Virtual Football Meeting for New Grade 10 Students
Discovering Choices | Start Outreach – Bowness and Westbrook Outreach Programs
Summer Update and Reminders for Families | June 15, 2022
Accessing Online Report Cards through MyCBE
RTHS 2022 - Diploma Regulations
Please see attached document with detailed information. Please note Regular Program classes end on June 16th and Learning Program classes end on June 28th.
Robert Thirsk High School is located in the NW community of Arbour Lake. The school opened its doors in 2013 and is named after the acclaimed Canadian astronaut, and member of the Order of Canada, Dr. Robert Thirsk, who is a graduate of the CBE. Our school moto of Personalizing, Connecting and Thriving, is the core to everything that we do at Robert Thirsk High School. I began my journey at Robert Thirsk High School in 2014 as a Science and Grade 10 Learning Leader, I then spent some time as an Assistant Principal at a large middle school before returning to RTHS as an Assistant Principal in the winter of 2018. I am honoured to now have the opportunity to continue to grow and support the amazing RTHS learning community as Principal. The school enrolment at RTHS is approximately 1200 students from 10-12, with 15% of the student population identifying as English Language Learners (ELL) and 28% as Special Education learners. We have an extensive Advanced Placement (AP) program that offers AP courses in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, English Language Arts, Social Studies and Art. Additionally, we have a Culinary Arts program, Work Experience program and Dual Credit offerings that allow students to pursue work related experiences throughout their high school programming. Our International student program has grown tremendously, with students choosing to study for a single semester, a full year or the entirety of their high school program at Robert Thirsk. Currently, we have International students from over 15 different countries. We provide a flexible learning environment for all students with a daily Focus period integrated into the schedule to provide students with the opportunity for additional support, credit recovery and enrichment. Our assessment and reporting is aligned with the High School Proficiency Scale, with students receiving assessment feedback based on outcome achievement specific to each Program of Study. This has allowed students and teachers to clearly identify areas of need, areas of growth and create personalized opportunities for reassessment and alternative demonstrations of learning. Please feel free to email the main RTHS inbox at firstname.lastname@example.org with general inquiries or my personal email email@example.com at any time.Kristal Derbyshire,
Congratulations! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/Ddg19l0uhZ
RT @SchoolSunalta: Thank you to our CBE Grounds crew for planting 2 new Maple Birch grade 6 legacy trees #WeAreCbE https://t.co/IcIp81wtTC
Congratulations to Sofia Z., Grade 3 student from Simons Valley School. Her artwork has been chosen for the 2022-23 ZPass issued to students new to transportation. Don’t forget to keep your child’s current ZPass as they will continue to use it next year. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/BiKpwLQ9wy
Families will be able to view, download and print student report cards in MyCBE from June 28 until July 28, 2022. Learn more: https://t.co/Ffl0uOO90z #WeAreCBE https://t.co/rBNez9v3DB
RT @CJMCBE: June is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day.
CJM continues to acknowledge and learn about the history, heritage, resilience, and diversity of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
RT @NewBrightonSch1: In recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day, we honoured the hard work of our students in learning to embody the Seven Sacred Teachings. Thank you Elder Jackie Bromley for joining us virtually. #EveryChildMatters #WeAreCBE @Indigenous_cbe @NewBrightonSch1 https://t.co/KpjUNhzXFm
RT @FalconridgeCBE: Some of our Indigenous students and their families recently celebrated the completion of their first beading project. An exciting opportunity to increase attendance, well-being, and belonging. @Area4CBE #wearecbe #CBEIndigenousEd https://t.co/wZua5XjoKv
RT @DHarkness_CBE: Thank you for sharing your Jingle Dance (gr4) & your Fancy Dance (gr1) with our school community today. We are so proud of your courage. @Indigenous_cbe @Area4CBE @yyCBEdu #WeAreCBE https://t.co/yEuapTZZiK
RT @piitoayis: Happy NIPD. PFS celebrates all our relations who attended Residential School with a community pixel art installation- EVERY CHILD MATTERS 🧡🧡🧡@yyCBEdu @UsihChristopher @CBEArea3 @Indigenous_cbe https://t.co/q1kjjI2G0u
RT @riversidecbe: Riverside is thrilled to showcase this art installation along 1st Ave NE! We are so inspired by our Gr 8 Social Action Group! Thank you Nathan Meguinis, teachers and students. 🧡Happy #IndigenousPeoplesDay! @ @CBEArea3 @Indigenous_cbe @SusanVuka #WeAreCBE #educationmatters https://t.co/tinEoAyLsk