2331 Hwy #2 | Milford Station, Nova Scotia | B0N 1Y0
Announcements:
Welcome to Hants East Rural High

HERH is located in Milford Station, Nova Scotia, Canada - 30 minutes from Halifax and 20 minutes from Truro. Our school is a member of the Nova Family within the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board.


Campus Store

Campus Store epen Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch during the school year. Great new selection. Click here for more information.


Revised Exam Exemption Guidelines

Nova Scotia Examinations at the Grade 12 level have been discontinued as of the 2012-2013 school year http://plans.ednet.ns.ca and replaced with CCRSB Exams. The Exam Exemptions Guidelines have been revised (November 27, 2012) to reflect this change.

Click here to view the revised Exam Exemption Guidelines.

Click here to view the Exam Exemption Application Form

 

Parent/Guardian Access to PowerSchool

With PowerSchool Parents/Guardians will be able to access their son/daughter's marks, assignments, homework, and attendance by logging on to a secure site with a username and password. For more information, click on the PowerSchool link in the menu on the left.

Parents/Guardians: If you do not have your access information, please email FarrellLE@ccrsb.ca.

Students can access PowerSchool using their Novell username and passwords - they same information they use to access the school computers.

https://sisccrsb.ednet.ns.ca/public/

 

Attendance Policy

The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board recognizes that regular student attendance and punctuality are among the necessary essential components for student success. CCRSB is committed to full implementation of sections 24 – 26, 38 and 116 of the Nova Scotia Education Act which clearly defines student attendance as a responsibility that is shared among parents/guardians, students, teachers, principals, and the school board.

Effective September 1, 2011, CCRSB is implementing the Nova Scotia High School Credit Attendance Pilot in grades 10 to 12. This a two-year pilot, running from September 1, 2011 to June 30, 2013, where a high school student may lose eligibility to be granted credit for a course if he/she is not present in class for at least 80% of the course.

click here for full details (updated September 2012)

 

Assessment Guidelines
CCRSB is introduing new Assessment Guidelines which will be phased in starting in 2011. For highlights, click here. To view the draft document (24 pages), click here.