MacLachlan students have a diverse calendar of experiential learning, leadership opportunities, competition, and spirit celebrations. Discover the latest events and initiatives happening in the MacLachlan Community
The Exquisite Corpse assignment for Grade 9 Integrated Arts classes involved creating artwork by building onto a random photocopy provided to the students. The artwork was then passed on to other students for further additions and after 3 to 4 changes, the original creator finishes the piece.
Congratulations to Matteo, Sofia, Joshua, Henry, Emma, Katya, Oshra, Phoebe, Haddie, Annie, Olivia, and Thomas for being chosen as our Students of the Term! You all exemplify the learner profile attributes of being caring, principled, and open-minded, which is an impressive accomplishment. We are so proud of you and the hard work you put in to achieve this amazing success!
This week, our primary students in Grade 1 to Grade 3 travelled to Young People's Theatre in Toronto to see the magic-filled adaptation of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's bestselling children's book. This adaptation of ‘The Darkest Dark’ was an exciting, engaging experience that captivated and inspired our primary students of all ages.
This week, our Intermediate and Upper School students enrolled in the ESL program attended a Steelhead hockey game with the Grade 7 HPE students! They had a great time cheering on the team and experiencing the energy of the game.
Congratulations to the MacLachlan Mariners on their impressive win in the U14 Floor Hockey Tournament at Fern Hill School! You all showed tremendous skill, tenacity, and sportsmanship throughout the tournament. You should all be proud of your accomplishments.
After many, many early morning practices the U12 floor hockey team was ready for their tournament this Tuesday. They were in a tough division, but put their skills to work early on. Despite coming away without a win in their first match, spirits remained high and the students took action to some changes to their positions and lines. Noeru put on the goalie gear, and changes to the lines saw more passing and shots on net.
Everyone at MacLachlan College is wearing pink to raise anti-bullying awareness. We advocate for kindness and inclusiveness, and students from all throughout the school took part in activities to learn more about how we can keep our school a safe place for everyone.
The 100th day of school is an exciting milestone for every classroom. There is plenty to celebrate for making it through these first 100 days, and this is a special opportunity for students to look back on their hard work and celebrate all the accomplishments and progress they have made.
Our annual MacLachlan Showcase Evening was a wonderful celebration of learning! MAC families were invited to travel through the learning process and navigate through different provocations, and learning engagements.
Congratulations from the MacLachlan family to Doutzen, who received first place in her category at the Merriam Music Festival. She has worked extremely hard over the last few months, and we are very proud of her commitment.
As part of their "Words Spoken or Sung" unit of inquiry, our Grade 5 classes headed to the MacLachlan Commons to take part in a poetry workshop led by award-winning artist, spoken word poet, performer, emcee, voice actor, and educator, Britta B.