Discover the art of storytelling through film! We'll explore how film communicates narratives, aspects and vocabulary of filmmaking, and appreciate film as a form of artistic expression. Along the way, we'll watch iconic movies, analyze their magic, and explore the roles of directors, screenwriters, and actors. Engaging in discussions and creative projects will transform learning into a fun and educational journey, leaving you with a deeper appreciation for filmmaking.
Students will learn kitchen safety and etiquette, develop basic culinary skills and explore nutrition and some of the various careers in the food industry. After completing a kitchen safety orientation, students will start off their food journey by exploring recipes and meal planning. They will then venture into creating snacks from simple recipes, working toward more complex main and dessert recipes.
Graphic Design, Photography & Yearbook (Terms 3 & 4)
This class is a dynamic exploration of visual storytelling. Students capture moments and document events throughout the school year. Lessons emphasize photojournalism techniques and helping students tell compelling stories through images. This class also fosters creativity, teamwork, and attention to detail as students work collaboratively to create a lasting record of their school's experiences.
Home Ec'd or Get Wrecked
In this class, students will have the opportunity to try out a wide range of skills. They will be able to choose their own projects and learn techniques they can enjoy for the rest of their lives, including crocheting, hand stitching, macrameing and more!
What does it take to be an effective leader? This course encourages students to be confident, supportive, and positive leaders in our school community. Students will have the opportunity to build skills that will help lead to future success. Our Leadership students are provided with various opportunities such as, but not limited to, community and school involvement, organizing initiatives, and building a stronger, richer school culture. Possible initiatives could include intramural sports, mentorship, special event planning, student clubs, and student council leads. Dream big, make a difference and find your voice!
Geared to the athletically-minded, this class takes things to the next level by looking at the science behind the athlete. Students will explore an introduction to anatomy, injury management, nutrition and training & conditioning. Lessons will include both classroom and active components.