The Stoichiometry unit in the Grade 11 TOPS Chemistry classes finished off with an entertaining assignment. Students were asked to creatively present methods by which fictional unknown elements were discovered. This led to many insightful ideas, and a lot of laughter in the room!
Grade 12 English classes had an opportunity to explore the work of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei with a visit to his “According to What?” exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Ai’s messages of social change through his conceptual art inspired many of our seniors, leaving them with much to ponder over.
Grade 9 Science students received a unique opportunity to dissect a frog earlier this week! Donning aprons, vinyl gloves, and safety goggles, the students explored the organs and organ systems of these amphibians as they leapt into a new unit of science: biology.
TOPS Information Night brought upwards of fifteen hundred attendees to Marc Garneau for an evening’s presentation on the overview of the TOPS program. Visitors had the opportunity to inquire about the various aspects of TOPS and what it offers to its students. We hope you enjoyed the session!