Clubs

Students are encouraged to get involved in athletics, clubs or extra-curricular student activities. Each season, every effort is made to advertise tryouts and encourage students to participate in a wide range of sports.

  • Athletic Council 
  • Gamers Club
  • Gay Straight Alliance 
  • Math Contests 
  • Maker Club 
  • Model UN 
  • Photography Club
  • Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) 
  • Robotics
  • Silver Surfers 
  • Student Council 
  • Student Voice Finland/Thirsk Partnership 
  • Yearbook 

Student Union

Members teamed with Ms. Exley’s Drama and Tech Theatre students to create the “Old Bowness Sawmill” which was truly a thrill! Students entered with a donation of food or money for the Food Bank and were scared silly by Frankenstein-like creatures.

Members worked with our PLP students to get poppies out to all students for Remembrance Day and collected funds for the Veterans. They were also involved in our Remembrance Day ceremony on November 9.

In the works is a Snow Angels project, blood drive, Teacher Appreciation Day, Grade 9 tours events and a January exam break wellness treat.

Students are welcome to join Student Union anytime and meetings are every Monday in Room 2046 at lunch.

Random Acts of Kindness Club

RAK club has been busy gathering winter gear for Jacket Racket and filling shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. We are now inviting students and families to take an ornament off of the Christmas tree in the Learning Commons. These ornaments have information about a person for whom you can buy a Christmas present for. Often these are the only presents these individuals receive at this time of year. RAK students and teachers will also be organizing and delivering food hampers to each of the families

Students' Council

Students' Council provides leadership in the school and for the student body by encouraging everyone to be involved in a variety of activities that promote school spirit, enhance our greater learning community and emulate the philosophy of "Pride and Excellence". All students are invited to join Students' Council as members-at-large and are encouraged to come and use their student voice to help with decision-making process in the school. Check the Daily Bulletin for more information.

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