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Cabaret Excitement!!

by Jayatee Ray - Monday, December 4, 2017

Cabaret is just around the corner! On December 21 from 7pm- 10pm get ready for one of Saint John High School's largest events - this year held in our very own gym. Come on out with your friends for a night you'll never forget to the winter wonderland themed cabaret.

Tickets will be sold at lunch on the 13th, 14th and 15th. Prices will be $5 for students and $10 for sign-ins. Student IDs are required for the purchasing of tickets.

Hope to see you there!


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Dennis Knibb's Book Collection on Sale

by Webstaff - Friday, December 1, 2017

This year at the Christmas Bazaar, Dennis Knibb's private book collection will be on sale. Mr. Knibb, principal of SJHS for 27 years was an avid collector, and had numerous history, biographies and fictional novels. The bazaar is from 9 - 1 and his collection can be found in the gym.


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Lots of Goodies at our Bake Sale!!

by Frances Butler - Friday, December 1, 2017

Come one, come all to the gym area for our 20th annual SJHS bake sale and vendor spectacular! There will be treats 'a plenty', including "Ms. Butler's No-Fail Fudge" and our famous Baked-Bean Dinners. Festivities continue into the gym, where our greater SJHS community will be selling their wares, including beautiful jewelry, home-baked goodies, the ever-popular knitted socks and mitts, and everything you need for those on your 'naughty or nice' Christmas list. Can't wait for Saturday, December 2nd!!!


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Sneak Peek at Holiday Bazaar Silent Auction

by Mr. Warr - Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Sneak PeekSaint John High School is proud to present its 20th annual Holiday bazaar this Saturday, from 9 am to 1 pm. Whether it be listening to music while enjoying some sweets or "one-stop" Christmas shopping, the Bazaar is sure to get you into the Holiday spirit! Bring friends and family and let others know that there is something for everyone! There will be: Tables with Local Vendors • Bake Sale • Silent Auction • School clothing for sale • Music • Draws for Adult and Student Baskets and more The Silent Auction draws generous donations from individuals and businesses. Please view the "sneak peek" using the link below to view the list of items that will be bid on. Anyone unable to attend the silent auction but wants to place a bid, please email Jeff Warr @ jeff.warr@nbed.nb.ca by 3:00 pm Friday. SJHS would like to extend a sincere thank-you to everyone that makes this event a huge success each year

Sneak Peek


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Bean Dinners available at Bazaar

by Tracy Lutz - Wednesday, November 29, 2017

This Saturday, December 2 a staple of the SJHS Holiday Bazaar, the delicious bean dinners, will once again be available. For only $10.00 you can walk away with a litre of baked beans, four homemade rolls and four yummy ginger cookies. The dinners will be available at the bake sale table by the gym. The bazaar runs from 9:00 to 1:00 but get your dinners early as they go fast! Pre-orders can be made by contacting tracy.lutz@nbed.nb.ca. See you Saturday!


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Grade 12 student pulls up his socks to jump into business

by NATHAN DELONG - Saturday, November 25, 2017

This article is courtesy of Telegraph Journal

Graham Wallace's young entrepreneurial journey began with a random thought.

The Grade 12 student at Saint John High School said he got an idea out of nowhere one night to build his own sports equipment company and produce an innovative hockey sock.

Wallace is now working to secure a patent for his product called Quickfit, a sock that won't require hockey tape to secure while providing players with a more comfortable fit on the inside.

"It's amazing. I never thought this would be possible," Wallace said at the Anglophone South School District Pitch-fest event at Millidgeville North School in Saint John.

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International Night: A Trip Around the World in Our Own Gym

by Jayatee Ray - Tuesday, November 21, 2017

This past Thursday, Saint John High School celebrated its vast multicultural student body, and unique culture by hosting yet another successful International Night. Preparation began for this event from September and was wonderfully executed by the Saint John High School Special Events committee (Brianna Savoie & Allie Scott) as well as other helping students, such as Mrs. Cameron's world issues class who helped make poster boards of all the different nationalities found in our school.

The night began with cultural music playing in the background as comminute members, students, and parents filled the gym. Immediately they were presented with booths presenting cultural wear and aromas of the different foods these cultures had to offer. From Germany to China to Somalia, all cultures were presented to the public - a small window into what the culture had to offer. It was a bit after when performances began, and everyone got to enjoy live music and dancing from all around the globe.

International night was a night where everyone celebrated one another. We celebrated our different cuisines, our different languages, out different attrite, and with that, we found a common ground of acceptance and love - in our very own gym.


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John Westhaver Tells his Story

by Submitted Article - Sunday, November 19, 2017

Many of you will start driving pretty soon. And while driving brings freedom and fun, it is also a huge responsibility. Did you know that new drivers are twice as likely to be involved in a crash within their first two years of driving? Even if it is a minor crash, it can have physical, emotional and financial consequences. We want you to know about the importance of making smart driving choices. We were lucky to have John Westhaver here to share his story
and message of Road Safety with us.

For the next three weeks John will be traveling through the maritimes on the Zero Fatalities Tour. This is a tour he created last year, as he is on a personal mission to end the number of fatal vehicle crashes in Canada and the devastation it causes to the surviving families. John has won two awards for the work he does with schools and communities. In 2012, he received the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal and this Spring he was awarded the Coast Mental Health - Courage to Come Back Award.


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Theory of Knowledge Class Takes in Wapikoni

by Tracy Lutz - Sunday, November 19, 2017

Sometimes the stars align.

Theory of Knowledge, a mandatory class for the IB Diploma Programme, explores the central questions "What do we know?" and "How do we know it?" That exploration takes us through many areas of knowledge, among them the arts and indigenous knowledge systems. When it was discovered that Wapikoni, the mobile cinema showing short films made by Indigenous peoples, had a stop at the Saint John Arts Centre, its relevance to our study couldn't be denied.

And, fortunately, the timing was perfect! Typically, the class meets every Wednesday night, but because everyone wished to attend the annual Memorial Game being held Wednesday the 15th, for this week only the TOK class was moved to Tuesday - the one night Wapikoni was in Saint John.

Sometimes the stars align.


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Mental Health Sessions presented on Student Development Day

by Lori Lofstrom - Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Wednesday morning saw a variety of mental health professionals from the community come to Saint John High and share their expertise with us! Community members spoke on self-esteem, sexual health, mindfulness, youth empowerment and much more! The students were engaged while learning and highly enjoyed the morning. What a great way to kick off November!

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