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School District 46 Online Registration

Below you will find instructions on how to submit an application for registration at a Sunshine Coast school  dependent on your current use of MyEducation BC. 

BEFORE YOU START:
  • You MUST complete the process on a computer. There is currently no mobile option for online registration.
  • You must choose your catchment area school as the requested school. This does NOT replace our current cross boundary process. For more information on how to apply for a cross boundary transfer, click here. If you don’t know what your catchment area school is, please go to the school locator and search your resident address.
  •  If you believe you have a MyEducation BC Parent Portal account, but do not know your login information, please email parenthelp@sd46.bc.ca for assistance.
  • NOTE that the following schools are NOT using MyEducation BC Online Registration: Sunshine Coast Alternative School (SCAS), SPIDER & Continuing Education

Steps to Create a MyEducation BC account and register your child:

Step 1: Request & Create a Parent/Guardian account

    • At the MyEducation BC login page, click on “Request an account”
    • On the next screen, you will be asked for account type – you will only have the default option of “I am a parent/guardian registering my child online”. Click “Next Step”
    • Now you will enter YOUR information for your account in the fields provided.
    • Ensure that you choose Sunshine Coast as the School District. Click “Next Step”.
    • Next screen, you will need to enter your email, choose a password and set up security questions for your account. NOTE: Please make sure you enter a valid email address that you have access to.
    • Click “Create My Account” to complete account setup.
    • If you receive a message stating that there is an existing account using the email that you entered, please email parenthelp@sd46.bc.ca for assistance.
    • You will receive a confirmation email that you will use to verify your email and activate your account. Click the link in the verification email to activate.

Step 2: Log into your MyEducation BC account

    • Using the email address as your Login ID and the password you chose, login to MyEducation BC.

Step 3: Completing your Application for Registration


    • Once you are logged into your MyEducation BC account, you will see a widget on the main page called “Start a new Online Registration”.
    • Click the “Initiate….” button.
    • You will be brought to a screen with seven different tabs: Start, Student, School, Family/Contacts, Additional Information, Documents, Submit
    • Work your way through all the tabs ensuring that you enter all required information for your child. Any field with a red asterisk is required!
    • Once you have entered all the required information and uploaded any required documents, you can hit “Submit” to complete your application.
    • NOTE: At any time while entering your child’s information, you can press “Save & Close”. Your registration will be saved as is and will remain in the online registration widget with a status of “Not Submitted”. You will be able to go back to the registration at any time and add or change the information up until you hit “Submit”. Once you submit your registration, you will no longer be able edit any of the information entered.

PLEASE NOTE:  You will receive an email confirming that your application has been received. This does NOT mean that your child is registered. You will receive a follow-up email once the application has been reviewed and a decision has been made to accept or reject your application. To view the current status of your application, you can login to your MyEducation BC account. 

IMPORTANT: Required Documents – All uploaded documents will be deleted AFTER the registration has been accepted!

    1. Proof of Child’s Age – One (1) of the following must be provided for review
      • Birth Certificate
      • Passport
      • Health Services Card
    2. Proof of Residency – One (1) of the following must be provided for review
      • Utility Bill
      • Rental Agreement
      • Mortgage

NOTE: If you do not upload the required documents to your online registration, you will need to book an appointment with the requested school to provide the originals for review before your application can be processed.

If you have any issues, please email parenthelp@sd46.bc.ca.

Step 1: Log into your MyEducation BC account

  • Using your MyEducation BC Login ID and password, login to MyEducation BC.

Step 3: Completing your Application for Registration

  • Once you are logged into your MyEducation BC account, you will see a widget on the main page called “Start a new Online Registration”.
  • Click the “Initiate….” button.
  • You will be brought to a screen with seven different tabs: Start, Student, School, Family/Contacts, Additional Information, Documents, Submit
  • Work your way through all the tabs ensuring that you enter all required information for your child. NOTE: Any field with a red asterisk is required!
  • Once you have entered all the required information and uploaded any required documents, you can hit “Submit” to complete your application.
  • NOTE: At any time while entering your child’s information, you can press “Save & Close”. Your registration will be saved as is and will remain in the online registration widget with a status of “Not Submitted”. You will be able to go back to the registration at any time and add or change the information up until you hit “Submit”. Once you submit your registration, you will no longer be able edit any of the information entered.

