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  • 2022 - 2023 John D. Bracco Registration

    2022 - 2023 John D. Bracco Registration


    John D. Bracco is a level 2 closed boundary school and are now Full and Close at all grade levels.

    As outlined in Division regulations, current students accepted to the school are:

    1. New resident students who arrived in Canada.
    2. Students who have just newly moved into our attendance area.

    The school will require 3 proof of confirmation of address by way of a current utility bill, drivers license and home/tenant insurance and must be under the parent/legal guardian name.


    If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools, you can either register them online or come in person. Visit the Division website to learn how to register for school. 

    Need help using the digital student registration form? Submit a request to get help or call (780) 429-8210.



    Once you have submitted your completed student registration form and supporting 4 - 7 documents, we will review all of the documents. This does not mean your child has been enrolled at the school—we will contact you to let you know if your child is enrolled.


    HAVE MOVED and would like to change your address?

    If your address has changed, as Division regulations, we require any of the three listed as proof of address verification by way of a current: utility bills; home insurance; property tax or drivers license, and must be under the parents/legal guardian name.



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  • John D Bracco is Closed Boundaries

    John D Bracco is Closed Boundaries

    Some District schools are experiencing such high demand for space that they have closed boundaries.

    The boundaries can apply to the regular program or other programs at the schools. Only students living within the designated attendance area for the school or particular program will be accommodated. 

    View a list of schools with closed boundaries click here








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John D. Bracco school has served the Clareview area since 1992 and students have come from our community feeder schools:

  • Bannerman
  • Belmont
  • Fraser
  • Kirkness
  • Homesteader
  • Overlanders
  • Sifton
  • Horse Hill Elementary Schools  

Here at John D Bracco School we strive to maintained a positive outlook and we believe that it is our staff and our relationships with students and parents that is our strength!

In the three years that our students spend with us, students will be preparing for high school and the programs that will determine their choices for further education. Our dedicated staff creates a safe and caring environment in which all students are challenged to learn and achieve their personal best.

Our Division Priorities are to:

  1. Foster growth and success for every student by supporting their journey from early learning through high school completion and beyond.
  2. Provide welcoming, high quality learning and working environment.
  3. Enhance public education through communication, engagement and partnerships. 

Principal's Message

As the principal at John D. Bracco Junior High School, I believe strongly in surrounding our students with support through strong partnerships with staff, parents and community agencies to assist our kids in reaching their highest potential. When the entire community continues to find ways to come together, we can be the foundational supports to urge our students forward in taking risk and experiencing academic and personal growth.
We have over 650 students who attend John D. Bracco each day.  We offer these students a variety of programs including Pre-Advanced Placement, Soccer Institute, English Language Learner program as well as a whole host of awesome option programs including Foods, Aboriginal Studies and Martial Arts.
I look forward to meeting all of you and encourage you to bring any questions or concerns to me. The number to reach me is 780-475-1760. I look forward to hearing your ideas and learning about the John D. Bracco community. 
My door is always open,
Sheri Long, BA, BEd, MEd
Principal - JD Bracco School