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The women at Chez Doris, a women’s shelter in Montreal, were moved in many senses when the Kells choir visited them for a special performance. In honour of Mother’s day, we felt that it would be a kind gesture to bring some joy into the lives of these women.

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The magic of Walt Disney came alive when Kells students proudly presented their annual Spring Concert. From the incredibly talented musicians to the enthusiastic performers, it was an extraordinary show! Kells Academy's dedication and passion for the Arts was evident to the full house at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall.

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Kells Juvenile Boys futsal team went into the playoffs with an undefeated regular season, a record of seven wins, and an overtime win. After a thrilling semi finals against CPI, the Cinderella story continued into the finals against LBPHS. The game went back and forth leading up to the final minutes of regulation when Kells tied the game 3-3 sending the game into overtime. With suspense looming in the air,

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At the recently held contest administered by the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing at the University of Waterloo, one of our grade 11 students, Howard (Haoran) Qin, tied for 1st place overall with the highest possible score.

Additionally, one of our grade 10 students, Hyeonji Kim, obtained the second highest provincial score on the Cayley competition in 2018, earning two exclusive invitations to intensive mathematics summer camps held at the University of Ottawa and the University of Waterloo. The majority of our senior students placed in the top 25% nationally with Kells ranked among the top performing private schools in the province.

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Our FLEX crochet class took part in a heartwarming initiative by making beautiful blankets for the premature babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at The Jewish General Hospital.

Rosaleen Rinzler, chair of the JGH Auxiliary, is passionate about helping the Tiny Miracles and supporting this important cause. Being one of the largest birthing centers in the province of Quebec, this hospital delivers over 4500 babies per year of which 700 are premature newborns. Babies born in this unit may weigh as little as 500 grams, around one pound. When Rosaleen approached us to ask for our support, the students were eager to help. A group of high school students got busy knitting blankets with especially soft fabric and in the signature colour purple for premmies.

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