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Enrollment Qualifications

Centre High Campus is a school for students that are in their fourth or fifth year of high school that need to finish their high school studies, upgrade existing marks, enroll in specific courses for career or post-secondary studies.

To qualify to attend Centre High Campus, students must:

  • have, or had the opportunity to, attend a regular high school for three years
  • be 19 years of age or under on September 1st of the school year you are planning to attend

Mandatory Fees:

Updated Registration Information & Fee Guide 2017-2018

Diploma Exams

ALL students REWRITING diploma exams MUST pre-pay and register DIRECTLY with Alberta Education by the established deadlines to ensure an exam and label will be supplied to the school for the diploma writing session. 

NOTE: Centre High does not collect fees for diploma exam rewrites

DAILY TIMETABLE

Student courses are delivered at the same time, Monday through Friday.

  Block 1 

  8:30 a.m. - 9:43 a.m. 

73 min.

  Block 2

  9:53 a.m. - 11:06 a.m. 

73 min.

 Block 3

 11:16 a.m. - 12:29 p.m.

73 min.

 Block 4

 12:39 p.m. – 1:52 p.m.

73 min.

 Block 5

 2:02 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

73 min.

 

2017-2018 SCHOOL TERM

Semester One (S1) 
Sept 5/17 – Jan 30/18

Semester Two (S2) 
Feb 1 - June 28/18

Quarter 1
(Q1, S1)

Sept 5 – Oct 31

Quarter 2
(Q2, S1)

Nov 1 – Jan 30

Quarter 3
(Q3, S2)

Feb 1 – April 13

Quarter 4
(Q4, S2)

April 16 – June 28

FOIP/Confidentiality of Information

For Students

Occasionally, the school receives requests from the public, such as parents or guardians regarding information about their child’s attendance or performance in school. If you are 18 years of age or older, or 17 years of age and living independently, information related to your school activities is confidential unless you provide permission to release information. You may already have provided this permission by completing the “release of information” section on your Centre High Campus application. You may, at any time, give the administration written permission for disclosure of information.

If you are under 18 years of age and not living independently, information may be released to your parent or guardian.

 

For Parents 

No one, including parents, can access information about students 18 years of age or older without written consent of the student. If you are positive the student has given written permission, please proceed to the Administration Office at Centre High Campus to make your request in person; photo identification must be shown so your identity can be verified. No information will be released over the phone.

Parking

There is NO student parking available. Parking is available downtown at public parking lots and meters. 

Public Transit

ETS bus and LRT services offer a viable alternative for student transportation. Monthly bus passes are available at the Finance office, sold daily 8 am – 2 pm; price TBA. Students must present a current student ID card at time of purchase. For schedule & route information, go to contact ETS at 780-496-1600. www.takeETS.com 

Bus passes are NOT available for summer classes.

Dressing For Success

Students demonstrate integrity by dressing appropriately for school as they would for work in an informal service business. Clothing should be suitable for modesty, and must not be decorated with images or lettering that would be offensive to students, staff or the public.

Clothing which covers the chest, back and midriff is considered appropriate. Shirt/top must touch pants/skirt at the hipline or waistline. Clothing that covers undergarments at all times (including when bending down) is also part of the dress code at Centre High. Inside the school headwear will not be worn unless for religious or medical reasons. In situations where clothing is inappropriate, students will be asked to alter their dress, or they may be sent home and their parents consulted. Please note, for health and safety concerns, students must wear shoes in the building at all times.

Code of Conduct

STUDENT RIGHTS

At Centre High Campus, all students have a right to:

  1. Learn;
  2. Be respected;
  3. Hear and be heard;
  4. Be safe;
  5. General health and cleanliness.

RESPONSIBILITIES/EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS

It is expected that all Centre High Campus students will:

  • Attend, be punctual and arrive prepared for all classes;
  • Complete all courses in which they register;
  • Ensure they have the proper prerequisites for courses;
  • Recognize and respect the rights of all students to learn and teachers to teach;
  • Respect the authority of all adults affiliated with the school;
  • Treat each other with courtesy and respect;
  • Behave at all times with dignity, responsibility and appropriateness;
  • Strive for excellence in all their academic and personal endeavors;
  • Keep hallways clear and quiet during class time;
  • Smoke only in the outside, off campus area designated for this purpose;
  • Refrain from the use of profanities, racial comments or insulting statements;
  • Have a valid Centre High Campus ID card on their person at all times;
  • Not be in possession or be under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any illegal substance;
  • Dress appropriately for school (as per the Dress for Success Policy);
  • Not bully, harass, threaten or intimidate other students;
  • Not be in possession of any weapon or dangerous goods, or use school supplies, including laser pointers, as weapons to harm, intimidate or threaten others;
  • Not use or have visible cellular phones or pagers on school property during school hours or during school related functions (for cell phones that are properly stored out of site, they are also to be turned off);
  • Not bring or encourage friends to visit Centre High Campus; nor will our students visit or attend any other school without an official appointment; and inform officials of trespassers at Centre High Campus.

Failure to meet the expectations for appropriate behavior may result in any of the following consequences: a reprimand, parental involvement, loss of privileges, exclusion from class, community service, removal from a course, removal of a timetable, expulsion, and various charges may also be pursued by police. A student may be recommended for expulsion as a result of any of the following infractions:

  • Uttering threats and/or any level of fighting or assault;
  • Being in possession of a weapon;
  • Being involved in the possession of or sale of any illegal substance;
  • Uttering false messages – such as a bomb threat;
  • Plagiarism or cheating
  • Interfering with the orderly conduct of class(es) or the school; and/or contravention of the code of conduct as set out in the school act.
  • Being involved in the vandalism of any public or private property (i.e. graffiti, etc).

Acceptable Use of Computer Technology

It is expected that you will use sound judgment when using computer technology at Centre High Campus. In keeping with that expectation, behaviours such as the following are not acceptable:

  • using school computers in a recreational manner; i.e. surfing the world wide web without an academic purpose;
  • using a computer to harm other people or their work in any way;
  • violating the privacy of others by viewing or altering work that is not your own without permission;
  • interfering with the operation of the school network, local area network, district network, or the internet;
  • installing illegal, harmful, or inappropriate software;
  • violating copyright laws or plagiarizing;
  • creating, viewing, sending, or displaying messages or pictures that are inappropriate to an educational environment;
  • sharing passwords with another person;
  • using school resources such as disk space, access time or paper for non-educational use;
  • using computer technology for the purpose of cheating.

As a Centre High Campus student you should understand that your computer privileges are limited to the networks of Centre High Campus and Edmonton Public Schools. Centre High staff has the right to review any materials you may store on network space as well as any information you have acquired from the internet. You are held accountable for your actions. Contravention of the acceptable use policy may result in any or all of the following:

  • termination of computer privileges;
  • suspension from school;
  • expulsion from school;
  • expulsion from the Edmonton Public Schools system;
  • criminal charges.

Due to health reasons, it is expected that students supply their own headsets for use with our computers.