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Claudia Menjivar

NAIT - Biomedical Engineering Technology

"Sometimes I need a little push to get things done and my Centre High teachers really helped me out with that.  Almost every day they would tell us to research or to do a buddy day or to apply if we had already chosen a program.  They also helped me get into other courses at Centre High that would relate to the program I chose. All this has helped me realize my career goals."

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News and Information

NEW at Centre High!

Special Needs Education Assistant Program
This program is geared for students interested in persuing an education in Special Needs Educational Assistant at MacEwan University. You can start the program here at Centre High while you are upgrading and save $1461 in tuition & term fees. Read more...

Mental Health Committee
On June 7th, Centre High Mental Health committee donated $500 to the CASA Foundation. Students on the committee raised the money by hosting activities during Positive Mental Health and Wellness Day on May 7. Some activities included holding a bake sale and the Hats ON! event, which involved students and staff donating $2 in exchange for being allowed to wear a hat in school.MH2014BsmallThe Mental Health committee holds activities to increase mental health awareness and decrease the stigma associated with it. Students can take Mental Health First Aid certification and earn two credits for doing so. To date, fifty-five CHC students have received certification. Centre High Campus looks forward to continue working with the Canadian Mental Health Association and The Support Network as well as raising funds to help organizations like the CASA Foundation.

FAQ's
Here are some of our most frequently asked questions.

Do you need "Financial Assistance" to come to school?
Assistance is available through part time bursaries to students that meet the requirements. Click here to read more.

Guess Who's Hitting the Books in Aboriginal Studies Class
CBC visited Centre High to do a story about our Aboriginal Studies program. Interest in the program has increased and enrollment has more than doubled. Visit CBC News to watch their story titled "Guess who's hitting the books in aboriginal studies class".

FNMI Newsletter
Click to read the Spring edition

 

Semester one Emergency Response Career Pathways (ERCP) students have wrapped up their annual COPS FOR CANCER fund raising event. Our first annual bike-a-thon proved to be a phenomenal success. Students, staff and emergency response personnel teamed together in an effort to raise not only money, but to raise cancer awareness.

 

December 16thproved to be an eventful day; pancake breakfast, head shaving and dying, bike marathon and pizza dinner. Teams of riders took turns cycling stationary bikes continuously for twelve hours to the beat of music and the cheers of fellow supporters including Kerry Nesbitt and members from the Cops for Cancer Triathlon team.

 

At the end of the day, students and staff raised a total of $20,466.70. Collectively, since our first fundraising event in 2005, the ERCP program has raised over $120,000 for COPS FOR CANCER.
News and Information

NEW at Centre High!

Special Needs Education Assistant Program
This program is geared for students interested in persuing an education in Special Needs Educational Assistant at MacEwan University. You can start the program here at Centre High while you are upgrading and save $1461 in tuition & term fees. Read more...

Mental Health Committee
On June 7th, Centre High Mental Health committee donated $500 to the CASA Foundation. Students on the committee raised the money by hosting activities during Positive Mental Health and Wellness Day on May 7. Some activities included holding a bake sale and the Hats ON! event, which involved students and staff donating $2 in exchange for being allowed to wear a hat in school.MH2014BsmallThe Mental Health committee holds activities to increase mental health awareness and decrease the stigma associated with it. Students can take Mental Health First Aid certification and earn two credits for doing so. To date, fifty-five CHC students have received certification. Centre High Campus looks forward to continue working with the Canadian Mental Health Association and The Support Network as well as raising funds to help organizations like the CASA Foundation.

FAQ's
Here are some of our most frequently asked questions.

Do you need "Financial Assistance" to come to school?
Assistance is available through part time bursaries to students that meet the requirements. Click here to read more.

Guess Who's Hitting the Books in Aboriginal Studies Class
CBC visited Centre High to do a story about our Aboriginal Studies program. Interest in the program has increased and enrollment has more than doubled. Visit CBC News to watch their story titled "Guess who's hitting the books in aboriginal studies class".

FNMI Newsletter
Click to read the Spring edition

 

Semester one Emergency Response Career Pathways (ERCP) students have wrapped up their annual COPS FOR CANCER fund raising event. Our first annual bike-a-thon proved to be a phenomenal success. Students, staff and emergency response personnel teamed together in an effort to raise not only money, but to raise cancer awareness.

 

December 16thproved to be an eventful day; pancake breakfast, head shaving and dying, bike marathon and pizza dinner. Teams of riders took turns cycling stationary bikes continuously for twelve hours to the beat of music and the cheers of fellow supporters including Kerry Nesbitt and members from the Cops for Cancer Triathlon team.

 

At the end of the day, students and staff raised a total of $20,466.70. Collectively, since our first fundraising event in 2005, the ERCP program has raised over $120,000 for COPS FOR CANCER.
 
Registration Information

2014-2015 Registration

If you are a student that attended high school with EPSB, you may qualify to register online. If you attended another school district (i.e. Edmonton Catholic, Sturgeon, another province or country) you will have to make an appointment to register in-person. Please call 780-425-6753 during regular business hours to book your appointment; dates are listed below. 

You MUST bring to your appointment, government issued identification (i.e.Canadian birth certificate, driver's licence, passport, immigration documents). IF your high school marks are from another province or country, also bring them. Without proper documentation, your registration may be delayed.

  • September 17 at 1 pm
  • October 8 at 1 pm
  • October 22 at 1 pm
  • November 5 at 1 pm
  • November 19 at 1 pm
  • December 10 at 1 pm
  • January 7 at 1 pm
  • January 14 at 1 pm
  • January 21 at 1 pm

Click: Registration Information & Fee Guide - 2014/15
 

International Students - Students New to Canada
Click here for important information on how to register 

Registration Information

2014-2015 Registration

If you are a student that attended high school with EPSB, you may qualify to register online. If you attended another school district (i.e. Edmonton Catholic, Sturgeon, another province or country) you will have to make an appointment to register in-person. Please call 780-425-6753 during regular business hours to book your appointment; dates are listed below. 

You MUST bring to your appointment, government issued identification (i.e.Canadian birth certificate, driver's licence, passport, immigration documents). IF your high school marks are from another province or country, also bring them. Without proper documentation, your registration may be delayed.

  • September 17 at 1 pm
  • October 8 at 1 pm
  • October 22 at 1 pm
  • November 5 at 1 pm
  • November 19 at 1 pm
  • December 10 at 1 pm
  • January 7 at 1 pm
  • January 14 at 1 pm
  • January 21 at 1 pm

Click: Registration Information & Fee Guide - 2014/15
 

International Students - Students New to Canada
Click here for important information on how to register 

 

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September Bus Pass Sales
Aug 26 - Sept 15
8 am - 2 pm 

Welcome Back BBQ
Friday, September 12

Career Directions 
Wednesday, September 24 

Pancake Breakfast
Friday, September 26
7:30 - 9 am 

FNMI Welcome Back Session
Monday, September 29
12:30 - 2 pm

PD Day - no classes
Friday, October 3 

First Day of Classes
S1, Q1: September 2, 2014 
Q2: November 3, 2014
S2, Q3: February 3, 2015 
Q4: April 15, 2015 

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Centre High Campus is a vibrant and active professional learning community. Students, teachers, support staff, and community partner’s work together to ensure a positive and supportive learning experience for all. Our school community places a focus on excellence and success for each student and celebrates our accomplishments. The fundamental purpose of our school is to see to it that all our students learn and succeed at their highest potential, recognizing that the future of our students depends upon our success. All our practices and actions align with this fundamental purpose.  Read more...

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