The Government of Alberta's School Fees Regulation sets out the requirements and limitations related to the fees that a school board may charge parents of students.
School fees for the 2022-23 school year are due when assigned. For school fee inquiries, please contact your child’s school directly.
Learn More About School Fees
How to Pay School Fees
If you have outstanding school fees, you may do the following:
Create a Parent Account
To create a new account, go to cbe.ab.ca/mycbe.
Parent/Guardians will need to use the email on file at their child’s school, as well as their child’s CBE Student ID number and birth date.
The MyCBE sign-in page contains instructions on requesting an access key for students. The access key(s) will be sent by email. Families can use it to create an account, and add their children to their account.
You can also sign up for services like transportation or lunch supervision, pay fees and view or print receipts and statements for all of your children in one, central location. The system is mobile-friendly and works with your smartphone or tablet.
Find technical help here.
Pay at your
child’s school using debit/credit card
If you need to make a payment at your school, please call ahead to make arrangements.
Find My School Fees
Fees are unique for each student, and are used to cover the cost of their specific activities, field trips, items or services. You can find the list of approved fees for your school on the
Find My School Fees page.
Student Supplies Fee
For the 2022-23 school year, a student supplies fee will apply to all students in Kindergarten through Grade 6. The fee supports in offsetting the cost to purchase supplies like pens, pencils, and erasers so that students have the tools to learn from their first day in class.
Student supplies fees will be assigned after September 2022.
Student Supplies Fee
|Half Day Kindergarten
|Full Day Kindergarten and Grades 1-6
Learn more on the CBE Busing & Transportation pages. For questions about your bus registration contact
Yellow Bus Transportation
|Kindergarten (one-way transportation)
Lunch Supervision Registration
Lunch supervision registration continues throughout the year and payments can only be accepted once students are registered.
Lunch supervision registration and fees for 2022-23 will be available after September 2022.
Alternating Full Day Kindergarten
| Kindergarten (alternating days)
Full Day Kindergarten and Grades 1-6
| 4-day program
Find the number of program days in the list of schools with lunch supervision programs.
No child is ever denied access to an education in the CBE because of an inability to pay. The CBE has a waiver process for families who can’t afford to pay the fees. Visit our
Waivers& page for more information and the documents required as proof of income or extraordinary circumstance.
Any family needing a waiver is encouraged to apply to the City of Calgary Fair Entry Program to prove income for a CBE waiver, as well as access other benefits of the program. This is optional for families and the CBE will continue to accept other approved documents as proof of income.
Note | Waiver applications are available through your MyCBE account.
Students Assigned to Calgary Transit
For students using Calgary Transit, families will need to purchase monthly bus passes available at many convenience and grocery stores.
All families can apply for the City of Calgary's Fair Entry Program for the low income Calgary Transit pass. This program offers a streamlined application process for City subsidy programs, including reduced rates for transit passes. You can find more information about the program atwww.calgary.ca/fairentry.