Transportation Early Bird Registration Deadline Approaching

Register before June 30 to receive a discount of $40 (first two students in your family; $20 off additional students).

Learn more.


Insurance is a requirement for many aspects of business. Rocky View Schools maintains insurance as outlined in Administrative Procedure 5021 Insurance and Risk Management. Below is information on insurance available for accidents and/or travel for students and staff.

Accident Insurance

Injury sustained by a Student, Visitor, Volunteer or Staff Member (not covered by WCB) during the course of a school day while under the supervision of RVS is covered by this insurance policy. It is provided at no cost; however, these benefits are supplemental to personal family benefits. Please submit claims to Industrial Alliance within 30 days from the accident date. The plan summary below is effective Sept. 1, 2019.

Additional Accident Insurance for Students

Study Insured provides student accident insurance solutions for thousands of Canadian families each year. This insurance helps families stay financially protected against unexpected expenses arising from their childrens’ accidents.

There are three packages to choose from and they can be purchased at any time during the school year. See the website or promotional flyer for the rates and additional information.

School Society Insurance

In accordance with Administrative Procedure AP112 – School Societies and RVS, it is recommended that School Societies operating as separate entities from the School Division obtain insurance to protect themselves, and the school division, from liability. To that end, RVS has worked with its broker to arrange for a policy that provides coverage to meet the specific and unique needs of school societies. The policy below is one option for insurance available to School Societies; however, societies are welcome to seek out quotes from other insurers/brokers as well.

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.