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  • Centennial Regional High School | Greenfield Park

    News & Upcoming Events Message to Parents Guardians - February 23, 2024 Feuillet eclipse-solaire CRHS Day Calendar 2023-2024 Message to Parents Guardians - February 23, 2024 1/13 Centennial Chargers Daily Bulletin Chargers' Monthly Virtual Tour Gymnasium Gymnasium Gymnasium Gymnasium 1/5 Auditorium Auditorium 1/1 Library Library Library Library 1/11 Music Classroom Music Classroom 1/1 Student Support Center Student Support Center 1/1 Science Lab Science Lab 1/1 Weight Room Weight Room Weight Room Weight Room 1/5 Resource Room Resource Room 1/1 Cafeteria Cafeteria Cafeteria 1/2 About Us Centennial Regional High School (CRHS) is a co-ed comprehensive public high school located in Greenfield Park. The school opened in 1972 and was named to commemorate the centennial anniversary of Canada's confederation. There are over 1,000 students that attend the school each year. The school's strength and value is derived from its culturally diverse student body and staff. Centennial maintains a strong and rich intercultural tradition and continues to promote mutual respect and understanding among their students, staff and community. Photo of Centennial taken in 1982.

  • Report Form | Centennial Regional

    Report Form First Name Last Name We collect your name in order to better take action on what has been reported. The administration team will be the only ones who know who reported the following information. Tell us what you would like to report. How did you find out about this? Choose an option Thanks for telling us, we will look into it. Submit

  • French Immersion Program | Centennial Regional High School

    French Immersion Program Centennial Regional High School is pleased to offer students various levels of French in order to meet the needs of each student. Programme d’immersion française: Ce programme d’immersion permet à l’élève de poursuivre, dans un environnement francophone authentique, son apprentissage et sa maitrise de la langue française dans différents cours rencontrant les mêmes compétences et exigences du Ministère de l’Éducation. Tout comme l’élève dans le système francophone, votre enfant suivra le cours de français langue d’enseignement. De plus, il étudiera l’histoire, la géographie, les sciences et la littérature en français. (15 périodes par cycle de 9 jours de cours en français, soit 42% de son horaire) Other French Programs: French Second Language Programs Regular Program: This program helps students get the necessary base needed to function in French. Through a number of short texts and discussion topics, students will cover basic verbs, vocabulary, and sentence structure to be able to communicate in French. Enriched Program: This program gives students who are fluent in French an opportunity to improve their writing skills and enrich their vocabulary. Students explore a variety of novels and authentic materials. Grammar rules are introduced regularly and studied at length. «Français langue d’enseignement» Course for TaG students This program follows the curriculum offered in French schools, providing a thorough and comprehensive study of the language. (6 periods of French over 9 days, 17% of the schedule)

  • Contact Us | Centennial Regional High School

    Contact Us 450-656-6100 880 Hudson Greenfield Park, QC J4V 1H1 Send us a message First Name Last Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Administrative Team Sophie Compagna Principal ext. 5230 Amber Coones Vice-Principal ext. 6774 Steven Chan Vice-Principal ext. 6777 Marcella Paula Sealey Administrative Supervisor ext. 7279 Laurie Sauve School Secretary ext. 6057 Bonnie Parsons Office Agent ext. 6712 Secretary Tamara Herbert ext. 7700 Student Activities Technician Jessy Herron ext. 7234 School Organization Technician Annie Laufer ext. 6704 Office Agent TBD TBD ext. TBD

  • Facilities | Centennial Regional High School

    Facilities Athletic Facilities Centennial has a large gymnasium, which can divide into 4 separate facilities. We have a newly renovated fully equipped weight room, 1 spinning room / judo room. We also have in partnership with the Ville de Longueuil, three soccer fields and one track which are located at the back of the school. Auditorium We have an auditorium in which we hold all our yearly production of Follies, Music Show, Junior Play, Senior Play, and assemblies with a seating capacity of 470. Cafeteria We have a large common cafeteria. Library Award-winning Library

