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Treaty Land Acknowledgement

As members of the Dr. Anne Anderson community, we deeply respect the enduring legacy of Dr. Anne Anderson, a luminary figure whose life was devoted to safeguarding Indigenous cultural heritage and languages within the intricate fabric of Canadian history. Inspired by her example, we endeavour to follow her lead in advocating for the rights and well-being of all Indigenous people, and for the preservation of their cultures and traditions. We believe that by honouring her legacy, we can create a legacy of our own that is reflective of her values and ideals.

We acknowledge that we are on the Treaty Six territory, a land that numerous Indigenous people have called home for generations. We acknowledge the rich history, cultural heritage, and valuable contributions of the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux nations that have marked these lands for centuries. We are grateful and honoured to have the opportunity to live, learn, and work on this territory, and we pay our respects to all Indigenous people past, present, and emerging.

Ultimately, as members of this community, we hope to foster an environment of respect, empathy, and learning to allow Indigenous voices to be heard within the Dr. Anne Anderson community. We are dedicated to recognizing the past, understanding the present, and working collaboratively towards a better future for all.

Ratish Rajagopal (Dr. Anne Anderson High School Student)

Open House 2024

We welcome all prospective students and families to join us for the Dr. Anne Anderson High School Open House on Thursday, March 7 from 5:30-7:30 pm. This will be an in person event that includes our Advanced Placement presentations, school tours, opportunities to meet our administration and faculty, and so much more. Throughout the evening, you will be able to connect with our students and teachers as we host a number of activities and presentations to help you make an informed decision about the school you will attend and the courses you may take in the year ahead. We can't wait to meet you! Should you require additional information in the interim, please visit: anneanderson.epsb.ca

Pre-Enrolment and Registration for 2024-2025


If your child. is new to Edmonton Public Schools, you can register for school online. Visit the Division website to learn how to register for school.


You will need to pre-enrol on SchoolZone to tell us the school you'd like your child to attend next year. Find important dates and deadlines and learn more about pre-enrolment, which opens February 1. If you have questions about registering for school, contact the school office.

Registration and pre-enrolment close at 4 p.m. on March 22, 2024

March 22, 2024 is the last day for parents to register or select their child's preferred school for next year (2024-2025). Learn about New Student Registration here and Pre-Enrolment in SchoolZone.


For the 2023 - 2024 school year, Dr. Anne Anderson High School is full in planned classes in Grades 10 to 12 in the regular program and Grades 10 to 12 in the Advanced Placement program. We will no longer be accepting students in the Advanced Placement program. For the regular program, we will now only accept resident students for Grades 10 to 12 who have newly moved into the school’s attendance area. A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic. Non-resident students can enrol in another Division school with space in planned classes. If you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you must register online.

DAAHS 2024-25 Course GuideĀ & Course Planner

We welcome all future Dr. Anne Anderson High School families to view our 2024-25 Course Guide and Course Planner. We are proud to offer a diverse array of programming to support our students' education. Please use these two documents when planning which courses your student will enroll in next year.

Do you have questions about your students' registration and course planning? Please email us at anneanderson@epsb.ca to connect with one of our team members.

Principal's Message

When I stepped into Dr. Anne Anderson High School for the first time, I took in the moment and felt a sense of honour in having the opportunity  to serve this community. As I looked around, I noticed that written on wooden poles of the tipi standing majestically in the foyer are cree words that define the legacy of our namesake, Dr. Anne Anderson. 

Anne Anderson was a dedicated author and teacher who was instrumental in preserving the cree language and promoting Métis heritage in Alberta and Canada. She would go on to write more than 90 books on the cree language, history and traditions, and in the early 1980s, she established the Dr. Anne Anderson Native Heritage and Cultural Centre which offered cree language courses. In 1991, she received the Order of Canada for her work in preserving the cree culture.  With a profound appreciation for education, Dr. Anne (as she was fondly called) was especially known for the kindness and compassion she showed all of her students. She often spoke about the need to respect all cultures and learn from one another.


Schools are places of hope. Together, we opened the doors of Dr. Anne Anderson High School to our students, their families and our community. Our school is a safe, welcoming and inclusive place where our connections with one another and our greater community are underpinned by kindness, compassion and respect.  We are relentless in our efforts to provide every student with a high quality educational experience that prepares them for their futures. Our students have endless opportunities to develop their interests, passions and leadership skills through school initiatives, teams, and extra-curricular offerings. 

Hope is about dwelling in possibility and dreaming for the future. Leveraging the informative voices of our youth, we are creating a school where students thrive, feel pride, and leave a legacy for those who follow.


Opening our new school has been a privilege. As you walk in the doors of our school for the first time, and as you stand beneath the giant tipi structure,  it is our hope that you also will feel thankful for the opportunity to be part of this special beginning and to be carrying forward your own and Dr. Anderson’s legacy.

With appreciation for your support and this opportunity to walk alongside and learn with you,

Lisa Wright, Principal