Central Region Health School

The Central Regional Health School was established in 2000 to provide education for students with high health needs.
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Latest News

We are sad to share the news that our Principal, Ken McIntosh, has submitted his resignation and is looking forward to retiring at the end of the 2017 school year.   Ken has been the Principal of the Central Regional Health School since its inception in 1999. We can look back on 18 years of successful leadership of our school, with its growth from the initial eight teachers and one admin person in 2000,  to a staff of over 40 teachers and many support staff now. 

Watch this space for more memories of Ken's innovative leadership of the Central Regional Health School.

 

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Student Work

16 May 2017

I am a writer

Intensive, focused literacy instruction is crucial for ensuring that students have the opportunity to make progress on their pathway to becoming successful, lifelong writers.  We aim to help our students become published authors.  Have...

19 December 2016

CRHS Farewell Amelia

Rochelle's farewell speech to Amelia Well what can I say....       This is a really emotional moment saying goodbye from our long association as teacher and pupil.   I have shared your school years from the little 5 year old tearing...