An additional draw was done for any students that attended dry grad. Please check the list outside the Counselling Office to see if you won! If you have won, please see Ms. Lemieux on Friday anytime except between the hours of 10 to 11 a.m.
Grad Ceremonies: Wondering what to wear and how to iron your gown?
Graduates, you will be wearing a traditional cap and gown for the ceremony. Please remember that this is a formal occasion, and that your attire will be seen as you cross the stage. The gowns zip up in front, but your neck area and legs will be visible, so please consider the formality of the occasion when you choose your outfit. To press your gown, please use a low to medium heat and put a piece of material such as a cotton pillowcase in between the gown and iron. You may use a spray of water or the piece of material can be slightly damp. The gown is polyester and will burn if an iron is put directly on the gown.
Your shoes will be visible to the audience as you cross the stage, so no slippers, flip flops or dirty shoes. When selecting shoes, please keep in mind that you will be walking up and down a very large staircase during the processional and recessional. It is important for you to be wearing appropriate shoes for this. Flat shoes or VERY low heels are strongly recommended.
– Gentlemen: We suggest dress shirt with a collar and tie, as the top of your shirt can be seen above the gown and this looks nice in photos. Suit jackets aren’t necessary; it gets quite hot on stage under the lights. Black pants look best with the black gown.
-Ladies: We suggest a nice shirt/dress (many female students tend to choose a neckline that is not visible above the gown, so the colour is not important). Black pants or a knee-length skirt/dress look best with the black gown.
Click on the link below to see the June schedule for all of the Grad Events (print off and attach it to the fridge):
There are still a few tickets left for the Grad Ceremony. Please see Mrs. Klassen in the main office as soon as possible if you wish to purchase any.
grad 2018 Valedictorian is:
DAWSON ZDUNICH – Congratulations Dawson and to Paul Butterworth and Stefan Georgescu who also gave amazing speeches.
Garibaldi Ceremony Recessional Song is : Dynamite by Taio Cruz
Summer School Learning 2018: Get ahead of your credits or improve your GPA. Online registration opens on Monday, May 7th and closes May 30th. The location is Thomas Haney Secondary. Classes will begin Wednesday, July 4th and ends July 25th. To register please visit: http://ce.sd42.ca. For secondary on-line summer school, please visit: http://clc.sd42.ca. The online course registration is open for applications. These classes begin May 2 and close July 25th.
Capilano University Summer Camps: Summer camps include Digital Media & Innovation, Teen Technology Labe and Lego Robotics. For more information, please visit: https://csee.capilanou.ca/continuing-studies/serious-fun-summer-camps/
Douglas College has Summer Teen camps. For 15 to 17 years of age there is Athletic Elite Training, Financial Planning or Career Prep and Volunteering. For up to 15 years old, there is large variety of camps in all areas. For more information, please visit: https://www.douglascollege.ca/student-life/get-involved/youth-programs/summer-camps
Emily Carr Summer Teen Programs: The dates are from July 3rd to the 27th. Develop your portfolio in the following areas: Animation, Architecture, Drawing, Fashion & Textiles, Graphic Design, Illustration in either Traditional or Digital, Painting, Photography and Video. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://teens.ecuad.ca/summer/
Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Summer Fashion Academy: For ages 14 to 18. Pick from either Textile Techniques, Design, Sewing to Design. For more information and to register please visit: http://www.kpu.ca/cps/design
Langara College Summer Camps for Teens: A two week camp in the areas of: Digital Music, Photography, Acting, Graphic Novels, Coding for Games and Vex Robotics. For more information, please visit: https://langara.ca/continuing-studies/programs-and-courses/summer-camps/index.html
UBC Future Global Leaders 2018 Program: This is a summer pre-university program for students ages 15 to 18. This program combines class time, workshops, information sessions and a full calendar of after-class and weekend activities. For more information please visit: https://extendedlearning.ubc.ca/programs/future-global-leaders
University of the Fraser Valley Summer Boys Basketball and Girls Volleyball camps: Learn from the pros! UFV men’s basketball camp provides an excellent opportunity for participants to develop fundamental basketball skills and techniques. Camps are led by head coach Adam Friesen and current members of the UFV Cascades men’s basketball team. Join head coach Mike Gilray and the UFV Cascades women’s volleyball team for a week of skill development in a fun and positive learning environment. This camp will provide excellent skill development in hitting, passing, setting and serving. For more information please visit: https://www.ufvcascades.ca/department/cascade-camps/
University of Toronto Youth Summer Programs: Get a glimpse into the life of a university student studying law or medicine. This program takes place in July and August and range in length from one to six weeks. For more information such as program content, dates and fees, please visit: http://www.ysp.utoronto.ca
Vancouver Community College Summer Camp: The VCC Film Production Workshop, Youth Film Summer Camp is an artist based introductory program designed for students wishing to work in film and new-media as storytellers, writers, directors, cinematographers and producers. The course offers students (ages 16 – 20) a broad introduction to current industry practices and methods for telling compelling stories through film and cross-platform media in fiction, non-fiction and experimental genres. For more information, please visit: http://www.vcc.ca/programscourses/courses/youth-film-summer-camp-macd-1161/
Douglas College Information Sessions ongoing for all Programs: http://www.douglascollege.ca/study-at-douglas/information-sessions
Langara College Information Sessions ongoing for all Programs:http://langara.ca/news-and-events/information-sessions/
UNBC (University of Northern B.C.): Student for a Day is a day to spend at the campus, sit in some classes, receive a personal tour, visit residence, chat with a recruitment officer, and enjoy lunch free. Some travel cost will be reimbursed up to $500 for students in B.C. For more information please visit: unbc4u.unbc.ca/studentforday
KPU: https://www.kpu.ca/future-students/high-school-student#How to Apply
Douglas College: https://www.douglascollege.ca/study-at-douglas/apply/canadian-students
Langara College: https://langara.ca/admissions/apply-to-langara/index.html
Capilano University: https://www.capilanou.ca/future/how-to-apply/
Emily Carr University: http://www.ecuad.ca/admissions/application-info/undergraduate-applications