PROGRAMS AT LCCHS
The Regular Program
is designed to comply with the Regime Pedagogique with the emphasis on the development of French as a second language.
The French Immersion Program
consists of 60% of courses taught in French in Level I and concludes in Level 5 with 20%. The content of the course "Français Level 1, 2 and 3" is that taught in the French school system. All French Immersion is taught by francophone and/or accredited bilingual staff members. Enriched courses are offered in all major subject areas.
The International Baccalaureate - Middle Years Program
emphasizes academics, the acquisition of three languages, community service and a world view as the foundation for learning. The emphasis is on student centered and project based learning that extends beyond the classroom and crosses over multiple disciplines. Please click here for more information.
The Phoenix Program
is an in-school alternative program geared to address the needs of certain students who are experiencing difficulty coping with the mainstream high school structure. Students enrolled in this program must have the potential to graduate and or go on to CEGEP.
Work Oriented Training Path (WOTP)
Please click here for guidelines.
Montreal Oral School
Since September of 1987, a joint venture was undertaken by LCCHS and the M.O.S.D. to integrate hearing-impaired students into the regular school system. This integrated system also allows for the personal and social growth of each Hearing Impaired child - giving him/her a place, a raison d'etre in society. The hearing impaired child is mainstreamed into the regular classroom environment; one period per day is set aside for each student to meet with the MOSD teacher (on a one to one basis) who can provide them with the skills to cope and develop in a hearing world.
LCCHS has a well-planned extra-curricular program with intramural and inter-scholastic sports which encourages students to develop self esteem, self discipline, interpersonal skills and a strong sense of responsibility. There is a full-time Student Animator whose primary function is to plan, organize, coordinate and implement such events as sports, clubs, carnival week, ski trips, student exchanges, cultural and educational trips, outdoor activity days and the Awards program.