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Our focus on excellence reaches into many realms of student life at Moira - in the classroom, in sporting events, and in the performing arts. Moreover, student citizenship, global responsibility, and community involvement are priorities to foster well-rounded student growth and development.

Senior Girls Cross Country take silver at Bay of Quinte!

Congratulations to the Moira cross country team who competed yesterday (October 15) at Goodrich Loomis. 

The wet, soggy conditions could do nothing to dampen the spirits of our intrepid coss-country runners.

Congratulations to the 'Old Ladies' (also known as the senior girls team) who captured the Bay of Quinte Silver Medal.  Team members consisted of Isabella Goneau, Courtney Buchanan, Hannah Wilson, Megan Brant, Megan Benn, Hannah Thompson, Melanie Davies and Nadia Douglas-Najem.

Nathan and Jacob Lawrence competed in the 6km Junior boys division and captured personal best times, both finished in the top 15 of the field.

Full results can be found here: http://cossa.ca/

Senior Girls 2014

 
October 2014 Newsletter

 

Our October newsletter can be accessed by clicking on the picture of the Table of Contents on the right.  Check out all of the exciting activities and events that have been occurring.   Please note:  the newsletter is a 17 page PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat reader.

Table of Contents - October 2014


 

 
International Baccalaureate Students at Moira Secondary Exceed World Standard by 10%

In May 2014, Moira Secondary students excelled in a series of exams created by the International Baccalaureate Organization. The IB program is a rigorous course of study available at Moira which provides students in their final two years of secondary school an enriched learning environment and the opportunity to gain several university credits. After studying six subjects intensively over two years, potential graduates complete assessments and write final exams which are marked externally. Each subject can be taken at Higher Level (3 semesters of study) or Standard Level (2 semesters of study).  Subjects studied at Higher Level are equal to a first year university course at universities in Canada and throughout the world.

Final results show Moira students to be consistently above the world average. In May 2013 students’ results were 13% above the world standard.  This year, Moira’s school average in all subjects topped the IB World Schools average by 10%, and in individual subjects led the world average by as much as 26%.   

Cindy Cooper, IB Coordinator at Moira Secondary, was interviewed about these marks saying, “I am very proud of our graduates and am not surprised by these results.  All of our graduates were accepted into their first choice university, including Harvard College in Boston.  Each year we have an exceptional group of IB students who genuinely care about their education and also care about making a difference in the world.  Their IB results as well as the more than $500,000 in scholarships and awards they were offered are two examples of how amazing they are.” 

The IB Diploma, grade 11 and 12, and the IB Foundations, grade 9 and 10, programs at Moira continue to grow each year:  18 students will complete IB exams in May 2015 and 26 students will complete IB exams in May 2016. 

Thank you to Moira’s dedicated students, staff, teachers and administration for making the IB Diploma, grade 11 and 12, IB Foundations, grade 9 and 10, and Harry J. Clarke’s IB Destinations, grade 7 and 8, an amazing opportunity for students.

For more information about the IB Diploma Programme at Moira contact:

Cindy Cooper

IB Coordinator and Teacher

Moira Secondary School

Phone: 613-962-8668 x1119

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Grade 9 Parent’s Night – Thurs. Sept 18th 6:00 – 7:30 pm

All parents of Grade 9 students are invited to visit Moira Secondary School  this Thursday, Sept 18th, to meet your child’s teachers.  Grade 9  Parent’s Night will start at 6:00 pm in the Library and then parents will visit their child’s classroom teachers.  We encourage Grade 9 students to also attend.   If your child is not able to attend, please bring your child’s timetable along with you, if possible. 

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday.

 
Keynote Presentation to Ministry of Education Students as Researchers conference

 

Six of our MSS students. Keira Sommerville, Braelyn Guppy, Fiona Stanners, Daniel Meeks, Lesley Gordon and Ben Bacic along with Ms. Cole, Ms. Demianchuk and Mr. Montgomery travelled to Toronto last April to present a keynote presentation on the Student Voice, Speak up in a Box and Inclusivity initiatives that have been taking place at the school for a couple of years now.   Take a look at the video of the conference presentation on our YouTube channel at http://youtu.be/b9BETyiikUU  . Pic of students at StAR Conference
 
MSS IB Diploma Students offered $579,635 in scholarships

Our 12 IB diploma and IB Diploma Courses students graduating this year have been offered a total of $579,635.00 in scholarships from several universities and private scholarships.   This demonstrates how universities acknowledge and desire our IB Diploma students.  Our total scholarship offering will increase because many of our students are still waiting to hear about several scholarships.  Each graduating student has been offered an average of $48,000.00 in scholarships this year to date.   Stay tuned for an update at the end of the school year.

The International Baccalaureate Diplomas Program is growing at Moira.  Our 2015 graduating class has 22 students and our 2016 graduating class has 32 students.   

If you are interested in applying for entry into the IB Foundations (Grade 9 and 10) or the IB Diploma (Grade 11 and 12) pathway at MSS, please contact:

Mrs. Cooper, IB Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or 613 962-8668 ext 1119

 
Student Leadership at Moira Secondary School

On Tuesday, May 27th, students from Grade 7,8, 9 and 10 from Deseronto, Harry J. Clarke, Kente, Queen Elizabeth,  Quint Mohawk and Moira Secondary will be participating in a Leadership Forum at MSS.   The goal of the afternoon is to help our students get involved and become a part of the community through volunteerism and leadership.

The keynote address will be from Shane Feldman who is the founder of the Count Me In Movement.   Shane's messages will include making meaningful connections, plugging into your community and redefining leadership.   The students will then be led by senior students through a series of reflective questions focusing on student engagement and leadership.

 

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