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Grad Fashion Show - February 22
Tickets $15 advance/$20 door
Don't miss out on this highly anticipated and well attended event. Get your tickets starting Monday, February 13th at Jr./Sr lunch blocks or at the office anytime.
Education Ministry Seeks Parent Input
Parents, the Ministry of Education is asking you to share your opinions as they work to update student reporting in kindergarten through Grade 9. Students in these grades are experiencing B.C.'s new curriculum in classrooms in every part of the province.
Click "Learn More" to read the Ministry letter.
Grade 7 Parent Night Feb 21
Our Grade 7 Parent Night is Tuesday February 21. We are expecting a big turnout, so we are offering two sessions.
See our presentation
Please attend your school's designated session:
Group 1: Crescent Park, Jesse Lee, Laronde, Pacific Heights, Peace Arch
6:00 pm Presentation in the theatre (tours to follow)
Group 2: East Kensington, Hall's Prairie, Morgan, Rosemary Heights, South Meridian, Star of the Sea, Sunnyside, White Rock
6:00 pm School Tours (Presentation to follow)
What should I bring?
Please bring your questions!
Grade 9-12 Planning Videos Online Now!
Can't make it to our Grade 9-12 Course Planning Parent Night? Or do you want to be prepared with those deeper questions about your child's plan? Then watch our narrated videos of our Parent Night Presentation
A note to families: spaces for courses do not begin to fill until after all students have submitted their requests and we have verified these requests with students.
Ready to login and see your child's requests?
Click here to go to the MyED BC Website.
Comedy of Errors
The Earl Marriott Theatre Company is proud to present
a WILD WEST VERSION of
The Comedy of Errors
This wonderfully goofy story follows two sets of twins who were separated at birth.  As we open the play, twenty five years have passed and the twins find themselves in the same city.  Mistaken identities, misguided love, wrongful imprisonment and wild mishaps lead to an incredibly crazy day for the twins and everyone in the town of Ephesus. Our rip roarin' production is set in 1865 in the wild, wild west!  It is a town populated by gamblers, gold merchants, travelers and folks just trying to make a new life.  This is one of Shakespeare's most farcical plays and will surely be a fun-filled show for us all.
Join us at the Wheelhouse Theatre as we present our rootin' tootin' version of this classic comedy!
SHOW DATES AND TIMES
Wednesday, March 1
Thursday, March 2
Friday, March 3
Saturday, March 4 -
Students - $12                           Adults - $15
Tickets will be on sale at our Box Office starting Wednesday, Feb. 15 during both lunches and afterschools.
Call our Box Office starting February 15 at 604-542-2181 for more information or to reserve seats.
Certified Assistance Dog Coming to EMS
Posted: Feb 11 2017
Parking Lot - Winter Conditions
Posted: Feb 07 2017
Parent/Teen Turning Points
Posted: Feb 02 2017
Yearbooks on Sale
Posted: Jan 25 2017
Mandarin Classes Available
Posted: Jan 04 2017
Japan Cultural Exchange - April 1-6
Posted: Jan 03 2017
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At Earl Marriott Secondary, we embrace learning that challenges students to become critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and dynamic innovators.
Our vision celebrates citizens who are civically engaged, globally aware, and sensitive to environmental challenges and
As Mariners, we strive to be effective communicators, respectful and informed collaborators, and self-directed learners.
As a community, we encourage young people to critique and to manage information, media, and technology, and to be capable
of leading healthy lives and rewarding careers.
At Earl Marriott Secondary, we strongly believe that students need to acquire these skills in order to meet the demands of our changing world and to lead successful lives.