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.
Here you will find information pertaining to your grade, AAEP, AP Prep & AP, community hours, school events, post-secondary information and much more.
If there is something you would like to see added to the site, please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, appointments can be made with members of our department here:
ADVANCED PLACEMENT PREP.
Nov. 24th 7:30pm
Michelle Leake, AP Prep Program Teacher
First Nations Youth Technical Career Fair
On Thursday, December 9th, there will be an online event for all First Nations Youth grades 7-12.
Vist this link to register or learn more, or see Ms. Dupuis in Student Services for details
This event for First Nations youth in grades 7 - 12 will highlight technical careers in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), and connect these topics to our traditional cultural teachings in a way that generates excitement and passion for these fields.
With workshops focusing on the connection between traditional Indigenous knowledge and STEM, presentations include how First Nations youth can help address climate change, the cultural significance of water for First Nations, environmental science through an Indigenous lens, traditional Indigenous housing compared to modern architecture, and more!
Students will also have an opportunity to meet and chat with representatives of various educational organizations as well as employers in the STEM fields who are interested in hiring First Nations youth at our tradeshow!
Prizes will be awarded to students who attend and include a brand new laptop computer, a backpack filled with school supplies, and gift cards.
A reminder of this unique event happening this week. We are excited to be presenting Studying University Outside of Ontario - A Panel Discussion with Dalhousie University, Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia & University of Alberta.
Students and their supporters are invited to join us at one of two sessions taking place this week. Registration is now open at the following links:
Nov. 17, 2021 7:00 PM ET https://sfu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IE5PxP8HSZ64fctXv43FeA
Nov. 18, 2021 4:00 PM ET
During the event, students and their supporters will learn more about:
Transition and student success tips for out of province students
Undergraduate study options outside of Ontario
Student life on and off campus in diverse Canadian cities
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.