Awards

Academics

Protocol for Awards

Head of School Award is achieved by having a grade of 90% or above in all subjects.

Honour Roll is achieved by having an average of 80% or above in all academic subjects during the grading period.

Merit of Excellence is achieved by making grades of 80% or above in all academic subjects during the grading period.

Goal Award Students who actively work towards and succeed to achieve challenging goals set at the beginning of the term. These goal attainments must be proven through documented results in marks, quality work or behavioural change, etc. being targeted.

Progress per subject Students who put in effort and time in each subject at each grade and whose personal progress is noted by the teacher.

Social Activism Award Students who complete 5 or more volunteer hours and submit all paperwork on time, in a given term, will receive recognition of progress towards their volunteer hours for the year.

NSAL Leadership Award Students who demonstrate leadership in a variety of ways.

The Duke Edinburgh’s International Award is an internationally recognized program done by creating opportunities for young people to develop skills, get physically active, give service and experience adventure. The idea of the award is to build global citizens.

MIP Sport Teams Award is awarded to the most improved player on each team.

MVP Sport Teams is awarded to the most valuable player on each team.

Jr athlete of the year is awarded to a secondary 1 or 2 student who show promise in the area of athletics

Male and Female athlete of the year is awarded to an outstanding male and female athlete each year.

Valedictorian: This is a student chosen based on their grades, teacher’s votes and administrative influence to represent their class as a speaker.

Salutatorian: This is a second student chosen based on their grades, teacher’s votes and administrative influence to represent their class as a speaker.

Protocol for Awards

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