Founded in 1939, ASBOA is Alberta’s professional association serving those working in corporate service roles in Alberta’s K-21 Education sector.

Upcoming Events
Financial Literacy for the Education Professional
Coming soon!
This online professional learning series is designed for non-finance leaders in Alberta's  K-12 education sector.  The series will provide an overview of general accounting terminology and generally accepted accounting practices, explain financial statements as they pertain to school jurisdictions, provide an overview of budget principles and the budgeting cycle, and the role of the auditor and audit committees.
CONGRATULATIONS!
2024 Award of Excellence
Susan Roy
Former Secretary-Treasurer, Chinooks Edge School Division
 
The ASBOA Awards program has been developed by members of ASBOA to recognize individual members for their contributions of time, talent and commitment to the Association.
Individual members may be recognized for their leadership, commitment and contributions to the school business profession, to the membership of the Association and to the community.  These are individuals who go above and beyond the day-to-day requirements of their position and their profession.

          Dexter Durfey

Edward Latka
 
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1939
Year Established
238+
Supported Members in Alberta
60
ASBO affiliates worldwide