L.C.V.I.'s Student Services Website
In a time where students and families are relying more and more on digital information, we felt it was pertinent to create a space where we could share important information with you.
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The McDonald Institute and the Office of Indigenous Initiatives at Queen’s University Presents Red Sky Performance’s Trace production, winner of two Dora Mavor Moore Awards and nominated for four Dora Awards, at the Isabel Bader on Monday, March 28th, 2022, followed by a discussion of Indigenous and Western approaches to the night sky.
Trace highlights that we are traceable to the very beginnings of the universe, our ancestral origins stretching across the Milky Way to the atoms burning inside of us in the ‘here and now’ on earth. Trace is a highly kinetic contemporary dance work inspired by Indigenous (Anishinaabe) sky and star stories, offering a glimpse into our origin as well as our future evolution.
This Two-Eyed Seeing Astronomy event will have the audience embrace learning “to see from one eye with the best in the Indigenous ways of knowing, and from the other eye with the best in the Western ways of knowing, and learning to use both these eyes together for the benefit of all.” (Elder Dr. Albert Marshall). Following the performance, we will be joined Dave Hanes (Queen’s University Astronomy Professor) and Melanie Demers (Indigenous Astronomy Educator, and Kanyen’kehá:ka from Six Nations and raised in Aylmer, Québec).
This event's ticket pricing has a sliding scale pay structure; please feel free to pay what you can according to your means. Tickets are available here: theisabeltickets.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=1696
For those with barriers to in-person attendance, please feel free to contact Outreach@McDonaldInstitute.ca for alternative viewing options.
Please visit the Creative Arts Final Show for the 2021-2022 school year
Portrait of an Aviator by Sawyer Beckett
Out of LCVI's catchment area? Still want to attend LCVI? Complete this form to be added to our waitlist for 2022-2023
LCVIs SHSM SECTOR PROGRAMS/FOCUS PROGRAMS
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ADVANCED PLACEMENT PREP.
Nov. 24th 7:30pm
Michelle Leake, AP Prep Program Teacher
The Limestone District School Board has being hosting students from International destinations for over 20 years. We host 120-150 students/year in Limestone. The Limestone DSB International Department prides itself on being friendly, responsive and clear about the application process. The Limestone DSB runs it's own Homestay Family program with full time professional and experienced staff that communicate with homestay families, agents and schools. Your experience in Limestone will include attending high quality academic programs in one of the best education systems in the world, activity trips, an orientation to your school and to Kingston itself. We have many students that either return to, or have become citizens of Canada after their experience. Many choosing to live in one of the best cities in Canada, Kingston, Ontario. We host students from over 18 different countries around the world including Spain, Mexico, South Korea, Japan, Germany, China, Vietnam, Italy, France, South Africa, Turkey, India, Iran, Philippines, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Czech Republic, Russia and the Netherlands.
SLC DUAL CREDITS
Hey Lancers! Going to be in grade 11 or 12 or 12 + next year? Interested in earning some college credits at St. Lawrence College while also earning high school credits? Check out the options for Dual Credit. There are some really great opportunities here for Fall 2021. Everything from being one of a couple high school students integrated in a college course once a week, being in a group of high school students studying electrical, or earning your level 1 apprenticeship in cooking! Contact Ms Dupuis to apply before March 28th.
Scholarships and Bursaries
Keep an eye on this page for information and tips on how to apply for funding.