30 – 45 minutes, and includes a tour of the school, and meeting some of the staff. For students registering after the first day of school, they will generally start classes the following day.
After filling out the registration form please fill out the FOIP Declaration form. Please print, sign and bring with your registration form.