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!
Maple Leaf is proud to announce our 2016 Graduate Awards
At our 2016 Graduation Ceremony, the graduates were recognised for their achievements in the various disciplines and we are proud to share them with you. Congratulations to all 2016 graduates! SUBJECT AWARDS 2015-2016 Subject awards are presented to the graduate with the highest mark in the grade 12 courses. A minimum of 80% must have … Continue reading Maple Leaf is proud to announce our 2016 Graduate Awards
U19 Boys Football win against ISPS
Congratulations to the Maple Leaf Under 19 football team who won their match against ISPS yesterday with a 4:3 score. The goal scorers were Jordan Warner, Thomas Sorzano, Kevin Wharfe and Jorge Rodriguez. Spectacular goal keeping was executed by Timothy Brooks. Fantastic game team!
Grade 10 & 11 Health and Physical Education class had a vigorous walk up to the top of Chancellor Hill on Tuesday 10th May. This hike was on the trail which begins at the end of the lookout and reaches up to 1000ft (300m) above sea level. This activity was part of the curriculum which … Continue reading Hike up Chancellor Hill
PlayAble Caribbean Workshop with students
Some Secondary Maple Leaf students eagerly gave up their weekend, April 8th – 11th, 2016, to be a part of the PlayAble Caribbean Disability Sport Workshop which was held at Maple Leaf International School. The aim of the workshop was to train the students to work at disability sports camps and assist with developing Disability Sport … Continue reading PlayAble Caribbean Workshop with students
Maple Leaf Student Awarded Scholarship to Brock University
In honour of the 40th Anniversary Twinning of St. Catharines and Port of Spain, Brock University established a four year scholarship for an eligible undergraduate student from Trinidad. Maia Andrew, a student of Maple Leaf International School was awarded this full tuition scholarship and will head off to Brock in September to study Psychology and … Continue reading Maple Leaf Student Awarded Scholarship to Brock University
Academic Awards Presented to Grades 7 to 12
Maple Leaf International School held an Academic Assembly on Wednesday 24th February. Students from Grades 7 to 12 were recognised for their achievements and were awarded certificates in the following categories: Award of Excellence Honour Roll Award of Merit Perfect Attendance The complete list of awardees are listed here.