Welcome to the student section of our site. In this section you'll find a message board where you can have a say on a variety of issues, links to some useful web sites you might want to check out, great information for students moving on high school, and much, much more. Check it out.
Students can participate in a number of activities such as: sports teams, choir, Journalism Club, ECO Club, and many other clubs. Students can engage in leadership through groups such as Student Council. In conjunction with our school-based programming, we also offer a host of programs in collaboration with local community agencies.
As a school community, our focus on a wide variety of equity and social justice issues is embedded within the curriculum and our co-curricular activities. Our goal is to foster a learning environment that celebrates diversity and enables all students to see themselves reflected within the curriculum. We offer a rich range of experiences and opportunities to students.
At Queen "A", our programs have reached out to engage our students in the many topics that surround social justice issues. The Me to We Club, and Young Women's Equity and Empowerment Group have fostered discussion about global and local issues and the power of your future. The Young Men's Forum linked the importance of education, goal setting and a positive sense of self to future successful pathways. Our assemblies and workshops addressing anti-homophobia, racism, discrimination, harassment, building healthy relationships, and bullying all support our school Code of Conduct and mission statement. We continue to strive to create an inclusive and dynamic learning environment that engages all students.