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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.

Hour of Code Comes to Moira!

As part of Computer Science Education week (December 8th >> December 14th) Moira is hosting a series of  'Hour of Code' events. Moira students and Harry J. Clarke destinations students will have the opportunity to learn to code in less than an hour. All sessions will be in room 250 at lunch time. No need to sign up, just turn up and learn some coding!

Tuesday lunch time - Grade 7 destinations students. 

Wednesday lunch time - Grade 8 destinations students. 

Thursday lunch time - Grade 9 Moira students.

Friday lunch time - any one who is interested.

Contact Mr Saunders for further details. 

 
Beaver Computing Challenge Results

Moira had 12 students take part in the University of Waterloo's Beaver Computing Challenge for grade 9 and 10 students. 

Top scorers were Arjun Moorthy (86/90) Kevin Li (84/90) and Sarah Rolston (82/90). These scores are excellent, Arjun and Kevin made the honour roll (top 5%), Sarah narrowly missed out but she was awarded a distiction. 

The following all achieved cerificates of participation: 

Hatim Belhadjhamida, Ethan Clark-Maracle, Chance Gordon, Saud Haseeb, Avery Mathers, Pedram Mollahajian, Brady Potter, Leoariel Roberts, and Dustin Wilson.

The computer programming club will now turn their attention to the Canadian Computing Competition which rtakes place in February. New members always welcome, see Mr Saunders for details.

 
November 2014 Newsletter

 

 

Our November 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 18 page PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat reader.

November 2014 newsletter Table of Contents

 

 
University of Waterloo - Beaver Computing Challenge

On Wednesday 12th November, 12 junior students took on the Beaver Computing Challenge!

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IB Foundations and Diploma Information Sessions

 

You are invited to…

Moira Secondary School’s

IB Foundations, grade 9 and 10, Information Session:

Wednesday, November 26th at 6:oo pm in the school library.

IB Diploma, grade 11 and 12, Information Session:

Thursday, December 11th at 6:oo pm in the school library.

 

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme provides students with an exceptional academic experience as well as unique enrichment opportunities.  While developing lifelong learning skills and global citizenship, this internationally recognized programme enhances student opportunity for post-secondary scholarships and advancement to second year at universities in Canada and around the world.  Our teachers are IB trained and deliver a world-class curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, research based exploration, and independent learning opportunities.

The grade 9 and 10 IB Foundations Programme offers enhanced courses that stimulate curiosity 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.

The grade 11 and 12 IB Diploma Programme offers specialized courses using curriculum from the IB World Organization, recognized globally.  The IB DP is a rigorous course of study taking 6 subjects and completing Theory of Knowledge, an Extended Essay and Creativity, Action, and Service experiences.  IB aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who want to make a positive difference in the world.  Benefits of the IB Diploma include: excellent university preparation; university level research and inquiry; excellent time management; admission to universities throughout the world; advanced standing into second year; advantage for scholarship awards. 

Our students are excited to have the opportunity to share their experiences with you.  The information session provides details about the programme and admission procedures.

For additional information please contact: Grant Montgomery (Principal) or Cindy Cooper (IB Coordinator) at 613-962-8668

 

 
Academic Awards Night 2014

 

On Wednesday, October 29th, Moira celebrated some of the academic excellence at the school last year with its annual Academic Awards night.   Approximately 100 students were recognized for earning top marks in 150 different courses last year in Grades 9, 10 and 11.  

In addition to this recognition, Academic medals were awarded to students with the three highest averages for each grade.   These students were for Grade 9:  Ah-Mei Conroy, Kevin Kang and Cadence Cairns;  for Grade 10:  Vladimir Novakovic, Yumna Haseeb and Ahmed Abdel Halim Attia and for Grade 11:  Simran Patel, Hannah Wilson and Rania Belhadjhamida.  

Congratulations to all students for their excellent academic progress and results last year.

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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


 

 

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Moira Secondary School
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