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Autumn Arts

  Albert College held their annual Autumn Arts evening on Wednesday November 11 in the Memorial Chapel. The evening to celebrated the Arts at Albert College. There was a concert featuring performances from the Albert College Community Winds, the Jazz Band, the Chapel Choir, and several small choral groups. There was also a performance of the hilarious one-act...

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Remembrance Day

All Junior School students in Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6 participated in the Remembrance Day ceremony in the gymnasium yesterday. Middle and Senior students attended a more formal service with special guests from 8 Wing Trenton. Lest we forget. 

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U20 Girls’ Basketball Team win a silver medal!

Congratulations to our U20 Girls’ Basketball Team who won the silver medal in their league, only losing by one point in the final game. A great finish to a successful season. 

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We Scare Hunger

Thank you to all Albert students who participated and collected food for Gleaner's Food Bank. We Scare Hunger is a Halloween food drive to help food banks stock up on everything they need to fight hunger—the worst supervillain ever. 

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Girls’ Field Hockey Team wins silver!

Congratulations to our Girls’ Field Hockey Team who won the silver medal in their league. A great finish to a successful season. 

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Albert volunteers at Kids Against Hunger

On Saturday, October 31 a group of Albert College students volunteered at the Belleville Rotary Club's Kids Against Hunger food-packing event. Held at Loyalist College, students assisted to pack 75 boxes of food to be delivered to Gleaner's Food Bank, Salvation Army, Tyendinaga Food Bank and some will be sent out of Canada to Haiti. 

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Albert participates in the Rotary Mayor of the Week

Albert College participated in the 2015 Rotary Mayor of the Week program which provides senior students an opportunity to gain special insight into the business of a city, significant connections with 150+ local business leaders, and a certificate from Rotary that draws attention to their resume. Mac Graham did a great job representing Albert College. 

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Politics in the Junior School

The Grade 4, 5 and 6 students were fortunate to have Belleville Mayor Taso Christopher come in and speak to them to them about the different levels of government, political parties, as well as the importance of voting in an election last Friday, October 16. Mayor Christopher also participated in the government vote that the junior division students created. 

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