...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.
Please bring: last report card/Transcript, immunization record, Proof of address, Proof of guardianship (as required), also check www.triboard.on.ca for bussing eligibility. August 27th 10am to 5pm. August 28th 9am to 3pm
Parents and Guardians - now you can text the school to let us know if your student is going to be late or absent. The NEW number is 204.808.3525 and is checked regularly throughout the school day. A verification process is in place to ensure the accuracy of the text. We hope that this new option makes it easier for you to communicate with us!
8:00-8:10 Arrival, 8:10-8:50 Period 1, 8:50-9:30 Period 2
9:30-10:10 Period 3, 10:10-10:50 Brunch Break, 10:50-11:30 Period 4
11:30-12:10 Period 5, 12:10-12:50 Lunch Break
12:50-1:40 Period 6, 1:40-2:30 Period 7, 2:30-2:40 Bus Departure
Congratulations to Chion, Catherine, Lexus and Cody for winning a Bentley's Pizza for Perfect Attendance in April. Click here to see the complete list of ALL students who had perfect attendance for the month of April.
Brycen Roy recently won second place at the provincial level for his Health and Safety video called 'Rewind'. The "It's Your Job" contest is sponsored by the Ministry of Labour. Roy, who earned $1500 for himself and $1500 for the school, now moves on to the national competition against 23 other finalists from all over Canada.
He also has a chance to win the Fan Favourite video prize. Anyone can vote once per day until May 10th. He is currently leading this category.
On Monday April 27th the THS Aesthetics classes went to the Esthétique SPA International show at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre. The show allowed the students to experience La Dolce Vita – The Sweet Life.
The Esthétique SPA International show is for aesthetic professionals and students to showcase the most current products and procedures within the industry. Students were able to view demonstrations in microdermabrasion, permanent and semi-permanent makeup, Fake Bake tans, facials, makeup application and products, waxing, manicures, eyebrow tint, pedicures and nail art. Distributors were on hand to sell the products required to run a spa which ranged from the nail polish to furniture.
The show was a great way for the students to learn about the larger aesthetics industry and see application of the knowledge and skills they have learned this year. See more pictures in our Gallery to view students experiencing a little of La Dolce Vita.
Our school recently hosted Mr. Mark Fisher, Superintendent of Education. He enjoyed a school tour, classroom visits and chatted with several staff and students. Pictured here, Mr. Fisher and Mr. Manderville are speaking to students in Mr. Ellis' Technology class.
Congratulations to our Senior Mixed Team of Chealsey Mondoux-Hebert and Connor Richardson and Senior Mens' Leaugen Fray on their recent victories. They now move on to represent our school at COSSA. Gavin Caldwell placed fourth in Senior Mens' and also moves on. Many of our other team members, both Junior and Senior placed in the top ten. Overall, our senior team earned enough points for THS to place third in Bay of Quinte behind only Bayside and ENSS. Way to go, Tigers!
Update: Leaugen won Silver at COSSA which qualifies him for OFSAA. Connor and Chealsey won Bronze, one place shy of an OFSAA berth.
Recently in the Al Purdy Library at THS, our Grade 11 Drama students researched the work of Al Purdy and turned the images of three poems and his life story into a theatre production. With the help of a professional artist, the class used Shadow Puppets as their medium. This clever work was well-received by several classes who attended.