Grade 12 Prom Information
Thursday, June 14th Hernder Estate
1607 Eighth Ave Louth, St. Catharines, ON L2R 6P7
Doors open at 5:30pm
Dinner will be served at 6:30pm
Dancing goes to 11pm
$75 / ticket On sale March 8th - May 14th
through School Cash Online
Dramatic Success for Grimsby Secondary Productions
The Niagara District Drama Festival wrapped up this year with a banquet and awards ceremony where GSS shone proud. The school entered two productions this year and they both were recognized for their creativity. Students from "Falling Down the Well" earned an Award of Merit for Comedie Ensemble and they also garnered the Best Student Direction trophy. The second production "The Twoman", created by Mr. Soyka and a team of dedicated students, won a long series of awards for its originality and uniqueness.
- Sammy Lawless and Renee Peters were recognized for their costume design with an Award of Merit.
- The entire cast and crew was recognized as the best technical crew with the Rita Steve Trophy.
- Jaedyn Townsley won an Award of Excellence for musical composition.
- Sammy Lawless won the Carousel Players Stage Management Award!
- Rachael Binns and Zakeri McDonnell also won an Award of Excellence for puppetry.
- The show overall garnered the Best Visual Trophy and the Best Experimental Trophy.
- Brittany Wenninger was honoured with the Most Promising Student of the Festival Award.
- And GSS took home the first prize trophy called THE PELTOMA
Both plays had a lively physical style that showed off students' talents. The cast and crew of the Twoman are looking forward to performing again in Hamilton at the end of April.
Indoor Rowing Champion
Members of the GSS Eagles Rowing Team competed in the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships on Sunday Feb 4 in Mississauga, Ontario. Outstanding performances were posted by Hailey Mercuri (13th out of 60), Liam Brenner (4th - first competition), Isaiah Yoder (first in the High School coxie event), Emma Dockray (3rd), and Charlotte Drennan - who WON her category.
Girls Hockey - Big Tourney Win
The puck just dropped on the high school hockey season, yet the Grimsby Eagles are in full flight.
The Eagles captured a gold medal at the 11th annual Blessed Trinity Hockey Tournament recently.
The Eagles, who have become a perennial power in girls hockey... Click For Full Article
Grimsby Soccer Heads to the NCAA Division 1
Paige Epp and Alyssa Abernot started out playing soccer together in the Town of Grimsby for the Grimsby Soccer Club. They have had many years of great successes together. When they joined the Stoney Creek Soccer Club they were able to secure a spot in the Ontario Cup Provincial Championships for three years in a row including winning the Provincial title in 2014 and then going on to win the Nationals undefeated in P.E.I. that same year.
Paige has just signed on with College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. She plans to take her degree in Architecture and continue her soccer career as a mid-fielder for the Crusaders.
Alyssa has signed a scholarship with the Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. She will be faced with many shots as a Falcon goalkeeper. Alyssa is taking a degree in Sports Management. Both girls are playing with the NCAA Division 1 schools, which is a big accomplishment.
We wish them both the best in their future endeavors as they have made Grimsby Secondary School proud.
DECA Provincial Competition
Our students represented Grimsby very well at the DECA provincal competition this past weekend in Toronto! Sienna Lalonde and Jayden Bartlett competed very well in their category and had an absolutely amazing business idea! Caitlin Gratton and Cameron Eastbrooks also competed very well and they placed in their final category in the top 10 out of the whole province and received a medal! Amazing work everyone!
Owen Ranks 1st in the Niagara Region
Senior Math Contest Success
Congratulations to Owen Mehta-Jones on his success in this year’s Canadian Senior Mathematics Contest that is organized annually by the University of Waterloo.
Owen Mehta-Jones ranked 1st in the Niagara Region and out of 5000 competitors internationally Owen ranked an unbelievable 88th.
Congratulations Owen on your success and all the best as you look towards your future post secondary school options in mathematics.
Eagles Soar to Varsity Football Championship
After a 6 year football void, your Eagles, defeated the Eden Flyers 14-7 on Nov. 9th to capture the DSBN Tier 2 title! With realistic expectations of starting up the program again this group of boys exceded any pre-notions finishing the season with a 7-1 record. Special thanks to our captains Lucas Clarkson, Nate Joyner, Justin DeFaria, and Andrew Melo for their leadership by example and timely pep talks. The coaching staff couldn't be happier and are already preparing to defend their title. Any future Eagles looking to play football next year can come visit our booth on the Nov. 28th grade 8 open house.
Eagles on 3.....1,2,3.
Trip to New York
Once in a lifetime culinary trip to New York! See hell's kitchen; visit the Cake Boss bakery; eat a specially prepared meal at Katz's deli. The trip takes place May 4 - 7. There are currentl
y limited seats available. Pay your $200 deposit using cash on line......the balance won't be due until early 2018 (total trip cost is $787*)
O Captain My Captain! Silver Medal for Sarah Nelles
Sarah Nelles, a grade 12 student at GSS, recently captained the Ontario Blue squad in the Women's National U18 Hockey Tournament in Quebec City, Quebec. Sarah, who plays regionally for the Stoney Creek Junior Sabres, not only lead her team to the gold medal game, but was named MVP in the semi finals, where she scored a goal and an assist.
With a record of 3-0 (including a win over the Ontario Red team), Sarah and her team took on Ontario Red again in the final. Blue fought valiantly but came up short. The final score was 3-1.
Sarah brought home her silver medal to much acclaim. She has signed to play with the Mercyhurst Lakers, a Division One university in Erie, Pennsylvania next year.
Congratulations on an incredible achievement at Nationals, Sarah! Go Eagles!