Mark Your Calendar

Student Learning Conferences ~ October 18th & 23rd
At Student Learning Conferences, we invite students to join their parents/guardians in meeting with teachers to talk about their learning together.

Parents / Guardians ~ Listen to your child talk about their learning; share your perspectives and ideas as they relate to their learning, and participate in the discussion about how to best support student learning moving forward.

Students ~ Talk about your work, what is going well, what you are proud of, and what is challenging; share ideas about what you need for your best learning.

Teachers ~Teachers will facilitate the discussion; listen to insights from students and parents; share perspectives about student learning, and participate in the discussion about best supporting student learning moving forward.

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Picture Re-take Day ~ October 30th
Anyone who was absent on picture day or who is dissatisfied with their pictures may have their picture retaken on that day.  A new student card will be generated as well as the opportunity to order portraits.

Membership Meeting & The Voice ~ November 5th
Join in the conversation. Come and be part of what’s happening at Hamilton District Christian High! Hear an update from the Principal and Board Chair, and connect with fellow HDCH community members.
Please join us:
7:00 – Coffee & Registration
7:30 – Membership Meeting
8:30 – The Voice

The Membership Package will be posted ten days prior to the event. Have a look at the agenda, read highlights from our Principal, Board Chair, and Director of Finance, and then join us that evening to hear more in person.

Information Evening for Parents of Graduating Students
Thursday, November 1st 

Student Services is pleased to host the popular annual Information Evening for Parents of Graduating Students. This evening event is designed to help parents negotiate the sometimes confusing process of post-secondary planning and application. A sample of topics for the evening includes:

  • research tools for life after high school
  • on-line applications to colleges and universities
  • funding post-secondary education

We’ll be as practical as possible at this event; we’ll get some hands-on experience with applications and we’ll talk about next steps.

This event is primarily designed for parents of this year’s graduates; we’ll be inviting grade 11 parents to a broader, “big-sky” planning conversation in the spring. Parents of grade 12s – Please check your inboxes in the coming weeks for a special email invitation!