New Member Registration

The first step to becoming a CASS member is to complete the online form according to the appropriate membership type.

Please choose the appropriate membership type below. Registration are automatically sent to the CASS Executive Director/Registrar for review and approval. An invoice for the membership fee will be issued to the new member.

Please note:

  • If the new member is replacing a member who has left / retired in mid-year, the membership may be transferred to the new person without cost. The new member should complete the appropriate form and notify so an invoice will not be issued.
  • If the new member is assuming an eligible position that has been created mid-year, the membership registration fee will be pro-rated for the balance of the year. Please notify so an invoice with an appropriate amount will be issued.
Membership Type Cost Description
Regulated Membership $1,500.00 +gst Regulated Members:

  • are presently employed in Alberta as a Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent of public, separate, Francophone or charter school authorities. (or)
  • are presently employed in Alberta as a system education leader of public, separate, Francophone or charter school authorities who has successfully made an election to not be an active member of the Alberta Teachers’ Association (meaning that the ATA or the Minister have already authorized the required election).
  • are excluded from a collective bargaining agreement with the Alberta Teachers’ Association.
  • possess either a temporary or permanent Superintendent Certificate or as a deputy superintendent or system education leader possess either a temporary or permanent Leadership Certificate.
Associate Membership $775.00 +gst Associate Members hold system education leader positions in Alberta that are identified within a Collective Agreement between the school authority and the Alberta Teachers’ Association. Register
Affiliate Membership $775.00 +gst Affiliate Members:

  • are Superintendents / Directors of Education, and system education leaders for a First Nations school authority in Alberta.
  • are employees of Alberta Education in a senior supervisory or consultative position.
  • are academic members of a university faculty in Alberta.
  • are members of superintendents’ associations in Saskatchewan or British Columbia.
  • are educational administrators from Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories or Nunavut.
  • are educational administrators from International Schools accredited or seeking accreditation with Alberta Education.
  • do not possess a teaching certificate but hold a leadership position in a public, separate, Francophone or charter school authority in Alberta.
  • are Directors or the Executive Director with the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia.