What's happening: 

Important dates:

April 10 (Fri) - Report Cards go home

April 13-14 - Band Trip

April 15 (Wed) - SAC meeting

April 20 (Mon) - Getting to Great Survey available online. Everyone is encouraged to complete the survey.

April 22 (Wed) - No Classes for students. PD session 9-12. Parent-Teacher meetings, 1-3 PM & 6-8 PM

April 27-29 - St. Anne Trip



Notice for the EPEC Community:

"Welcome to Getting to Great, a survey that allows students, parents/guardians, and teachers throughout the Halifax Regional School Board to share information that will help us improve schools.

 In the HRSB we are dedicated to providing a high quality education for every student every day. We’re committed to making every school a great school, but we can’t ‘get to great’ without you. Your voluntary participation in this survey will help us to identify the strengths and challenges at your school, so we can do our part to enhance the opportunities every school holds for students to learn.

 All survey information is anonymous and is not used to evaluate students. Thank you." (Excerpt taken from HRSB website)

Please follow this link to the survey website.


Notice About Parent-Teacher Interviews:

Parent–Teacher Interviews will be held on Wednesday, April 22nd from 1-3 and 6–8 PM.

Please call Mrs. Wilson at the main office 902-462-8401 (ext 0) to book your appointments.


Note Regarding Cafeteria Money:

After the March Break students requesting to borrow money from the office or cafeteria to purchase a lunch will no longer be permitted. 

Should your student forget his/her lunch or snack, he/she will have the option to either:

- call home during non-instructional-time or

- parents/guardians can register as a  Lunchgroupie at lunchgroupie@chadwickfoods.com or at epec@hrsb.ns.ca and click on the Chadwick Foods link located below.


Attention Parents / Guardians:

On Tuesday, April 28, all EPEC parents and guardians are invited to attend a free presentation on anxiety in children and adolescents by Halifax psychologist Dr. Daniel Chorney. The presentation will take place in the  Tallahassee School gymnasium from 6:30pm until 8:00pm. Please contact Mr. Clark, our school counsellor, if you are interested in attending or have any questions. He can be reached at 902-462-8401 extension 5, or via e-mail at iclark@hrsb.ns.ca . 



Update: Eastern Passage High School (Feb 2015)


Community Report 2013-14



Communication Plan 2014


Cole Harbour DHS Course Selection Guide 2015-16



Online Reporting form for students, parents and guardians





Supplementary Funding Leaflet




Chadwick Food Services



To become a LunchGroupie at EPEC, follow the Chadwick link.







Medic Alert








Black Educators Association

















Welcome to Eastern Passage Education Centre. We are a school located in the heart of Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia. Our school opened in 1999 with an enrolment of approximately 450 students. We currently have approximately 400 students registered at EPEC. We are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to improve student achievement and to develop the attitudes and behaviours necessary for good citizenship. We will continue to proudly serve the Cow Bay, Shearwater, and Eastern Passage communities.


93 Samuel Danial Drive

Eastern Passage, NS   B3G 1S8

Phone: 902-462-8401

Fax: 902-462-8403

E-Mail: epec@hrsb.ns.ca




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