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Welcome to your information section. If you want to know about programs, careers, diploma and university, or college entrance requirements, this is your starting point. Here you will find links to Student Services, CBe-learn, D2L, student mail, etc.
2013-2014 Student Agenda
Click here to view the 2013-2014 Student Agenda
Crescent Heights course selection for the 2013-2014 school year will be done online through the Career Cruising Course Planner ii
Counsellors will be visiting students in class between February 25 and March 13 to discuss the process, and to answer questions about registration.
Please review the video before beginning your registration.
Click here to download the above video
Here are some important registration notes for Career Cruising that may not have been emphasized in the video
To register/log in for the first time enter your CBE # for the Username after the prefix CBE-, and your birthday for password.
Username- CBE- 09534234
Password- 06241997(June 24, 1997)
After the initial log in you will be required to change your password.
Version 1 or 2
Career Cruising recently updated its interface, you will have the option to use version 1.0 or 2.0. Both are the same in function for selecting courses, but have a few subtle differences you will need to pay attention to.
Version 1.0- This is the version the example video was created in.
To complete your course selection follow these steps:
- Log in
- Portfolio Login
- Course Planner
- Select your courses
- Log in
- Choose My Courses
- Select your courses
ONCE YOU HAVE LOCKED IN YOUR COURSE SELECTION YOU CANNOT CHANGE IT!
The Alex Health Bus will be at Crescent Heights High School on Tuesdays from 9:00-12:00. The bus is free of charge and is designed to help students who do not have a family doctor, who have difficulty accessing one or may have other barriers to accessing health services. For more information or to sign up please see Jackie Guy (School Family Liaison) in the Guidance Department.
Final examinations are a critical component of the assessment of student learning. A significant portion of a student’s final mark is determined by their performance on final exams. Students and their parents need to understand the following expectations about final examinations:
- Students are expected to write their final exams when they are scheduled. The exam schedule is posted by the mid-way point of each semester.
- Regulations for the administration of diploma exams and provincial achievement tests are set out by Alberta Education. Issues arising about diploma exams will be referred to Alberta Education.
- Expectations for non-diploma exams are clearly communicated to students and their parents through PRIDE, the school website, and school newsletter.
- Students who miss a non –diploma exam will be assigned a mark of zero unless extenuating circumstances exist.
- Re-scheduling exams and other accommodations will ONLY be considered if an emergency or extenuating circumstance exists.
- These cases will be reviewed by the administrator responsible for examinations.
- Parents are advised against planning family vacations and trips during the administration of exams in January and June.
click here to view final exam expecations for students
Academic Word List Exercises
Students, you can use the Quicklink in the sidebar to check your knowledge and correct usage of common words found on exams.
Students Turning Age 18 (Independent Students)
The following link provides information on how the school act defines an independent student and all the rights entitled to them.