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Welcome to Secondary School

Article Index

 

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

  

 HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS

 

Basketball club

introduces the fundamental skills of basketball. Emphasis will be placed on training, rules and skill development. Students, Grade 10-12, demonstrate proper technique in the basic skills of basketball, identify basic knowledge of basketball and have knowledge of how basketball can benefit lifetime fitness.

For more information, please contact Ephraim Lamanilao, Basketball club Teacher, at

 

Volleyball Club

is a school activity that takes place when there are not school wide events or functions taking place. Volleyball serves as an important part of the learning process, developing attitudes of teamwork and motivation. Furthermore, exercise throughout the day is paramount in developing a well-rounded, balanced individual.

For more information, please contact Kyle Abrell (Social Studies Department Chair/Volleyball Coach) at

 

The TOEFL Preparation Club

Is an after school club designed to help grades 10-12 to have a broader understanding and skills about the test. The club only meets two times a month. The students enrolled in the club are encouraged to develop their skills in writing, speaking, reading, and listening by taking practice test on-line. On many occasions, the club will explore other resources from website like YouTube and Test Den and not just from the books in order to develop their test taking strategies.

For more information, please see Mr. Jun Amparo in the Guidance Office room 212 or thru his email: .

 

The Chess Club

gives students an opportunity to play friendly games of chess against their peers in a low-stress environment. Students come in during 3rd period every other Thursday. They sometimes talk about strategies or use a timer to play speed chess.

For more information, please see Mr. Jun Amparo in the Guidance Office room 217 or thru his email: .

 

The Computer Club

is for students interested in using computers and various software packages that will enhance their computer technology skills in doing projects for classes or for other clubs.

For more information, contact FRITZ EUGENE BANSAG at

 

The Fun Lab Club

is a club in which students in grade 0 - 12, will be working with some fun experiment that let them think and apply the concept. They will learn about water surface tension, Bernoulli's principle and they wl also learn how to use the internet to do scientific research and design their own experiment based on the topic given.

Teacher: Mrs. Khwanjit Rastapana

 

The Math Booster Club.

This is a club designed to give students an extra boost in their math studies. During club time open conversations will be held about math topics they are currently studying. Also, extra guided practice will be given to assist with the understanding and completion of their homework.

Teacher:Matthew Robertson

 

Culinary Arts Club

Learning how to prepare healthy meals is an important skill in life, and the earlier students start the better. Culinary Arts Club is a fun way to introduce students from grades 10 to 12 to the basics of cooking and baking. The recipes provided are easy to prepare and offers a way to teach students healthy eating habits and cooking basics. It combines following directions and working with others to achieve a healthy meal for the entire group. Participants make the meal, help serve each other, and do clean up together.

For more information, please contact Ms. Marie, at

 

The Book club gives the student time to practice reading their favourite book to others and also to practice reading looking at sub titled films with and without sound.

It is a chance for the student to relax and enjoy an out of class experience of the joy that reading correctly can bring. Please contact Mr. Peter Burked, at

 

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLUBS

 

The Chinese Club

is aimed at let the students learn more about Chinese culture. Chinese Club engaged in monthly set themes working with Chinese paper cut,Chinese knot,Beijing Opera and Chinese dance.Students create original works of Chinese culture based on personal interests while working under the direction of the Chinese department staff.On occasion, students work on community-based Chinese culture projects. For more information please contact: Ms. Suying Zhang at

 

The Art Club

Students create original works of art based on personal interests. The best Artwork will be exhibited in the gallery of school or in the Art’s classroom.

Other topics are discussed such as origami (the art of paper folding)

The techniques of cutting and pasting

The sculpture

The transformation of a photo by computer

The technics of drawing and painting

For more information please contact Mr. Dimitri Bouzid at

 

The Theater Arts Club

is an every other Thursday, 4th period (11:12-12:02 Am), club that interested students from Grade 6 - 9 are involved in acting out stories in front of an audience, using a combination of speech, gesture, music, dance, sound and spectacle. In addition, it takes such forms as plays, musicals, opera, ballet, illusion, mime, kabuki, mummers' plays, improvisational theatre, stand-up comedy, pantomime, and non-conventional or contemporary forms like postmodern theatre, postdramatic theatre, or performance art, depending on occasions.

For more information please contact Ms. Girley Jon Aurelio at

 

The Middle School Choir

is a performing group that welcomes students from Grade 6-9 who love to sings. This club promotes teamwork, gives a sense of belonging and is really fun! Students in this club are given vocal training and the opportunity to apply concepts learned from Music class. It meets once a week for 50 minutes and prepares for special school activities where they are requested to perform.

For more information, please contact Ms. Liesil at

 

The Cooking Club

The purpose of our cooking clubs is to provide students from Grade 6 to Grade 9 with an opportunity to develop positive interests and activities in baking and cooking. Middle School Recipes activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy middle school recipes activities to more advanced. This activity is very fun for the kids and after they are finished they will have a fun slushy treat to taste.

For more information, please contact Ms. Mechie, at

 

The Basketball Club

for middle students aims to develop basic fundamental skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. It also enhances basic offensive and defensive techniques needed to win a basketball match. The students were given specific set of drills to practice and at the same time given a chance to enjoy a game of basketball every meeting.

For more information please contact Mr. Jonathan Amparo at

 

The Woodwind Instruments

This class is set to, however not limited to woodwind instruments and other Orchestral instruments. Students are encourage to read classic notation and begin playing whole pieces for their chosen instrument at a suitable level. Songs, genres and types can be chosen by the student body and group pieces mutually agreed on and worked on together. Students are encouraged to practice selected works at home in order to further develop their instrumental skills and sight reading abilities

For more information please contact Arron Clarke @