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SCONACTS - PART TWO

Please join Strathcona at the Fringe online for SconActs-Part Two happening January 26-28, 2021.  Click here to purchase tickets from the Fringe Theatre.

Three unique plays directed by three student directors to start 2021 with a flourish of light and love.

Grumplestocks: written by Kevin Jesuino, Trish Lorenz, and Jon Lachlan Stewart and Directed by Thomas Moore
Once Upon a time Cresh, Tubix, Morelle and Tilly four marionettes escape their maker, landing in Bowble, where the city of sin which tears apart their friendship, and teaches them the origins of their birth.

The Egg written by Andy Weir and directed by Diego Marshall
Once you have lived every human life ever, you will be born as a God.

My Love Lies Frozen in the Ice written by the Dead Rabbits Collective and directed by Miko Pelletier
In 1897, three explorers took to the North Pole in a balloon. They left a woman who could not forget them… based on a true story.

 


MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

Welcome to Strathcona High School,

Since 1908 Strathcona has been about excellence.  Our outstanding achievement results and our Advanced Placement scores reflect this commitment to excellence.

We pride ourselves on pushing to excellence in Athletics, Fine Arts, International Languages, and Student Leadership.  We strive to build a community that lives our motto "as one who serves."   In serving the community and the world, Scona has raised over 2.7 million dollars for worthy causes.

In our community staff work with students and parents to provide an environment in which learning thrives and students are given the skills to become the leaders of tomorrow.   

Our website will give parents and prospective students a good overview of who we are, courses, programs, and activities that are available at Strathcona.   Please remember to check out our virtual open houses (AP - Feb 4, and Open House - March 2).  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards,

Hans Van Ginhoven

Principal