Student Achievements: An Argyll Celebration!
Argyll's Teaching and Learning Community Models Excellence
Argyll Students Recognized with Awards at Edmonton Regional Science Fair! We are proud of you!
Argyll is pleased to announce the success of our students at the Edmonton and Calgary Regional ScienceFairs! 2 Argyll students will be representing our School at the Canada Wide Science Fair, this year held in our very own Lethbridge, Alberta. Congratulations to Abdulla Farooq and Neelam Reddy!
Ben Churchill wins big at Biathalon!
Celebrating all students!
Khadija Farooq is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee Citizenship Medal and Award for 2012. The Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Citizenship Medal recognizes outstanding citizenship, leadership, community service and volunteerism. Eight young Albertans receive the medal each year, selected from among the high school students from across Alberta who received the Premier's Citizenship Award in that year. Every Alberta high school may nominate one student each year to receive the Premier's Award. Medal recipients are chosen by a selection committee of Albertans who are themselves outstanding citizens, volunteers, and community members.
Grade 4 student, Mariam, shares her first experience shopping at Princess Auto.
Peter has been nominated for the Premier Citizenship award, Michael A Strembitsky Award of Excellence, and The Kinsman club of Edmonton community service award.
Sarah has won first place in the Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair. She participated in our Argyll Cyber Science Fair and earned an honours standing. Sarah is also Argyll's first Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair entry ever.
Sarah participated in the Canada Wide Science Fair in Toronto this May, winning a gold medal and a scholarship to the University of Western Ontario.
Joey Gelowitz has been on the Science Fair Trail and has participated in several Science Fairs this year
Once again Argyll students had a proud showing at the Calgary Youth Science Fair. Argyll was able to send 9 students forward to the city wide competition and out of those students 100% achieved medals!
There was a total of 29 Awards and $1000 scholarships handed out. Jessica Bedard was the winner from Argyll Centre. Congratulations Jessica
Congratulations to Brayden Power!
Kent Williams-King has received a further honour in that he has been selected to attend the Intel International Science Fair in San Jose, California. Congratulations, Kent!
Calgary Youth Science Fair sends only 10 projects to carry forward and represent Calgary at the Canada Wide Science Fair. Argyll Centre is very honoured that 2 of the 10 projects were by Argyll students.
This year Calgary had 10 Argyll students participate in the Calgary Youth Science Fair. All 10 students received medals
Argyll graduate receives $1,000 scholarship to further his training as a carpenter.
Lindsay Kvellestad becomes Argyll Centre's first ever valedictorian.
Jessica Bedard wins ATA scholarship to attend the Seminar on the United Nations and International Affairs this summer.
David Buzali wins big at United States Tennis Association (USTA) tournament in Houston
Argyll’s Kent Williams-King takes second place prize in international science fair.
Spencer Freeman has been accepted as a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.
Rachel Roberts was recently recognized by Edmonton Public Schools as Argyll’s top Grade 10 student for 2008.
Argyll brothers Matthew and Mitchell Kelm have been recognized for their outstanding character and service to the community for their involvement with KidSport
As Argyll Centre’s highest achieving Grade 12 student, David Williams-King was recognized with a top academic award from Edmonton Public Schools.
Samantha Brown was selected to represent Argyll School at the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) Seminar in Computer Science for Young Women, at the University of Waterloo.
Argyll had a very successful year at the Science Fair!
Recognition of outstanding academic achievement.
A special congratulations goes to the Brown Family who have been honoured for their generosity and volunteer work in the community.
Argyll's Damien Cachia is a promising young gymnast from Wetaskiwin.
Congratulations to Josef Methot, a grade 11 student and terrific writer!
Congratulations to Leah Wookey!
One of our high school students, Cameron Mann, entered the University of Waterloo's senior computer programming contest.
Charis Hamm, a 13 year old home schooling student from Argyll Centre, definitely appreciates the value of giving back to the community.
We are very proud of the eleven Argyll students that entered and the excellent showing they made at the fair.
David Williams-King represented Argyll on the Calgary team at the Canada Wide Science Fair, held in Truro, Nova Scotia in May 2007.
Jamil Kassam ranked No.1!
Lael Barlow represented our Province as an Archer and as one of the two banner carriers for Alberta.
Argyll Grade 4 LearnNet students Laina Kirchman and Jenaya Launstein have had their writing published in the 2007 Telus Cybertales digital storytelling program.
Mackenzie represented Argyll at the district level and earned the chance to go forward to the regional spelling bee in March.
The Premier's Citizenship Award for 2006 has been awarded to Argyll student Tolu Ajele