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CPHS Students Raise $7600 In 30 Hour Famine

CPHS Students Raise $7600 In 30 Hour Famine

April 15, 2014 No Comments

After setting a goal of raising $4000, students at CPHS far surpassed the total gathering an impressive $7600 to support World Vision. The event included students at the school staying overnight on Friday, watching movies, and playing video games, volleyball, basketball, and even Twister. Huge thanks to Mr. Russell for his organization of the event, […]

CrossFit CPHS Hosts CrossFit NCR Head Coach Paul Tremblay

CrossFit CPHS Hosts CrossFit NCR Head Coach Paul Tremblay

April 10, 2014 No Comments

CrossFit CPHS recently hosted  the owner and Head Coach of CrossFit NCR in Ottawa, Paul Tremblay. Paul has been crossfitting since October 2011 and became a coach in  February 2012. He quickly established himself in the CrossFit  community by making it to the 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games with his  affiliate. His athletic background comes mainly from hockey. […]

30 Hour Famine to Run this Friday, April 11, 2014

30 Hour Famine to Run this Friday, April 11, 2014

April 9, 2014 No Comments

Students are reminded to have all forms and money returned to Mr. Russell by 2:00pm on Thursday, April 10th if they wish to participate in the 30 Hour Famine. The school runs the event on an annual basis and has raised thousands of dollars to support this important cause. Any questions should be directed to […]

Construction SHSM Attends Sens Workshop and Game at CTC

Construction SHSM Attends Sens Workshop and Game at CTC

April 9, 2014 No Comments

Recently, a group of Construction SHSM program students had an opportunity to take part in a Sens @ School Workshop. The event was hosted at Canadian Tire Centre. They listened to guest speakers from Tomlinson Construction, Senators Sports and Entertainment, and Morley Hoppner Group. They watched a video that gave them a behind the scenes […]

Subsidized Summer Jobs 2014

Subsidized Summer Jobs 2014

April 8, 2014 No Comments

The Canadian Career Academy (formerly located in Perth) now has opened an office in Carleton Place. Many local businesses have applied for subsidized summer students. Students must register with the Canadian Career Academy in order to qualify for any of these positions. A representative will be in the cafetorium during the lunch break on May […]

CPHS Reach for the Top Team Ends Regular Season with Another Impressive Day

CPHS Reach for the Top Team Ends Regular Season with Another Impressive Day

April 2, 2014 No Comments

April 1st, 2014 marked the last day of the regular season for the CPHS Senior Reach for the Top team. Flying in the face of traditional April Fool’s Day celebrations, the Trivia Bears put in a performance that was no joke. Upon arriving in Pembroke, with some family members along to provide moral support, the […]

Spring Volunteer Fair at CPHS on Tuesday April 15!

Spring Volunteer Fair at CPHS on Tuesday April 15!

April 1, 2014 No Comments

Carleton Place High School is opening its doors to invite local groups and organizations to attend the   Spring Volunteer Fair on Tuesday, April 15th  from 9 – 11 am. The Volunteer Fair provides students from grade 8 to grade 12, who attend CPHS, the chance to learn about the “Importance of Community Volunteerism” and meet […]

CPHS Yearbook Order Form Now Available, Must Pre-Order by May 1st

CPHS Yearbook Order Form Now Available, Must Pre-Order by May 1st

April 1, 2014 No Comments

Any students interested in ordering a copy of this year’s Yearbook can do so by downloading the order form here. Books must be pre-ordered by May 1st, 2014, by bringing the order form and payment to the main office.  The books will be given out in June. Please note, like last year, the Yearbook will […]

Breaking Rock to “dig” the past

Breaking Rock to “dig” the past

March 26, 2014 No Comments

Students of Mrs. Mortimer’s Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology class are getting hands-on experience as they learn about past cultures and our earliest ancestors. Through presentations by Senior Archaeologists Ben Mortimer of Paterson Group and Brad Drouin of Golder and Associates, students gained an understanding of these career paths, how one interprets site formation processes, and most […]

Grade 10 Literacy Test (OSSLT) Tomorrow, Thursday, March 27th

Grade 10 Literacy Test (OSSLT) Tomorrow, Thursday, March 27th

March 26, 2014 No Comments

A final reminder to students in grade 10 and their parents / guardians that the mandatory literacy will be written tomorrow.  It is very important that students attend because successful completion of the test is part of the graduation requirements in Ontario. For more information about the test, please visit this Prezi put together by […]

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