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Celebration of Character – CIC Recognizes Students Who Make an Impact to the School Community

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Congratulations to all 2022 fall Semester Character Award recipients. Thank you for showing positive moral attitudes and making an impact in and outside of classroom! At CIC, we are devoted to developing students’ academic excellence through character building and character education is embedded in teaching, extra-curricular activities and social outreach projects. Each semester, we are incredibly proud to celebrate exemplary…

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Fabulous Residence Activities Throughout Winter Holiday

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Winter Holiday (December 9 – January 3 ) is almost here! CIC Residence is hosting engaging activities to keep you excited, spend quality time with friends and contribute to the community throughout the holiday. Dec 8 – Bring Smiles to Seniors: Holiday Cards | Residence Student Leaders Meeting and End-of-Year party Dec 9 – Holiday Crafts Dec 10- Dumpling Cooking…

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Graduating Class Marks Milestone with Glamorous Dinner at Skylon Tower

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CIC's December Graduation Dinner was back on November 25. The celebration on top of Skylon Tower was sensational. Boys and girls all looked stunning in their elegant outfits. Friends, food, the vibe, the amazing views overlooking Niagara …Everything was flawless. Congratulations on overcoming challenges to thrive in and out of the classroom and getting well prepared for the new chapter...
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Alumni Share Valuable Tips on Successfully Transitioning to Life in University

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CIC Residence held a meaningful workshop where we welcomed alumni to share their CIC memories and advice on successfully transitioning to life in university. A huge shout-out to alumni who joined in person or online for an evening filled with fabulous stories, tips and tricks: Amin Mansouri (CIC 2021), University of California, Irvine (Mechanical Engineering) Edgar Du (CIC 2021), Ontario…

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CIC Students Raise Over CAD$2,000 in Support of Doctors Without Borders

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On Nov 19, CIC Service Prefects launched the annual Global Health Mission (GHM) fundraiser in support of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and raised over CAD$2,000 for humanitarian aid. It was a great opportunity for students to learn about the critical lifesaving work of MSF through experiential learning and contribute to providing humanitarian assistance to people in urgent need. GHM is …

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Experiential Learning Gives Students A Competitive Edge for Future Success

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CIC provides abundant experiential learning opportunities for students to apply their knowledge to real world situations and develop life-long skills. Here’s a glance at a few examples of how experiential learning makes an impact in and out of classroom, and give students a competitive edge for future success. Grade 12 Advanced Functions Ms. Pecarski’s Grade 12 Advanced Functions class is…

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Athletic Teams and Individuals Recognized for Well-rounded Accomplishments

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As CIC approaches the end of another successful semester of sports, fitness and intramurals, we are proud to honor teams and individuals that have scored top spots, demonstrated outstanding skills, passion and teamwork in competitions. Congratulations to all teams and athletes for making outstanding contributions to the mental and physical wellbeing of the school community! Volleyball Team Medals Bronze –...
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CIC Competes in North America’s Premiere High-School Level Model UN Conference

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From November 9 to 13, CIC Model United Nations team competed in the Secondary School United Nations Symposium (SSUNS), North America’s premiere high-school level Model UN conference. The SSUNS was a great opportunity for the team, made up of close to 20 students, to step out of their comfort zone and further develop their passion. The symposium, hosted in Montreal…

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