School News


Jr. Volleyball 2018-19

Come on out & cheer on our Jr. Girls & Boys this weekend September 28 & 29th.  First game starts Friday @ 1:00 pm in the CRC. You can find the tournament schedule here: Schedule

Sr. JV Volleyball

Come on out & cheer on our Sr. JV Girls & Boys this weekend September 14 & 15th.  First game starts Friday @ 1:00 pm in the CRC. You can find the tournament schedule here GO HAWKS!

Vet-U-Can at U of Calgary on Sept. 29 & 30

So you want to be a Veterinarian? Come experience veterinary medicine for yourselves! The University of Calgary's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine will open its doors to the public during our biennial open house called Vet-U-Can 2018. This two day event is…

GIFT – Girls in Film and Television

This is a brand new, not-for-profit organization from Edmonton, whose mission is to provide teen girls with experience and knowledge in film production, in an effort to ensure better representation of girls and women on screen and behind the camera.Following…

Post-Secondary Fair

WHAT: POST-SECONDARY FAIR WHERE: LCI HIGH SCHOOL IN LETHBRIDGE WHEN: OCT. 17 TIME: 6-8:30 P.M. DETAILS: Representatives from more than 50 colleges & universities from across Canada and the US, plus local training institutions will be on hand.


Parents, students & staff please join Parent Council for a welcome to CCHS breakfast. When:    8:00am - 9:00am         Where:   CRC                                                                                                                            …

$1000 Tuition Credit for Ag Program at Lethbridge College

NEW Agricultural Enterprise Management Program  Any students who are considering the Fall 2018 intake of Lethbridge College’s NEW Agricultural Enterprise Management (AEM) program, Lethbridge College is offering a $1,000 tuition credit to every confirmed…

Alexander Rutherford scholarship application online

The online application for Alexander Rutherford is online. You can apply through the Students Finance System (SFS) on the Student Aid Alberta website. To find out more about what you need to apply, visit:

Grade 11 Merit Award

Grade 11 students can apply for the University of Lethbridge Grade 11 Merit Scholarships, which entitles students with a 75 – 79.9% average with $500 towards U of L tuition and those students with an 80% or above average a total of $800 towards U of…

June Exam Schedule

June 2018 Exam Schedule  

Benjamin Bloom $2500 (US) Student Scholarship

Guidelines: Your essay should be between 2000-2500 words. Your essay should be on any one of the topics mentioned on the website. Students can submit more than one essay on different topics. Final essay should be emailed at…

2018-19 Course Registration

Student's grade 9-11 should now have received their course registration forms for 2018-19. If you did not receive a form please stop by the office to pick one up. All forms need to be returned by Friday, May 4th.

2018 Health Academy program for Grades 10-12

2018 Health Academy program for Grades 10-12

Encounters with Canada

Encounters With Canada is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, share your hopes…

$1500 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to Canadian high school students in Grade 12 who are planning to enroll in an agriculture, food science or culinary program. If you have applied to college or university but have not been accepted, you can still apply for…

ATCO Indigenous Education Awards Program

ATCO provides financial awards to Canadian First Nation, Inuit and Metis students who demonstrate leadership and commitment in their quest for higher education.  Money available - $500 - Merit awards for students completing Grades 10-12 (including…

University of Calgary Admission requirement CHANGES for Fall 2019

The University of Calgary recently announced a series of admission changes that will be in effect for the Fall of 2019. Psychology (BA) English 30-1 Math 30-1 or Math 30-2 Three approved courses at the 30-level Psychology (BSc), Economics, Geography…

Lethbridge College Awards Application now open!

This year, Lethbridge College students will receive over $1 million in scholarships and awards. With just one online application, you can apply for all of the awards and scholarships that you qualify for at Lethbridge College. A few minutes of your time…

$2500 Stacey Levitt Memorial Award

The Stacey Levitt Memorial Award was created in memory and celebration of Stacey’s life by her family through Parachute. This annual high school studentaward encourages Canadian youth to embody Stacey’s qualities and ideals and Parachute’s overarching…

Virtual Reality Conference Opportunity for Grade 12

Lethbridge College is hosting their first Virtual Reality Conference this spring. During this conference, there is a unique opportunity for Grade 12 students to attend the face to face session, with industry from across the province showcasing the exciting…

Skills Hairstyling PD Opportunity for students

This opportunity will be offered by Lethbridge's Purely Inspired. DATE: MARCH 12 TIME: STUDENTS 12:30-2:30 More details to come!

