SAS Graduation Ceremony

  • Wednesday, June 23 (L – Z students)
  • Thursday, June 24 (A – K students)

Graduates are allowed to invite up to 4 adult guests (plus additional children under 12 that require supervision) to their scheduled Grad Ceremony.

Graduation 2021 Welcome and Dignitary Messages

  • Graduation Welcome – Principal Rob Cadden – Video here
  • Valedictorian Address – Christopher Ollinger and Sebastian Nyeste – Video Here
  • Kukpi7 Arnouse Congratulating All 2021 Grads – Video Here
  • Assistant Superintendent Ryan Brennan Message – Video Here
  • Trustee Marianne VanBuskirk Message – Video Here
  • Mayor Alan Harrison Message – Video Here
  • MLA Greg Kyllo Message – Video Here

SAS Grad Street Painting

We have set the dates for the SAS Grad Street Painting… weather permitting!  

Due to the Provincial Health Orders, and under the direction from Interior Health, we have to organize this event during the school day, with students in their Learning Cohorts, during their Block D morning classes.

Thursday, June 10 (A – K students)

  • 11:05 – 11:35am (Purple & Yellow Zones)
  • 11:45 – 12:15pm (Orange & Green Zones)
  • 12:30 – 1:00pm (Blue & Pink Zones)

Friday, June 11 (L – Z students)

  • 11:05 – 11:35am (Purple & Yellow Zones)
  • 11:45 – 12:15pm (Orange & Green Zones)
  • 12:30 – 1:00pm (Blue & Pink Zones)

Graduates are to bring a paint brush (a 1.5 to 2 inch brush is best).  Pre-made stencils are allowed. 

A reminder that inappropriate artwork or comments will be painted over, and only graduates can attend this event.  

If you are a graduate on a study block or currently not attending Term 4 classes, you will be scheduled at 10:15am on Thursday or Friday. 

Orange Shirt Days

Every Child Matters - Vancouver International Children's Festival Society

In light of the news regarding the graves of 215 Indigenous children found in Kamloops at the site of the former residential school, SAS will lower the Canadian flag to half-mast, and organize Cohort “Orange Shirt Days” on Wednesday, June 2 (L-Z) and Thursday, June 3 (A-K)

Students and staff are encouraged to show their support and wear Orange on these days.

We will come together as a school community during this difficult time and wear orange in support of all Residential School survivors, and in remembrance of those that did not survive.