Congratulations to Moscrop’s Physics Olympics team for earning a fourth overall finish at this past weekend’s Physics Olympics competition held at UBC. The team built two machines and competed in four additional on-site events to earn the best finish Moscrop has ever achieved, ranking fourth overall among 74 high schools from around the province.
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Once again, Moscrop’s students performed incredibly well at the annual French Oral Speaking Contest, aka, Concours d’art oratoire! Congratulations to all our students on a job well done and good luck to Alexander Hodaly, Michelle Fong and Sarra Pirmohamed who will be moving on to the Provincial Competiton!The picture below is of the French Immersion students that participated in grades 8 to 10 on February 14th.
So very proud of you all!
Congratulations to the Moscrop Math team members who competed this past weekend at the Lower Mainland Math Challengers Competition at U.B.C.. Our grade 8,9 and 10 teams did exceptionally well all coming in first place in the team category. Additionally, Moscrop Math team members scored 5 of the top 10 individual awards in the grade 9 and 10 Individual category as well as 4 of the top 10 spots in the grade 8 category. Well done team! Go Panthers!
Moscrop students today participated in the 2nd Annual Symposium on the Holocaust. Students listened to David Ehrlich, an Auschwitz concentration camp survivor as well as Dr. Chris Friedrichs, Professor Emeritus of History from the University of British Columbia. The students were engaged and listened to Mr. Ehrlich’s presentation and asked a variety of questions about his experiences. A truly remarkable experience for all our students! Thank you to the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre for visiting Moscrop!