Life's Challenges

Feb 27th & 28th Dwayne Peace presentation: Life's Challenges in Secondary Schools Parent Session 6:30 -9 pm on the 28th. Letter & form can be found here.

Student-for-a-day at Lethbridge College - Now Open!

Are your students curious about what it’s like to study at Lethbridge College? Our Student for a Day program will help them decide whether or not both our school and programs are right for them.If your student is in grade 11 or higher, we’ll pair…


Good afternoon,  NO BUSES running tomorrow (Friday, February 9th). Please see the Palliser website for the District Notice.

John Wark Basketball

CCHS Annual John Wark Basketball Tournament has been cancelled due to weather Friday, February 9th & Saturday, February 10th. Thank you and stay safe!  


Parents please join us in the CRC on Tuesday, February 6th @ 10:00 am for a presentation by Tad Milmine entitled "Bullying Ends Here"

U of L and SAIT Open Houses

U of L Open House is on FEB. 3.  Register here: SAIT Open House is on FEB. 10.  More info here:

U of L Awards application open and due March 15

Steps to apply online: Log in to the Bridge Enter uLethbridge student ID number and PIN Click on ‘Registrar’s Office & Student Services’ Click on ‘Apply for Awards’ Complete the application for High School Entrance Awards and Leadership Awards…

Alberta Innovates Heritage Youth Researcher Summer (HYRS) Program

The Alberta Innovates Heritage Youth Researcher Summer (HYRS) Program is designed for motivated Grade 11 students in Alberta high schools to gain first-hand experience with biomedical and health research, and to introduce them to career opportunities…

$19,400 Metis and Non-Status Indian Bursary Program

Are you interested in pursuing a profession that helps individuals, families, groups and communities? Do you have a passion for assisting people in enhancing their personal and collective well-being? A career in the social services field might be right…

$5000 Easy Money Scholarship

Enter the #EasyMoneyScholarship Contest presented by yconic and Scotiabank for your chance to win one (1) of three (3) $5,000 cash prizes. No essays.  No grade requirements. Simply enter your info and share with your friends.  That's it! Deadline:…

January Exam Schedule

Please make sure that you check out your exam schedule here.

Lethbridge College Open House - Feb. 10

Take a tour of campus, get to know your instructors, learn about programs and student services, apply on the spot, and so much more. Register and attend Open House on Feb. 10 to enter the draw to win a $1,500 tuition credit. Anyone who is interested…

RCMP's Depot Youth Camp

“K” Division is once again proud to be participating in the RCMP’s Depot Youth Camp held in Regina, Saskatchewan for August of 2018. Applications are open to students that are 16 – 19 years of age who are currently enrolled in high schools throughout…


Do you dream of being a doctor but medical school seems out of reach? If you have the brains, passion and dedication to pursue it, a career in medicine is within your grasp. The Cumming School of Medicine has designed the new Pathways to Medicine Scholarship program…

$350 John Hasselfield Endowment Foundation Scholarship Program

APPLICANT CRITERIA1. Be a student presently enrolled in an Alberta public school.2. Provide a written essay (approximately 500 words) outlininga. How and when the funds will be used?b. What you have contributed financially or in other ways toward your…

Jr. Basketball Tournament 2018

Come out and cheer on our Jr. Boys & Girls basketball teams January 12th & 13th. Schedule of games can be found here Boys & Girls. Go HAWKS!!


CCHS Hawk Clothing

We still have some items of clothing for sale.  If you are interested please check out our clothing link.

