Applications for TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are now available. Visit the website for more info.
Deadline for registration is October 21st, 2016. Due to the expanded schedule, late registrations and walk-ins will not be accepted.
Exam schedule and return information are on the back of this form.
A student must have already completed the course in question this past school year (2015-2016) or in a previous school year to be eligible to write a supplementary examination.
Students must bring a photo ID to the examination site.
Have you heard about the Research & Development Corporation (RDC) RISE Awards? It’s an award program that offers high school students an opportunity of a lifetime.
RDC recognizes there are incredibly talented and intelligent high school students across Newfoundland and Labrador and we want to encourage these students to pursue research-related education and career paths in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The RISE program exposes award recipients to research activities at an early stage in their education and provide them with an opportunity to attend one of three research-related enrichment programs in Canada and the United States.
How does it work?
Students must complete an application by November 3, 2016 and meet the academic qualifications. A maximum of 15 awards will be given under this program.
Academic Qualification Requirements:
RISE Award winners will attend one of three prestigious research-inspired enrichment programs during the summer of 2017: the Research Science Institute (RSI) based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Da Vinci Engineering Enrichment Program (DEEP) at the University of Toronto, and the Boston Leadership Institute in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
RDC requires verification of enrollment by teachers for all science and mathematics courses for which students are currently enrolled. If the student’s teacher is not available, an authorized representative of your school who can verify the course enrollment must sign for the course on behalf of the teacher.
Application forms available online at http://www.rdc.org/form/rise/
This is to advise that a one night Silver/Gold practice hike to the Spout will take place departing the morning of Saturday, October 15th and returning the afternoon of Sunday, October 16th. This hike entails a 12.5 km journey on Day 1 to the beautiful and scenic campground area, returning the same way on Day 2 for a total of 25 km. As indicated earlier, you can only attend this hike if you have both registered and paid for your Duke level through the Duke office online registration system and if you have completed the mandatory refresher training for your level.
If you wish to register for this hike, the student must come in person to the Learning Resource Center (LRC) at Gonzaga on Tuesday, September 27th at noon to both register for the hike and pick up health and consent forms and then return again in person to the LRC on Thursday, September 29th at noon to return the completed forms, along with the $20 hike fee and be prepared to stay for an important meeting. Any other questions or concerns can also be addressed at that time. Thank you.
Starting this afternoon, Wednesday September 21, routes 3 and 4 will be reconfigured. Below is a summary of the changes:
Updated bus routes will be posted under the parent tab on the webpage.