WELCOME TO THE CAMPBELL COLLEGIATE WEBSITE
Grade 12s: Please Let the Guidance Office know if you have been offered any scholarships so we can acknolwedge you on the 2013 Graduation Program. Check out the new webpage "It's All About You!"
JUSTIN (JAE WON) HUR
Justin has been named Junior Citizen of the Year which is awarded by the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association. This prestigious award is given to those who exhibit the following qualities:
Justin is one of four recipients to receive a $3,000 bursary provided by SaskPower to be used for his post-secondary education.
Justin will be honoured on June 18th at a ceremony at Government House, presided over by the Lieutenant Governor.
UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC EVENTS
SPRING MUSIC CONCERTS!
Tuesday, May 14 and Wednesday, May 15
Campbell Collegiate Auditorium - 7:00 PM
Tuesday, May 14: Grade 9 Band, Grade 9 Choir, Grade 10 Band, Intermediate Voices (Grade 10 Choir), Chamber Choir
Wednesday, May 15: Senior Voices, Grade 11/12 Band, Chamber Choir, String Orchestra
These concerts will feature all of the Campbell Concert Groups in a celebration of music at Campbell!!
"SWING INTO SPRING" JAZZ CONCERTS AND SILENT AUCTION
Friday, May 24
Living Hope Alliance Church - 7:00 PM
All Campbell Elementary and Secondary Instrumental and Vocal Jazz Ensembles
"Swing Into Spring" is the most important general fundraiser of the year for the Campbell Music Program. Concert proceeds, and Silent Auction donations go toward funding ongoing opportunities including clinicians and workshops for all of the Campbell Music students. We thank you in advance for your support!
CAMPBELL CHAMBER CONCERT
Sunday, May 26
Westminster United Church - 7:00 PM
Junior Winds, Grade 9 Voices, String Orchestra, Chamber Choir
This concert provides the Campbell students with the opportunity to share their music with the community in a beautiful, rewarding, acoustic setting. It promises to be a great evening of music!
CAMPBELL STRING ORCHESTRA CONCERT
Sunday, June 15
Westminster United Church - 7 PM
Campbell String Orchestra
Featuring the Campbell String Orchestra and guests, this concert will provide our String Orchestra the opportunity to showcase their work this year!
SKILLS CANADA COMPETITION - SASKATOON
Skills Canada is involved in provincial, national and world skills competition in Trades and Technology related fields. These include Robotics, Woodworking, Graphics/Photography, Welding and many other areas. Campbell submitted two teams of Robotics and a Cabinetry/Woodworking entry.
The Robotics Team of (left to right) Ming Gao, Victoria Coleman,Wyatt Drew, and Gary Lin were Bronze medal winners in a tough competitive field of 14 entrants.
Rylan Grubb placed an impressive second and won a Silver medal out of a field of more than a dozen competitors in the Cabinetry competition.
Congratulations to everyone who represented Campbell Collegiate!
CAMPBELL COLLEGIATE INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE CELEBRATION
I.B. Students have planned this social event to share with their families, friends and teachers on
Thursday, May 23, 2013
7:00 - 8:30 P.M.
Invitations have been sent out so
Please Remember to RSVP by May 17th
(firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-523-3254)
GRADE 12 STUDENTS
The Campbell Only Offers brochure has been handed out in Home Room.
Please follow the instructions carefully and apply for as many scholarships as you qualify for.
Full details can be found at
Regina Public Schools
Summer School Classes
Registration forms are available for pick-up in the Campbell Main Office or by clicking this link.
THE FIRST TEAM IN HISTORY FROM SASKATCHEWAN TO WIN!!!!
Nasra Moumin and Areeb Salim won the 2013 Senior National Debating Championship and are the first team from Saskatchewan to win EVER!
Nasra was also a member of Team Canada that travelled to Turkey to complete at the World Schools Debating Championships this past January.
Congratulations Nasra and Areeb - We Are So Proud of You!!
Industry doles out big bucks to young Sask. apprentices
by Bruce Johnstone, Leader-Post March 26, 2013
Mitchell McInnis who is an apprenticeship scholarship recipient speaks at a news conference regarding the Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Industry Scholarship Program in Regina on March 26, 2013. Over the past two years, 19 industry organizations have donated $150,000 to the SYA Industry Scholarship. Their general support provides opportunities for youth who have graduated from the SYA program and enter into apprenticeship in one of the 47 designated trades and 23 subtrades.
Photograph by: Don Healy, Regina Leader-Post
REGINA - For Mitchell McInnis, winning a $1,000 Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) scholarship was the boost he needed to get into his skilled trade of choice - plumbing.
Being a "hands-on" kind of guy, the Campbell Collegiate graduate took welding and other shop classes in high school. He also took a business-work exploration class that included two work terms - one with a plumbing and heating firm and one with a welding shop.
"It made me realize that I really wanted to go into the plumbing trade," McInnis said. So he applied to get into the SYA program, which was created in 2004 by the province and the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) to get more high school students into the trades.
Congratulations to Salmaan Moolla
CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 Winner
Salmaan was selected as one of the 40 winners under the age of 40 who represent a cross-section of who are deemed "the best and brightest" from all areas of the province, and who the Juding Panel assessed as making a significant difference.
Sal is a grade 11 student and serves as the VP of Marketing for the Business Club along with a variety of other activities that he is involved with both locally and globally.
A reception was held in Regina on March 22nd. Click here to see Salmaan being interviewed by CBC!