Parent Association – Sponsoring ’80’s Dance

Dance Invitation

  • 80’s Dance
  • Back to the Future
  • Flashback Fundraiser

Who: Gonzaga parents, friends and alumni (19 and over)

When: Friday, June 19, 2015, doors open at 8:00 p.m.

Where: Spirit of Newfoundland, Masonic Temple, 6 Cathedral Street

Tickets: $15 available at the school office (only 150 available)

June Exam Schedule and Regulations

Please refer to the following documents:

There will be regular classes Thursday. The Listening Component of the English exam is just one period for those students involved.


Congratulations to our Male and Female Track and Field Teams! Both teams placed 2nd Overall at the Provincial High School Championship held this past weekend. 13 Girls Teams and 16 Boys Teams competed over the two-day competition. Gonzaga athletes achieved many proud moments and personal bests! Special thanks to Joel Barker, our Special Olympian athlete who brought such joy and team spirit to our day!


Girls Team: Ruth Shelton, Claire Hodder, Nicole Torraville, Meghan Pierce, Erin McKinnon, Jennifer Boland, Chantal Barnes, Alice Chen (missing from photo: Kathleen Shea and Jamie King)

Boys Team: Michael Boone, Mackenzie Frost, Harshall Desphande, Ryker Richard, James Crowley, Jonathan Taylor, Noah Gullage, Daniel Parsons, Joel Barker (missing from photo: Michael Connors, Nathan Button, and Eric McKay)

Boys Team Medal Events:

  • Noah Gullage – 100m Silver, 200m Gold, 400m Gold
  • Michael Boone – Shot Put Silver, Sportsmanship Award
  • Michael Connors – 800m Bronze
  • Joel Barker – Special Olympics Standing Long Jump Silver
  • Silver 4X100m Relay Team – Harshall Desphande, Ryker Richard, Noah Gullage, Mackenzie Frost

Girls Team Medal Events:

  • Jennifer Boland – 100m Gold, 200m Gold
  • Chantal Barnes – 800m Gold
  • Meghan Pierce – 1500m Bronze
  • Gold 4X400m Relay Team – Nicole Torraville, Meghan Pierce, Chantal Barnes, Jennifer Boland

For full results, see the link below:

Engineering Camps for High School Students

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University operates a series of summer camps for high school and elementary students. We are pleased to announce the dates for our summer camp, ArcticENGINEER, for students who’ve completed grade 10, 11, or 12.  Application forms and camp video are available at the link below. Please announce this information to all students in your high school and encourage them to apply. All ArcticENGINEER participants stay in residence at the St. John’s campus and are provided meals for the duration of camp.

Dates: July 27 – July 31 and August 3 – August 7

Please view our ArcticENGINEER video at this link:

This is a program like no other! Geared specifically for high school students who are excelling in science courses, our ArcticENGINEER is a week-long enrichment program designed to expose participants to the dynamic world of Arctic Engineering. Students will learn about the vast roles that Engineers play in Arctic research, as well as the many reasons that they should be excited about their own possibilities in this growing field. Participants in this program will have opportunities to see some of the most interesting and advanced technology that is available in the industry, as well as work with experts in the field of Arctic Engineering.

ALL participants in the ArcticENGINEER program will be housed on campus for the duration of the week. Costs associated with meals, team building activities, focus tours and accommodations in university residences will be included.

Spaces in this program are limited, and not all students who apply can be accepted. Students must submit an Application Form, Referral Form, and a personal essay highlighting their interests in arctic engineering. Applications are currently being accepted for summer 2015 and are due by June 12. Please visit our website at the link above to download application and referral forms.

Dates: July 27 – July 31 and August 3 – August 7

Program Cost: $200.00 for the week

Steven Rogers

Coordinator for Outreach Activities
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Memorial University
St. John’s, NL
A1B 3X5
Phone: 709 864 3108
Fax: 709 864 6251

Track and Field Provinical Championship This Weekend!

Gonzaga’s male and female track teams who will compete this evening and tomorrow at Pearlgate Track and Field Complex in Mount Pearl.

Attached is the schedule of events.

Come out to cheer on our teams or watch the events on your TV! The meet will be streamed live via Bell on their” Bell Community One” site, and then, in June, will be televised. Final results will be posted on the NLAA website at

Good luck Vikings!

2014-15 Yearbook Orders

Parents and Students,

The end of the year is fast approaching.  Before you get caught up in that

last drive for final exams, don’t forget to order your 2015 Yearbook.  Our

Yearbook committee is still working hard, making sure all students

from all grades have a place in this book. 

We are looking for your best pictures from another great year.  We have so

many great groups here at Gonzaga, and don’t want to miss anyone. 

We need:

    -Sports Teams  (Group Shots and Action Shots)

    – Clubs/Societies/Organizations  (Group Shots and Activity Shots)

– Prom

– Events/Fundraisers

– School Trips

The yearbook committee could use your help!  The more photos we get, the more students will appear in the yearbook  Take a second and send them to

Now, please take the next minute to order a book

Orders can be placed online ( )

or at the school.  Order forms are available at the office, and cheques

can be written out to Gonzaga High School.

If you order before May 31st, you will have the option to personalize the yearbook.

The final deadline for orders is June 14th

Our yearbooks completely sold out last year. Don’t be left without yours!


Cost:  $45

Deadline for orders:  June 14th



Thank you.

Gonzaga Yearbook Committee

Tom McGrath Scholarship

An annual scholarship has been established in honour of Tom McGrath, a former student, teacher, vice-principal and principal who served Gonzaga high school for 30 years.  Applications for the scholarship are available at the guidance office or can be downloaded at the link below.  The amount of the award is $1000 to be offered annually to a grade 12 graduate.

The criteria for the award:
1.  Academic Achievement
2.  Volunteer efforts in the community, and school
3.  Leadership ability

The deadline for applications is June 5, 2015.

Tom McGrath Scholarship Application


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