Welcome to all of our students, parents and guardians. Please read the information below for some important news and updates!

2014-15 Course Registration

On-line course registration has begun in preparation for the 2014-15 school year. Our first priority will be to support the on-line registration of students at the grade nine level who are transitioning from grade 9 to 10. This will be followed shortly after by on-line registration of our current grade 10 and 11 students.

Information regarding on-line course registration through Home Logic can be found on lbhs.ca through For Parents/Parent tools/Home Logic.

Information for Lord Beaverbrook High School transition work with designated feeder schools can be found on the lbhs.ca site under the “For Parents/Transition to High School” tab or “For Students/Transition to High School” tab.

Participation in the Graduation Ceremony-School Community Dialogue and Discussion 2014

Changes to the school policy for Participation in the Graduation Ceremony were made prior to the start of the 2013-14 school year. A document has been created to build understanding regarding this change in policy (Participation in the Graduation Ceremony-School Community Dialogue and Discussion 2014).

School staff, parents, guardians have been offered the opportunity to engage in dialogue regarding the policy change, to build understanding and to help inform the policy. The same opportunity will be provided to students within the next three weeks.

Students Building School Pride

In my short time as Principal at Lord Beaverbrook, I have come to learn and appreciate how much our students care and admire their desire to make our school and our community a better place to be. Students Building School Pride is a Prezi (presentation tool) that shows how our students are building school pride through voice, leadership, community influence, and staying connected. If you are a current student and want to get involved in an activity, club or initiative, have a look at what opportunities exist, and make it happen! If you are a prospective student and want to see what you could become involved in at LBHS, click on the link below:


Student achievement

Congratulations to the LBHS Improv Team on their recent accomplishment, winning a Gold Medal at the Canadian Improv Games-Alberta. Our students and team are very talented and dynamic! Break a leg at Nationals in April.

To all of our students, remember – do your best!

Go Lords!

Jim Simpson, Principal