This week the grade 12 chemistry students investigated the implications of Le Chatelier’s principle, which predicts how a system at equilibrium will be affected when subject to stress. They performed an experiment using varsol and iodine. Based on types of solvents added, student will draw conclusions explaining why and how a system is affected by stress.
This week, the grade 11 English students presented their choral readings based on “Ode to Man”, a famous passage from Sophocles’ Antigone. Students worked in groups to create their own versions of this piece, describing the greatness of mankind.
The grade 9 English class began writing opinion essays based on Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories. In their essays, they dug deeper into the meaning of stories, focusing on the importance of stories that aren’t even true.
This weekend the grade 10 science students trekked across Hilton Falls Provincial Park in a 23 km hike. They spent the day collecting data from sample stations, enjoying the picturesque scenery as they prepared for their upcoming trip to Algonquin park.
This week, the grade 11 biology students began their plant growth investigation project. Students worked in groups to design experiments investigating the impacts of various variables on plant growth. They selected and planted their subjects, then began their experiments.
Over 90 MGCI students competed at the 2019 HOSA Spring Leadership Conference held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, with 38 placing in the top 10 of their category. Categories span various healthcare related topics, such as CPR, Epidemiology, and Sports Medicine. The top 3 students of each category will compete internationally in Orlando this June.