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Course Registration 2018-2019

Students will register for their courses beginning Friday, February 23.

Additionally, math course recommendations will be going home with students this week. Math teachers will give each student a form that indicates the math course that the student is recommended to take next year. Please see the Senior High Mathematics Course Pathways flowchart for further information.

In order to register for courses, your son/daughter must have access to the Student Portal. If they are unable to access the portal, they need to drop by the school office so that Ms. Barteaux or Mrs. Hannam can provide a username/password.

If you have questions or require further information, please contact the school at 532-3150.


Congratulations to Abi Bonnington who earned the Silver level of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. She was presented with the certificate by the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia. Duke of Ed is a program that requires participants to set goals around physical fitness, service, skills and outdoor adventure. Contact Ms Cooper at if you would like more information about the program, which is open to all youth!


The new middle level sport equipment unveiled by members of the students' council executive:  Olivia Taylor (PM), Addison Batt (Speaker of the House) and Matthew Bishop (Deputy PM).



Middle Level students were thrilled to receive a grant from the Active Kids Healthy Kids Society allowing them to purchase new sport equipment for play time and activity period.  Thanks also to Mr. Schell for making sure there was an efficient storage cart!


Courtney Connor, Junior Achievement Company Program facilitator met with 10 02, Art Entrepreneurship, and Co-op to discuss the idea of building a small business. Students will be off to the races with Passion Projects and look at themselves as business owner/operators.

Past Grad, Makayla Uhlman and 2 student/colleagues presented to grade 10 02 and Co-op 11 & 12 on Friday, February 9th. The presenters shared their experience of attending NSCC Lunenburg Campus in the Physiotherapist Assistant  and Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. This is their final year and will be graduating in June 2018. Thank you, ladies for an excellent and well informed presentation!

Past Grad, Makayla Uhlman, Nassouradin Haroun-Memett, & 2 NSCC students presenting with Makayla

Co-op 11 & 12


Students in 11 02 & Art Entrepreneurship 12 enjoyed a “Paint With Connie” today as part of our Career Pathing program, as well as looking through the lens of an Entrepreneur and building a business model using art as the medium. Thank you Connie Lowe-Parker for your attention to detail and an excellent workshop. Final products (on table).

Jessica Smith - Lead 02 Enterprise won the People’s Choice Award of $100 last evening for her Pitch to Awesome Annapolis for an expansion idea to the T-shirt Enterprise she operates in room 305. Congratulations Jessica, so proud of you! The fund will allow the 02 Enterprise to invest in a hat heat-press so we can logo ball caps, etc.  



Please click here for the AWEC Student Handbook 2017-2018.  Should you wish to have a hardcopy of the handbook, you may pick one up in the office.

YouthWorx is open at AWEC Tuesdays from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm in Room 105.  A great opportunity to get assistance with job searches, job applications, resumes and cover letters.