​​​Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities allow our students to pursue passions and interests that fall outside the normal curriculum. These activities can include special interest clubs, arts, music and athletics. Our school is proud to offer a variety of extracurricular opportunities that enhance our students' learning experiences.​​

Olympic Heights School offers a number of activities during School Hours including clubs and other leadership opportunities such as Choir, Intramurals and School Patrols. 

Olympic Heights School has an active Patrol Program made up of grade five and six students who ensure the safe crossing of fellow students and other pedestrians at our two school crosswalks.  They have all volunteered to learn and to practice the procedures necessary to become responsible, helpful and effective patrollers.  With the support of the AMA, teachers, and our parent council, the patrollers have taken on this important task, consistently setting a safe example, and helping pedestrians cross our busy streets each morning, before school starts and each afternoon at the end of the school day.

For current information please check the Olympic Heights Patrols Blog.


Extracurricular

Olympic Heights School offers a number of activities during School Hours including clubs and other leadership opportunities such as Choir, Intramurals and School Patrols. 

Olympic Heights School has an active Patrol Program made up of grade five and six students who ensure the safe crossing of fellow students and other pedestrians at our two school crosswalks.  They have all volunteered to learn and to practice the procedures necessary to become responsible, helpful and effective patrollers.  With the support of the AMA, teachers, and our parent council, the patrollers have taken on this important task, consistently setting a safe example, and helping pedestrians cross our busy streets each morning, before school starts and each afternoon at the end of the school day.

For current information please check the Olympic Heights Patrols Blog.


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