The recent Pep Rally focused Concordia school spirit on a Phoenix Friday of epic proportions. (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism) See a larger gallery of images here.
High School photography students, including Calvin O., coached 3rd Grade students in effective photography strategies recently.
Dr. Christopher Aspaas was APAC's guest conductor at their regional Choir event last weekend. (Alisa Z., SMS)
Concordia's APAC Dance team gave their High School peers a preview of the performance they'll be part of this weekend. (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism)
The Eagles worked hard to defend against this intense Phoenix drive. (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Phoenix Friday excitement kicks up a level when the Cheer team is on the scene. (image: Alice C., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Students collaborate on a mosaic that depicts "What Concordia means to me". (image: Anita F., Concordia Applied Journalism)
As a counterpoint to the cerebral energy of the ACAMIS conference, volleyball fans took their support to a whole new level at Phoenix Friday. (image: Anita F., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Students and teachers enjoyed some quality interaction time as part of the ACAMIS Annual Conference that was hosted at Concordia this past week. (image: Rachel D., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Concordia HS student Grace M. is one of the first two females to have ever joined the varsity baseball team.
Journalist Michael L. gets to know a little more about Mr. Chowning's idea behind his now-famous phrase.
Kristie interviews Jaden about some tough choices that athletes make
What's hidden inside the numbers? Big Data analytics is "like the new oil" says Concordia's Dr. Peter Tong.
Journalist Erika B. recently traveled to western China to learn more about the Shining Star organization.
It’s a year-end tradition that unites and delights
What do those kids do when they’re not at school? Journalist Elisabeth T. investigates the private passions of several Concordia students
Sportsmanship and team spirit were the active ingredients for the day
Journalist Hannah R. uses her capstone project to test the accuracy of this often underwhelming word
Bringing new thinking to a conventional subject area resulted in deeper learning for students
Grade 2 students teach parents about homelessness in Shanghai
The purpose of Concordia's Xiaohusai slides sharply into focus as two of the sustaining managers of the student-led social enterprise meet with one of the students their company supports.
Grade 4 students learn the power of asking the right question.
From privacy issues to crowd sourcing: Big Data is here to stay. And Concordia students are working to understand it.
Journalists James and Jake try to establish the most correct pronunciation for some tricky words.
Journalist Jake L. further explores a wide range of “correct” pronunciations.
Concordia Applied Journalism reporter Cayla C. took her video camera to the recent Christmas Bazaar and here’s what she learned.
Creative stars align to extend writing opportunities
Three Concordia students exchange thoughts with visionary and library founder Janice Ghil
The spirit of competition is fueled by a love of literature among Concordia’s young readers
New materials and education are among the possible solutions
Grade 3 students offer thoughts and ideas about how to create a greener future for this burgeoning city.
Don't miss one musical minute of this beautiful collaborative event
The game has been played thousands of times. And it’s designed right here at Condordia.
Journalist John H. investigates the “unofficial use” of the school’s interactive screens.
Get inspired to prepare some extra-tasty goodies this weekend!
Finding a way to apply initiative to a creative project that brings benefit to others
Our local chapter of the Dressember campaign has attracted the efforts of musicians, artisans and fashion designers