Jan 9 | 7-9 pm
We invite you to join us tomorrow to celebrate beautiful work.
As the end of the semester approaches, students are working hard completing projects and assignments they are eager to display at our upcoming Celebration of Learning. This evening is a highlight each semester when we gather as a community to admire and celebrate student learning.
This term’s Celebration of Learning runs from 7:00-9:00pm tomorrow (Jan 9th). Interact with our students, sample delicious snacks, enjoy interesting projects, engage with inspiring performances and celebrate learning.
Extra parking is available across the road at Rehoboth Church.
Watch for these and many more …
Kinesiology students will showcase their video clips in which movement skills are analyzed for maximal efficiency.
Grade 10 Math students will display their Angry Birds game boards and parabolic solutions.
MegaBloc students will showcase their capstone projects and their benches made for Royal Botanical Gardens.
Community members will participate in a sentencing circle for a young offender with the help of Law students.
Catch the Slam Poetry Presentation of poems written for Chaos and Holiness Project by English students.
Food & Nutrition students will be serving global recipes to celebrate our world.
Check out the WWII displays created by History students
Chemistry students have tested water samples from around the area and will be presenting their findings on how clean our water is.
Don’t miss the Electric Cars and Rocket Pick Up Trucks designed by Science students.
Check out the posters designed by English students that celebrate the diversity of people and experiences in our school
The feedback that you give them will be essential to deepening the learning that has already happened. So please, engage with the students as you wander around and Celebrate the Learning.
Join us in the gymnasium at 7pm for some exceptional demonstrations. Then, wander through the hallways and classrooms and enjoy beautiful work and great refreshments.
The whole family is welcome. Admission is free!