Choose how your child will learn in Quarter 2
Families can now choose how their child learns, in person or online, in Quarter 2. Read more about how to make your choice by the October 19 deadline.
Physical Education 10, 20, 30
5 credits each
With an emphasis on the students' individual physical fitness training and wellness goals, our Physical Education Program is based strongly on nutrition, healthy lifestyle, resistance, cardiovascular, and flexibility activities. As each student comes with their own level of experience, the activities in their PE program are designed to fit the individual, while meeting the expectations of the three PE levels.
Phys Ed 10 - Increasing individual awareness in the aspects of active living through participation and skill acquisition.
Phys Ed 20 - Applying knowledge of active living through participation, leadership development (5 hours required), and completion of a CPR course.
Phys Ed 30 - Evaluating application of active living for self and peers through participation, leadership development (8 hours required), and completion of a First Aid Course.
COURSE FEE: $105.00 per 4 months (payable to the YMCA in biweekly installments or one time payment )
Centre High Academic Mentoring Program
Looking to sharpen your own thinking and understanding for university? Do you need to raise your marks? Get volunteer hours? Consider accessing CHAMP - Centre High Campus' Academic Mentorship Program. Available to all students at CHC, CHAMP supports students who want to raise their grades: both students who are struggling, and students who want to push their GPA into the 90's.
Research shows that the best learning occurs when we need to explain or teach a concept to someone else. Students who participate in CHAMP have seen their grades go up 20-30%, while helping them to keep their understanding of their course work sharpened for university!
Prerequisite: 75% in focused content area
Chinese Language and Culture 10-Y, 20-Y, 30-Y
5 credits each
Our Chinese Language and Culture 10Y-20Y-30Y Program is intended for students who began or will begin their study of Chinese language and culture in senior high school. In today’s world, the knowledge of a second language and culture in general, and Chinese in particular, is an economic advantage, providing language and cultural skills that enable individuals to communicate and interact effectively in the global society. This course will be of particular interest to students aiming to meet specific requirements for post-secondary programs, study in areas such as Business or Hospitality/Tourism, or engage in work of an international nature upon completion of their studies. Students able to demonstrate mastery of the learning concepts in Chinese Language and Culture 30Y will continue their studies and increase their knowledge through enriched learning experiences.