“Hustle” – Finesse Magic

Written by: Nabeel Virani - Grade 11 I hope you all enjoy this 10 minute street magic special I've created! I tried to perform some new effects instead of the usual tricks I normally do. Please spread this video around and enjoy! https://youtu.be/mDCvv4Gsm1o

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Idol Love – Short Story

Written by: Faria Islam - Grade 12 Author’s Note: This is a short story I wrote for English class last semester. It was inspired by Margaret Atwood’s poem “Variations on the Word Love”. If you haven’t encountered this poem yet in your own English class, I highly recommend reading it beforehand. If you are knowledgeable … Continue reading Idol Love – Short Story

Operation Med School Calgary 2018

Written by: Vivian Huynh - Grade 12 If you're thinking of pursuing a career in a medical related field, check out Operation Med School! Operation Med School (OMS) is a one-day conference organized by youth. It hopes to give students a better idea of what to expect in the medical field, and what specific careers … Continue reading Operation Med School Calgary 2018

Sign this Petition to Help Save Pearson’s Dance Program

Written by: Sakshi Kaur - Grade 12 Pearson's lively dance community has been a prominent part of the Patriot identity for years, but with the decision to cancel the dance program next year, a part of the student population is beginning to feel lost. Please take the time to read over our cause and the … Continue reading Sign this Petition to Help Save Pearson’s Dance Program

The 7 Kids You’ll Meet During Spare (and the One Kid You Won’t)

Written by: Naoreen Kabir - Grade 12 A spare is a wonderful thing to have. They provide flexibility in a student’s day in terms of how they can use their time. The possibilities within the empty block of time are as diverse as the student population lucky enough to have one. Should you choose to … Continue reading The 7 Kids You’ll Meet During Spare (and the One Kid You Won’t)

Advocating for Students: Lester B. Pearson’s Student Council

Written by: Camryn Catabay - Grade 11 Do you ever find yourself wishing to change or improve something around the school? No matter how big or small that idea may be, Lester B. Pearson’s Student Council is always willing to lend an ear. The Student Council at Lester B. Pearson aims to advocate for the … Continue reading Advocating for Students: Lester B. Pearson’s Student Council