Extra-Curricular programs and activities are an extension to the basic school curriculum. Schools will offer a different variety of educational programs and activities depending on the community, location and volunteers and funding.

Extra-Curricular Programs

This program, the teaching of the language of origin, is a special project totally financed by the government. The purpose of the program is to allow each child to broaden and better appreciate his/her language and culture of origin.

Students from kindergarten to grade 6 participate in a robotics program involving programming and coding. Students in cycle 3 participate in the prestigious Robocup Challenge yearly.

Kids Karate and Kickboxing classes are provided by Angelo Di Bella Kickboxing School

Enfant & Compagnie offers innovative daycare, after school, and pedagogical day activities. The program is run by two experienced teachers.

Running club

Students from cycle 3 help share students' ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principal

Students from cycle 2 and 3 will be taking part in a vocal workshop that will participate in the super –production of The Carnival of Miracles and Monsters.

A morning exercise program where students get the opportunity to get their energy out and their brains engaged first thing in the morning! They do fitness activities, cooperative games and team challenges for approximately 40 minutes on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

An after school program where students from K to grade 6 learn the basic of playing soccer with ex-Impact player Rocco Placentino.Click here

School-Wide Activities

To the greatest extent possible, activities and supplements are made available at no cost or for a very nominal fee:

  • Earth Hour / Earth Day
  • School Concerts
  • School Plays
  • Terry Fox Run
  • Halo Race
  • Corn Roast

Field Trips and Class Outings

Cedarcrest students benefit from a wide variety of outings and field trips:

  • Museums
  • Theatre Performances
  • Apple and Pumpkin Picking
  • Sugar Shack