Mailing Address: 220 Canterbury Dr SW,
Calgary, AB T2W 1H4
Phone: 403-281-3366, Fax 403-777-7999,
Absentee/ Late Line 403-281-3429
All players wanting to try out need to attend one of the sign up meetings below. Tryouts will start after school Wed Sept. 2nd and run until Monday Sept. 8th at St Catherine’s Elementary School.
Grade 10 Sign Up
Right after mini-timetable in room 142 Tuesday Sept 1nd
Grade 11 & 12 Sign Up:
Right after PM mini-timetable in room 142 Tuesday Sept 1st
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Since February, a number of Biology students have been competing in the Canadian Biology Olympiad. The students, Chi Pham, Minli Chen, Sarah Chmilar, Sydney Rodrigues, Yuwei Xia, and Katelyn Montieth all spent a huge amount of time completing a lab portfolio as part of the competition. The quality of their work was excellent.
Students from across the country are ranked based on their portfolio and performance on the U of T Biology competition exam.
Four students are chosen to represent Canada at the International Biology Olympiad and Sydney was one of the four. In July, Sydney will be travelling to Oshawa to take part in a training camp with the 3 other students before going to Aarhus, Denmark to compete against over 250 of the best biology students from over 60 countries. Sydney is the 4th Scarlett student in five years to be named to the Canadian team.
On April 30, over 50 Scarlett students and over 3400 students from across the country participated in the University of Toronto Biology Competition. This very tough exam is challenging to the best of students. Grade 11 student Alun Bain placed 15th overall in the Competition and was named a National Biology Scholar with Distinction. His excellent performance has made him eligible for a $3000 scholarship to U of T and $50 cash. Wendy Wang, Susan Zhang and Susan Li were also named National Biology Scholars with top 5% results. For the second year in a row, Scarlett was ranked 3rd in Canada in the competition.
Yuwei Xia spent a week in Toronto competing in the National Science fair. She was chosen after competing the the Calgary Science Fair. Her project focused on mechanisms that could inhibit the growth of cancer cells.