PLEASE NOTE:  You will receive an email confirming that your application has been received. This does NOT mean that your child is registered. You will receive a follow-up email once the application has been reviewed and a decision has been made to accept or reject your application. To view the current status of your application, you can login to your MyEducation BC account. 

IMPORTANT: Required Documents – All uploaded documents will be deleted AFTER the registration has been accepted!

  1. Proof of Child’s Age – One (1) of the following must be provided for review
    • Birth Certificate
    • Passport
    • Health Services Card
  2. Proof of Residency – One (1) of the following must be provided for review
    • Utility Bill
    • Rental Agreement
    • Mortgage

NOTE: If you do not upload the required documents to your online registration, you will need to book an appointment with the requested school to provide the originals for review before your application can be processed.

If you have any issues, please email parenthelp@sd46.bc.ca.

District Personal Information Consent Form

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Schools and Districts are authorized to collect, use, and share student personal information that is directly related to and necessary for their educational functions. For other school or education-related purposes, parental/guardian or secondary school aged student consent is required.

The Board of Education of School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast) (SD46) is seeking your consent to collect, keep, use and share photographs, artwork, videos, images, and/or names of students in a variety of publications (yearbooks, newsletters, brochures, newspapers/media, community displays and reports) and on the school or SD46’s website(s) or social media for education related purposes, such as recognizing and encouraging student achievement, building the school community and informing others about school and district programs and activities.

This consent will be considered valid from the date it is signed and will remain valid for the duration of your child’s enrollment at the school. You may withdraw consent at any time by writing to your (child’s) school principal.

November 28, 2022

District Walking Field Trip Consent Form

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Dear Parent / Guardian:

Your child may be involved in a variety of activities, which involve students leaving the school grounds on foot. The Board of Education of School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast) (“SD46”) policy requires the school to have the consent of parents/guardians each time a student leaves the school grounds. Some examples of activities that involve a “walking field trip” in support of the curriculum could include:

  • Jogging in the neighbourhood on a Terry Fox Run or for PE on a designated route.
  • Walking to a nearby park.
  • Walking to a nearby beach.
  • Walks to gather leaves, pine cones and other materials for art projects.
  • Pitch-in or annual neighbourhood litter clean-up.
  • Walking to a nearby creek to observe salmon spawning and to study stream ecology.
  • Outings to look for signs of spring or other seasonal changes.
  • Walks to study environmental print and shapes in the neighbourhood – e.g. street signs.
  • Nature walks along local trails for exploration in support of science topics.
  • Other local sites of interest in the proximity of the school.
  • There will be sufficient adult supervision for every walking field trip. For all of these activities, proper footwear and clothing are needed and following the instructions of the adult supervisor(s) would be expected behaviour. We will make every reasonable effort to give parents/guardians advance notice for walking field trips. The school’s Code of Conduct applies on all field trips. Please discuss behavioural expectations with your child, as it is important that students hear the same message both at home and at school.

    Rather than send home a permission form for each local walking trip, we are asking for your standing consent for your child to participate on these trips. In accordance with regulation #1130, the principal will establish a “walking permission form” perimeter that this consent form will cover. Field trips outside of this perimeter will require additional communication and consent.This consent will be considered valid from the date it is signed and will remain valid for the duration of your child’s enrollment at the school. You may withdraw consent at any time by writing to your child’s school principal.

    By allowing your child to participate in walking field trips similar to those described above, you are accepting the risk of any accident, if one should occur. Your signature on the following page indicates that you support your child in participating in day trips.

November 28, 2022

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