Month: November 2018

FIRST EDITION OF STRATHCONIAN

This year it is 90 years since the very first Strathconian was published. It is interesting to see the difference between the 1928 cover and the 2018 cover. The stories and memories this publication has shared in its years of editions. To read the full 1928 edition please view below.

Coding for Girls

Our Head of Digital Learning and Innovation discusses the importance of girls learning to code on Studio Ten  When other schools may be winding down at the end of term, our Year 7 and 8 students will be gearing up to a new level of learning with #coLAB.  In this week-long intensive program students …

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Malala Inspires

Congratulations to eight of our Strathcona students who have won the opportunity to hear equal rights and education activist and the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai in December. A huge thank you to all the students who shared their incredible entries on what courage means to them and the importance of girls education …

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UNSTOPPABLE WOMEN: LEISL LEIGHTON (’88)

Leisl Leighton (’88 ) is one of Strathcona’s unstoppable women and an author of award-winning paranormal novels. Passionate about music and creative writing Leisl has always read everything from fantasy, paranormal, sci-fi, romantic historical and suspense stories, not to mention classics such as Shakespeare. Leisl has won the Indiana Romance Writers Golden Opportunities Competition and the …

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