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On behalf of the PG Science Department
Parents and students, come and see what we do in the Science Program at Point Grey Secondary. Our evening will showcase dissections, a chemistry magic show, demonstrations, biology presentations and more.
You can browse over cool projects, try some out, and when you need a break, beverages and snacks will be availabe to enjoy.
So mark your calendars as we'd be delighted to have you with us !
May 22nd 7pm -9pm!
Les Miserables is coming to Point Grey. May 7-9, 15-17, 7pm. Tickets available at the door. $10 for seniors/students and $15 for adults. Join us for this epic performance.
What’s all this racquet? The PG tennis team placed 2nd in Vancouver! After winning 2nd place in the city championships, the next stop for PG’s tennis team was the zone finals. Unfortunately, they lost against St. Georges this Tuesday with a score of 10 to 1. Two out of the four teams competing in the zone finals will progress to the provincials. However, due to their loss against the all-boys private school, they have now been eliminated.
Nevertheless, the tennis team has worked and trained hard each week for the past two months now, dedicating their time to this sport by giving up several after-school commitments and playing games every Monday and Wednesday. As well, their hard work has not gone unrewarded; they have a win-loss ratio of 3-5 during the regular season and claimed 2nd place in all of Vancouver.
This team consists of several grade 9s to 12s who play both singles and doubles matches. Congratulations to everyone on the PG tennis team for an amazing season filled with much school spirit and teamwork, especially during doubles matches however, as well in the singles! Shout out to Mr. Fleming for dedicating his time to coach the team and Mr. Bosello for being the second teacher sponsor! Once again, congrats to everyone on the team and we hope to see you all out on the courts once again next April!
Congratulations to the PG Junior Ultimate Team. Today they won two victories in the city wide junior ultimate finals. First they defeated John Oliver 15-3, then they won against Killarney 12-6. This places the Grey Hounds fifth place overall in Vancouver.
Way to go bantam boys! The T & F Cities’ at UBC last Friday ended on a victorious note, with Point Grey bringing home the BEST BANTAM BOYS trophy, which we last won in ’03. PG was tearing up the UBC track with several more awards – winning 3rd for the OVERALL BEST SCHOOL TEAM.
As well, individual awards were given to the best athletes for each division and gender. Long-distance runner Thomas Nobbs (in grade 8) and sprinter Sean Szeremeta (in grade 12) won the MOST POINTS AWARD for the bantam and senior boys division, respectively.
Some other victories that remained unmentioned include Sajeda Win keeping her record for the 5th year in a row by winning first in 200m and 100m sprints, bantam boys winning first in 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 relays, and several others.
Congratulations once again to the undefeatable bantam boys! Congrats to Thomas and Sean for winning their individual awards! And good job to everyone in Track & Field for an amazing season! As well, thank you to all the coaches; Mr. Skarsgard, Mr. Keenlyside, and Gareth Jones, and all the volunteers for making this possible for all us athletes! We hope to see you all out on the field again next April!