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Charles Spencer High School
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2021-2022 New Student, French Immersion, The Academy Registrations begins March 2, at 8:30 a.m.

​Welcome to Grande Prairie Public School Division!  As of Feb. 23, parents can start their account creation and form pre-population. Please note, complete forms can only be submitted as of March 2, at 8:30 a.m. ​Click Registration to learn more!

The links below to take you the Online Registration for your children. If you are a New Family to GPPSD follow the link directly below (dark blue), if you are a Current Family of GPPSD follow the link further down (lighter blue). If you need assistance please call the school, we will be able to help you. Current students of GPPSD do not need to re-register. 

New Parents with new students to GPPSD are required to create a  SchoolEngage account and complete the online registration. New Students registering for French Immersion must have previous French Immersion experience and indicate their Overall Program Choice as French Immersion. New Students registering that are interested in Academy Programming, indicate interest within your online registration form, then complete the Academy Application which will be assigned to the student once the New Student Registration form has been submitted.

Help links for new parents:

Current Parents with current students in GPPSD - to register a new member of your family go to the PowerSchool Parent Portal, login and access SchoolEngage on the left-hand menu.

Sign in to PowerSchool
Help links for current parents with GPPSD:


School Fees

NOTE:  No Basic Instruction fees will be charged to parents for the 2019-2020 School Year.

Some schools may charge fees for some optional courses, field trips, or other goods and services. Please refer to Board Policy 16 which outlines all fees that schools may charge. For additional Information, please contact the school directly.

We do not have a standardized supply list for students. Teachers will identify the required materials for each course as students come to class on the first day.