Lord Beaverbrook High School – Shared campus with Juno Beach Academy
The start of 2015-16 will bring many new things to our school, including a shared campus concept with Juno Beach Academy (JBA) housed at Norman Bethune School. Juno Beach Academy provides programming for students grades 8-12. High school students will take most of their courses at Lord Beaverbrook, returning as needed to JBA to complete those integrity courses required for enrollment. Students in grades 8 and 9 will remain at JBA for their school day. One Principal (Mr. Simpson) will be responsible for both schools and Mr. Steve Radder, Assistant Principal will be housed at JBA in both capacities as classroom teacher and school administrator. JBA teaching staff will be shared between both schools. This is an exciting opportunity for both schools to work closer together. The Lord Beaverbrook High School community welcomes JBA and we look forward to establishing new relationships. Parents, guardians of High School age JBA students are encouraged to refer to this web site for up to date information regarding school opening for the High School program.
Principal’s Student Advisory Council (updated)
The opportunity to be part of the LBHS Principal’s Student Advisory Council will be available for students in grade 10, 11 and 12 in early September. Look for information regarding application in the first two weeks of school.
Student success at LBHS!
Check the News and Event tab to learn more about the success of our students both at school and in the community! Our students continue to shine and represent our school exceptionally well!
Students Building School Pride
Lord Beaverbrook students care for and desire to make our school and our community a better place to be. Students Building School Pride is a Prezi (presentation tool) that shows how our students are building school pride through voice, leadership, community influence, and staying connected. If you are a current student (or future student) and want to get involved in an activity, club or initiative, have a look! The Prezi will show you what opportunities exist, what each club does, where they meet and highlights some of the activities for each club throughout the year. To access the Prezi, click on the link below:
Knowing our students, knowing of their talents, strengths, and achievements both in and out of school is important. Next time you are in the school, have a look at the Caught Ya’ awards displayed at the end of the main foyer in the display case. To date (one year since inception) we have recognized over 300 students for their achievements, successes, citizenship and contributions both at Lord Beaverbrook and in the larger community. Students, staff, parents, guardians can nominate deserving students for this award. Nomination forms can be found in the main office.
Opportunities at Lord Beaverbrook High School
As the 2015-16 school year begins, please refer to this section for up to date information regarding new initiatives and projects coming to our school for the benefit of our students.
The Final Word
To all of our students, remember stay focused, reach your goals – do your best!
Enjoy a safe and relaxing summer break!
Go Lords! Be fiercely proud!
Jim Simpson, Principal