Annual reports are provided province-wide for Diploma Examination Results for the entire school year; that is, for the November, January, April, June and August examinations combined. Additionally, these reports provide summaries of multiyear results as well as results by gender and for subgroups.
This section contains the Achievement Testing Results. Alberta Education and school authority personnel are responsible for ensuring that high-quality education is provided to all students in the province. Information about achievement is provided to schools and school authorities, parents, and the public, so that they may know how well students in their schools are meeting local targets and provincial expectations.
School and School Authority Results
This section contains a searchable database where you can get the multiyear reports for schools and jurisdictions that have had students write diploma examinations or achievement tests. You can search by school or school authority and by subject name.
Data Files (Microsoft Excel Format)
This section contains summary Excel files which contain results for diploma and achievement exams for all schools and authorities.
- Diploma Exam Results (Authority) (2,439 kb)
- Diploma Exam Results (School) (9,760 kb)
- Diploma Exam Participation (Authority) (892 kb)
- Diploma Exam Participation (School) (3,946 kb)
This Diploma Examinations section contains information for students, teachers and administrators concerning Diploma Examinations for Grade 12 students. It includes the General Information Bulletin, subject bulletins and various documents for each subject area.
Alberta Education tests all children in the core subjects in Grade 3, 6, and 9 to ensure our education system maintains a high standard. This section contains: the General Information Bulletin, subject bulletins, writing samples and various documents for each subject area.
National and International Testing
A national or an international assessment provides a common measure of students’ achievement for all the participating provinces or countries. Results of these assessments help to confirm our provincial curriculum standards, which are reflected in the provincial achievement tests and diploma examinations. This section includes Alberta’s results on the School Achievement Indicators Program (SAIP) assessments, which are sponsored by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC). Also included are the results of the Trends in Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) and the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
High School Equivalency Diploma Information Bulletin (GED)
Many Albertans who did not complete a formal high school education may have achieved, through years of experience, an educational maturity equivalent to a minimum requirement for a high school diploma. Alberta Education provides an opportunity for such persons to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma in one of two ways: by accumulating the necessary credits or by writing the GED Tests.
Student Transcripts and Registration Information
The Student Information System is a critical system Alberta Education uses for data exchange activities and information for student registration and course information. Need a copy of your transcript, statement of courses or marks forms, check this section out for on line forms.