Annual General Assembly Alternative Schools Network
Wednesday, September 27, 2023

vezina High School

Principal: Craig Olenik
Head Teacher: Penny Arns
Secretary: Scala Beltran
Telephone: 514.482.6964
Fax: 514.482.6101
Location: Vezina is accessible via the Charlevoix Métro station and bus #57 bus or the De l'Église Métro station and the bus #61. It is located on the third floor of St. Gabriel Elementary School. The entrance is on the west side of the building.
Grade Level: 7-9
Guidance Counsellor: Fanny Barret

Annual General Assembly Alternative Schools Network

We are pleased to invite you to attend the Annual General Assembly meeting for the election of members to the Governing Board as follows:

  • Date: Wednesday, September 27th 6:00 pm
  • Location: Mountainview School (7450 Cote St. Luc Road, H4W 1R1)

Kindly confirm your attendance with the school secretary of Programme Vezina High.

A governing board is responsible for matters concerning school budgets, school policies and is the primary consultative body for school board policies.

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Educational Policies, Standards & Procedures

Standards and Procedures are official documents pertaining to the evaluation of student learning. They provide a summary of the evaluation criteria for each subject, and the period during which exams are scheduled.

Evaluation Standards & Procedures


Vezina High School, an outstanding alternative to the regular classroom, offers high quality education in a warm, friendly and nurturing environment. With smaller classroom sizes, students in Secondary I, II and III have the opportunity to vezina on their academics and get assistance in areas in which they struggle. In addition to our dedicated teaching staff, tutors work one-on-one with students needing that extra little bit of help. We have high standards, aim for excellence and believe that celebrating the mini-successes of our students is a crucial component to improving their attitude toward learning.

Every Vezina student is part of a larger community and plays an important role in its success. vezinaing on the development of self-awareness and positive self-esteem through various non-academic subjects, students learn how to communicate with others, develop coping skills, and foster a greater sense of self and community. Our Special Care Counsellor, Guidance Counsellor, and Violence Intervention Specialist are integral parts of this process.

Our school offers art and music therapy, as well as sexual health, drug, and mental health education. We team up with professionals in and around our community such as youth organizations and health clinics. Our goal is to meet the needs of every individual student.

Our Academic Programs

Homework Program

  • We offer a homework program before and after school, where all students are welcome to work in The Plaza (the schools common area), and catch up on their schoolwork.

Breakfast & Lunch Program

  • Our breakfast program is a great way to start the day. This along with our lunch program gives students the opportunity to learn about proper nutrition and how to prepare a healthy meal.

School Highlights

Fridays are dedicated to workshops, and allow students the opportunity to learn through extracurricu-lar activities. To date, students have been involved in music, cooking, art, community service and pho-tography, encouraging them all to try new things, and to find new interests.

Outreach Involvement