Hi. Would you like to connect with a member of our Admissions team? Click here.
message bubble icon

Category: Recent News

Virtual Open House – Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Maple Leaf International School is hosting a Virtual Open House on Tuesday 11th May, 2021 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. At Maple Leaf International School, we bring the joy of learning into your child’s classroom through the student-centred approach of an authentic Ontario education, right here in Trinidad. Whether face to face or online, students aged 4 to 18 … Continue reading Virtual Open House – Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Half Day School on Wellness Wednesday

In October 2020 Maple Leaf implemented ‘Wellness Wednesday’ to give students and staff a break from online instruction. All classes are dismissed early, teachers go offline and everyone is encouraged to step away from their screens, put their phones down and take some time for themselves. Please note that the school office is also closed … Continue reading Half Day School on Wellness Wednesday

Kindergarten Info Session

At Maple Leaf International School, your child can flourish with our Kindergarten programme, in-person or online! Benefit from the Ontario education system Learn through a child centred, play-based approach with small class sizes Thrive in a safe, nurturing environment Local students entering Kindergarten are exempt from paying Capital Fund Register here to receive sign-on details: … Continue reading Kindergarten Info Session

Character Trait Awards for February 2021

Congratulations to the students who received the Self Control Award at our Character Trait assembly on March 8, 2021. Kindergarten(H) – Phoenix Hadeed Kindergarten (A) – Ceinwen Jones Gr. 1 – River Boyce Gr.2 – Joshua Fraser Gr. 3 – Arush Kotapati Gr. 4 – Tamara Siu Chong Gr. 5 – Gianna Pirali Gr. 6 … Continue reading Character Trait Awards for February 2021

Well done Victoria!

Victoria Ferreira graduated from Maple Leaf last year and continued on to American University where she is currently studying Business Administration with a focus on Marketing. Due to her excellent academic performance, she has been nominated to join The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). Fewer than 20% of eligible students in the USA are … Continue reading Well done Victoria!

Academic Awards – February 2021

Congratulations to all our Intermediate and Secondary academic award recipients who were recognised at our virtual academic assembly held on February 24th, 2021. These awards covered Term 1/Semester 1. We are are proud of you and your accomplishment and encourage you to keep up the good work. AWARD OF EXCELLENCE: In recognition of high academic … Continue reading Academic Awards – February 2021

PTA helps upgrade school tech

The Maple Leaf PTAs recent donation will support the school’s purchase of thirty-five laptops as well as a new server and other hardware. These upgrades in computer technology will enhance the teaching and learning environment for all students at all grade levels. Representing the PTA, Jo-Ann Traboulay, PTA President and Kern Crosby, Fundraiser Chairperson presented … Continue reading PTA helps upgrade school tech

Kinesiology time!

Our Grade 12 Kinesiology students were tasked with constructing a model of a synovial joint; the joints that allow larger movements like the elbow, knee or hip joint. Their teacher, Mrs. Ross-Kydd, challenged the students to replicate the exact anatomy of the joint recreating the bones, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bursae and cartilage. At the ‘Online Anatomy Fair’ students presented … Continue reading Kinesiology time!

And the winners are…

Thank you to all the staff who entered our Staff Halloween Costume Competition. Parents, students and staff had a chance to vote online and of the 122 votes received, the winner with 24 votes is *drum roll* our Principal Mr. Rozario a.k.a. Spider-Man! Other popular contestants include Senorita Carolina with 16 votes, Ms. Burdick with … Continue reading And the winners are…

Banned Books Week at Maple Leaf

Banned Books Week – September 27 – October 3, 2020 This annual event celebrates the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it spotlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. It brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of … Continue reading Banned Books Week at Maple Leaf