Sep 18

Curriculum Night – Thurs, Sept 21

Parents/guardians are invited to attend Curriculum Night  on  Thursday, September 21 from, 6:30-8: 00 p.m.

The session will begin with a brief meeting in Keating Hall.   You will then follow your child’s Monday schedule (Day A) to meet with individual teachers for an overview of expectations and information about the curriculum, assessment strategies and other important information.

Please bring your child’s Day A schedule with you.  We look forward to seeing everyone!

Please keep in mind that Parent/Teacher meetings will take place later in the semester and parents can discuss their child’s progress during that assigned time.

Sep 14

School Photos start TOMORROW! (Friday)

Get your smiles ready…. student school photos will take place on:

Friday, September 15th & Monday, September 18th.

Sep 13

NS Virtual School

Interested in Virtual School or just want to know what it’s all about?


Check out the information below:

NS Virtual School

NS Virtual School Website

Sep 13

Parents as Career Coaches Sessions – Prince Andrew High

PARENTS AS CAREER COACHES (PACC):   Senior High sessions


Schools:  Prince Andrew High School & Dartmouth High School

Location for both sessions:  Prince Andrew High School (not being held at Dartmouth High)

Dates:   Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 and Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Times:  6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (Session 1)

6:30 pm – 8:40 pm (Session 2)

Cost: FREE!


Please NoteThis senior high program takes two evenings to complete

You can register for an upcoming session here:


Why should I attend the PACC sessions?

While others certainly play a role in a child’s career journey, studies have shown that parents have a notable impact.  PACC will provide you with:

  • information, tools (student workbook & parent guide) and strategies to assist your child in making informed career, academic and training decisions.
  • a variety of web resources, which will help your child research potential careers and answer some important questions (e.g. educational requirements, job prospects, wages etc.).
  • techniques and tools to assist your child in identification of interests, skills and personal qualities.
  • an understanding of how the journey from school to work has changed and what to expect, as your child moves from school to work.
  • strategies and techniques, which will help your child identify careers, which they might want to pursue.


Who should attend?

Parents (grand-parents, foster parents etc.) of students in grades 9/10 to 12.


What have other parents said about the program?

Over the past decade, over 98% rated this program as either “excellent” or “good”

 “I really have no idea how a parent/child could plan a career path without this workshop!”

“Awesome program, fast paced, with excellent presentation, thoughtful delivery, answering many of the questions I had or would have had.”


Sep 12

Stand up against bullying!

Thursday, September 14, 2017 is Stand Up Against Bullying Day! Wear pink and show your support!

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