Entries by Ms. Keeling

Alumni Profile – Nic Beaulieu Class of ’17

Nic is one of the original CMA students, starting with the school in its year of inception. In his 4 years at CMA he made an immense contribution to our school’s culture. He was a positive force on the trails, in the gym, and in the classroom, and holds the prestigious honour of being CMA’s […]

CMA Senior School Headed to the Yukon

Our senior students in grades 10, 11, and 12 will all be travelling to the Yukon (the land of the midnight sun) for their year-end LEAD trip. This incredible journey paddling down the Yukon River from Carmacks to Dawson City has been a highlight for many a CMA student. In fact, most of our Class […]

Alumni Profile – Alex Broker Class of ’19

Alex came to CMA for her grade 12 year after having recovered from a very serious injury. In a relatively short amount of time she made a huge impact as one of CMA’s most well-rounded students. Alex is now studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Victoria. In Grade 10, I broke my back and had […]

Welcome Ms. Erin Paul!

The CMA team is thrilled to welcome Erin Paul to our school! She will be working with Ms. Moodie and be available to students as she completes the practicum portion of her Masters in Counselling. With a background in teaching Outdoor Education she has a passion for the natural world, exploring wild spaces, and building […]

Adventures in Art this Year to Date

Written by Ms. Marni Harris, CMA Art Teacher It continues to be a pleasure and a privilege to guide 14 grade, 9-12 students, in art adventures in various mediums. In September, we started with drawing/sketching as the foundation of art of any form, with still life exercises, studio time, and discussions about the elements and […]

Screenagers NEXT CHAPTER – film screening Nov 28th

CMA is pleased to present a special screening of Screenagers NEXT CHAPTER. Filmmaker and physician Dr. Delaney Ruston takes the conversation around screens and teens to the next level with Screenagers NEXT CHAPTER: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience—a film that examines the science behind teen’s emotional challenges, the interplay of social media, and most importantly, […]

New Admissions Event – Coffee Talks

New this year! Come join the Head of School, Mike Slinger and the Director of Admissions & Communications, Tracy Keeling for a coffee and a chat. They will be ready to answer all your questions about CMA and the application process. This event is best suited for parents looking at CMA for the next academic […]

Scholarships Workshop – Oct 29th

CMA is thrilled to be bringing the amazing Brittany Palmer of Unlock Your Future back to Squamish. At this engaging workshop, Brittany will lead students and parents through a step-by-step program for navigating the post-secondary scholarship process. Topics will include building your scholarship foundation and crafting a strong personal statement. Contrary to popular belief, students […]

CSI – CMA’s competency-based approach to scientific discovery

Have you heard about CSI at CMA? It was designed to explore the curricular competencies of science which are prevalent and required in disciplines like anatomy & physiology, chemistry, environmental science, and physics, among others. These competencies include things like: – formulating a hypothesis and predicting an outcome, – planing, selecting and using appropriate investigation methods like […]