Wait List for Prospective Students
All students must be added to the wait list in order to have the opportunity to be admitted to FFCA. See below for the application, requirements, and additional information.
NEW WEBSITE COMING SEPTEMBER 2019: You will be able to apply online and upload the required documents. Please check back in late September!
Address: 110, 7000 Railway Street SE
Wait list inquiries: by email
Hours for Application Drop Off
Wait List Coordinator: Phoebe
Week of July 15:
Week of July 22:
Week of July 29:
I don't book appointments; however, it is a good idea to email ahead of time to make sure I am in the office the day/time you are planning to come.
Wait List / Lottery Application
You can apply for your child as soon as you have the birth certificate. Use the same application regardless of their age or grade and up to four children can be added to the same application. Applications may be submitted year round.
Wait List Application
Wait List FAQ's
NE Campus Boundary - Downtown
Annual Intake Stats from Wait List
Future KG Stats
Lottery Draw Date for 19/20 school year
March 11, 2019
Grade 8 - South Middle School
Grade 10, 11, 12 - High School
May 9, 2019
Kindergarten - Southwest Elementary (3 seats)
Online Wait List System
The Online Wait List System is for parents who have received a confirmation email stating that their child has been added to the wait list.
Online Wait List System
Wait List Renewal
ALL wait list applications require renewal each October.
Wait List Renewal FAQ's
Documents/Websites of Interest
FFCA's Charter (Mission, Vision, Values, etc)
Brochure: FFCA Key Information
Brochure: FFCA's Character Development
Article: Placing System Learning at the Heart of System Leadership
Our Framework for Teaching and Learning
Alberta Education's Curriculum Tool (All Alberta schools use the same Curriculum mandated by Alberta Education)
High School Planning Guide (Courses, Electives, Pre-req's etc)
Blog Post - Measuring Success
The Association of Alberta Public Charter Schools (www.taapcs.ca) has produced a pair of videos which explain what public charter schools are and how they are a distinctive part of Alberta’s public education system. Check them out below and share the link with friends, family and other connections.
CLICK HERE FOR THE 4-MINUTE VIDEO on YouTube.
CLICK HERE FOR THE 2-MINUTE VIDEO on YouTube.