Did you know that SJHS was a UNESCO candidate school? As such, we strive to engage in education for sustainable development. This fall, Grade 9 French Immersion students selected an ecological issue that was important to them and took action! The results of their eco-action projects were innovative and impressive. Christian A. invented a doggy poop pouch with embedded seeds to promote the growth of plants that are beneficial for declining bee populations. Alex B. attacked Saint John's erosion problem by proposing the construction of star-shaped breakwaters using recyclable materials and cement. Some students engaged in community cleanups to address the pollution of our coastal waters, while others created posters, art exhibits and videos to advocate for environmental protection. Saint John High students are evidently becoming prepared to take action as responsible local and global citizens.