Holiday Cheer Pizza Party

It’s a PIZZA PARTY! Join us for some holiday joy on Thursday, Dec. 21 at lunch in the Student Lounge. We will be collecting $2 to participate, with all proceeds going to the Fred Victor Centre.

Pajama/Spa Day

There’s nothing that chases away the December blahs more than a day at the spa! SOLE students chilled out in the Student Lounge with snacks, nail-painting, facial masks, and a movie…all while wearing cozy pajamas and raising money for the Fred Victor Centre! It was a day to relax, have fun, and to help the less fortunate.

Celebrating our achievements

The SOLE Honours Tea celebrates students with outstanding academic achievement at midterms and students who have made exemplary contributions to our school community. Staff, parents, and students toasted their successes with coffee and cake. Congratulations to all of our award recipients!

Game development pathways and careers

Game developer Don Nguyen introduced SOLE students to educational and networking pathways to the various careers in the game development industry. This exciting field will only continue to grow, especially in Toronto, where both AAA companies like Ubisoft and opportunities for indie game designers are expanding. Don shared his own experiences and resources, and students had the opportunity to get a sneak preview of his upcoming platformer game. Thanks for sharing your advice with us, and we all look forward to playing it when it’s released!don addressing students

A very spooky SOLE Halloween

SOLE students had a spooktacular Halloween party, with decorations, pumpkin carving, a costume contest, and of course, a scary amount of sugar!

Congratulations to the winners of our contests:

Best Pumpkin: Casper F.
Runner-up: Michael M.

Best Costumes: Aysha B., Julie S., and Rawmeen M.

It’s a Halloween party!

Get ready to have a SPOOKTACULAR Halloween! We’ll be holding a Halloween party on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at lunch in the student lounge, featuring pumpkin carving, a costume contest, and spooooooky treats!

Is your costume so awesome that it deserves to be immortalized in a Polaroid photo? For just $2, you can get a picture taken at the Halloween Photo Booth outside the Monarch Park library at lunch. The proceeds go to Minga.

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