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Pre-registration for Current Students
All current AHS students are invited to pre-register for September classes. Speak with your guidance counselor about an education plan and to select courses. Details are on handouts available at school and an email was sent to school Gmail accounts.
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Whats Out There fair
What's Out There? fair at AHS
On May 3, come to the Cafeteria and Gym anytime between 10:30 and 12:45 to learn about post-secondary schools, job opportunities and local community agencies. Over 50 vendors are coming to AHS for the fair!
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Summer School 2023
OCDSB and its partners are offering summer courses. Click Read More for details and then contact your Guidance counselor for registration.
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Photo Day for Graduates
Picture Day for Graduates
Edge Imaging will be here APRIL 14 to take graduation photos! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be featured in the class composite and leave your legacy in the hallways of AHS for years to come! Click Read More for details on how to reserve your time-slot.
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Daily Help with Homework
Tuesdays through Thursdays, there are free online sessions for help with homework from 4:00pm to 7:00pm offered by OCDSB! Also, Adult High School has Homework Club running daily during lunch time and after school 3 days per week. Click Read More for all the details.
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Spring Open Houses
Post Secondary Open Houses
Spring open houses are planned by Algonquin College, Carleton University and University of Ottawa. Some are in person and some are virtual. (Other schools do this too). Click Read More!
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Black History Month
Black Excellence and History Month
February is Black History month in Canada where we celebrate culture, history and achievements of Black Canadians past and present! Click Read More to explore further!
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Semester 2 welcome
Welcome to Semester 2
In-person classes begin Wednesday February 1 at 8:30am. Contact a Guidance counselor if you are interested in Night School registration.
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Semester 2 Registration
Registration is from 9:00 until noon Jan 25, 26 or 27. New students must bring $80, identification for status in Canada, proof of Ottawa address, transcript(s), and date of arrival to Canada. Click Read More for details!
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Mental Health and Well Being
January 25 is our national day for Mental Health and Well Being with many opportunities and resources for students, teachers, individuals and families. Click Read More for details.
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Timetable changes
Semester 2 Timetables
Check your school Gmail account after December 5 for a message from AHS with your Semester 2 timetable. Book an appointment with your counselor for any course changes you may need. Click Read More for details!
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Remembrance Day
Remembrance Days Nov 8 and Nov 11
Lest We Forget. Aboriginal Veterans Day is Nov 8 and Remembrance Day is Nov 11. We silently and respectfully remember those who have served Canada, especially those that have lost their lives. To learn more, click Read More.
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Treaty Week in Ontario
The first week of November is Treaties Recognition Week in Ontario. We are all treaty people although most of us do not know that. Click Read More to learn what this means!
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Photo Day
Photo Day
October 24 is Photo Day at AHS. All new students have their photo taken for a Student Card. Click read More for places you can use your Student Card!
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Orange Shirt Day
September 30 is Orange Shirt Day and also the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to commemorate and remember residential school survivors as well as to learn of the impacts those schools had on First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Click Read More for details.
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OCDSB Cares - An anonymous reporting tool for students
This September, the OCDSB is launching the OCDSB Cares anonymous reporting tool in secondary schools. OCDSB Cares is a reporting tool for students looking to share concerns about the health, well-being and safety of themselves or others - anonymously.
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2021-2022 Student Recognition Awards
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Student Recognition Awards celebrate excellence in student leadership. Congratulations to this year’s recipient from Adult High School, Jacqui Leroux!
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