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Panthers Make Three Trips to the Podium

Albert College athletes have been busy but it was all worth the dedication and effort to bring home three medals from the Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Athletic Association (CISAA). November 2 and 3 marked the end of the season for U20 Girls’ Basketball, U20 Girls’ Field Hockey and U16 Girls’ Basketball, and all three teams finished the season on the podium. The Albert...

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Get your tickets to see Former NHL Goaltender Clint Malarchuk

Former NHL Goaltender and Mental Health Advocate, Clint Malarchuk, will share his extraordinary and heart-wrenching life story at Albert College on Thursday, November 22 at 7:00 p.m. No job in the world of sports is as intimidating, exhilarating, and as stress-ridden as that of an NHL goaltender. Now imagine doing that job while suffering high anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and depression, and...

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Autumn Arts at Albert

Students in Grades 4 to 12 performed for a packed audience in Memorial Chapel on November 7 for Autumn Arts. The event included performances by the Chapel Choir, the Senior Vocal Music Class, the Community Winds, the Jazz Band, the Concert Band as well as the Senior Drama Class. Incredibly talented artwork was also on display along Alumni Hall and in Ackerman Hall. Congratulations...

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Belleville Firefighters at Albert College

Belleville firefighters received complimentary tickets at Albert College this week to attend the school's upcoming Shewfelt Memorial Lecture featuring Former NHL Goaltender and Mental Health Advocate, Clint Malarchuk. Thanks to the generous donation from former student and Chair of Albert College's Board of Governors, John Barritt (Class of 1968), representatives from the Belleville Fire Department...

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21st Century Learning in the Middle School

Discover 21st century learning in Grades 7 and 8 at Albert College. A message from the Director of the Middle School

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We Day in Toronto

On September 20, 32 students and four faculty were up at the crack of dawn to attend We Day in Toronto. The event brought together world-renowned speakers, A-list performers and tens of thousands of youth to celebrate a year of action that has transformed communities and changed lives. "Even though every person is different, we all have something very important in common. We want...

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Leaders in the Junior School

The Grade 6 class displayed their leadership skills during the first week of school by organizing fun activities, first in the morning with the EPLC students and then in the afternoon with the rest of the Junior School students. Camp Day is an annual event to welcome students back to school and allow them the opportunity to team build with their house league teams. Games included capture the flag, camouflage,...

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Exceeding our Goal for the Terry Fox Fundraiser

Thank you to all students, staff and faculty for a very successful Terry Fox Run on Thursday, September 27. Together we surpassed our fundraising goal of $1,000 and raised an incredible $2,218 with online fundraising and our “Toonies for Terry” dress down day. The weather was crisp but sunny and everyone enjoyed walking/running the route around Zwick’s Park. This September marked Albert...

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