In Alberta, we are blessed to have publically funded Catholic education.
As a result, no tuition is charged for our provincially resident students.
School Locator Package
There are 14 schools within the Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division No.4 in six communities: Coaldale, Lethbridge, Picture Butte, Pincher Creek, Bow Island and Taber. If you would like to know what school your child should be attending, the links below will provide you with the school boundaries.
Holy Spirit Catholic School Division Boundary Maps
Student Registration Fillable Form 2019-2020
Please download and save the Fillable Form to your desktop to complete.
Student Registration Printable Form 2019-2020
School Starting Age
To start Grade 1 a child must be six years of age on or before December 31st of the current school year. To start Kindergarten a child must be 5 years of age on or before December 31st of the current school year.
Early Learning (Formerly known as "Pre-Kindergarten")
Early Learning is designed to meet the needs of children aged 3 and 4 years old.
Early Learning programs will be offered in some schools. Children will have access to the school library, gymnasium, playground facilities and all other resources in these schools. Children will engage in play-based and hands-on, experiential learning activities designed to meet individual needs. Opportunities to develop independence and skills in making decisions, cooperating with others and problem solving will be integrated into all aspects of the program.
Children with special needs will be full participants in the program, playing and learning along with typically developing children. Community services will be accessed to design individual programs and qualified teaching assistants will support the children in their learning.
Meaningful parental involvement will be encouraged through direct participation in the program.
For more information, please contact your local school.
Here's How to Register
Visit or contact your neighborhood Catholic school during their hours of operation on school days. Although registration is ongoing up to the first day of school, pre-registration helps the school plan more effectively for the upcoming school year.
To register your child, you will need to bring his/her birth certificate.
Parents are reminded to contact their local Community Health Office to arrange for their children’s pre-school immunization boosters.