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BCHS This Week: February 11th February 16th, 2013

BCHS This WeekApril 3 7, 2017

Monday - Lunch at 11:28am PM Flex (7/8 TAG)- Sr. High Info meeting for Gr 9s during Flex

Tuesday - Lunch at 11:28am PM Flex (7/8 COI)

Wednesday - Lunch 12:06pm - AM Flex (7/8 TAG)

Thursday - Lunch 12:06pm - AM Flex (7/8 COI)

Friday - PD Day - No School for StudentsWe are on a WEEK A


Save the date April 7 PD Day No classes for studentsApril 14 Good Friday No SchoolApril 17 Easter Monday No SchoolApril 26 Early Dismissal School ends at 2:19pmMay 9 Grade 9 LA PAT Part AMay 19 Pembina Hills No School DayMay 22 Victoria Day No School

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Cafeteria Menu

Monday Apr 3 Beef dip & Salad

Tuesday Apr 4 Chicken Fingers & Fries

Wednesday Apr 5 All Day Breakfast

Thursday Apr 6Pizza

Friday Apr 7 No School

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Congratulations to the Barrhead Steelers who won the Midget Provincial ChampionshipWe are on a WEEK A

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RSVP as follows:Painting Birdhouses:Dunstable by April 7;Barrhead & Fort Assiniboine by April 13;Movie Night by April 11Bowling by April 21by calling 780-674-3341 or via Facebook at Barrhead Youth FCSS.We are on a WEEK A

Jr. HighAnnouncements

bchs high School Registration orientationGrade 9Located in Drama TheatreApril 3 1:22 Flex period

All Grade 9 must attend

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Sr. HighAnnouncements


Planning for next year?(current grade 10s, 11s & especially grade 12s)

ARE YOU:Considering a career in the health care or medical field?

Undecided about life after graduation; thinking of taking a year off? Need time to upgrade or work? Is post-secondary expensive and a bit daunting?NOT interested in going away to college, but want a decent career opportunity in your community? Interested in a Health Care Aide college diploma? (Helps to pay for university!) If youre currently under 21 years old as of January 1, 2018, and have English 10-1, or 20-2, you are eligible for this opportunity.

If you have answered yes to any of these questions: Talk to your school counselor &/or admin Attend HCA information evening (parents welcome) Wed., April 5TH 7:00PMRFStaples, Multi-purpose Rm Thurs., April 6TH 7:00PMBarrhead Composite, Room #2

*Pre-Requisite: English 10-1, or 20-2, or 30-2. *24 spaces available, first come first served

*Program filled in 2016/17 (register quickly)

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Some of the current HCA studentsFor More information, attend an information evening, or speak to your school career counselor.

NorQuest staff will do a presentation at he information meeting & answer your questions.

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Off-Campus EducationMarch time sheets are due for work experience and RAP. Be sure both you and your employer sign the document.RAP students, very important to keep up your timesheets, you may have enough hours accumulated for an evaluation from your employer

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ATCO provides awards to Alberta Indigenous students who demonstrate leadership and commitment in their quest for higher education. $500 Merit Awards for students in grade 10-12$1000 Bursaries for students in diploma or certificate programs$1500 Scholarships for students in degree or graduate programsSee Ms Wegner or visit ATCO.com/IndigenousAwards

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Graduating and now what????Consider returning to BCHS in the fall

You can upgrade a course to obtain the mark you need to get into a post-secondary programTake extra courses which may help you get into a post-secondary programTake a variety of CTS courses to gain valuable skills for the workplaceRegister for RAP if you are working in an eligible tradeYou can enroll for one class, one semester, or the whole yearTalk to any administrator or teacher if you wish to pursue this viable option.We are on a WEEK A

Canada 150 Inspired Learning ScholarshipKing's is offering 150 Inspired Learning Scholarships for new students, valued at $5,000 each!At least 1 scholarship will be available for every Edmonton and area high school, and the remaining awards are available for students from across Canada.Applicants must have a high school admission average of 80%+, write a paragraph describing how they plan to uphold King's mission and vision in their future endeavours, and be nominated by a high school teacher, guidance counsellor, pastor or community leader.Application deadline is May 15

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Business Now Accepting Math 30-2 for AdmissionKing's has revised the admission requirements for the 4-year Bachelor of Commerce program: English 30-1* Math 30-1 or 30-2* 2 Standard Courses 1 Standard or Non-Standard Course An overall average of 60%+King's offers non-competitive admission. As long as a student meets the above admission requirements, they can expect admission into King's B.Com. program.