Journalist for a Day competition

Rock the Diploma exam prep

Rock the Diploma prep program is offered both online and in class in both Lethbridge and Calgary to help Grade 12 students get ready for their diploma exams. Past students have really benefited from this program.  To view the schedule, location and…

$3,000 Woodman White & Associates Scholarship

This scholarship is for those students pursuing education in the field of Business Management with an emphasis in Accounting. To learn more visit:

$28,000 Terry Fox Humanitarian Award

This award is looking for applicants who have experienced or overcome what others might consider an insurmountable obstacle, yet are determined and dedicated to helping others. The Award is highly competitive and they consider the most suitable candidate…

STEAM Horizon $25,000 Award

Are you often described as a leader, an achiever, or an innovator? Do you have limitless drive, ambition, and determination? If so, there’s an opportunity to receive a $25,000 prize towards your post-secondary education. Visit:

$50,000 Burger King Scholarship

Applying for the Burger King Scholarship is relatively straight forward. Here are a few requirements for submitting your Burger King Application: Applicants must- Be living in the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico Be graduating high school seniors…

$100,000 Canada's Luckiest Student Prize

Requirements: Students need to sign up with the Student Life Network in order to apply for this prize bundle.  Visit:

House of Commons Page Program

Every year, House of Commons Pages are selected from high schools to work in the House of Commons, while pursuing their university degree in Ottawa. Selected candidates will be awarded a one-year work contract to begin in late August 2018.  They will…

Introduction to Ironworking

Introduction to Ironworking

Forum for Young Canadians

Are you interested in learning about government, democracy and citizenship? Are you a Canadian student in high school between the ages of 15 - 19? If so this opportunity is for you! Take part in a life changing experience behind the scenes of Canadian…

RAP Information Night 2017

RAP Information Night 2017

Parent Council

Here is the parent council executive for the 2017-18 year: Chairperson - Stacey Tharle Vice-Chairperson - Donna Bertschy Secretary– Wendy Gateman Treasurer– Geri Budd Community Member– Kim Sansome Teacher Rep.– Kim Wouters  

Parent/Teacher Interviews

Parents please book your interviews online for our upcoming interviews October 18th & 19th 4:00-7:00 pm. Here is the web address for online booking. Instructions for booking interviews.

Get the Rockband Rocking with Foreigner!

Our CCHS Rockband is in a contest on CJOC to play with Foreigner.  Everyone please vote for our school band on  We are entry #3 and the deadline to get your vote in is October 5th.Vote now!!

$70,000 TD Scholarships for Community Leadership

Twenty TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school (outside Quebec) or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community. Each scholarship has a value of up to $70,000…

Learn & Earn Scholarship Program - Due Sept. 30, 2017

Learn & Earn is a 10-month matched savings program helping youth learn how to save, plan for their future career, and get enrolled in post-secondary education or trades programs. Successful recipients will develop a mentoring relationship with branch…

Post-Secondary Fair in Lethbridge

Jostens Rings

Grade 12's come out Thursday, September 21 to order your Jostens grad ring.

2017 Maclean's University Rankings

Having trouble picking a college or university to attend? Check out Maclean's annual university rankings of which universities offer the best programs, sports programs, etc.

Welcome Back Breakfast!

Parent Council will be hosting a continental breakfast Friday, September 15th 8-8:30 am in the CRC. Parents & students please come join the staff of CCHS and meet our new Principal Mr. Marty Leach.


Lifetouch photography will be at County Central High School for school photos on Monday, September 11th.

Post-Secondary Open Houses

POST-SECONDARY OPEN HOUSES SCHOOL DATE and TIME WHERE SAIT October 27 & 28 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Irene Lewis Atrium NAIT Oct. 13 & 14 Main Campus U of A October 21 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Butterdome U of C September 30 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. MacEwan Hall Register at…

$1000 Scholarship

To the best of your ability, complete a 800 - 1,200 word article discussing how online learning is changing the traditional educational model of learning and what the future of education might look like.Some of the questions you can try to answer are:…

$10,000 Scholarship

Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship Program - Receive up to $10,000 for post-secondary studies (85 scholarships to be awarded across Canada) Qualifications: - Be graduating high school with plans to go to post-secondary next fall - Demonstrate critical…

