As the CCHS Secondary Principal and Student Support Coordinator it is a pleasure to continue to collaborate and build relationships within the entire school community. I look forward to working with an exceptionally talented faculty to empower our CCHS’s secondary students in their pursuit of excellence through continuous rigor within our curriculum and exceptional leadership through the many enrichment activities. I believe it takes the collaboration of an entire school community to achieve sustained success in any educational institution. Families are a key component of our educational program, and their voices as with our students are always respectfully welcomed as part of our educational programming.
Ms. Tanya Daniels is the Secondary Principal at CCHS. She has 19 years of experience in the Canadian education system as an Instructional Coach and Mentor in the area of Literacy, Numeracy and Technology, Special Education, as a Program Support Teacher, acting Middle School Administrator, and Science and Mathematics teacher at all grade levels. Ms. Daniels has a Bachelor of Honors in Math, Psychology and Physics as well as a Bachelor of Secondary Education, and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada. She also earned a Masters of Physical Education at Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada. She recently completed an Advanced Leadership Certification and is currently enrolled and completing a Doctorate in Inclusive Education. Ms. Daniels is a physically active person who enjoys the challenge of exploring new experiences, especially in different cultures. She spent 10 years traveling the globe as a coach for the Canadian National Youth Athletics Team, and believes in and maintains an active volunteer ship in many community youth clubs and organizations particularly that focus citizenship and physical activity.
Our curriculum is based on international and national standards (Common Core State Standards, Ministry of Education of the Dominican Republic, and NGSS) and includes curricular options aimed at meeting students’ interests, including, but not limited to Model United Nations, Band, digital media and podcasting, fine arts, and college and career readiness orientation. Our instructional focus is to provide high standard academic programming that builds 21st century future ready skills for our students at the appropriate developmental stages Our educational philosophy is centered on meeting the individual needs of the student and prioritizes project based learning and real-world application. We value and empower student voice and choice throughout the curriculum with the objective of developing creative and confident young leaders.
Our highly qualified faculty embodies our school’s core mission and values of Leadership, Wisdom and Integrity in everything that we do for our students. Students are challenged to build their global citizenship skills by being engaged in their communities through participation in various course and extracurricular activities, our service learning program, as well as college preparation programming at each grade level for all students.
● Advanced Placement Courses in a variety of subject areas (English Literature, English Language, Comparative Government and Politics, Human Geography, Spanish Literature, etc.)
●Preparation, administration and continued success for students taking PSAT/SAT
●21st Century Skill development through digital learning, project based learning, and
promoting students using their voice to advocate for their individual interests
● National Honors Society (NHS)
● Model United Nations and active and engaged student government
6th to 12th grade