  • WOTP Prework | Centennial Regional High School

    WOTP Prework Work Oriented Training Pathway (WOTP): Prework What is WOTP Prework? In the context of the diversification of learning paths for students, the Work Oriented Training Path (WOTP) enables young people with learning difficulties to pursue their studies through adapted instruction in different contexts and to obtain certification through qualified training which prepares them for the job market. (MEES) WOTP Prework is a cohort-structured pathway. It is a three-year program with the possibility for students to remain until age 21. Who should apply? - Students who are 15 years old by September 30th. - Students who have not successfully completed English and Math - Students whose report card or Individualized Education Plan (IEP) shows that the Prework program is the most likely to meet their interests, needs, and abilities. WOTP WOTP WOTP WOTP 1/7 Why Centennial WOTP? - Small student-to-teacher ratio - Regular academic and social support - Real-world work experience within local community businesses - Possibility of job placement after studies - Community partnerships - Development of work skills needed for employment - Curricular and extracurricular field-trips and opportunities for socialization - Builds autonomy, self-awareness, and self-confidence Each student participates in academic, work-placements, and special projects based on their interests and abilities. Students are encouraged to be fully engaged in various school activities and clubs. What is the aim of the work-placement stage? From the Ministry of Education: The aim of the work-placement stage is to help students construct their occupational identity, adopt behaviors and attitudes required in the workplace and foster their gradual integration into the workforce, by offering them the opportunity to develop work-related competencies in actual work settings. They will also gain a better understanding of employers' requirements and their need for competent, reliable workers. (MEES) Students' work placements are a valuable part of their CV and demonstrate their ability to strive in the workplace. The work-placement stages - Students are placed in one of 129 different government-approved training programs according to their interests and abilities - Year 1: In-House work opportunities and community volunteerism - Year 2: 300 hours of real-world stage placements - Year 3: 600 hours of real-world stage placements - Fully supported workplace integration and travel-training - Regular support and supervision at work-place - Builds competencies, attitudes, and behaviors necessary in the work-place Upon successful completion of the Centennial WOTP program, students will have a completed Portfolio that includes the following: - Employability skills - Resume & letter of intent - Letters of recommendation - Work-placement evaluations - Interview strategies - Job retention strategies WOTP Prework Learning Outcomes - Attestation Diploma of work experience from the Ministère de l'Éducation et Enseignement supérieur (MEES) - Access to the job market - Continue education For more information, please contact: Steven Chan Vice Principal ext. 6777

  • Governing Board | Centennial Regional High School

    Governing Board Established by the MELS Education Act, our governing board meets monthly to discuss issues related to the school's Educational Project as well as general items, educational services, community services, and physical and financial resources. The Governing Board makes decisions that are deemed to be in the best interest of our students. The board is composed of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and community representatives. Eight parents sit on the CRHS Governing Board, each for a two-year term. Four parents’ terms expire each year, requiring the election of four parent members on an annual basis. To be eligible, you must be the parent of a child attending CRHS. Parents who are interested in active involvement in the life of the school are encouraged to run for election in September. ​ GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS FOR 2022-2023 CRHS Governing Board meeting dates for the 2022-2023 school year: VOTING MEMBERS: Peter Gils - Chair Monica Reyes - Vice-Chair David Fournier - Parents' Committee Rep. Daisy Alcindor - Alt. Parents' Committee Rep. Irene Costamis - Parent Janice Candish - Parent Laila Prud'homme - Parent Samantha Chiu - Parent Heather Grow - Teacher Ronny Jacob - Teacher Nadia Landry - Teacher Marie-Jade Roy - Teacher Lorraine Starnino - Teacher Elyssa Zemel - Teacher Barry Dobbs (Alt) - Teacher Aron Rosenzweig - Support Staff TBD - Support Staff Neela Parsnani - Parent Alternate Jessica Pichette - Parent Alternate NON-VOTING MEMBERS: Sherry-Lynne Tite - Principal Marcella Sealey - Administrative Supervisor M.M. Johnson - Community Rep. Marisa Ward - Community Rep. Christina Semper - PPO Rep. Date October 17, 2022 Location: TEAMS Secretary: L. Prud’homme November 21, 2022 Location: TBC Secretary: M. Rayes December 19, 2022 NO MEETING January 16, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: D. Alcindor February 20, 2023 NO MEETING March 20, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: I. Costamis April 17, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: S. Chiu May 15, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: J. Candlish June 19, 2023 Location: TBC Secretary: C. Semper

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