At Cedarcrest, we strive to excel in a multicultural community. In the spirit of cooperative learning, we continue to make our students partners and strive for more knowledge in an effort to develop critical thinking and a desire for lifelong learning.
The educational project is a strategic tool for defining and making known to the educational community of a school the orientations, priorities for action and expected results to ensure the educational success of all students. It is developed in response to the characteristics and needs of the students attending the school and the community's educational expectations.
The goal of the educational project of a school makes it possible to share, with all its educational stakeholders (students, parents teachers and other school staff, as well as representatives of the community and the School Board), a common vision of findings and challenges to create a mobilization around student-centred goals and objectives. The Educational Project describes what the school intends to do to ensure the educational success and well-being of all its students and the efforts that will be necessary to achieve it.
Cedarcrest is equipped with modern facilities
Saint-Laurent is Montreal's largest borough and one of Quebec's (and Canada's) most ethnically diverse areas, with some 166 ethnic groups said to live there in harmony.
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