Eagle's Eye

April 3 - 7

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Join Us!

We are approaching another busy season for our school. Please take note of these upcoming events and join us when you can!

  • April 3: The First LIVE, 8:45am, North Gym
  • April 14: All-School Easter Chapel, 11:10 am
  • April 17: School Council Meeting, 7:00 pm, The Commons
  • April 24: Art Show, 6:00 pm, The Link
  • April 24: Band Concert, 7:00 pm, South Gym
  • April 27: High School Jazz Band plays at the Yardbird, 7:00 pm, Yardbird Suite
  • May 1: The First LIVE, 8:45am, North Gym
  • May 2 - 5: SCA presents Newsies
  • May 12: Jr. High Track & Field Day, Strathcona Athletic Park
  • May 15: School Council Meeting, 7:00 pm, The Commons
  • June 2: Graduation Ceremony, 1:00 pm
  • June 5: Athletic Awards Night, 6:00 pm, South Gym

Junior & Senior High Course Selections

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EXTRA EXTRA! Tickets are on sale!

Tickets for SCA’s Newsies are live! Our talented cast is performing six shows from May 2 - 5. ⠀

$15 for adults and $10 for kids and seniors. ⠀

Go to the link to purchase through Eventbrite!
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New Lunchtime Dance Club!

Ms. Theberge and Mrs. Puttick are starting a new lunchtime club! Next week we are launching an opportunity for junior high students to come out and experience worship through dance.

Every Friday from 12-12:25 pm in the drama room, Mrs. Puttick will be leading students in a warm-up and Ms. Theberge will follow up with some simple choreography to Christian music. The heart behind this time is to connect with students, for students to connect with God through worship and movement. This will be a drop-in activity.

Some scripture we have been reflecting on is Psalm 139:14, which speaks to students’ value in how God sees them:

I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. – Psalm 139:14

1 Corinthians 3:16-17 speaks to God’s holiness and how he is calling us to steward our bodies:

Don’t you know that you yourselves are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in your midst? - Corinthians 3:16

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out. We are both so excited to see what God will do through this time worshipping together.

SCA Wear Store is Open!

Visit this link to order your SCA Wear! All proceeds go to support SCA Athletics.

This is open for all students and parents.

Ordering closes April 5th.

The Break Room Update

The Break Room has slowly received some more donations for the space. Thank you very much! I just wanted to mention that if there are items on the sign-up sheet which you have something gently used that could work (does not have to be brand new or specifically the items I attached in the links). Those are more for just helping to create a visual.

Just send me an email to ask if it could work, and I will get back to you!

Make sure to scroll all the way down – it might ask you to click “see more.” It’s a free sign up tool so the advertisements get it the way at times!

As well, please feel free to drop off the item as soon as it’s ready just at the main office and label it Break Room (Ms. Theberge).

List of Requesting Donations:


If you would like to make a cash donation instead of donating items, please contact Jackie.bateman@eips.ca or call the school at 780-464-7127 in the office to arrange this.

Thank you for your help!

Danielle (Ms. Theberge)

Summer School Registration is Open!

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On the Menu

Monday, April 3 (Day 1)
  • The First LIVE, 8:45 am, North Gym - join us!
  • Taco Salad Supreme

Tuesday, April 4 (Day 2)

  • Waffle Bar

Wednesday, April 5 (Day 1)

  • Early Dismissal, 2:20 pm
  • Grilled Cheese or Philly Cheesesteak with Soup

Thursday, April 6 (Day 2)

  • Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl or Butter Chicken with Naan

Friday, April 7

  • Good Friday, no school

Upcoming Key Dates

  • April 3: The First LIVE, 8:45am, The Link - join us!
  • April 5: Staff vs. Students Basketball Game, 11:10am, North Gym - join us!
  • April 5: Early dismissal, 2:20pm
  • April 7: Good Friday, school closed
  • April 10: Easter Monday, school closed
  • April 14: All-School Easter Chapel, 11:10 am - join us!
  • April 17: School Council Meeting, 7:00 pm, The Commons - join us!
  • April 24: Art Show, 6:00 pm, The Link - join us!
  • April 24: Band Concert, 7:00 pm, South Gym - join us!


