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Cole Harbour District High School

2 Chameau Crescent

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
B2W 4X4
Phone: (902) 464-5220
Fax: (902) 464-5241

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Sunday September 20th

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What's New

September 16th, 2020

Attention Grade 12 students  Anyone interested in running for student council co-prez must fill out the online application form and have it emailed to Mr Kalberlah by September 30th. The...

September 13th, 2020

A note from our school photographic company Lifetouch:

Hello Parents!

Picture Day is coming Friday, September 18 .

After Picture Day, order pictures on using...

September 13th, 2020

Hello Cole Harbour High families,


We have finished our first week and students have settling in fairly well.  While I am pleased with efforts, some are meeting with challenges as...

September 7th, 2020

Good evening once again Cole Harbour High Families,
A final message to provide more and underline information before we welcome students in the morning for their first day of school.  A...

September 4th, 2020

Good evening Cole Harbour High Families,
Please see below for the next information piece regarding school opening September 8th.

·         Schedules did not send out to...

September 4th, 2020

Good evening CHDHS families;
• We are continuing our opening set up.  Many thanks for all the work our school staff and teachers have been doing to get ready.
• When your child...

Your Youth Health Centre (YHC) supports you in making decisions about your health and well being, in a safe environment. The YHC is a partnership between the Halifax Regional School Board and Capital Health. It is staffed by a Public Health professional known as a Youth Health Centre Coordinator.

The Nova Scotia Homework Hub to support students in grades 9,10, and 11 mathematics is now ready for use!
Enclosed please find information cards to distribute to each student enrolled in a grade 9, 10 or 11 mathematics
course and one poster per mathematics teacher. Additional posters can be displayed in a prominent location. E.g.,
Student Services, school office.