As classes ended this afternoon, students packed their bags for the two-week Spring Break while parents attended the Parent/Teacher Interviews.
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This year, despite the Quebec Association of Independent Schools (QAIS) cancelling their annual Public Speaking Competition, our English Department organized a mini competition of their own.
This morning, Form V students completely transformed the Conference Room into Expo 67—the international exposition held in Montreal, Quebec in 1967 that brought Quebecois identity to a global stage.
Our 13 National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN) delegates returned from New York City this past weekend.
The last day of Tech Week was marked by the highly anticipated Sumo Robot Competition, where students put their robot-building skills to the test.
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