Click on the links below to view or download Course Selection Sheets.
Level I Course Selection Sheet – for grade 9 students entering Level I. Level II Course Selection Sheet – for students entering Level II Level III Course Selection Sheet – for students entering Level III
The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District will be offering a 48-hour Public Exam Preparation Program from February to June 2014. This program will be offered on Tuesday evenings (Math and Social Studies) and Wednesday evenings (English and Sciences) at Gonzaga High School, Smithville Crescent, St. John’s. Registration will be held on Thursday, [more...]
CDLI will again this year provide course review support for the students of the province for public and specific non-public exam courses. These courses will be housed in our CDLI portal and will be freely accessible to any student holding a portal account. Students and teachers can apply for a portal account at http://www.cdli.ca. The [more...]
Good luck to you on your midterm exams. Teachers and administration hope that all your hard work has paid off and that you will do well on your midterm exams. Remember, the more preparation you put into your study, the better you will do. Just so that you are fully informed, here are our exam [more...]
The exam schedule has been revised in order to resolve conflicts. The new version can be viewed or downloaded by clicking here.
The St. John’s Campus of Memorial will be hosting our annual Parent’s Night/Information Session on Tuesday February 4 and Wednesday February 5.
This information session is for all grade 11 and 12 students and their parents/guardians . The sessions are scheduled for 6:30 pm for a 7:00 pm start in the Bruneau Centre for Research [more...]
The Midterm Exam Schedule for January 2014 is now available for download. *EDIT* The midterm exam schedule has been revised as of January 16. The new version can be viewed here.
The Forum is an amazing experience to develop your leadership skills, to learn about democracy, how government works and how you can make a difference. For more information, download this Reference Sheet. To apply for the forum, download and complete the Student Application.
The aim of the annual Art & Letters Awards is to stimulate creative talent in the province by awarding prizes in various sections of creative endeavour and by exhibition or publication of meritorious entries, where appropriate and feasible. Original creative work in literature, music, or visual art may be entered. Please see the documents below [more...]
We are pleased to advise you that the Free Online Provincial Tutoring Program will begin on Tuesday, October 1st. This program provides university students as tutors to assist students during the evening times and on weekends. The program supplements the Tutoring for Tuition program available during the regular school day. This tutoring service is available [more...]
The Research Inspired Student Enrichment (RISE) Awards provide Level II Newfoundland and Labrador students with the opportunity to attend research-related enrichment programs in the Arctic and throughout North America. Focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the enrichment programs allow students to gain insight into R&D-related fields, providing the groundwork for students to make [more...]
Scholarship Information Meeting in the library for any student interested in learning more about how to apply for scholarships on Wednesday, September 18 at 12:50. See Ms. Slaney, School Counselor, for details.
Please open this attached document for Important Dates & Times and other information related to the Opening of School for September 2013.
Branch 50 of the Royal Canadian Legion in CBS is again this year offering a bursary program for Level III students in the CBS area. Bursaries are awarded to students who are children, grandchildren or great-grandchildren of Canadian ex-service persons (war veterans or post-war service). The application form should be returned to Branch 50 for [more...]
Students who completed the St. John Ambulance First Aid Course on Tuesday, May 28 or on Thursday, May 30 can see Mr. Blundon to get their certificates. Certificates for students who did the course on Wednesday, May 29 have not yet arrived. A small number of certificates have spelling mistakes in the names and will [more...]