Student Recognition

Awards

Citizenship

Recipients of this award are responsible citizens who are informed and involved members of their local,
national, and/or global communities. Winners are selected by their teachers for consistently demonstrating
one or more of the following characteristics of a responsible citizen:

  • Participates in developing and maintaining our Canadian civil, democratic society;
  • Understands the responsibilities of citizenship in local, national and international contexts;
  • Respects and embraces cultural diversity;
  • Develops the skills necessary to work and communicate effectively with others;
  • Actively contributes to creating a better local and global community. 

Character

Recipients of this award possess the character to do what is right, act morally with wisdom, and balance
individual concerns with the rights and needs of others. Winners are selected by their teachers for
consistently demonstrating one or more of the following characteristics:

  • Integrity;
  • Compassion;
  • Decency;
  • Civility;
  • Fairness;
  • Courage;
  • Initiative;
  • Perseverance;
  • Respect;
  • Optimism;
  • Responsibility.

Personal Development

Recipients of this award have acquired the skills, attitudes and knowledge to achieve their personal highest

potential. Winners are selected by their teachers for consistently demonstrating one or more of the following
characteristics of personal development:

  • Identifies and actively develops individual gifts, talents and interests;
  • Loves learning;
  • Are a critical and creative thinker;
  • Is a confident and autonomous individual;
  • Demonstrates the ability to adapt to a changing environment;
  • Develops the resiliency to overcome failure;
  • Self-evaluates, sets goals and strives to continuously improve;
  • Demonstrates commitment to make a difference based upon personal convictions;
  • Develops and maintains a healthy, active lifestyle. 

Honours (Senior High)

To qualify for the honour roll, a student must be enrolled in at least one on-site course per semester, without a failing grade in any course, and an average of 80-89%.

Honours with distinction will be awarded for students with averages of 90-100% who meet the criteria for the
honour roll.

Subject Awards (Senior High)

An award will be given in each subject area acknowledging outstanding achievement. To qualify, a student must have taken or be taking a high school-level course in that subject area this academic year. While the course mark is a significant factor, other criteria include attendance, positive attitude, and passion for the subject. Students receiving this award have demonstrated the ability to achieve at individually and appropriately challenging levels of complexity, demonstrating the higher order thinking skills of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and creativity.

Subject Awards (Junior High)

Awards will be given in each subject area acknowledging outstanding achievement in Grades 7, 8, and 9. To qualify, a student must have taken or be taking a junior high-level course in that subject area. Students receiving this award have demonstrated the ability to achieve at individually and appropriately challenging levels of complexity, demonstrating the higher order thinking skills of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and creativity.

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