E-Learning Platform Registration
Welcome to SAGHS's E-Learning platform. In order to access this platform you must first register here to gain your credentials.
This process will assign to you a
email account that will be used to access the online learning platform. This account will ensure that your work and assignments are easily identifiable and provide greater online security while making accessing course material and online classes easier for you.
For registration, you must have the following information to complete the process:
1. An email address that you have access to and can receive email at.
2. Your SEA number.
3. Your parent(s)/guardian contact information
IMPORTANT: YOU will only be allowed to fill out the form ONCE! So please ensure you are accurate as errors will cause a delay in processing your registration.
IMPORTANT: This registration form is a 2-part process. On beginning the process, your PARENT/GUARDIAN will need to agree to the creation of the account for you to use and agree to enforce the Terms of Conduct for use of the learning platform. Your PARENT/GUARDIAN will need to digitally sign as having agreed before you are then allowed to continue the registration. An electronic document will be sent to their email address confirming this.
Upon completion of this form, please allow until 14th October for processing. An email will be sent from:
with the information. Please ensure that this address is not blocked in your Inbox and check your Junk/Spam mail in the event that it may be there BEFORE contacting support.
for assistance if needed.
Please note that the email address provided below will be used as a secondary recovery address in the event that your password needs to be reset and this is the address where your credentials will be sent to. Ideally you should use the same email address below that you used to access the SAGHS Google Platform in the past term.
SEA Registration Number:
If you are having trouble entering the site, email:
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