About Our School

Ashern Central School is a grades 5-12 regional school providing educational services to students from several communities. Our current enrollment is approximately 190 students with 66 in middle years and 123 in senior years.

Our staff consists of 14 teaching staff, 5 educational assistants, secretaries, a librarian, custodial staff and bus drivers.

Ashern Central School offers a full range of core academic courses, as well  as optional courses in woodworking, food and nutrition, business education and ICT, music, science and social sciences, French, career and technology studies (CTS), the high school  apprenticeship program (HSAP), and an automotive technology program with state of the art equipment  within our facility.

Our learning support and guidance programs ensure that all of our students  receive the most suitable programming available, and follow the best path to graduation and  their own personal career and life choices.

We are proud of our school’s multicultural nature, and the respect and tolerance developed by working, learning, and growing together. We may come from different homes and backgrounds, and have different strengths and talents, but we are all members of the Ashern Central School community.

Lakeshore School Division has engaged on a process of “Re-imagining Education”. At ACS, we are Lakeshore School Division has engaged on a process of “Re-imagining Education”. At ACS, we are  re-examining everything we do, students and staff, and asking ourselves whether there is a better way for our students to learn and grow as people.

With our students and their families as full partners, we will work to help develop:

  • a stronger sense of self-efficacy for staff, students and their families.  This will not only enhance student learning, but will help us to live more positive, self-directed lives.
  • the ability to form effective and mutually beneficial relationships with peers, and between staff, students and their families.

We’re excited to be a part of this Re-imagining Education initiative, and look forward to everyone’s feedback and input as we continue to move forward.

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Vision

Electronic Device Policy for Middle Years

Senior High Timetable

Middle Year Rules

New Bus Policy