Register at PK

École Paul Kane High School students who are new to the school will receive their timetable and other pertinent information by mail early in August.  Students going into grades 11 and 12 have already picked up their timetables and made any necessary adjustments.  If you did not pick up your timetable in June, you will find your schedule in PowerSchool in mid-August.  School fees will be assigned in PowerSchool in mid-September.



New students who have not pre-registered are invited to register in our Student Services office.  Please call 780-459-4405 ext. 332 after August 28 to book an appointment with a member of our Student Services staff.



On Friday, August 31 all Grade 10 students and any Grade 11 and 12 students new to Paul Kane are invited to a "Welcome and Wander" session between 10:30 a.m. and 11:30.  Meet in the cafeteria at 10:30 a.m. for a brief welcome.  Then, from 10:45 to 11:15 a.m. you may wander around, find your classrooms and meet and chat with your teachers.  Come down to the Student Lounge to catch up with your friends at the Ice Cream Sundae Bar.



The first day of classes will be Tuesday, September 4. 

All students will start at 8:00 a.m.


Please join us at our "Meet the Staff Evening BBQ' on Thursday, September 13 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. with our School Council Meeting to follow.






Students New to the District

New Student Registration Form
(Kindergarten to Grade 12)

When registering for the first time at Paul Kane High School please also bring a copy of your birth certificate, and your marks from your previous school. Our Counsellors will evaluate the courses you have taken in other provinces or other countries and make sure you get credit for the equivalent courses in Alberta. 


Grade 10 Registration Package




If you are unsure about which courses to take in high school please take advantage of our Personalized Registration Service. Appointments can be made by calling our Student Services secretary at (780) 459-4405.

Please Note: Courses may change due to enrollment

GRADE 11 & 12

Grade 12 Registration Package

Students entering grades 11 and 12 should plan their course selections in a way that keeps post-secondary doors open while balancing interests, abilities and graduation requirements. Counsellors, administrators, and teachers will be available to assist students in making appropriate course selections. 

Please Note: Courses may change due to enrollment