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ALERT: Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning.

Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning. Learn more. 


Who We Are

Located in downtown Edmonton, Centre High Campus is a dynamic high school for fourth and fifth year students 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. 


Click here to see what our GRADS are saying about CENTRE HIGH! 

Are you alumni? Click here to contribute to "What our Grads Say" 

Registration 2019-20

If you are 19 years of age or younger on September 1, 2019 and have attended high school for three years, you may qualify to attend Centre High Campus. All students must REGISTER IN-PERSON; call 780-425-6753. Click here for available dates. 

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Students under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or bring a signed consent form for in-person registration sessions. If your parent/guardian cannot attend this session, download the Student Registration Form for your parent/guardian to complete. Students MUST bring the signed and completed form to your registration session. All students that do not meet this criterion will be asked to reschedule to another registration session. 

What's Happening?

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  • Cancellation of April/June Diploma Examinations


    Alberta Education has shared details on the cancellation of April/June Diploma examinations.
    Read pertinent information here.

  • Free ETS Ride


    The Edmonton Transit Service is temporarily suspending fares for all transit users effective Saturday, March 21. Transit users do not need to pay fares until further notice. 

  • Supports for Students Working at Home


    These two-page documents provide parents with links to Division and Alberta Education resources that are available free for parents.

    High School

    General (K-12)

  • Express your opinion on the 2021-2021 school year calendar


    In the wake of a challenging provincial budget, the Board of Trustees is looking at ways to reduce costs with minimal impact on our classrooms. As part of this work, they are considering adjustments to the 2020-21 school year calendar. The proposed changes would result in five fewer days when school is in session.

    Share your thoughts!Go to the poll. The poll takes one to two minutes to complete and is open until February 10, 2020. Your feedback will inform the Board of Trustees' decisions about the 2020-2021 school year calendar.

  • Make Time for Makerspace

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    Tech Tuesdays are coming!

    Are you interested in robotics, coding, and electronics? This semester, MakerSpace is launching Tech Tuesdays. Students sign up to take on tech-based projects they can work on during their spares, either solo or in groups. 

    Starting February 11, everyone from the tech savvy to the mildly curious is invited to come play around!

    See Mr. Rinn in the ASOC (403B) for more details.