Health Academy, August 8-11, Lethbridge

CAREERS: The Next Generation has partnered with Alberta Health Services, Lethbridge College, the University of Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat College to offer a four-day interactive, educational and unique summer camp opportunity for students interested…

Two $1000 Vulcan County Agricultural Services Bursaries still up for grabs

Vulcan County Agricultural Services Bursary OBJECTIVE: To encourage Vulcan County high school students to choose a career in agricultural or environmental sciences, and to financially assist them while attending an agricultural or agricultural science…

Axia $1000 Scholarship

Graduating students can earn the chance to win a $1000 contribution to their future. Enter The Future Starts Now Scholarship competition at: and tell them, "How you think technology will effect your big plans for the future?" Submissions…

Gr. 12 Intro to Banking

Monday, June 5th Grade 12 students please come out and join the ATB for lunch & learn some banking tips. You could even win a Blue Tooth Speaker!


Wear Red to celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday!


Please join CCHS athletes May 5 & 6 for their annual Star Trek Baseball, Slo-Pitch & Rugby tournaments. You can find tournament schedules here: GO HAWKS!!

Education Announcement

Please find attached a letter from Education Minister Eggen regarding announcement of legislation to reduce school fees. The URL is  On the division website we added information about the existing Palliser…


Christmas Dinner

Thank you Parent Council, parents, staff and community members for organizing County Central High School’s 11th Annual Christmas Dinner. Students, staff and special guests were extremely appreciative of the delicious dinner that was served.    

CCHS Food Bank Donations

Way to go Hawks!! Please check out the Vulcan Advocate news story on the donation staff and students made to the Vulcan County Food Bank. Article

Homestay Family

Palliser Regional Schools is looking for homestay families in southern Alberta for our International Student Program, to provide our students opportunities to deepen their appreciation for and understanding of other cultures. One of the great benefits…

Monster VB 2016

Come out and cheer on our teams during the annual Monster Smash Volleyball tournament. You can find a schedule of games here. Monster Smash 2016 GO HAWKS GO!!

CSLC 2016

County Central High students pose for school photo in Edmunston, NB.

Sr. JV VB Tournament

Come out and cheer on our Sr. High JV teams as they host their annual JV tournament September 16 & 17. You can find a schedule of games here: Go Hawks!!

Supply Lists

You can find County Central Student supply lists under documents then supply list. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, September 6th. CCHS Staff

GRAD 2016

Congratulations class of 2016 the "World Awaits"

Axia Scholarship Available

Axia is awarding one Grade 12 student from our school with a scholarship valued at up to $2500. Click on this link to find out more information including how you can apply!!  All entries must be submitted to before June 22nd…

BreAnn Wyatt off to Spain as part of student exchange

  BreAnn Wyatt is off on her first visit to Spain but don’t expect the Palliser Regional Schools’ student to be lining up for many sight-seeing tours during her stay. The Grade 11 student from Vulcan’s Country Central High School (CCHS) will be…

County Central High School athletics gain exposure - vTV collaborates with Palliser school for live-stream viewing opportunity

  VULCAN - County Central High School is looking for greater exposure for its athletics program. The online television network, vTV, wishes to increase community content and engagement. The result is live stream coverage of the John Wark Memorial Basketball…

County Central Leadership Class Featured on "A Public Education"

Miss Thompson's Leadership class is being featured on the upcoming episode of "A Public Education".  We are very proud of the work these students have done to make a lasting impact on our school. Thanks for making a difference!!  Click here to watch…

Suicide Alertness Training

The Vulcan Suicide Prevention Steering Committee is hosting a suicide alertness training session to anyone in the community, ages 16+, who would like to learn about how to help someone who is feeling suicidal.  This training session will be held at…

Palliser Beyond Borders

Happy New Year to students, parents and Palliser colleagues. Palliser Beyond Borders have some new updates as they start the new year, wind down semester 1 and prepare for semester 2. Click here for more information.  


