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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.

MSS IB Diploma students offered $323,585 in scholarships

Our IB Diploma and IB Diploma Courses students graduating this year have been offered a total of $323,585 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 $27,132 in scholarships this year to date.  Stay tuned for an update at the end of the school year.

This year our IB students have been accepted to: Harvard, Queen’s U, U of Toronto, York U, U of Dalhousie, U of Ottawa, McMaster U, U of Western Ontario, Carleton U, Guelph U, Ryerson U, Trent U, Laurier U, and U of Windsor. 

Our IB students have been accepted for the Bachelor of Arts Honours or Bachelor of Science Honours in the following programs: Medical Sciences, Life Sciences, Bio-Med Sciences, Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Visual Arts, Faculty of Arts and Science, Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, Law and Society, Professional Communication with a minor in Biology, Bachelor in Humanities with a minor in Biology, Bachelor of Social Sciences with a major in Psychology, Forensic Science, Criminology, and Batchelor of English.

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is growing at Moira. 

We have an IB Diploma and Diploma Courses 2015 graduating class of 22 students.

We have an IB Diploma and Diploma Courses 2016 graduating class of 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 Moira Secondary School please contact:

Mrs. Cooper, IB Coordinator at Moira: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 613-962-8668 x1119

 
Prom Project 2014

Moira’s Prom Project Event is happening this coming Monday April 14th, from 1pm-5pm in the Drama room. Gently used formal wear, appropriate for Prom, Formal or Graduation for boys and girls will be available free of charge.  Everyone is welcome!!

 
Canadian author Eric Walters visits MSS
Award-winning Canadian author Eric Walters will be visiting Moira Secondary School this Thursday, April 10, in the library. Eric is the author of over 80 novels aimed at young adult readers, involving subjects as diverse as sports, romance and war. A former teacher, Eric Walters began his writing career as a way to encourage reluctant students to read, by creating exciting, accessible novels that matched kids’ interests. Many of his books have local Canadian settings, and deal with real issues, like the war in Afghanistan, or the September 11th attacks.

Eric Walters will be speaking to the Grade 7 and 8 Destinations students in the morning, and MSS Grade 9’s in the afternoon. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss their favourite Eric Walters book with the author. New books will be available for sale.
 
Grade 9 Tech - 'What a drag'

Check out the link below to see details of one of the exciting projects that all of our grade 9 students take part in with Mr Harpell or Mr Gray as part of the Exploring Technologies program here at MSS.

http://library.automationdirect.com/what-a-drag/

 
ECOO Computer Programming Contest - Friday 28th March

Late breaking news! Moira's senior team took first place at the board wide programming contest. The team consisted of Lucas 'what permission form?' Steer, Alexander 'mainframe' MacKenzie, Eric 'alt 130' Dubé and Kurtis 'Maple Leaf' Bissett.

Next stop is Queen's University, Kingston for the East Regional Championships on Saturday April 26th.

Our development team of Arjun Morthy, Leo Roberts, Alex Forget and Maria Hermosilla Heras also did Moira proud by finishing in joint second place. 

Congratulations to all competitors. Mascots ('Beary' and 'Rex') were provided by Angela Saunders.

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Trojans Continue Winning Tradition in Math Contests

Moira is proud to announce more successful results from the Canadian Mathematics Competition. David Xia, Jackie Or, Patrick Yao and Vlad Novakovic wrote the Cayley Contest for Grade 10 students. All had outstanding scores with David coming first in the school and placing in the top 5% among approximately 19000 contestants. David, Jackie and Patrick all earned Certificates of Distinction for placing in the top 25% with Vlad missing out by a single point. Our team score, made up of the total of our top three competitors) placed us first among all schools in the Board and the city of Belleville.

 
March 2014 Newsletter

 

Our March newsletter can be accessed by clicking on the picture of the Table of Contents on the right.   Check out the awesome activities and events that have been occuring since the start of Semester 2.   Please note:  the newsletter is a 16 page PDF file and requires Adobe Acrobat reader. March 2014 newsletter Table of Contents

 

 

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