Open House at EMCS

Monday night, February 21 – Edward Milne Community School is hosting an Open House. The invitation is open to all ages to come and see the program offerings at EMCS or to drop by and become familiar with the local neighbourhood high school.  

Over the last sixty-five years, EMCS, an outstanding community school, has built a tradition of excellence. EMCS is a place where students acquire knowledge—not only in the content areas, but also in the skill development areas—resulting in an education which invites them to transform and apply it to the challenges and paths their lives will take. Diverse programming choices are supported by a staff dedicated to helping students excel in all areas.

The school is proud to offer a wide range of academic, career and special programs as well as many extracurricular opportunities. All students can find a path that suits them at Edward Milne Community School!

 

Come join us to discover the many paths of learning at EMCS.

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