Pre-Enrollment for EPSB Students
EPSB students transitioning from grade 9 to grade 10 will register and select classes through their junior high schools. This coordination happens in the spring between McNally and the junior high school with an April 15th, 2013 deadline. Please contact your child's junior high school for more information.
Students in grade 11 & 12 wishing to change schools should also do so by submitting the EPSB passport document to McNally prior to the April 15th deadline.
After April 15th, if *optimal enrollment has been reached, only students living within the McNally attendance area will be assured a spot at McNally. If McNally exceeds its optimal enrollment number then the students from outside the attendance area would enter into the **randomized selection process.
For further information call the school 780-469-0442 or alternatively please visit the EPSB website by clicking here.
Out of District Registrations
Parents of students currently not attending an EPSB school are invited to register for the 2013-14 school year and can contact McNally in April to make an appointment to register in person with their child.
•copy of your child’s most recent report card and or school marks,
•their birth certificate and
•Alberta Health Care number
To access the registration form please click here
Students who wish to register for summer school at McNally may register online at Metro Continuing Education.
Students should keep the receipt of registration if intending to use the summer school course as a prerequisite for a course selection for the next school year.
*Optimal enrolment limit – A pre-determined maximum student enrolment number set jointly by the school and the Planning Department to ensure excellent teaching and learning conditions exist for all students in the school.
**Random selection process – This process is implemented when the registration demand from outside the designated attendance area of a school exceeds the available number of learning spaces. The process provides students from outside the designated attendance area of a school with a fair and equal chance of admission.