Information Sessions about Palliser Beyond Borders

Thursday January 7th at County Central High School 5:30 - 6 pm general information session about courses and online learning for current or students inquiring about Palliser Beyond Borders 6 - 6:30 pm - parent and students can meet one on one with staff…

Kin Canada Bursary

$1000 Kin Canada Bursary - Harold Rogers Endowment Fund. Eligibility:  Canadian citizen, plan to register as a full-time student in the fall of 2016, high ideals and qualities of citizenship. DUE: Feb. 1, 2016 Visit:…

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award

WHAT: Terry Fox Humanitarian Award WHO: Grade 12 students involved in humanitarian work with a satisfactory academic standing. HOW MUCH: $7,000 per year DUE: Feb. 1, 2016 VISIT:

TD Scholarship

WHAT: TD Scholarship WHO: Students in Grade 12 who have demonstrated leadership in their community HOW MUCH: Up to $10,000 for tuition per year PLUS $7,500/year for living expenses DUE: Nov. 27, 2015 VISIT:

Haunted Hallway

Friday October 30th the student council is running a haunted hallway. It will be held in the Palliser meeting room, and classes will be called down when it's your turn. Also please remember to dress up in your Halloween costume! Be there or be scared!"

CSLC 2015

Four County Central students, along with Mrs. Wouters and Mrs. Povey, attended the Canadian Student Leadership Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia from Sept. 21-26th. This amazing group excitedly represented their school, their district, and their province…

Palliser Beyond Borders

Dear Students and Parents: Welcome back to the 2015-16 academic year. Please note following information for students who are continuing with Palliser Beyond Borders or for students who are joining us this year: Registration for all Palliser Students…

Jr. Golf Club Championship Tournament

Junior Golf Club Championship Tournament on Friday, September 18 at 1:00 pm at the Vulcan Golf Course.  Ages 9-17 Please register at the Golf Course by phone or in person if you plan on participating.

Loran Scholarships valued up to $100,000

Up to 30 available Loran Awards and valued up to $100,000 over four years.  Loran Scholars may pursue studies at the following universities: U of A, UBC, U of C, Dalhousie, Guelph, King's, Laval, McGill, McMaster and so on.  Eligibility: 85% average,…

Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship

The $5,000 Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship is for Gr. 12 students who demonstrate financial need. Other eligibility requirements include:  community involvement, perseverance and integrity, and minimum average of 65%.  Visit…

Report paints picture of growing literacy culture Palliser publication shares timely info to prevent summer reading loss

Palliser Regional Schools is committed to reporting to its stakeholders information about the educational programs and services being offered to the students we serve. To that end, the Board of Trustees of Palliser Regional Schools is pleased to present…

Hawk Talk 2K15

High school students in Leadership class held a school wide conference in order to get feedback about what the student body wants to STOP, KEEP and what NEW IDEAS they have to improve the school.  The leadership class gathered the results and they are…

The CCHS Leadership Class Plants Flowers With Communities in Bloom.

On May 20th, the CCHS senior high leadership class joined the local Communities in Bloom organization to plant flowers by the welcome signs at the main entrance to town.  Thanks to Communities in Bloom for providing us the opportunity to give back to…

Palliser Regional Schools Invites You to Continue A Community Conversation

The Board of Trustees of Palliser Regional Schools invites you to an afternoon of conversation about school success, building on the ideas stakeholders from across our division raised at “A Community Conversation” in 2012. At that unprecedented meeting…

Superintendent's Message

Collaboration is a powerful thing.    As you know, on Monday, April 20th, students had a day off from school so our teachers and administrative assistants could attend a professional development day. For many parents, the mention of “PD” sparks…

County Central Art Students are the Artists of the Month at Vulcan County Office

County Central High School art students are the featured artists of the month for Vulcan County.  Go on in and check out the amazing talents that our students are displaying for the month of May.  

