Mrs. Carter & Mrs. Savory

Posted: May 10, 2013

Can Learn

Explore studios and live demos.  Meet instructors and students. Learn about full-time program options and edVentures Learning Vacations!  Open House Saturday, March 23 from 10 am - 4 pm.  For more information call 506-444-4211 or visit

Posted: March 13, 2013

Entering your first year at UNB? Get a head start on your program and earn 6 credit hours during this 4-week camp. This unique camp teams up archaeology students at any level to experience one-of-a-kind collaborative research and mentoring; replicate ancient tools, pottery, and wigwams; gain !eld experience,and explore the way everyday human life is transformed into archaeological records.July 2 - 26, 2013Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pmUNB Fredericton CampusResidence & meal plans available Find out more!Visit 451-6824
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Posted: February 27, 2013

Mount Allison will be hosting an Open House on Friday, March 8 from 9:30 am - 4:15 pm to help you discover if Mount A is the right fit for you.  Experience Mount Allison for the first time, or visit again to learn all about academics, residence life, travel opportunities and more! There are great Mount A prizes to be won.  Register at
Open house will occur on March 8, 2013.  This event will explore the classroom experience and gives students a glimpse of life at the Mount.  There will be same day admissions for anyone who would like to bring their transcript and as well as campus tours.  More information about Explore, including the registration form, is available online at

Posted: February 22, 2013

On Friday, March 8th, Acadia University will be hosting its annual Experience Acadia Day!  The event will take place on the Acadia University campus from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm.  Students and their families will have the opportunity to have many of their questions answered and get a feel for life at Acadia.  This is your opportunity to register for courses, meet your new professors, explore program choices and career options, connect with Acadia students, and tour the residences.  Students who wish to bring their transcript there will be free on-the-spot admissions.  Register online at  
The Faculty of Nursing at UNB (Fredericton, Bathurst, Moncton campuses) supports an Aboriginal Nursing Initiative which aims to recruit and retain Aboriginal nursing students as well as support them personally and academically throughout their nursing program while at UNB.  The Aboriginal Nursing Initiative Symposium will be held in Fredericton on March 1, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm for any Aboriginal students who may have an interest in pursuing a career in nursing.  This is an event which aims to spread awareness of this program as well as inform prospective students about the unique and supportive atmosphere at the Faculty of Nursing.  For further information please contact: Lisa Perley-Dutcher - ANI Director: (506)447-3098 or Shelley Francis - ANI Coordinator:  (506)451-6895 or  
St. Mary's will be hosting a Money Matters Information Session on Tuesday, February 5th from 7:00-8:30pm at the Rodd Miramichi River for all parents and students whom may be interested.  This is a great event and provides very relevant information about financing a university degree.
The Dalhousie Faculty of Computer Science (FCS) is hosting their annual Computer Science Day for high school students contemplating a degree in computer science or informatics on Saturday, February 9, 2013. This event is part of the Canadian Computer Education month (  This event is an excellent chance for students to experience firsthand what a degree in this field could mean for them. Students will attend their choice of two workshops from: autonomous robots, web application security, graphic game design and hacking the Kinect. The workshops are fun and highlight the opportunities and specializations offered within our degree programs. Your students will also have a chance to meet and hear from current students and FCS alumni.  Students wishing to attend are encouraged to bring friends, parents and teachers. All will receive a free lunch and a tour of our campus here at Dal. All students will be entered to win draws for multiple prizes. Registration ( is necessary and it's encouraged that they register as soon as possible so they can get in the sessions of their choice. 

Posted: February 1, 2013

The next NBCC Student For A Day event will be held February 28th, 2013.  This is a fantastic opportunity to help students decide where they would like to pursue their education after they graduate from high school.   To register to become a Student For A Day, go to then click “Register online”. This will bring the registrant to the registration form. Once it has been submitted, a college representative will contact the registrant via email.