Senior High Part-Time and Adult Upgrading registrations are open.
Please note: VVS is unable to register students in a course for which they are, or were, already registered in this current semester with a different school. We also cannot accept registrations for students in grades 1-9.
Full-Time registrations are closed for the 2019/20 school year. Full-time registrations for the 2020/21 school year will open on May 1, 2020.
Thank you for choosing Vista Virtual School!
Please have the following ready before you start your registration application:
Proof of Citizenship: You will be required to upload your citizenship documentation into the application. Vista Virtual School will accept one of the following:
- Canadian or Alberta Birth Certificate
- Canadian Passport or Nexus Card (issued in Canada)
- Canadian Citizenship Certificate/Card
- Certificate of Indian Status Card
- Permanent Resident Card (both sides)
- Confirmation of Permanent Residence Document
- Record of Landing/Landed Immigrant paper
- Refugee Protection Claimant Document (RPCD)
- Proof of Application for Permanent or Temporary Residence
- For students under age 18: documentation indicating that you are the child of a Canadian Citizen or an individual lawfully admitted to Canada for permanent or temporary residency, as well as a copy of your parent’s citizenship documentation
- Note: An Alberta driver’s license or Alberta Health Card do not indicate proof of citizenship, but they can be used for proof of residency as needed.
Prerequisite Completion: To expedite the registration process, please upload a copy of your transcript or final report card.
- Note: Students entering grade 10 may register for senior high courses after July 2 of the school year once they have received their final grade 9 report card.
Special Needs Information (as required): VVS requires documentation in order to provide any special exam accommodations that you may require, excluding extra time. Please upload an Individualized Program Plan, psychological/psycho-educational assessments, and/or medical assessments/documentation.
Alberta Student Number (ASN): All Alberta students have a 9-digit Alberta Education number assigned to them. If you do not know your ASN, you can look it up.
- Note: Your ASN is likely different from the School ID provided by your local school.
- If you do not have an ASN, we can create you one at the time of enrollment.
For more information, please visit our Common Questions page.