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Scholarships with April deadlines are now posted to the right under the scholarships tab. Students in grade 12 planning to go college or university next year are strongly encouraged to apply.
Hello Grades 10 and 11 Students and Families,
Next year, you will be entering either grades 11 or 12, depending on which grade you are in now. It is the time of the year to take a look at courses offered next year, and to select your preferences.
To the right, under Guidance - Course Selections, you will see a "Grade 11 Course Selection Planning Guide 2019-20" and a "Grade 12 Course Selection Planning Guide 2019-20". Please use these forms as a guide to select the courses you will take next year. To do this, you will also need to take a look at the booklet to the right titled "2019-2020 Course Selection Guide for Grades 11 and 12" to view the information needed to make your choices. All of the information needed is in this booklet. A hard copy of these forms and booklet will also be sent home with students on Thursday, February 28th.
We are asking that students and parents/guardians review these over March Break and work on a draft copy of their course preferences/selections.
After the March break, beginning on Tuesday, March 12th, students will have the opportunity to ask teachers, resource, guidance and administration questions to ensure proper completion of the forms. Teachers help students work on completing these in class the first week back.
students, there is a scholarship available for students planning to study
Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics at university next year.
The name of the scholarship is the Schulich Leadership Scholarship. You
will find more information and the application guidelines to the right, uncer the scholarships link, or in the guidance office.
DUE DATE to
Guidance office is Friday, January 11th, 2019
Dear Potential Grads,
The scholarship tips presentation is on Thursday during period 3. Please sign up for this meeting if you plan to attend college, university or a training program any time within the next couple of years. Also, please see, to the right, the Scholarships Tips Presentation powerpoint for information to review.
Attention Grade 12 Students,
Please see the link to the right under scholarships for the Loran Award. Deadline coming soon.
Hey STARS, be sure to go to chatterhigh.com and participate in the Chatterhigh Competiton. Last year, CNHS won the AAA division for NB and came second in Canada! Last year, 18 teachers, 30 parents and 309 students participated. Let's see if we can beat that this year! When we win, they send us $$$, so, let's go STARS!
Check out the powerpoint presentation to the right, called "Parent Guardian Info Presentation Oct. 4th". It is the presentation that Mrs. Albright and Mrs. Lord discussed at the information meeting last night. Thanks for coming and have a great year!
Grade 12 students will have their first meeting on Septemeber 18th, 2017. Students will receive a grade 12 blue packet with information to help grade 12 be a successful year. All documents in this folder are posted to the right of this blog. There is a letter to parents that outlines the meeting and all the documents. Students are reminded to book an appointment with guidance if they need any assistance or have any further questions. The Career Expo - AARAO Tour - is scheduled for Friday, September 22nd in the gym. This is an excellent opportunity for students to ask questions and make contacts with university and college representatives.
Scholarships with May deadlines are now posted to the right under the scholarships tab. Students in grade 12 planning to go college or university next year are strongly encouraged to apply.
Attention grade 11 students:
Anyone planning to apply to NBCC for September 2018 entry,
the application process opens up online at nbcc.ca this Saturday, April 1st.
However, students are allowed to request for their transcripts to be sent on
March 31st . To request transcripts to be sent, students must
stop by at the office to obtain a consent form to be signed by your
parents. This form must be returned to the office before your transcript
can be sent to NBCC.