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All Grade 12 students who have registered for the Euclid Math Contest are to report to the Lecture Hall at the morning bell on Tuesday, April 15th. Please bring a pencil, eraser, and non-programmable scientific calculator along with you. Your $5 deposit will be returned to you at this time.
All Grade 9, 10 and 11 students registered for the Fryer, Galois and Hypatia Math Contests will be writing in the Lecture Hall on Wednesday, April 16th during periods 1 and 2. Please come before O Canada – and be sure to come prepared.
GOOD LUCK to all of our student Mathletes on this difficult challenge!!!!
Miss C. Stockie
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Enrichment at Saint Benedict Catholic Secondary School
Students in enriched courses will be evaluated based on the same expectations as students in the regular academic course, but will be challenged with more critical and creative thought, and the underlying concepts of each course will be explored more deeply and broadly. Students opting for these courses must demonstrate a strong and consistent work ethic. These programs will include both structured classes, as well as opportunities for extra-curricular experiences (including field trips and guest-speakers).