Wednesday March 29 at 6:30 in the BRHS Gym
This is a copy of our Accountability Pillar Report. It is a combined 3-year report that is written by each school in Alberta. Please read this information to be informed about our school.
Junior and senior high students may apply to become members of the Minister’s Youth Council. Deadline to apply is May 5, 2017. Click the 'Read More' button to apply today.
The staff and students of Beaverlodge Regional High School welcome you to our school!!! If you have any questions please call the school at 780-354-2189 for an administrator!
Thank you to all of our school council members this school year! Your help and input was greatly appreciated. There will be one more meeting this year: Tuesday, April 4th @5:30pm
To learn about the successes of our students, teachers and programs, click the 'Read More' button.
We will be doing monthly newsletters this year to keep everyone in the loop. Check back here for things that are happening here at BRHS! Click the read more for our latest newsletter!
Through their schools, students and their parents are invited to the evening CAREER Showcase of Skilled Trades and Health Fair, presented by CAREERS: The Next Generation. This event will enable students and their family the opportunity to learn about skilled trades, apprenticeship, health and related careers. This is an ideal opportunity for our youth to research the many viable career and education opportunities and hopefully, leave knowing they can make an informed decision about their future. The Exhibitors objectives at the CAREER Showcase: • Share information about health and skilled trades, related industries, and opportunities for employment.
• Make skilled trade and health career education relevant to Junior and Senior High School students.
• Provide students and their families networking opportunities with trade and health-related employers, professional associations and post-secondary institutions.
• Connecting students to potential apprenticeship opportunities.
• Demonstration and hands-on involvement to help motivate students on exploring the trade further.
Connecting our past to our future.
Registration deadline: Thursday, April 27, 2017
Event will take place on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at Teresa Sargent Hall, Montrose Cultural CentreMore information is available on the Northern Alberta Heritage School Fair website: http://www.pc-hs.ca
Reasons to attend...• Amazing sessions by awesome presenters• Pancakes made by the 3D pancake printer• A robot/coding 'playroom'• Google swag- each participant gets their own Google Cardboard! • Demo Slam fun!• Amazing keynote speakers• EdTechTeam Press bookstore• Amazing food from Marlene (The Lunch Bag)