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Located in downtown Edmonton, Centre High Campus is a dynamic high school for fourth and fifth year students (19 years or younger by Sept. 1 of the school year) wanting to upgrade and explore post-secondary and career pathways. Not only do we provide programming for students to complete or upgrade their high school diploma requirements, we also allow any student a 'gap year' to explore and experience opportunities to help guide their future choices, build self-awareness, and develop key community, collaboration and leadership skills. 

More than ever before, students must master a range of skills to ensure they are well prepared to face a complex world in evolving times. To accomplish these goals, Centre High and its staff continue to push the boundaries of learning and teaching designed to meet the needs of our students as they prepare for the next steps of their lives, involvement in their community, business, careers and post-secondary opportunities. 


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21-22 Important School Contacts

Metro Summer School 2021

Edmonton Public Schools is excited to announce our plans for Summer School 2021. We are dedicated to offering high quality summer high school programming while ensuring the health and safety of our students.

Current Edmonton Public Schools students can register in Summer School 2021 starting April 15. All core courses and CALM will be delivered online with a combination of live teacher instruction (synchronous) and self-paced teacher-supported (asynchronous) learning activities. Physical Education 10 will be delivered as an onsite, in-person class following strict COVID-19 protocol and processes.

Visit their website for more information: 

***Centre High Campus will not host Metro Summer School in July 2021.

We Have Moved!

New school year and a new space!

We are looking forward to welcoming students at our new home at the Alberta College Campus at 10050 MacDonald Drive NW, only a few blocks southeast of our current location. 



What's Happening?

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  • Family Choice for the first half of 2021-22

    You can now choose between in-person and online learning for the first half of the school year, which runs from September to the end of January 2022. Visit the forms section of your SchoolZone account to make your selection by August 12 at 4 p.m. 
    If you are under 18, your parent will select for you in their parent account.

    Learn more about family choice for the 2021-22 school year.

  • Quarter 4 Weekly Schedule


    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday (150 minutes)
           Morning Class: 9:00 am - 11:30 a.m.
           Lunch Break: 11:30 - 12:30 p.m.
               Note: All students are required to leave the building. They can re-enter the 
               building 15 minutes before the afternoon class starts.
           Afternoon Class: 12:30 pm – 3:00 p.m.

    Wednesday (Virtual day for all students ** mandatory attendance) 75-minute classes
            Morning Class: 9:00 - 10:15 a.m.
            Afternoon Class: 12:30 - 1:45 p.m.

    *EXCEPTION- ERCP, Audio Engineering, Computer Technology, and ESL 1-4 classes will run the same as Monday schedule and in-person.

  • Campus EPSB Opportunities

    Interested in Aviation, Metalworking,or in Automotive Service?

    Campus EPSB is designed as another way for students to earn high school credits and industry credentials, get ahead of their studies or prepare for post-secondary.

    Talk to your teachers or career counsellors about Campus EPSB to get started.


  • 2020-21 Student Transportation Fees


    The 2020-21 Student Transportation fee schedule is here. The latest schedule was approved by the Board of Trustees on April 28th. You can start purchasing your monthly bus passes when you pick up your timetable on the first week of September. Visit student transportation for more details.


  • Changes to HS delivery for 2020-21 school year


    For the 2020-21 school year, most of our high schools will move towards a quarterly schedule rather than a semester model.

    The quarterly schedule means students may take up to two courses at a time:
         * Students may take one subject in the morning and the other in the afternoon.
         * Students will still receive the same amount of instructional time as they did in a
           two-semester schedule.
         * In-person classes will be 150 minutes each.
         * Diploma exams will be held in November, January, April and June of each quarter.

    Read more about these changes.