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LEADERS

LEADERS program information:
 
Commitment, Initiative, and Communication: These are the three cornerstones of effective, responsible leadership. They are the core of the Magee Leaders Program, and the basis of the programs' goals:
 
Commitment: to instill an understanding of the responsibilities of citizenship, and of the individual's potential to effect positive change in our society.
 
Initiative: to encourage students to act on their convictions and to exercise sound judgment in doing so.
 
Communication: to develop in each student the most essential leadership tool - the ability to communicate effectively - by building skill, confidence, and understanding.
 
The MAGEE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM fosters the responsibilities of citizenship and individual potential to effect positive change in our society. The program encourages students to act on their convictions and to exercise sound judgment in doing so. The cohort consists curious, compassionate and committed grade 8 and 9 students looking for academic enrichment, and leadership and community service opportunities.​​

Grade seven students and their families are encouraged to attend our information evening October 25th, 2016 at 7:00 pm. Applications to our program will be accepted until January 6th, 2017 at 4:00 pm. All applicants will be invited to participate in our Leaders' interviews on January 26th from 12:20 to 2:55 pm. Twenty-eight students will be selected from this application pool.
 
If you are a grade eight student wanting to apply for your grade nine year, there are at times spots available. Please complete the applications below and submit to Magee by February​ 28th, 2017. You will be called personally to schedule an interview.
 
Please note regarding grade 7 report cards - If you school is not issuing grade 7 report cards in term 1, please submit with your application, your final grade 6 report card and the a copy of your January 2018 written progress report when it becomes available.

Below are the necessary forms to apply to Leaders: