Our school offers a variety of out-of-class activities for students to discover and develop their talents.
Our primary objective is to provide students with opportunities to play and participate in activities that have an emphasis on fun, fair play, and the development of skills and physical fitness. The delivery of school sports is dependent on student interest, and availability and expertise of coaches. To ensure the success of our sports program, parents are asked to volunteer their time for driving.
- Cross Country (Gr. 4-8)
- Soccer (Gr. 7-8)
- Volleyball (Gr. 7-8)
- Indoor Track (Gr. 4-8)
- Basketball (Gr. 7-8)
- Outdoor Track (Gr. 4-8)
Students are encouraged to participate and will play approximately equal time in games, provided they have attended practice and demonstrated a positive attitude and respectful conduct towards teammates and coaches. The focus of the program is on improving skills, working co-operatively as a team and exhibiting good sportsmanship.
Other extracurricular programs are also offered. These may include: Choir, Skating, Battle of the Books, Concours D'art Oratoire, Concerts, Talent Show, Reclycling program, Nutrition Positive and other programs determined by staff expertise and student interest. Senior students also have an opportunity to demonstrate leadership by working as Student Leadership Team, lunch buddies, reading buddies and milk sales.