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The Canadian Association of Physicists puts together a high school physics examination

L'association des physiciens et physiciennes organise un examen pour les étudiants du secondaire du Canada.

The Canadian Association of Physicists puts together a high school physics examination targeted at upper year physics students across Canada. It stresses logical and creative thinking, by asking questions going beyond the expectation of the classroom. Prizes are awarded to the top students both provincially and nationally. The top students will be invited to the National Physics Olympiad camp to compete for the places on the National Team, which will represent Canada in the International Physics Olympiad in Copenhagen, Denmark. The official writing day is Tuesday, April 9, 2013.

In cooperation with Jeunes Entreprises and Bechtel Corporation our grade 8 student Aria Mortazavi wins 1st place.

Aria participates with other children at Jeunes Entreprises business workshop, winning 1st place on his video presentation.

The winning prize - Assus laptop and $2,000.00. Congratulations Aria !

The required documents for new immigrants and foreign students can be complicated and confusing. We have listed the required prerequisites parents must submit along with their application for enrollment. In addition there are 3rd party resources to help you navigate through the paperwork for both Immigration Canada and Quebec's CAQ ( Quebec Acceptance Certificate ).

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