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King's View Friday - Spend the day on campus, learn about programs, admission, financial aid and student life. Sit in on a class and even go on a tour. And apply for FREE!April 7Personal Visit - Meet one-on-one with an Admissions Counsellor or go on a private a campus tour. Available Monday - Friday between 9 am - 4 pm, with extended hours on Thursdays until 7 pm!

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Athletics ID Camps - Try out for one of King's ACAC-level Athletics Teams: Basketball ID Camp - April 8 Soccer ID Camps - May 17, June 3

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Bachelor of Commerce

The application deadline for the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) program has been extended to June 30, 2017. The competitive average for admission to the program will be 70 per cent until the application deadline.

The BCom program remains direct-entry for high school students -- they do not require that applicants have pre-professional studies before applying. All majors within the program will offer a co-op stream beginning in Fall 2017.

Students considering pursuing careers in business are encouraged to submit an application for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce as soon as possible as they will evaluate your application for potential early admission to the program on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Second choice on application

All students applying to MacEwan University have the option of selecting a second-choice program on your application. While many students are certain of what their educational goals are, it is always in your best interest to leave as many doors open as possible by selecting a second-choice program.

The first-and second-choice programs on an application are evaluated consecutively, so students will either be made an offer of admission or declined for admission to their first-choice program before their application to the second-choice program is evaluated. The only exception is if a student is waitlisted to their first-choice program. In this case the student will remain on the waitlist for the program but evaluation of the application for the second-choice program will begin.We are on a WEEK A

What to do after applying

Within one business day of submitting an application for admission, you will receive a network ID letter containing your login information for myStudentSystem, the universitys student portal. This email will be sent to the address you provided on ApplyAlberta. All further electronic communication from the university will go to your myMacEwan Gmail account. If you do not receive your network ID letter, you should contact [email protected] for assistance.

Check your myStudentSystem and your myMacEwan Gmail accounts regularly to monitor for updates to your admission status or for any outstanding conditions on your to-do list. You have 45 days to accept an offer of admission, otherwise it will be rescinded.

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A rep is here from 11:30 2:00 on Tuesday, April 4.He will be setting up a booth in the foyer at lunch and then later in the library for block 3 and flex.If you are attending Concordia, please meet with him so he can answer any questions you may have about registering for classes, making final payments of tuition, final marks.You can also meet with him if you are in grade 10 and 11 and just want to find out what the school is all about.

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A showcase of all programs that NorQuest has to offer!Thursday, April 64:30 - 7:30 pmNorQuest College Main Building10215 108 Street NWEdmonton, AB

Free SnacksStop by Tim Hortons for a free coffee or tea and donut while you check out Program Info Night.We are on a WEEK A

Online Group Chats

Online Group Chats allow students to sign-in from the comfort of their own home and ask real-time questions to University of Alberta advisors.

Chats take place monthly on Wednesdays from 7:00pm-9:00pm (MST). Upcoming chat dates include:

April 5, 2017May 3, 2017

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book a campus visit!You will experience campus with current UAlberta students and learn first-hand what it is like to live and study at the U of A.You can customize your campus visit, including adding a one-on-one advising session with your faculty of choice or general advisor.

The next Saturday Campus Visit is available on April 8, 2017.

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Registration 101 WorkshopsOnlineWednesday, April 12Wednesday, May 10Wednesday, June 14

Faculty specific sessions, times, locations, registration links and more are listed online at uab.ca/reg101.