Ontario Universities’ Fair – September 2017
Ontario Universities’ Fair (OUF): September 22-24, 2017 The OUF is the only event where you can see all 21 Ontario universities in one place! It’s a once-a-year, free event where attendees can talk directly with senior university faculty and representatives. The OUF takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Admission is free. Visit: www.ouf.ca Follow … Continue reading Ontario Universities’ Fair – September 2017
Forest of Reading Challenge begins Monday 6th February
This initiative of the Ontario Library Association, aims at encouraging people of all ages and reading levels to read; and to have their say on whether these books deserve a literary award.
Maple Leaf Students Raise Funds For Autistic Society
The students of the Grade 12 Business Leadership class at Maple Leaf International School recently presented a donation to the Autistic Society of Trinidad & Tobago. They put their business leadership skills to work and planned a series of events that included a Football Sweat, a FIFA video game and table tennis tournament as well … Continue reading Maple Leaf Students Raise Funds For Autistic Society
Grade 10 students donate to Rainbow Rescue
Students from Ms. Pechlof’s Grade 10 Civics Class made a donation to the Rainbow Rescue Home for Boys. Their fundraising efforts were part of a class project where each group had to work together to make a positive contribution to their chosen cause. Well done Civics students and kudos to you Ms. Pechlof!
Model UN Club in Montreal
There are 11 delegates from Maple Leaf International School who are at the moment gearing up for the Secondary Schools’ United Nations Symposium (SSUNS) 2016 in Montreal, Quebec. This symposium runs from November 10 – 13 and takes the format of a Model United Nations conference which gives high school students the opportunity to explore … Continue reading Model UN Club in Montreal
Helping the Shelter for Battered Women & Children
A clothing drive is being conducted for ‘The Shelter for Battered Women and Children’ by Stella Blanc, Mila Carter, and Amy Thomson of Ms. Pechlof’s Grade 10 Civics class. The class was presented with a topic to make the community around them a better place, and was challenged to start an incentive. This group decided … Continue reading Helping the Shelter for Battered Women & Children
Raising Funds for Rainbow Rescue
On Friday 14th October, 2016, Matthew Akam-Sawh, Jean-Marie Charles and Dylan Pitcher of the Grade 10 Civics Class held a ice lolly sale. They raised funds and increased awareness about Rainbow Rescue. This is a charitable organization whose interest is in providing care and rehabilitation for children forced to live on the streets. Delicious, healthy, … Continue reading Raising Funds for Rainbow Rescue
College University Fair – November 4, 2016
High school students and parents can meet one-on-one with representatives from universities and colleges from Canada, USA, UK and the Caribbean.
Ski Trip for Secondary Students
Students will experience downhill skiing, snow boarding, horse and sleigh trip, ice fishing, a hockey game and lots more…the ultimate Canadian experience!
Suryaa Maharaj, a Grade 10 student, took part in the recent Republic Bank Pan Minors Music Literacy Scholarship Programme. Each year, over 120 students (10 – 17 years old) from elementary and secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago participate in a three-week intensive programme – Theory/Aural and Sight Reading on Pan. It was held at … Continue reading Well done Suryaa!