A group of 10 students and three adult chaperones from Munro Academy in Balls Creek will travel to Kenya, East Africa, for 18 days to make connections and volunteer. The students will visit the country to spread love, build connections, volunteer and see first-hand the struggles of those living there. Click the button below to read the full article in the Cape Breton Post.
The Zayed Future Energy Prize team filmed a remarkable short video clip describing the MA experience which was shown at the opening ceremonies of the ZFEP in the UAE in January 2018. You can now view this video by clicking the button below.
As Nova Scotia talks about massive changes being pursued for the provincial public education system, CTV News did a report highlighting the private school alternative that included thoughts from some Munro Academy students and staff. Click the button below to view the news story.
Munro Academy considering expansion options as student enrolment rises.
Munro Academy is known for its small class sizes, but with student enrolment numbers continuing to rise, it appears an expansion may soon be on the horizon.
The Balls Creek private school, located on Campbell Road, is currently at 85 per cent capacity in its current building and some individual classrooms are filled to capacity...
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Anna Ritter, 15, a Grade 11 student at Munro Academy will be speaking to people representing leaders in global renewable energy innovation in Dubai during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. Click the button to read the full article in the Cape Breton Post.
MA launched its Active 8 program in September, which encourages physical activity each day during the month. The program started on Sept. 11, the first day of school, and will run until the end of June.
“The idea was put forward by Douglas Beane (principal at Munro Academy) because he thought we could put our money where our mouth is and encourage students to be physically active,” said Holly MacIsaac, vice-principal.
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