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College Heights Secondary
Youth Explore Trades Sampler
​ Interested in a career in trades but not sure which one?  The Career Technical Centre’s Youth Explore Trades Sampler program is the perfect opportunity to gain experience in multiple trades while still earning credit towards your high school graduation.  This year’s Youth Explore Trades Sampler program will feature Electrical, Carpentry, Welding/Metal Fabrication and Heavy Duty Mechanics.  After completing 4 weeks in each trade students will have gained a strong foundational knowledge of what it’s like to be a trades person, through completion of various projects and opportunities to visit industry.  Successful completion of Trades Sampler program awards students up to 12 high school credits and helps to prepare the for their future in trades.  To apply contact your local high school counsellor, or visit www.cnc.bc.ca/ctc   Calling all Grade 11’s the Career Technical Centre still has a few spots left in Welder Foundation for Spring 2020.  If you are currently completing Grade 11 and are interested in the Welding trade contact the Career Technical Centre office today at 250-561-5853.  Students are awarded their level 1 & 2 Welder training upon successful completion of the Welder Foundation program as well as 28 credits towards high school graduation.  Applications can be picked up at your local high school counsellor’s office, the CNC trades office or online at www.cnc.bc.ca/ctc   Career Technical Centre                                Doug Borden, CTC Coordinator Phone: 250-561-5853                                      Phone: 250-561-5858 Email: ctc@cnc.bc.ca                                       Email: bordend2@cnc.bc.ca Web: www.cnc.bc.ca/ctc
Youth Explore Trades Sampler

Interested in a career in trades but not sure which one?  The Career Technical Centre’s Youth Explore Trades Sampler program is the perfect opportunity to gain experience in multiple trades while still earning credit towards your high school graduation.  This year’s Youth Explore Trades Sampler program will feature Electrical, Carpentry, Welding/Metal Fabrication and Heavy Duty Mechanics.  After completing 4 weeks in each trade students will have gained a strong foundational knowledge of what it’s like to be a trades person, through completion of various projects and opportunities to visit industry.  Successful completion of Trades Sampler program awards students up to 12 high school credits and helps to prepare the for their future in trades.  To apply contact your local high school counsellor, or visit www.cnc.bc.ca/ctc

 

Calling all Grade 11’s the Career Technical Centre still has a few spots left in Welder Foundation for Spring 2020.  If you are currently completing Grade 11 and are interested in the Welding trade contact the Career Technical Centre office today at 250-561-5853.  Students are awarded their level 1 & 2 Welder training upon successful completion of the Welder Foundation program as well as 28 credits towards high school graduation.  Applications can be picked up at your local high school counsellor’s office, the CNC trades office or online at www.cnc.bc.ca/ctc

 

Career Technical Centre                                Doug Borden, CTC Coordinator

Phone: 250-561-5853                                      Phone: 250-561-5858

Email: ctc@cnc.bc.ca                                      Email: bordend2@cnc.bc.ca

Web: www.cnc.bc.ca/ctc

Bussing During Exam Week
Busses will operate on their regular scheduled routes and times up to and including June 19th. Effective Thursday, June 20th to Thursday, June 27th (inclusive) secondary students will be provided with bussing to school in the morning only. There will be NO bussing at any high school in the afternoon. Schools are unable to provide supervision of students before and after exams. Parents MUST make alternate arrangements for transporting their child(ren) home or make alternate supervision arrangements. Busses will NOT be running for report card pick-up.
Bussing During Exam Week

Busses will operate on their regular scheduled routes and times up to and including June 19th.

Effective Thursday, June 20th to Thursday, June 27th (inclusive) secondary students will be provided with bussing to school in the morning only. There will be NO bussing at any high school in the afternoon.

Schools are unable to provide supervision of students before and after exams. Parents MUST make alternate arrangements for transporting their child(ren) home or make alternate supervision arrangements.

Busses will NOT be running for report card pick-up.

25
Jun
Grade 7's visit
09
30
AM
26
Jun
Communications 12 Provincial Exam
09
00
AM
27
Jun
Report Card pick up
01
00
PM
27
Jun
Dry Grad gift handed out with report card
01
00
PM
28
Jun
Administrative Day (No School)
All Day
01
Jul
Canada Day (School Closed)
All Day
05
Jul
Last day before Summer holidays
08
30
AM
02
Sep
Labour Day (School Closed)
All Day
03
Sep
Non Instructional Day (No School)
All Day
04
Sep
First Day of School
09
00
AM
05
Sep
First day of Semester 1
08
50
AM
11
Sep
Teacher/Student Diversified Learning time begins
08
50
AM
13
Sep
Last day for course changes
All Day
20
Sep
School Photos
09
00
PM
27
Sep
Non Instructional Day (No School)
All Day
14
Oct
Thanksgiving Day (School Closed)
All Day
21
Oct
Grad Photos
All Day
24
Oct
School photo retakes
09
00
AM
25
Oct
Grad Photos
All Day
25
Oct
Non Instructional Day (No School)
All Day
11
Nov
Remembrance Day (School Closed)
All Day
19
Nov
Grad Photo Retakes
03
00
PM
29
Nov
Non Instructional Day (No School)
All Day
02
Dec
Christmas Hampers
All Day
21
Dec
Winter Break (School Closed)
All Day
27
Jan
Non Instructional Day (No School)
All Day
28
Jan
Semester two begins
All Day
07
Feb
Last day for course changes
All Day
17
Feb
Family Day (School Closed)
All Day
14
Mar
Spring Break (School Closed)
All Day