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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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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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The grand opening of the Kells Academy Language Centre in Westmount made for an extra exciting autumn at the school. The Centre was created in order to provide additional English language help for our international students who come from all over the world, including China, Ukraine, Vietnam, Syria, Korea, and Turkey.

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The leadership retreat for Grade 11 students was one they will always remember. The excitement was palpable when they went up to Wentworth, Quebec to take part in an overnight trip as part of their physical education program.

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Starting in September 2017, Kells Academy will offer our virtual, yet supported, Grade 12 program. Our pre-university program prepares students for admission to the top universities. Upon successful completion, students will receive the Ontario Secondary Schools Diploma (OSSD) and be eligible to apply to all universities across North America, including Quebec.

This is an opportunity for students to partake in a program that provides a fine balance of independent learning, while having our dedicated teaching staff support their individual needs. Courses are taught by a certified teacher at our school campus and students receive the necessary guidance in order to complete the Grade 12 program successfully.

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