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IGS Students Return From Rails to Relevance
by Jocelyne Pryer - Wednesday, 19 November 2014, 02:11 PM


The Institute for Global Solutions (IGS) 11 cohort recently returned from the second annual “Rails to Relevance” field trip.  37 students, representing 8 countries, boarded a train in Vancouver and travelled to Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec City and Montreal.  Highlights included the CN Tower, Parliament and a fantastic tour of Old Quebec.  Along the way the students conducted a series of interviews which they will now use to create documentaries on Canadian identity.  Stay tuned for more information on our upcoming IGS Filmfest where we showcase the final products of our epic adventure!

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Students Learn Math in a New, Fun Way
by Jocelyne Pryer - Tuesday, 18 November 2014, 02:12 PM

Math Battleship

Recently, Mrs. Chapman's Apprenticeship and Workplace 11 students reviewed graphing and grid co-ordinates by playing Battleship.  Now that makes learning fun!

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Natalie Schell is Currently Attending Class Afloat
by Jocelyne Pryer - Tuesday, 18 November 2014, 02:04 PM

Class Afloat

Yesterday, Claremont was visited by a representative from Class Afloat; an incredible program where students can sail the world while earning high school or post-secondary credits.  Not only did Mrs. Pryer attend Class Afloat during high-school, but we also have our very own Claremont student, Natalie Schell currently on the ship and loving the experience!  We are thinking about you Natalie and wish you safe seas. 

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Jr. Boys Volleyball Team Heads to BC Championships
by Jocelyne Pryer - Monday, 17 November 2014, 02:33 PM

Boys Volleyball

Congratulations to the Junior Boys Volleyball Team, who played incredibly well at the Lower Island Championships last week.  They are moving on to play later this week in Kelowna at the BC Championships!  Good luck boys!