Log in
Amazing students, exemplary programs, outstanding staff - all contributors to Trojan Pride and the building of character in the areas of arts, academics, technology and athletics.
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.

April 2015 newsletter
Our April newsletter can be accessed by clicking on the picture of the Table of Contents on the right.   Check out all of the exciting activities that have been taking place at the school and in the community over the past month.   Please note: the newsletter is a 15page PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat reader. Table of Contents pic  for April 2015 newsletter


Math Contest results

Congratulations to Moira’s successful contestants in the 2015 Canadian Mathematics Competition. Leading this year’s competitors was Rachel Pryce who finished in the top 2% among all contestants in Canada in the Grade 11 contest. Close behind was David Xia, also in Grade 11, who finished in the top 5%. Other Trojans who earned Certificates of Distinction for placing in the top 25% were Grade 11 students Patrick Yao and Jacky Or as well as Leo Roberts (Grade 10) and Joe Ye (Grade 9).

In recognition of her accomplishment, Rachel has been invited to a Mathematics Symposium at the University of Waterloo in May. She is only the second Moira Trojan to receive this prestigious invitation.

Moira Computer Programming

On Friday March 27th, Moira sent two young teams (six grade 9 students and two grade 10 students) to take on senior teams from other schools in the school board. Our head scratching heros did Moira proud. Our mixed grade 9 / 10 team of Sara, Leo, Hatim and Kevin came in fourth. Our grade 9 team of Chance, Brady, Pedram and Saud took second place.  This qualified them for a trip to the Eastern Ontario fnals at Queen's University in Kingston on Saturday April 25th.  Congraulations to all competitors!

alt alt



Trojans strike gold!

The Trojans Accounting Team placed first in the Loyalist Iron Accounting Contest this week.  Team members Ben Bacic, Erin Taylor and Damien Rikley managed to outlast 8 other local schools to bring home the title. Congrats to the team on making Moira proud.


March 2015 Newsletter



Our March newsletter can be accessed by clicking on the picture of the Table of Contents on the right.   Check out all of the exciting activities that have been taking place at the school and in the community.   Please note: the newsletter is a 12 page PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat reader. alt


Foundations IB and IB Program Information at MSS

Destinations Programme (Grade 7 and 8)

Students who are ready to enter either their Grade 7 and 8 year are eligible to be conisdered as candidates for this enriched programme.   Students who successfully complete the Grade 8 Destinations Programme will be well prepared for application to the Grade 9 Foundations Programme, leading to the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme.

At the heart of the Destinations Programme are strong curriculum and sound instructional strategies.   By addressing global issues and the whole learner, this programme will enhance the Ontario Curriculum for Grade 7 and 8 students.

For more information, click on this link or call Harry J. Clarke Public School  at 613 969-0140 and ask for the Principal.



The Grade 9 and 10 Foundations IB Programme offers enhance courses that stimulate curiousity and inquiry to foster a spirit of discovery and enjoyment of learning.   We strive to provide excellent instruction within the classroom and through experiential learning with class trips.   To access our Foundations IB programme package, click on the cover page icon to the right.  

For a copy of our Foundations IB Application, click here. (PDF file)

For additional information, please contact Cindy Cooper, IB Coordinator at 613 962-8668 ext. 1119.

  IB coverpage 2015

The IB Diploma Programme is a comprehensive and challenging preparation course that demands the best from students.  This sophisticated two year curriculum covers a wide ragne of academic subjects and has an excellent international recognition.   Moira Secondary School strives to provide an exceptional learning environment for students in a supportive family atmosphere.   Strong results in the IB Programme give students an international profile.   There are many benefits to your child taking this programme and you can see these benefits along with other programme information by clicking on the icon of the package cover to the right.

For a copy of our IB Programm Application, click here. (PDF file)

For additional information, please contact Cindy Cooper, IB Coordinator at 613 962-8668 ext. 1119



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

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Course Calendar

Course Calendar

Moira Secondary School
275 Farley Avenue
Belleville, Ontario
Canada K8N 4M2
Phone: 613 962-8668
Fax: 613 962-4866
Email: mss@hpedsb.on.ca
156 Ann Street, Belleville, Ontario
Canada K8N 3L3
Toll-free: +1 800 267-4350
General Email: information@hpedsb.on.ca

Bell Times  8:15 - 2:30

P: Grant Montgomery
VP: Jill Batchelor 
S: Mark Fisher
T: Mary Hall
    Dave Patterson
    Larry Whitfield

Student transportation
Toll-free: +1 866 569-6638
Phone: +1 613 354-1981
Fax: +1 613 354-1279
Url: www.triboard.on.ca

© Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board, 2007. All rights reserved.

Status Center

We have 18 guests and 1 member online