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Tuesday, September 6th NO SCHOOL for students. Staff Retreat Wednesday, September 7th 8:15 – 10:15 am Grade 8 Students only (summer uniform) 10:00 – 11:00 ...
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BC District authority scholarship winners

Congratulations to the following students who were recently awarded a District Authority Scholarship. The District/Authority scholarship is awarded to 5,500 high school graduates who have ...
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Graduation lived streamed

The Grad Commissioning Service is being held on Tuesday, June 28 at 6:30pm  and will be live streamed.  
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Fantastic Provincial Results

Congratulations to our Grade 10 students on their exceptional results in the provincial Literacy assessment, as 87% of the students scored a 3 or 4 ...
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First Alumni to be Ordained

Congratulations to alumnus Fr. Kent Grealy, FSSP (SARHS ’10), who was ordained a Catholic priest on May 27. As far as we know, this is ...
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Annual End of year outing for international students

International students and conversation partners had fun at the annual end of year fish & chips lunch.  Students then hopped on a whale watching boat ...
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Focus Blocks

Bell and Block Schedule

BC’s new curriculum focuses on individualized and personalized learning, student-centered teaching, and flexibility within the learning environment.

With this in mind, St. Andrew’s has implemented Focus Blocks into our Bell and Block Schedule

Focus Blocks allow students and staff to work together for the benefit of student learning and development, reflecting the main focuses of the new curriculum. Students will be supported to ensure they make effective use of their time.

Focus Blocks occur Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday as 50 minute mandatory blocks. Students’ primary responsibility in Focus Blocks is to receive support from teachers in subject areas of greatest need. Students may also use Focus Blocks to complete assignments, project work, group work, and missed tests. When doing well in all courses, students are encouraged to spend time with teachers in subject areas of personal interest, take advantage of opportunities to broaden and further learning, and provide leadership, mentorship and service to our school and community.

The attached FAQ will provide additional details to students, parents, and guardians.

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