SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES
Student Fees Sheet 2021-2022.pdf Copies are also available at the office
Above is the fees sheet that were handed out on the first day of school. Please note that not all fees are included on this sheet. Below are more fees that may occur.
There are no fees for any secondary courses. Students who
choose a project beyond the learning outcomes of a course may supply their own
materials or they may be charged for materials used to complete that project
(e.g. type of wood chosen for a woodworking project).
Deposits in the following areas are required. Upon return of
the calculator, the deposit is refunded.
- Math 12 graphical calculators $145
- External Credit Exams (Advanced Placement) $30 first exam, $20 second exam
A $10 charge for student services is used by secondary schools
for activities and assistance for all students. Examples include:
- Student Council activities, such as dances
- School wide events such as school spirit weeks
- Positive behaviour incentive programs that recognize student achievements
- Motivational speakers on topics such as accepting diversity and accepting
physical disabilities, leadership, and avoiding drinking and driving
- Student ID card
- Payment is required if participating in school sports (one-time only charge)
These opportunities are only made possible through the student
services account, and hence this charge must be paid before participation in
extra curricular activities.
Upon paying the $10 Student Services fee, students will
receive their student identification card. Photos for the card are done free of
Newsletters will be emailed free of charge to parents who
provide email addresses.
No copies will be mailed. It can also be accessed on the website https://www.sd57.bc.ca/school/chss/School%20Info/Newsletters/Pages/default.aspx
Students may choose to purchase a school yearbook for $35.
The yearbook is a student-produced annual record of people and events in and
around the school.
*March 4, 2022 is the deadline to order yearbooks. No purchases after this date. The school does not order extra yearbooks for sale.
Most schools with grade 12 students offer a valedictory
ceremony near year's end. The participation in such ceremonies is optional.
Students who wish to participate will be expected to pay the shared cost of such
a ceremony, which is $100. The grad fee for
exchange students is $50.
CHSS is committed to ensuring no student is denied an opportunity to participate school curricular and co-curricular activities as per Policy 5101.
If fees for curricular and co-curricular activities or programs present a financial hardship for your family, please contact CHSS Business Manager at 250-964-4431 to discuss options including: deferred payment, payment over time, partial waiver or full waiver of fees through a "Cougar Fund Application Form."