Lana Hanson was an exceptional math teacher who inspired her CBe-learn students and colleagues alike.  Her passion and enthusiasm for teaching, learning and the arts, was communicable as she awakened those who had the privilege to work with her to drive for deeper mathematical connections in a broader context, thus creating a learning landscape/canvas much greater than our own imaginations.

In memory of her passion and dedication, the staff at CBe-learn have established this scholarship that recognizes the achievements of a CBe-learn student in the field of Math. This award is available to students whose primary high school is CBe-learn. The student must have successfully completed at least two Math courses at the 30-level through CBe-learn.


CBe-learn staff; friends and family of Lana Hanson

Where Tenable

Calgary Board of Education: CBe-learn Online High School

Field of Study







Open to current CBe-learn students whose primary high school at the time of application is CBe-learn; Applicants must have taken at least two different 30-level math courses through CBe-learn. The scholarship is awarded to the school-aged student (as defined by Alberta Education) with the highest combined average between two 30-level math courses. At least one of the 30-level Math courses must have been completed within the current academic year. The school-awarded course mark will be used to calculate the average grade of the two courses.


Online application available at Applicants should check with their guidance office for more information and are encouraged to discuss their application with the Scholarship Coordinator at their high school.

Selection & Payment

Selection will be made by CBe-learn staff, including a representative from EducationMatters. Recipients will be notified by September. To claim the award, the recipient must be registered in an eligible program of post-secondary study within one year of notification. Payments will be made to the post-secondary institution upon proof of registration.


May 30