...where students can learn, lead and achieve success in a positive, safe, and supportive environment. Effective partnerships with parents and our community create a shared commitment to support students in all program pathways.
Academics, Arts and Athletics
The diversity of our programs offers all students many opportunities to learn and prepare for the future. Along with the more traditional courses, we also offer courses such as Catering, Music Theatre, Aesthetics, Outer LImits, the Business of Hockey, Communications Technology and E-learning. Our Regional Programs support all types of learners.
...think critically, are responsible global citizens, have 21st century learning skills, work with character and tolerance, and model inclusivity.
Got some old ink cartridges laying around? Don't have time to take them to the Hazardous Waste depot? Want a quick and easy solution to keep them out of a landfill? We can help!
Thanks to Canada School Recycling, ink and toner cartridges can now be recycled in our Library. A box has been set up for drop-off during the school day. Students are invited to bring their used cartridges from home. Let's continue to work toward cleaning up our environment!!
Congratulations to Charlie Refausse who completed an undefeated season with COSSA Gold at ENSS recently! Honourable mention is extended to Justin Ferguson and Maya Sharma for their fifth place and to the team overall for placing fourth. Well done, Tigers!
We want your e-waste!! From May 3 - 9, a bin will be located outside of the large gymnasium at the back of our school. The entire community is invited to participate by bringing items outlined on the attached poster. Items may be dropped off at any time of day.
Please read the posters carefully! This is a FREE collection but we will be charged for any items dropped off that are NOT on the list. Assistance can be arranged to move items for those who need it. Please contact the school to make arrangements.
Our Phys. Ed. classes were busy outdoors getting their exercise. But it wasn't their typical activity! On April 26, these students organized their own Trash Bash and collected several bags of garbage from the surrounding neighbourhoods. Pictured here are Ms. Umpherson's and Mr. Meindl's period 4 grade 9 students with the garbage they collected. A big thank you and congratulations is extended to all who helped for having community spirit and cleaning up our environment!
During the week of May 1 - 5, our school will be holding its 19th Annual Humane Society fundraiser in support of the Quinte Humane Society. Students will be collecting monetary donations AND Canadian Tire money during period 2 classes, all of which goes directly to the QHC. Community support is always welcome!