News & Announcements
This semester exams are being written Wednesday June 19th – Tuesday June 25th
Period 1 Exam Wednesday June 19th
Period 2 Exam Thursday June 20th
Period 3 Exam Friday June 21st
Period 4 Exam Monday June 24th
Exam Day 5 Tuesday June 25th – Exam review to be prearranged with teacher
Exams begin @ 9:10 am and will run until 11:40 am
Buses will run regular schedule during exam period
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Commencement will take place on Thursday, June 27th 2019 at College Heights Secondary School
All graduating students are to arrive NO LATER than 3:45pm
Ceremonies will start @ 4:30pm sharp.
Please let the office know or call the school @ 519821-4510 ext 0 to confirm attendance and accessibility needs (wheelchair seating).
There will be a brief meeting at the end of PERIOD 4 Monday, June 17th 2019 for students on Commencement procedures.
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Congratulations to CHSS for achieving the Silver Seal for the fourth year! Thank you for everyone's environmental effort in helping us achieving this accreditation. Special mention to our teachers Ms. Peterson, Ms. Greig and Ms. Hill for their roles.
A student locker clean out is planned for Monday, June 17th 2019. Please ensure all personal items are returned home at that time. After June 26th 2019 locks will be removed and contents emptied. The school will not be responsible for any item left in lockers.
Grade 11 and 12 DRAMA PRESENTS...
13 Ways to Screw Up your College Interview
By Ian McWethyMonday June 10th 7pm Tuesday June 11th 11am and 2:30pm $5 tickets
The month of June is Pride month. Many of our students, staff, parents/guardians and community members identify as members of the Rainbow or LGBTQ+ community. Flying the Pride flag not only signals that our schools are safe spaces for everyone, it also aligns with our Vision Statement and Guiding Principles of inclusion and student and staff well-being and our new …
Are you going into Grade 12 next year? Are you interested in earning College credits and co-op credits at the same time with no cost? Then see Ms. Omland or come to Guidance and find out about Dual Credit opportunities with Conestoga College. There will also be a display board up in the Front Foyer later on this week. Sign up before they fill up.
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Construction work is coming to College Avenue between Edinburgh Road South and Scottsdale Drive. Work will start on April 17th and will be completed by the end of July, weather permitting. College Avenue will be restricted to one lane in each direction. Drivers should expect delays. The westbound bike lane will be closed during construction. Sidewalks will remain open. More information can be found by clicking here.
The 2019 Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Annual Review Report was presented at the Business Operations Committee meeting on March 19, 2019.
This purpose of this report is to review updated data and any other changes affecting accommodation. It is necessary for staff to monitor the relevance of the Board’s work plan priorities. The LTAP review report also provides the status of the 5-year work plan priorities identified for 2018-2022.
Check out the article with more information on this amazing program. https://www.ugdsb.ca/blog/college-heights-ss-launches-pilot-program-for-incoming-grade-8-students/
Visit https://www.ugdsb.ca/blog/grade-8-students-gain-valuable-hands-on-experiences-at-chss/ for the full story.
GUELPH, Ontario – Students at College Heights Secondary School participated in a school-wide contest earlier this year to compete for the best original 3D-printed design. The contest began in October in the CHSS library and was sponsored by the school’s SHSM team. See full details at https://www.ugdsb.ca/blog/chss-students-create-original-designs-with-3d-printer/
Visit https://www.stwdsts.ca/ for bus delay and cancellation information. You can also log in to find any route/time changes.
Stay up to date by visiting the Paperless Communications section of our website. There is a link for Daily Announcements in case you miss them in the morning. There is also a link for the Weekly Bulletin. This has the weekly happenings of the school as well as the Hospitality Menu.
Student Fees ($30) and Yearbook Fees ($30) can be paid online HERE. Yearbooks from LAST YEAR can be picked up from Ms. Schaffer.
The Upper Grand District School Board is conducting a strategic review of secondary school education across the district.