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June 17

Final Exams Q4

Wednesday, June 23 8:00 – 10:30 AM 
Block 1 Classes write finals in their classrooms - all courses
Bus Schedule: Regular morning pickup Buses depart at 10:45 am

Thursday, June 24 8:00 – 10:30 AM

Block 2 Classes write finals in their classrooms - all courses
Bus Schedule: Regular morning pickup Buses depart at 10:45 am

Library Book Return

Please return all borrowed textbooks, library books and calculators to the library. The library is accepting returns now! All books are due back after your last exam. The final day to drop off books is June 25. Remember, there is a dropbox outside the main entrance.

Célébrons la réussite d'un certificat bilingue!

Dîner - poutine, salade, jus
Le dîner et la remise des certificats auront lieu à la cafétéria le vendredi 18 juin à 11h30.
Nous sommes très fiers de vous.

National Indigenous History Month Contest at Paul Kane

When: week of June 14-18 & week of June 21-25

Come discover some famous Indigenous Canadians down in the Social Studies Hallway.

Read the posters. complete the quick questionnaire. put it in the draw box for a chance to win one of 6 great, locally hand-made Metis Art keychains. 3 winners picked per week.

Bonn shanss to all. 

PK Pride (June 14-18)

PK Pride will be a week of FUN and PRIZES celebrating inclusion.
Click here for the Calendar of Events
Come take your picture at the Pride photo wall each day in the lounge. We are also holding a Pride Bingo contest with PRIZES, PRIZES, PRIZES! Visit the Student Services google classroom or click here for more details.

summer work experience

Working for the Summer? Please sign-up for Summer Work Experience. Register through the Summer School portal Click Here to Register for Summer School or email Mr. Turnham directly at To register you must be employed by the start of summer school (recruitment is not an option unfortunately), you must be working in the local area, and you must have completed HCS3000 prior to starting working (must be done before June 21st) Click Here to Complete HCS3000

dual credit

Interested in Dual Credit for the first or second semester this upcoming year? Sign up for a course (or more). This is open to all high school students aspiring to explore or get a head start to postsecondary. We currently offer Psychology 104, Sociology 1000, Justice Studies, and Indigenous Studies. Want to know more Click Here to Learn More. To Sign Up...Click Here to Register. Courses are subject to enrollment and deliveries may happen in Semester 1 or 2 depending on enrollment and delivery options.

Scholarship and Award information

If you have questions that are not answered in our detailed student handout for Awards and Scholarships, or require application/award forms please email the Awards Coordinator.

upcoming award deadlines

The Cityline Scholarship for BIPOC Women

The Cityline Scholarship for BIPOC Women aims to provide access to post-secondary education and reward youth who demonstrate financial need and want to pursue a career in Media studies. Application details here.

Apply online  no later than 1:00pm EST on June 25, 2021.

The 2021 Medavie Scholarship
Now accepting applications from youth who have overcome mental health adversity and are pursuing health-related studies at a Canadian university or community college. This year, up to five scholarships of $5,000 each, renewable for up to three additional years, will be awarded.

Deadline to apply is June 27, 2021. For full details and to apply, click here.

The 2021 Al Hamilton Scholarship Award 
The Al Hamilton Scholarship is awarded annually to a student from the Northern Alberta area for excellence in academics, athletics and community service. One scholarship is available each year to a student entering their first year of post-secondary education. This year, there are two scholarships available for two deserving students. The value of each scholarship is $2,000 per school year to a maximum of four (4) years, equating to $8,000.Candidates must:

Demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.
Demonstrate achievement in organized sports at a competitive level.
Demonstrate community leadership and involvement.
Candidates must also be residents of Alberta who are applying to an accredited post-secondary institution or vocational technical school in Canada.

For complete eligibility guidelines, please see the application. Deadline June 28, 2021.

CUPE Local 1099 St. Albert Public High School Scholarship

CUPE Local 1099 is offering two $500 scholarships, open to any student graduating from Bellerose, Paul Kane, or Outreach High Schools in June of 2021. To apply students must submit proof of enrollment in any post-secondary program for the 2021-22 school year and an original essay of at least 750 words answering the question “What does a Union mean to me?”. Please submit your application by email to Lee-Ann Kalen, President, CUPE Local 1099, Application deadline: July 30, 2021.

CUPE Alberta - Rick Malcolm Education Scholarship
Does your parent work for CUPE? Every year, CUPE Alberta awards a scholarship to a CUPE member of an affiliated Alberta local, in good standing with CUPE Alberta Division, or an immediate family member who is pursuing post-secondary studies. Immediate family will be limited to spouses and children. For information, visit: Application deadline: September 1.

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