• My Strength is Not for Hurting

    On Thursday NPSS students participated in the ‘My Strength is Not for Hurting’ violence against women campaign. Constable Neustaeter presented to the school on the signs of an unhealthy relationship, local statistics on violence, and what can be done to get help.

  • NPSS Athletics Banquet

    The year end Athletics Banquet will take place on Thursday, June 6th from 5:30 -7:30pm. All athletes and their families are encouraged to come and celebrate the sports year in review! Tickets for guests ($10) can be purchased through the Athletics office as well as the main office.

  • Chemistry

    Ms. Lynn’s Chemistry 11 class conducts a pH lab.

  • Grizzlies Update: May 28

    It was a busy week for North Peace sports teams with action from Senior Boys Rugby and Ultimate Frisbee.

    Senior boys rugby hosted their semi-final playoff game against Charles Spencer on Wednesday afternoon in front of a great home crowd.

  • NPSS at Skills Canada in Halifax

    We wish the best of luck to our four NPSS students currently in Halifax, NS competing at Skills Canada! They are representing Team BC:

    Erica Thomas Schulenburg – Public Speaking Jacob McInnis – Workplace SafetyCarl Berresheim &

  • French Immersion

    Mme Dirks’ French Immersion students visited France last week! They experienced local cuisine, practiced their language skills, and visited many historical sites and museums.

  • NPSS Chemistry

    Mr. Fajemisin’s Chemistry 11 students doing a bonding lab.

  • Presentation by Boris Sichon

    NPSS received a visit from musician Boris Sichon. He showcased a selection of his collection of musical instruments from around the world. Boris demonstrated the similarities between the instruments. “They are the same language,

  • Biology 12

    Students in Ms. Lynn’s Biology 12 class dissecting hearts and lungs.

  • Important Reminder for all Dual Credit Students

    Mandatory Orientation Night at NLC on Tuesday, May 28th at 6:30 pm for all students that have been accepted into Dual Credit programs (Trades, Certificate, or Academics) at the Fort St John campus for the fall intake only (beginning in Sept).