Calgary Board of Education Crescent Heights School
1019 - 1 Street N.W., Calgary AB T2M 2S2 | Grades 10-12; 9-12 TLC
t | 403-276-5521  e | crescentheights@cbe.ab.ca

 
 

Welcome to Crescent Heights High School

2015-2016 Course Registration

Click here to view the Crescent Heights High School Registration Website to access all the information on the 2015-2016 registration process.

Parent Teacher Interviews

The following is the schedule for Thursday March 19, 2015 Parent Interviews:

Period 1.  8:55 – 10:00

Period 2.  10:03 – 11:08

Period 3.  11:11 – 12:16

Lunch       12:16 – 12:51

Period 4.  12:51 – 1:56

Dismissal for students is at 1:56

Interview from 5 – 8 p.m. on March 19th.

Crescent Heights Cowboys' Century Ride

Click here to view infomration about the Crescent Heights Cowboys' Century Ride 2015 in support or the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation : Kids Helping Kids

Graduation Rings

Alberta Health | Vaccinations

As spring holidays approach, we know that many families have vacations planned, both within and outside of Canada. Travelling increases your family’s risk of exposure to many different diseases, including measles. Measles is a very real threat in many parts of the world, including as close to home as California, where a measles outbreak is currently ongoing. It is always important to ensure all your immunizations are up to date before you travel.
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Annual Alberta Education Accountability Pillar Survey

As an annual check-up on the education system, the Accountability Pillar provides an opportunity for Alberta Education and school authorities to ensure that we are equipping students for success.

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Calgary students sweep social media with mental health campaign

By Heather Yourex and Mia Sosiak Global News

 

A social media hashtag created by Calgary high school students to raise money and awareness about mental health has exploded across Canada.

 

The hashtag #CHHSLetsTalk began with a modest goal of raising a few hundred dollars, but has been trending nationwide since Monday.

 

Brett Rothery, a Crescent Heights High School student, helped launch the campaign.

 

Over the holidays, Rothery, 16, and a few friends, handwrote 1,400 Post-It notes carrying inspirational quotes and the #CHHSLetsTalk hashtag.

 

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Parent Access to Student Progress

 

D2L

As many of you are aware, the CBE now has a number of tools to help parents and students track and monitor their progress.  Teachers are using either HomeLogic or D2L technology to make marks available to students and parents  .  Please note, if teachers are using D2L as a marks program, you will not see their grades in Teacher Logic until the end of the term.  However, you can access student marks through D2L.  Parents can go online and access grades and login history. Parents have personal parent access by logging into the CBE MyAccount application https://webapps.cbe.ab.ca/myaccount/Account/LogOn and clicking on the D2L link. The site will provide access to student grades and login information.

HomeLogic

A parent portal called “HomeLogic” was recently introduced by the Calgary Board of Education. This online environment allows parents/legal guardians to check their child’s progress and attendance online throughout the school year. The specific information that can be viewed about your child is their attendance, schedule, transcript and demographics. In order to access HomeLogic it is important that the school have the parent’s/legal guardian’s current email address on file. Please email it to crescentheights@cbe.ab.ca. This is where your username and password will be emailed at the time of registration to HomeLogic. Once the school has your email address, please visit the website https://sirswebapps.cbe.ab.ca/homelogic. Click on the “New User?” prompt to create an account. Please note you will need your student’s CBE ID number to register as a new user.

 

All In for Youth

All In for Youth is a citywide initiative focused on school completion. Its goal is to reduce the high school dropout rate in Calgary by 50% by 2017. Developed by United Way of Calgary and Area, All In for Youth is guided by three principles: Keep youth in school, bring youth back and connect youth to continuing education.

International Student Program

We are excited that you have chosen to study with us at Crescent Heights High School located in the heart of the city, close to downtown. Our school has easy transportation access through either public transit or designated school buses.  We offer an outstanding program with ESL classes and full integration into all other courses.  Students will be enrolled in academic and complementary classes, i.e., Art, Foods, Computer Applications or Photography.  We accept students that are coming here for a short term visit or those that want to get a high school diploma and move onto a post-secondary institution.  If you have any questions please contact our International Advisor, Lorraine Chan at lochan@cbe.ab.ca.

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Students Leave a Mark on Crescent Heights

Recent grade 12 graduating students, Miranda C., Gloria T., and Sean R. wanted to leave a permanent mark at the school they have attended for the past three years. Very much involved with art, drama, music and sports at Crescent Heights, these busy teens designed and painted the pillar at "Cowboy Corner" as a tribute to athletics at Crescent Heights High and to highlight the diversity of programs at our dynamic school.

Student Centennial film project
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