Principal’s Updates

Grade 9 Transition

On the evening of February 4, LBHS opened it’s doors to prospective students, parents and guardians. The LBHS Open House allowed visitors to see our school at work. Our students enjoyed hosting you, showing off their skills, and responding to your questions about our tremendous school.

Transition works continues with program registration for grade nine students, graduation checks for current grade 12 students, and the start of information sessions for current grade 10 and 11 students.

Grade nines – For more information, please go to For Parents/Transition to High School or For Students/Transition to High School. We are looking forward these exciting events and to connecting with our future Lords!

School Web Site Transition

By March 31, 2016, our school will begin to use the CBE web site for Lord Beaverbrook High School as the sole web site for our school. Gradually between now and that date, changes will be made to to reduce content and to re-purpose the site. The CBE web site for Lord Beaverbrook High School can be found here:

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: LBHS Students Building School Pride

The Final Word

To all of our students, Do Your Best! Give your best effort, do your best work!

Go Lords! Go JBA Canucks! Be fiercely proud!

Jim Simpson, Principal

Lord Beaverbrook High School/Juno Beach Academy of Canadian Studies

(Follow on Twitter – @jesimpson456)