We all need several people to speak into our lives to encourage us in our walk of faith, not only parents and teachers, but also fellow students.  In this morning's chapel our grade 12 student, Sara Dakin, spoke with conviction about how to work for change in our...

Triumph! Our soccer team won their first play off game against UMEI. Perseverance and team work paid off as Jacob Canji (2) , Stephen Xavier (1), and Jake Matte (1) scored the 4 goals that led us victory. Our "small but mighty" high school choir traveled...

The stigma attached to mental health often makes it a hard topic to talk about.  Some of those barriers were removed on Monday, when we spent an afternoon focusing on this topic.  Our main speaker Christy Hiemstra shared her story of her son who committed suicide, Jenny-Lee Almeida...

Congratulations to Zoe Zdunich, Madeleine Brown, and Christer Bunce on ranking sixth place at the YouThrive business competition held at the University of Windsor. They performed professionally against other high quality entrepreneurs.  YouThrive is a ten-week entrepreneurship program run by Enactus Windsor.  Business students from the...

  Badminton victory!  For the first time since 2010, we have three players moving on to compete at SWOSSAA (South Western Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association).  Luke Brouwer and Aaron Owsley (doubles) placed 5th at WECSSAA, and Jacob Canji placed 6th.  Congratulations! For Earth Day,  as we...

The Human Kinetics Book Award from the University of Windsor recognizes top-achieving secondary school students.  Congratulations to Ally Winik for being the recipient of this award!  As well as being an honour roll (above 80% average) student, she was our school's most valuable player in Basketball and every...

Worship started our day today, as it does every Friday.  Our student worship team led us in singing:   This is no performance Lord I pray it is worship ...

Fridays are always good, but this Friday is especially so. We praise you, God, for your love demonstrated for us on the cross! Welcome to Mr. James Krasinkiewicz, a student teacher from the University of Windsor.  He is teaching some of our science and math courses under...

Welcome back from March break! We are now more than 1/4 way through the semester with all classes deeply engaged in learning.  Progress reports were sent out this week by each individual teacher.  If you haven't received one, please contact your teen's teacher. This Wednesday, the Grade 11 World...

Over 2000 swimmers from high schools across Ontario converged at the Windsor Aquatic Center for the OFSAA competition this past week, including two of our swimmers.  Congratulations to Sam Zhang who earned a silver medal in 50m freestyle;  he was the second best swimmer in all...