Learn more about our extracurricular activities by clicking on the items below, or go back to the overview page.
Little Veterinarians School
Provider: Little Medical School
Cycle 1: Future veterinarians will learn the main responsibilities of a veterinarian and learn how to care for a dog and cat. Children will learn how to remove ticks, do a nose-to-tail exam, understand proper nutrition and hydration of animals, suture lacerations, and much more! Each student will receive a kit of materials to use in class and at home.
Cycle 2: In a veterinarian’s office
Through role plays, students will learn how a veterinarian’s office works and how to keep their pet healthy. Future veterinarians will study the digestive system of pets, their body language and how X-rays and other technical processes are used to diagnose and treat common diseases.
Little Doctors School
Provider : Little Medical School
Our future doctors will discover the different medical skills and learn CPR and the Heimlich method. They will also study the vital functions of the human body through practical activities and role plays. Students will learn about the composition of the blood, the importance of medication, as well as vaccination and injections. Each student will receive a kit of materials to use in class and at home.
Discovery Club (coming soon)
Provider: Technosciences Outaouais – www.technoscienceoutaouais.ca
Through participation in this club, you will have the opportunity to create different fun and exciting scientific experiments. Dive into the scientific universe with the Discovery Club! You will breathe life into images, create colourful reactions, exercise your brain and use mechanical forces to create surprising and unique experiments!
High school Ontario mathematics program Club
Provider: Yann-Michael Guidez, professeur de mathématiques au Lycée
The lycée students, following the Mathematics specialty or the “Complementary Mathematics” option, will have the opportunity to deepen certain mathematical notions not or little studied in French programs and feel even more comfortable in their first university year .
This complementary program of Ontario mathematics will be offered two hours weekly from the end of September and until March. The weekday dedicated to this workshop will be fixed at the end of August, when the timetables will be known.
Math Club (coming soon)
Math club is a fun and competitive activity that any student can participate in.
It is a great way to develop intuitive and analytical thinking and to learn about math in a different way, not just as a set of rules or guidelines, but as an art form in its own right.
Students will use their knowledge, learned in school math classes, to think about fun and challenging problems.
Those who wish to do so will have the opportunity to prepare for participation in various mathematical competitions.
All registration must be done via the COBA plateform that you can access by clicking the link below.Register online