What makes our schools really incredible?
Golden Hills School Division encompasses a vast geographical area across rural mid-eastern Alberta. We value our diverse environments and the communities we are part of that are rich with culture and educational opportunities. But what makes our schools really incredible? Our students are inspired by outstanding teachers and our international students welcomed with open arms. Our dormitory leaders and homestay parents nurture and encourage students and help make their residence both a place they can call home and a sanctuary where they can relax and study. Home is where the heart is and our students are always at home at Golden Hills International.
VOTE for the Crowther Project! For the last month a group of 31 grade 8 students have been working on a project to enter into the Parks Canada Coolest School Field Trip Contest. Part of the Project required them to do a research write-up on the history of Parks Canada, the history of one Parks Canada location (they picked Waterton Lakes National Park), and the history of another location they f...
Carseland School Rocks! And that’s why “I can do anything”. That’s the message staff and students of Carseland School are excited to let you know. Their new video, which includes a lipdub to the song “Anything” by Hedley, takes you on a journey through Carseland School to give you a peek at some of the great things that are happening there. Check out the video for yourself.
Canada has just published revised regulations for its International Student Program (ISP) effectively concluding a process of consultation and regular reform that had unfolded over the past year. The new regulations come into force in June 2014. Read more about the new student visa regulations.
“Youth are the foundation of tomorrow, the building blocks of society; in order to ensure success we must evoke the available talents to mould and create empowered, confident youth who maintain a voice to change the world for the better.” These wise words come from an extraordinary student from Drumheller Valley Secondary School, Maria Patterson. Maria is a passionate defender of human ri...