What Our Grads Say
Carlson Autobody - Technician Apprenticeship
"Centre High gave me the opportunity to work in a trade through Carlson Autobody Supply training program. These allowed me to research this field and decide if it was the right choice for me."
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Y Strong Kids - YMCA
On February 19, 2014, the ERCP (Emergency Response Career Pathways), Level 2 students attended the "Y Strong Kids" Luncheon at the Westin Hotel to assist greeting the many guests who attend this major fundraising kick off for the Y. This year Centre High students donated $2,388.55.
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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.
If you would like to register for classes at Centre High, the following registration dates are available by booking an appointment. Call 780-425-6753 during our regular business hours. Online Registration for Quarter 4 classes beginning April 14, 2014 is now open.
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- Wednesday, March 19 @ 1 pm
- Wednesday, April 9 @ 1 pm
- Wednesday, April 23, @ 1 pm
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.
International Students - Students New to Canada
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Events and Notices
School Office Hours
8 am - 3:30 pm
Monday through Friday
March Bus Pass Sales
February 24 - March 14
8:15 am - 2:00 pm
PD Day - No Classes
Friday, March 28, 2014
Spring Break - No Classes
Monday, March 31 - Friday, April 4
Easter Break - No Classes
April 18 - Good Friday
April 21 - Easter Monday
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