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Phone : 450 562-8571
Fax : 450 562-5494
School Attendance Zone
The following areas are included: Boileau, Brownsburg-Chatham, Chénéville, Gore, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Harrington, Lac-des-Seize-Iles, Lachute, Mille-Isles, Mirabel (St Antoine, St-Jerusalem, St-Hermas, St-Canut, St-Scholastique, St-Janvier, North of Ste Monique), Montcalm, Morin Heights, Namur, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Secours, Notre Dame-de-la-Paix, Piedmont, Prévost, St-Adolphe-d'Howard (south on Route 329 to Montée des Quatre-Lacs), St André d'Argenteuil, St-Colomban, St-Émile-de-Suffolk, St Hippolyte, St-Jérôme, St Lin Laurentides (sector Domaine CLC ONLY), St-Sauveur, St Sauveur-des-Monts, Ste Adèle, Ste-Anne-des-Lacs, Ste-Marguerite-Estérel, Ste Sophie, Wentworth, Wentworth-Nord.
The map describing the attendance zone for this school is intended to provide a general overview of the territory this school serves. Parents must contact the school in question in order to confirm admissibility to the requested school.
Philosophy / Mission
Laurentian Regional High School is dedicated in its desire to provide a positive and cooperative learning environment that promotes tolerance, self-esteem, respect for others and a strong sense of community. Students are encouraged to work and achieve to their full potential in both the academic and extra-curricular realms.
Laurentian Regional High School's history can be traced back to 1968 when the Government created polyvalent high schools. This concept provided both academic and vocational profiles, with a variety of course options and a vibrant extra-curricular program. Nestled in the foothills of the Laurentians, the school is home to approximately 800 students. Many of our graduates continue their post secondary studies in college, universities and technical schools.
Parent Participation at Laurentian Regional High School is a vital component of the communication we endeavour to establish with the home. Whether it be the Governing Board (includes 9 parents) which meets 8-9 times a year or the Parent Participation Organization, parents are very active and committed to the school's growth and improvement. Parents volunteer in the school and actively fund-raise for student activities.
Laurentian Regional High School offers a wide range of programs to serve our diverse community of learners. In addition to the basic courses required for CEGEP entry, an enriched curriculum is provided in Maths and French. An impressive array of options is also offered in the Arts and Sciences to complement our core subjects. We also provide for our Special Needs students with a range of support including remedial and resource classes. Our APL Program(16+ work study) is designated to provide students with the necessary skills to be successful in the workplace and at the same time meet their needs in the core areas. The Junior APL (15+) Program incorporates core subjects and those of a manual and technical nature to enable students to develop skills in different areas
Laurentian Regional High School offers a wide range of student services. Our team of Student Counsellors includes Guidance, Career, Substance Abuse and Behaviour Management. A psychologist is available weekly to evaluate and assess students. A social worker and nurse are present twice a week courtesy of the local CLSC. We also have a Special Education Program along with a Junior APL and APL Program. Our physical plant incorporates gymnasia, pool, library and computer labs with surrounding soccer, football and baseball fields
Events and Activities
Laurentian Regional High School's academic and extra-curricular calendar is complete. Activities include Welcome Week, Spirit Days, Dances and Winterfest. Halloween, Remembrance Day and Christmas are special at Laurentian Regional High School. The Band Concert and Drama Productions are a must see along with Sports Teams for all seasons. Soccer, basketball, hockey, football, swimming and rugby are well-represented by our male and female athletes. The Terry Fox Run is an annual event, as is the Christmas Breakfast and Food Drive. The Grad Buffet opens the Grad season.
Laurentian Regional High School provides for the spiritual needs of its students with a Counsellor. Trained peer mediators also play an important role in helping to resolve student conflicts.