High School News

Oral Health Presentation by TCPS HOSA Club Members

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America), is a well-known organization that focuses on health-related topics and provides opportunities to High School students to compete in Canada’s largest health science competition. Topics include behavioural health, medical terminology, veterinary science, forensic science … Continued

TCPS Green Club’s Earth Day Workshop

First celebrated on April 22, 1970, Earth Day has become a worldwide event in support of protecting the environment.  This year, thousands of events were planned globally with more than 193 countries taking part. As part of the TCPS Earth … Continued

University of Waterloo’s Mathematics Contests

TCPS High School students participated in the annual University of Waterloo’s Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing in the fall.  Over 21,600 students from across Canada and Internationally participated this year.  These contests provide students with the opportunity to … Continued

Black History Month at TCPS

During Black History Month, Town Centre celebrated the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians and their communities who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada a culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous country. Throughout the month of February, … Continued

TCPS Talent Show 2022, Bravo!

On the afternoon of Monday, February 14th, the grades 7 to 12 students were treated to the annual TCPS Talent Show. Students from grades 7 through 12 auditioned the week leading up to the Talent Show by submitting their virtual performances. … Continued

Lights, Camera, Action!

The TCPS High School Film Festival Club has been busy getting their 2022 production underway. This year, like last year, the students have taken on the writing, directing and filming of the entire short film. The Club is currently in … Continued

STRIVE Club Meet Their Fundraising Goal!

The STRIVE Club set a goal at the beginning of the school year to raise $500 for UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees). STRIVE has been working with the Canadian branch which supports Afghani refugees with food, shelter, clothing … Continued



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