Spirit Week

Miss Thompson's leadership class will be holding a spirit week this week.  Show your school spirit by dressing up for each of the following days: Monday, May 4: Jersey Day Tuesday, May 5: Twin Day Wednesday, May 6:Pink Day Thursday, May 7: 80's Day

Sgt. Tom's Top 5 Online Safety Tips

This is a summary of the top 5 safety tips that Sgt. Tom Rich shared at our STOPIT rally.  Check them out.  

The Grey Cup Comes to CCHS

Some of the Calgary Stampeders, and the Grey Cup, came to CCHS and spoke to our students.  They shared some stories and allowed us to pose with them and the Cup.  Thanks to Jack Fulton for organizing it.   Check out the pictures from Mason Dodds and…

Jr. High Students Attend Leadership Conference

On April 23, several students from our junior high leadership team attended the student leadership conference at Wilson Middle School.  Check out the video from Global News where some of our students can be seen taking part in the conference.   Click…

Our School In The News... StopIt App Launch Begins

Here is the CTV coverage of the launch of our STOP!T app. 

Vulcan Community Meeting - Monday, April 20th, 6:30 to 7:30 pm in the CRC - County Central High School

In collaboration with several community partners, including Palliser Regional Schools, a decision was made to hold a community forum at the CRC commencing at 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Monday, April 20th.   This community meeting, for PARENT/GUARDIANs only, has…

STOP!T App and Student Rally Coming to CCHS To Help Stop Cyberbullying

We are excited to announce that our school has enrolled with STOPit! This innovative new program promotes positive school culture, teaches our community about online safety, and provides all students with free access to the STOPit mobile app. Your child…

Battle of the Hawks

On Thursday, April 2 "Battle of the Hawks - Mission Possible" begins.  All students are expected to participate and we encourage everyone to wear their Hawks shirts.  Every participant earns Hawk points.  The winning Hawk group will receive a prize…

Senior High Girls Head to "World of Choices"

Do you know what it takes to get the career of your dreams? Meet successful women who have been there and can tell you how! On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at Foothills Centennial Center in Okotoks, 16 of our high school girls will celebrate the World…

Drama Production - "A Pirate's Life for Me"

The CCHS Drama Club presents "A Pirate's Life for Me". Show times are March 26th and March 27th @ 7:00 pm.  Dessert served at intermission. Tickets: $7 advance, $10 at the door.     The Dinner Theatre (in conjunction with Parent Council) will be @…

Palliser Beyond Borders Offers Online Learning Summer 2015

  Need 5 credits? Need to upgrade your marks? Want to take courses in the summer so you have the prerequisites for your fall registration at your school? Need to prepare for the World of work? Perhaps summer school is the thing for you then.  Click…

Palliser's Student Leadership Conference

Palliser Regional Schools is hosting its inaugural Student Leadership Conference, to be held at the Abundant Life Church in Calgary on March 20.  The keynote speaker is Mr. Sheldon Kennedy, former NHLer, who will be sharing his story about his struggles…

Singing Workshop Being Offered by Tamara Beatty - Voice Coach Consultant on NBC's "The Voice".

Tamara Beatty, a former student of CCHS, is hosting a singing workshop for any singers (solo, choir singers, singer/songwriters, & shower singers) who would like to improve their singing performance.  Among Tamara's many accomplishments, she is most…

Regional Stakeholder Meetings with the Board

Please join the Palliser Board of Trustees for an evening of information sharing. Palliser Regional Schools Board of Trustees and Central Office administration invite you to learn more about our division. Incorporated in 1995, Palliser has changed a…

Important Information From Health Services re: Measles

Here is a letter from Alberta Health Services of which everyone should be aware in regards to measles. (This information was also included in our February newsletter.)      

Parent Council’s Fundraising Society, “Friends of CCHS” is Putting on a Raffle

CCHS Parent Council’s Fundraising Society, “Friends of CCHS” is putting on a raffle this year as their annual fundraiser to support school programs.  Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased from the school office or via this website:…


Solar Park Design Winners Announced

In October 2014, CCHS students were challenged with the task of submitting design entries for Vulcan's upcoming Solar Park.  This  joint venture by Lethbridge College, the Town of Vulcan, and CCHS challenged students to apply their understanding of…

CCHS Band Hosts Annual Christmas Concert

On Thursday, December 18, 2014, CCHS hosted its annual band concert.  The event was kicked off by the Rock Band who were the prelude to the concert.  The first band to perform was the Junior Concert Band, the Senior Concert Band (as pictured below),…

County Central Student's Artwork Featured on Palliser's Christmas Card

County Central High School student Chesley Baptiste was honored by having her artwork featured on Palliser's Christmas card for 2014.  Click here to go to Palliser's story and video about this exciting event.    

