Student Services: Information on Founder's Day, AP Exams, Summer School and a summer program at Queen's
Student Services Updates
For important announcements and to access resources, please continue to check our Student Services page on Schoology. There are several documents available on the site and we post regularly to alert our students to new, exciting opportunities.
Following our usual tradition, our Grade 12 students will be hosting Founder’s Day on Friday, May 13th. We look forward to gathering as a school community to celebrate the Feast Day of St. John Baptist de la Salle together at mass. We look forward to cheering on our staff and students who will be competing in our staff-student soccer game! Lunch will be provided after the game and students will be dismissed early (12:30 p.m.). More details will be sent to the community about the event shortly. The community is welcome to join us remotely and a link will be shared for mass. All Grade 12s are reminded to review their assigned roles for the day and connect with staff if required.
Advanced Placement Exams
Our senior students have been working hard to prepare for AP Exams taking place over the next two weeks. Good luck to all!
Summer School Information
Course information for all confirmed classes will be sent to registered students in May. Thank you for your patience.
SEEQ AT QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY – BACK IN PERSON THIS SUMMER!
ATTENTION STUDENTS IN GRADES 7-11:
SEEQ (Summer Enrichment Experience) is a program offered through the Enrichment Studies Unit at Queen’s University. This overnight experience is back by popular demand and offers a challenging and inspiring academic experience and an opportunity to explore everyday university life on campus.
When: August 7-12 and August 14-19, 2022
- Clinical Anatomy
- Pathology: DNA to Forensics
- Mathematics and Physics
- Web Programming
- Commerce: Introduction to Business Studies
- Foundational Anatomy
- Pathology and Molecular Medicine
- Leadership Development Program
- Writing Compelling Fiction
- The Start-up Challenge (Entrepreneurship)
Students will explore their passions and interests through on-campus experiences. They will live in residence, attend daytime classes, eat all meals in a campus dining hall and participate in extracurricular activities on campus and in the Kingston community. Their courses combine lectures with applied learning through videos, tours, guest speakers, experiments, field work and more.
The Leadership Stream is a program designed for students who strive to become successful leaders in academic, extracurricular, and business situations. The SEEQ helps students develop effective communication skills, build strategic relationships, and become successful team members and leaders.
For students working towards the Duke of Edinburgh International Award Gold Medal, the residence-experience satisfies the Gold Project requirement.
Applications are now open, and space is limited. You can learn more at:
- Student Services