On the FIRST day of each school week, Pastor Jordie brings us video announcements and a school-wide devotional. Please visit the SCA Secondary Youtube Channel to view

the most recent FIRST.

March 20, 2023


Please refer to the Weekly Gym Schedule for practice and game information.

Junior High Athletics Update

Please see below for what our Junior High Athletics looks like after spring break.

Badminton and handball tryouts are completed, so we will only have practices and games/tournaments. I will be asking for volunteers for some of the events as the day approaches, especially the May 12th Track and Field day. Please send all comments/questions to symonds.botchey@eips.ca.


Junior (Gr. 7&8)

  1. Rudolph H. April 15th
  2. Ardrossan April 22nd
  3. EIPS @ SCA April 25th 2023

Senior (Gr. 9)

  1. Ardrossan April 15th
  2. Rudolph H. April 22
  3. EIPS @ ABJ April 25th 2023

Championship Evening Div 1,2,3 April 27 Lamont


Handball League Play - April 3 - May 4, 2023

Junior High Provincial Championship Tournament - April 20 to 23, 2023, Millennium Place

EIAA Handball Championship (Snr) @ FRH - May 4-6, 2023

EIAA Handball Championship (Jnr) @ SCA - May 4-6, 2023

Track and Field

SCS Track & Field Day - May 12th, 2023

EIAA Track &Field (@SAP) - May 23, 2023

Zones - June 1, 2023


June 5th, 2023 @ Whitetail Crossing


Scholarship & Awards Applications

The SCA Scholarships & Awards application is now open!

These are for the awards and scholarships that are awarded at graduation.

Note - the application closes on Monday, April 3 at 9 am SHARP! This application does take some time to fill out, so please consider starting early. If you have any questions, speak to Mrs. Matheson

Click here to apply:


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Career Pathways is designed to develop skills that students can apply in their daily lives when preparing for entry into the workplace or for further learning opportunities. Competencies achieved will allow students to make relevant connections with work and/or post-secondary training.

Our Mission: To provide authentic, relevant, and engaging career opportunities and foster growth and readiness for life after school.

Click here for the latest newsletter.

Job Board

EIPS Career Pathways has developed an information board with volunteering and job opportunities for high school students.

Dual-Credit Learning Opportunity

Dual-Credit is the ability for students to take Post-Secondary courses while still in high school.

Students can earn three to five 30-level high school credits (depending on the program selected), and three university level transfer credits for any course they choose. Students may enroll in one or more great introductory courses that will serve as great exposure to Post-Secondary studies.

Courses have varied delivery methods and perquisites and may be enrollment dependent. For a list of courses and a more detailed description, please refer to the Dual Credit Course Handbook (WINTER) and register using the linked Pre-Registration Form. For more information, please contact: careerpathways@eips.ca or Mrs. Matheson: dion.matheson@eips.ca 22-23 Dual Credit

Course Handbook (WINTER)

22-23 Dual Credit Pre-Registration Form


Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) Grade 11 Early Admissions "Jump Start" Program

CUE’s Jump Start — Early Admission Program is designed for students in Grade 11 who are interested in applying to CUE’s Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Management & Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Dual Degrees, or Bachelor of Science programs.

Students in Grade 11 may apply for admission to Jump Start for Fall 2024 between January 1 and June 15, 2023.

Students that do not take advantage of Jump Start may apply for admission for Fall 2024 any time after October 1, 2023.

Applicants should present five appropriate Grade 11 courses needed for their specific program of studies and be on track to take the Grade 12 sequel courses at an equal or greater course level. Specific program requirements still apply. All applicants are considered for Jump Start with an admission average of 65% for Arts and Science programs and 72% for the Management and Bachelor of Management & Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Dual Degrees programs.

For more information, speak to Mrs. Matheson (dion.matheson@eips.ca)