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Why choose Riverside School Board
Come to Riverside for a Real-World Education
Riverside School Board is proud to provide students with a learning environment that encourages openness, tolerance and that raises awareness about cultural diversity which surrounds us both now and in the future. Our schools enable students to enjoy new experiences and acquire knowledge about linguistic and cultural differences. Most importantly, students learn to respect the concept of freedom of choice. Riverside School Board currently has more than 335 students who come from 64 different countries and are learning in a spirit of harmony. We are happy to offer these gifts of multiculturalism and multilingualism to our students. We firmly believe that cultural diversity is a source of enrichment to our society.
Our schools are a microcosm of our society, of the individual freedoms of our students. The learning taking place in our schools today will allow us all to rise above cultural road blocks in the future.
Riverside School Board High Schools
Join Riverside Television for a round table discussion with the four principals at the Riverside School Board – Timothy Mahoney (St. Johns School), Sherry-Lynne Tite (Centennial Regional High School), Kim Barnes (Heritage Regional High School) and Michael Languay (Chambly Academy High School).
Click here to watch Riverside TV Round Table – High School Principals
Visit our High Schools!
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Centennial Regional High School
Centennial ArtWork’s Festival Centennial Kyokushin Karate Centennial Budding Geniuses (Génies en herbe)
The Educational Project of Centennial High School promotes the active participation of all partners in the development of our students’ skills, confidence and ethic to contribute in a meaningful and diversified manner to present and future society. To this end, we provide the opportunities, challenges and assistance required to support the personal, social and academic growth of our students. we strive to give every member of our school community a sense of belonging, accomplishment and of school and personal pride. It is our intent that everyone who comes through our doors feels that “I am Centennial, Centennial is me.”
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Saint-Lambert International High School (SLIHS)
SLIHS Sports Team SLIHS Science Lab SLIHS Wood Workshop
To provide a safe, caring and healthy learning environment, which enables all students to become respectful, internationally-minded life long learners who strive to achieve their personal potential.
Saint-Lambert International is proud to be recognized as an authorized International Baccalaureate World School offering the Middle Years Program to all our students.
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Heritage Regional High School
Heritage Fine Arts Program Heritage WebTV Heritage Huskies Hockey
At Heritage Regional High School our mission is to ensure a nurturing and safe environment, with a variety of programs, which support the education and success of every student. Our students are encouraged to be reflective, autonomous learners and responsible citizens. All partners of our community participate in the commitment to excellence.
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Fine Arts Focus Program.
iCan (Innovation Computer Applications & Networking) Program.
Sports Excellence Program.
IB (International Baccalaureate) Program.
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St. Johns School
St. Johns Drama Class St. Johns Public Speaking Contest St. Johns Choir
St. Johns School offers educational services in English and in French, from kindergarten through secondary 5. Our students population is approximately 875 students, with a professional staff of 55 teachers. The size of our school allows us to offer a large array of services, all the while providing a warm and caring environment and personalized attention to all students.
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ACCESS Adult Education and Career Training Centers
ACCESS Language Program Health Assistance and Nursing ACCESS Business Program
ACCESS is part of the Riverside School Board and has been a resource for the Riverside community for over 35 years, empowering individuals who are 16 and older in their ongoing quest for academic and professional success.
ACCESS Adult Education and Career Center offers everything from basic language courses to advanced math and sciences, art, creative writing and professional programs – a great place to upgrade your academic or professional skills or get your DES/DEP – all this in a friendly atmosphere and hi-tech modern environment!
Vocational Programs offered
Pharmacy Technical Assistance
Health, Assistance and Nursing
Home Care Assistance
Starting a Business
Double DVS – Secretarial Studies and Computerized Accounting
Languages (French & English)
Security Guard Training
School Daycare Educator
Stationary Engine Mechanic
Work Where You Play (seasonal work) New!
AGE and more!!!
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Each one of our Riverside School Board High Schools are well & fully equipped
Wireless internet access
Full service cafeteria
Woodworking & printing facilities
Home economics facilities
Riverside School Board Elementary Schools (age 6-11)
Riverside has a total of 19 elementary schools that are distributed all over the Montérégie territory. Riverside also offers elementary students, who are interested in studying abroad, the opportunity to come study at one of our schools.
Click here to find the list of Riverside School Board Elementary Schools.