Basketball @ OFSAA
Congratulations to the Senior Boys for an awesome season and a great showing at OFSAA. In the end, they lost a very tight game in the consolation semifinals.
Calculus students traveled to the McMaster University to participate in the Math@MAC annual event, led by math professor, Dr. Lovric.
At the event, students were exposed to some basic cryptology ideas and concepts and to practice encoding a message, as well as decoding a secret message. Students visited the James Stewart Building, checked out one of the largest lecture halls, and visited the engineering building and to see the iron ring. The event finished with a self-guided tour around the MAC campus.
The HDCH Choir is preparing for a very exciting season, starting with this Friday, March 8. Although that day begins March break for most of HD, our singers will be sharing the stage with none other than 80’s rock band “Foreigner,” singing their hit single, “I Want to Know What Love Is.” Want to check it out? By tickets online, and see you at First Ontario Concert Hall (formerly Hamilton Place) at 8:00 pm.
Looking ahead, the choir will be hosting a 70-member youth choir from Denmark from April 9 – 11. We will share a concert on Wednesday, April 10 at Melrose United Church located at Locke St & Homewood Avenue at 7:00 pm. These teenage singers are hoping to be hosted by our community, so if you are interested in billeting two or more students, please see the attached document for more information and to fill out a google form.
On Sunday, April 28 at 2:00 pm we are once again at Melrose United Church, this time singing part of a concert as a token of thanks from the Duet Club of Hamilton. Members from this group attended our Christmas concert a few months ago and awarded us with a scholarship. We have been recognizing as an excellent high school choral group. Congratulations, singers!
To wrap things up, we participate in the annual Ontario Christian High School Choral Festival (OCHSCF). This year Heritage School is hosting. The concert will be May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Calvary Gospel Church, 89 Scott Street, St. Catharines. Tickets are $5/students, $10/adults, $30/family.
We hope that you can come out to hear us!
From the Code of Hammurabi in the Louvre, to the lingering effects of nationalism in Western Europe, from remembrance to reconciliation, from unspeakable atrocities to masterpieces that celebrate creativity, this March Break Europe trip spans the historical, cultural, social and political forces that have shaped European culture over millenia. Our Europe Trippers leave this week for an unforgettable adventure.