A Read to Remember

The grade 10 students wrapped up their reading of All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, just in time for the centennial anniversary of the Armistice. In the upcoming days, they will begin an assignment which examines different types of media that commemorate the First World War.

Seeds of Knowledge

The grade 9 geography students began growing plants using soil that was produced in a vermicomposter over the summer. They learned how to meet the needs of the plants by watering them regularly, monitoring the temperature, and ensuring that they received enough sunlight. The first seeds are already sprouting!

Creepin’ it real

On October 31st, the students of MGCI had the opportunity to dress in costumes to celebrate Halloween. They participated in many Halloween-themed activities during lunch, including a costume fashion show, a donut-eating competition, and face painting.

Short Story Seminars

The grade 12 English class began their unit on short stories and looked at the development of modern storytelling. Students were given 15 short stories written by prominent authors to read. They were then tasked to select and analyze a story and present their findings through a seminar, focusing on the evolution of writing and story structure.

Orbital Focus

The grade 12 AP physics class built upon their knowledge of celestial mechanics by researching an asteroid. Through several computations, they determined its position and velocity vectors and labelled a scale model with various parameters. They also applied what they learned from the past month to identify an unknown celestial object.

MGCI Clubs Fair

This Friday, MGCI held their first Clubs Fair in the galleria at lunch. Dozens of student-led groups including Orphan Sponsorship Club and the Muslim Student Association promoted their respective clubs and activities. Promotional items such as doodling cards and paper cranes were also given out at the event, attracting a successful student turn-out overall.