January 30 - February 3
From the Front Office
Registration Opens February 1st
For all registration inquires, please email Mrs. Khajavi For more information and the link to register, please click here.
SCA Secondary Open House
Are you or someone you know interested in learning more about our school and our school community for the upcoming school year? If so, this event is for YOU! SCA Secondary School would like to welcome you to our Open House on Monday, February 6th at 6:30pm in our library.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to seeing you there! Click here for more information.
EIPS Summer School registration will open on March 15th
For more information including how to register, please visit the EIPS Summer School website which will be updated regularly with important information and class availability.
As a note in preparing for summer school, please know that students will not be permitted to miss more than 2 days of classes. In an effort to ensure student success, please consider this in your summer planning.
For more questions, please contact Next Step Summer School Directly.
Janet Clarkson, Summer School Registrar: 780-467-7292
Student Services Art Contest
GRADUATION PORTRAIT INFORMATION
Grad portraits at the school have been scheduled for March 6-14, 2023. It is time for you to reserve your appointment. The booking will happen online so please make sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible.
- Go to www.iconexp.com and click the “Book Now” button
- Select an event SCA Secondary Grad Portraits (Taken at SCHOOL)
- Select your Service Grad Portraits (At School-$30 Due at Portraits)
- Select your appointment from the available times and dates and complete all required information
What's On This Week
On the Menu
- PD Day, no classes
Tuesday, January 31 (Day 1)
- First day of Semester 2!
- Pulled Pork or Chicken Club Wrap
Wednesday, February 1 (Day 2)
- Early Dismissal, 2:20 pm
- Grilled Cheese Sandwich or BLT Sandwich with Soup
Thursday, February 2 (Day 1)
- Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl or Butter Chicken with Naan Bread
Friday, February 3 (Day 2)
- $5 Lead 9 Pizza Fundraiser
Upcoming Key Dates
- January 30: PD Day, no classes
- January 31: First day of Semester 2
- February 1: Staff/RCMP vs. Jr. High Basketball game, 11:10 am; Early Dismissal, 2:20 pm
- February 9 & 10: PD Days, no classes
- February 20: Family Day, no classes
- February 22: Pink Shirt Day
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.
Staff & RCMP vs. Jr. High Basketball
his is an early out day, so lunch starts at 11:10 am. If you coach one of these teams, or are an athlete on these teams, please come out and play.
Parents: come watch and cheer!
SCS Career Fair - March 1st
The purpose of the event is to provide students with the opportunity to connect with adults working in fields of interest and to learn about lesser-known careers and industries. This will also be a fantastic opportunity for our students to practice networking with others.
Some of the careers represented are trades, medicine, speech and language pathology, aviation, pastoral ministry, law enforcement, engineering, law, and more! Bible Colleges and other post-secondary institutions will also be present.
If you are a parent interested in being involved with the career fair, please contact Mrs. Matheson (email@example.com). We are especially in need of more individuals in the fields of business and technology.
Please encourage your students to attend!
2023 Math Contest
If students wish to participate in their respective grade level math contest, please email Mr. Johnson. All contests will take place after school. The contests must be ordered by February 6th, so please give notice asap.
Adapting to Post-Secondary Information Sessions
This will be a fun and informative session for our grade 11 and 12 students who are curious about what university life is really like.
Adapting to University Life, Part 1- February 27, 2023 - 3:30-4:30 in the Commons
Adapting to University Life, Part 2 - University of Alberta - March 6, 2023 - 3:30-4:30 in the Commons
If students or parents have any questions, please send them to Mrs. Matheson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dual-Credit Learning Opportunity
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: email@example.com or Mrs. Matheson: firstname.lastname@example.org 22-23 Dual Credit
Course Handbook (WINTER)
In the Community
Division High School Information Session - January 30
Date: January 30
Time: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Location: The Park Church, 1 Brower Dr., Sherwood Park, AB
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 (email@example.com)