Innovative educational practices designed around relationships and flexible programming.
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Our vision is to enable students across the province to build a personalized educational program to match the uniqueness of their learning needs, their environment, and their interests. The School of Hope is dedicated to the success of student learning and the satisfaction and growth of our school community. Our staff is committed to encouraging students to seek and foster lifelong learning by:

  • Providing flexibility of instructional approaches to encourage student success.
  • Building and sustaining relationships with families and students.
  • Modeling “best practices” of teaching and learning.

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Jr/Sr High Social Justice Club 'Hands of Hope'
11:30AM - 12:00PM
  • Are you interested in making a positive difference to your school and community? Would you like to take a leadership role in our school and help plan activities to encourage a welcoming and accepting school community and to help plan and lead social justice projects?

  • Hands of Hope has done things like fundraise to support our School of Hope foster child and for the Canadian Cancer Society and supported mission work in the Dominican Republic.

  • This is a student-led organization, with the teacher, Elaine Johnston MacMillan, as a mentor. (Participation can be included on your resume!)   

  • To learn more, come to our first online meeting on Thursday., Nov. 19th, at 1:30 p.m. 

  • Please contact your teacher or office for more info

Parent Council - Meeting
6:30PM - 7:30PM
Zoom Meeting - Please contact the office for more info and the link to the session
Vibe - Wellness Program for Grades
2:30PM - 3:00PM
  • Grades 5-7 students are invited to join VIBE for a fun and creative FREE wellness program, running live November 18 & 25, December 2 & 9 from 2:30-3:00 pm. 

  • These classes will use books by Peter H. Reynolds to encourage creativity, flexibility, and self-esteem.  For more details, please watch for the student course on Canvas: VIBE Grades 5-7 (Optional). 

  • Please note these classes are optional for students to attend and are not graded or accredited.  Participants will be required to provide their own basic art supplies.

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