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
Updated Registration Information & Fee Guide 2017-2018
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 - 2017-2018
Student courses are delivered at the same time, Monday through Friday.
8:30 a.m. - 9:43 a.m.
9:53 a.m. - 11:06 a.m.
11:16 a.m. - 12:29 p.m.
12:39 p.m. – 1:52 p.m.
2:02 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
SCHOOL TERM - 2017-2018
Semester One (S1)
Sept 5/17 – Jan 30/18
Semester Two (S2)
Feb 1 - June 28/18
Sept 5 – Oct 31
Nov 1 – Jan 30
Feb 1 – April 13
April 16 – June 28
FOIP/Confidentiality of Information
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.
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.
There is NO student parking available. Parking is available downtown at public parking lots and meters.
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 a school environment that is safe, welcoming, caring and respectful. 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 (if applicable). Please note, for health and safety concerns, students must wear shoes in the building at all times.
Electronic Device Search
If Edmonton Public School Board staff have reasonable grounds to believe that an electronic device contains evidence pertaining to a breach of the District’s Student Behaviour and Conduct Policy and/or the School Behaviour Policy, it is the expectation that students make available to school administration the unaltered contents of the permanent and/or removable memory of their cellular phone or electronic device. Failure to make the contents available can be considered willful disobedience and is grounds for disciplinary action.
Code of Conduct
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EPS Student Behaviour and Conduct
A. STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Students have the right to be treated with dignity, respect, and fairness by other students and staff.
- Students are expected to respect diversity and refrain from demonstrating any form of discrimination on the basis of race, religious beliefs, colour, gender, gender identity, gender expression, physical disability, mental disability, ancestry, place of origin, marital status, source of income, family status or sexual orientation.
- Students and parents will be informed of the Board’s and school’s expectations for student behaviour and conduct.
B. STUDENT BEHAVIOUR AND CONDUCT
- The Board expects that students behave in accordance with Section 12 of the School Act. Section 12 states that students will conduct themselves so as to reasonably comply with the following Code of Conduct:
- be diligent in pursuing the student’s studies;
- attend school regularly and punctually;
- co-operate fully with everyone authorized by the Board to provide education programs and other services;
- comply with the rules of the school;
- account to the student’s teachers for the student’s conduct;
- respect the rights of others;
- ensure the student’s conduct contributes to a welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environment that respects diversity and fosters a sense of belonging;
- refrain from, report and not tolerate bullying or bullying behaviour directed toward others in the school, whether or not it occurs within the school building, during the school day or by electronic means; and
- positively contribute to the student’s school and community.
- Furthermore, students are expected to:
- resolve conflict or seek assistance to resolve conflict in a peaceful, safe, and non-threatening manner that is conducive to learning and growth. Strategies for addressing conflict between students may include counselling, mediation, or forms of restorative practice;
- use school and personal technology appropriately and ethically;
- ensure that they conduct themselves with academic integrity and refrain from and report all incidents of academic misconduct including, but not limited to, cheating and plagiarizing.
C. UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR
- Students are accountable for their behaviour whether or not it occurs on school property or within the school day. When behaviour that occurs off school property or outside of regular school hours threatens the safety or well-being of individuals within the school community or disrupts the learning environment, school administrators may apply consequences for the behaviour.
- Examples of unacceptable behaviour include but are not limited to:
- behaviours that interfere with the learning of others and/or the school environment
- behaviours that create unsafe conditions
- acts of bullying, harassment, threats, or intimidation whether it be in person, indirectly, or by electronic means
- physical violence
- retribution against any person who has intervened to prevent or report bullying or any other incident or safety concern
- possession, use or distribution of substances restricted by federal, provincial, municipal, District or school authorities
- any illegal activity such as:
- possession, use or distribution of illegal substances
- possession of a weapon or use of a weapon (or replica) to threaten, intimidate or harm others
- possession, use, display, or distribution of offensive messages, videos or images
- theft or possession of stolen property
- any breach of rules and expectations established by District administrative regulations or a school-based code of conduct
- failure to comply with Section 12 of the School Act.
D. CONSEQUENCES FOR UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR
- Unacceptable behaviour may be grounds for disciplinary action, and provides the student with an opportunity for critical learning and reflection in the areas of personal accountability and responsibility, the development of empathy, as well as communication, conflict resolution, and social skills development.
- Consequences for unacceptable behaviour must take into account the student’s age, maturity, individual circumstances, and frequency of misconduct. The specific circumstances of the situation and of the student must be taken into account when determining appropriate responses to unacceptable behaviour.
- When a student engages in unacceptable behaviour, consequences may include, but are not limited to:
- temporary assignment of a student to an alternate supervised area within the school
- temporary assignment of a student to an alternate learning location
- short term removal of privileges
- interventions such as positive behaviour supports, contracts, counselling, restorative practices
- replacement or retribution for loss of or damage to property in-school or out-of-school suspension;
- referral to Attendance Board; and or
- recommendation for expulsion
- Consequences for unacceptable behaviour include support for students impacted by unacceptable behaviour as well as students who engage in unacceptable behaviour.
The Superintendent of Schools will be responsible for implementing this policy through appropriate regulations and communication with District stakeholders, including staff, students and parents. Furthermore, the Superintendent will provide the Board with information on implementation of the policy through the annual results review process and in the Alberta Education Results Report.
This policy will be made publicly available, provided to all staff, students and parents, and will be reviewed annually.
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.