Holiday Travel Letter for Parents

Please see the attached letter from Alberta Health Services regarding holiday travel.

Santa Comes to CCHS

Santa and his helpers arrived to CCHS today as part of our student council's Christmas activities.  Be on the look out for Snowman floats, a fun carnaval, and candy cane sales all coming up.

Miss Seaman Receives Athletic Director Certification

Congratulation to Miss Seaman for achieving her certificate showing she has achieved her Canadian Athletic Director Certification.  Way to go, Miss Seaman!  We are proud of you!

Richardson Pioneer Gives $15000 to our Take A Seat Campaign

Richardson Pioneer graciously donated a generous $15,000 to our Take A Seat Campaign.  This helps put us closer to our target!   Thanks Richardson Pioneer!

Excellence in Teaching Award Nominations Now Being Accepted

The 2015 Excellence in Teaching Awards program is now open and accepting nominations for outstanding teachers and principals.  These annual awards, now in the 27th year, provide Albertans with an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the many contributions…

Literacy Information and Supports

Very soon, parent letters will be going home with those students in grades 7-10 who have been tested with our Fountas and Pinnell (F&P) reading assessment. These letters will be informing parents about which grade level their child is currently reading…

CCHS Students Take Silver Medal in Annual Cardboard Boat Race Competition

Our CCHS team (Lyndsey Pearson, Amy Brandley, Ryan Maisey & Logan Nelson) won silver in the annual Cardboard Boat Race, hosted by Career Transitions.  Way to go Hawks!!

Community Helpers Workshop

After a nomination process by CCHS students, roughly 30 students were identified by their peers as being an especially helpful, caring and supportive member of the school.  We know that being a helper isn't always easy, however, and even with the best…

Annual Terry Fox Run in Honour of Erin Hyslip

Last year, we ran our annual Terry Fox run as Team Erin to support CCHS alumnus Erin Hyslip with her fight with cancer.  This year, we sadly ran in her memory as she unfortunately lost her battle with this horrible disease this summer. While Erin's…

Students Off To National Leadership Conference

Four grade twelve students (Kasselle, Clarissa, Ryan, & Garrett), along with Mrs. Wouters & Mrs. Povey, are off to the Canadian Student Leadership Conference being held in Kelowna from September 23rd-28th.

Fred Fox Visits CCHS

Fred Fox was in the CCHS house on Friday, September 19th, inspiring us to take up where his brother Terry left off. We will be running in memory of Erin Hyslip this year (on Friday, September 26th) and keeping her and Terry in our hearts as we do so!

Grad 2014

County Central High School would like to wish congratulations to the grads of 2014.  We wish you all the best in your future endeavours and thank you all for all you've done for CCHS over the years!!

"A Public Education"

During our recent Gr. 8/9 health conference held on March 12, 2014 Erv Fehr from Shaw TV joined our school for the day.  Erv filmed many events and interviewed staff and students.  The story is now ready to air on Global Lethbridge Saturday, March…

Gold Medal

Congratulations to Grace Coffey, Jelena Dumka, Jared Palanuik, Spencer Schneider and coach Mike Inaba on winning gold at the Southern Alberta Curling Association tournament.

Take a Seat!

The "Take a Seat" campaign enables you to celebrate your family name, honour a loved one or simply show your support for your ongoing improvement of community facilities. Click here for our seat order form.


Palliser Bus App

Palliser’s free bus status app now available The arrival of winter weather inevitably brings cold, snowy mornings that leave many Palliser families wondering whether school buses are running late or running at all. Keeping tabs on the school buses…