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Grande Prairie Public School Division
Every Student Succeeds

Online Registration

​Children can only be registered by a Parent or Legal Guardian (for more information on Legal Guardians, click here to view).

Resident Student Registration
Every child in Grande Prairie has a designated school based on their primary address and/or program.  

Non-Resident Student Registration
If the parent(s)/legal guardian(s) lives outside of the geographical boundary of the Grande Prairie Public School Division, (City of Grande Prairie) then their child/ren are not "resident students" of the division. Non-Resident students will be considered accepted only upon the approval of the Principal as per Administrative Procedure 306 – For Boundary Exemption, click here to view.

Registration Requirements

To complete the online student registration application you will need the following documents:


  • Proof of age and legal name such as a child’s birth certificate, passport or immigration documentation (for newcomers)
  • Your child’s Alberta Health Number
  • Proof of residence such as a utility bill, rental agreement, bill of sale, municipal or federal correspondence.
  • Copies of any court orders, or kinship agreements affecting student

Give us a call for help at 780-532-4491.



Transportation for 2019-2020 will be provided at no cost to students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 who live 1.7 km away or further from their boundary school.

Grades 4 to 12 students who live 2.4 km away or further (by the closest travelled public thoroughfare) from their boundary school qualify for no-cost transportation.

Bus pass applications are obtained from the school attended or online at Transportation.

2020-2021 Transportation:
Watch for more information to come.

For information, visit the Transportation page or contact: Connie Hartel, Transportation Coordinator at 780-539-7419.

School fees


No Basic Instructional fees are charged to parents except for programs of choice. Other fees may apply as per Board Policy 16.

Did you know!


Children who are read to at home on a daily basis are ready for reading much sooner than others.


Early childhood experiences play a major role in determining how a child’s brain will develop.


Brain connections form through touching, seeing, hearing, smelling and tasting? Play matters!