School News

Stewards of the Future

A group of twelve Grade 10 and 11 students spent the weekend of June 5 to 7 at Pearson college in Metchosin as part of the Stewards of the Future... Read more

Shoreline Clean up

MD ECO finished this year's activities with a clean up of the Mount Douglas Park Beach on Sunday, June 7.  Students collected over 250 cigarette butts as well as lots of... Read more

Yearbooks for Purchase

There are a few 2015 Yearbooks available for purchase.  If you are interested in purchasing one, they are available for $38 from the Mount Doug accounts office.... Read more

Photography Class Photos

Mount Douglas offers both an introductory Photography 11 course, covering the fundamentals of both film and digital photography, and a more advanced Photography 12 that builds on those fundamentals learned earlier, and combines them... Read more

Locker Contents

Students were asked to have their lockers emptied by Tuesday, June 16th. The lockers have been cleaned out and miscellaneous items have been added to the lost and found.  Please have your son... Read more

June 25th Report Card/Certificate Distribution

On June 25th there will be a homeroom for distribution of  report cards and Honour Roll/Service/MVP/Athletic certificates.  Students are asked to come to the school between 10:00 and 11:00 am.    ... Read more

June 2015 Provincial Exam Bulletin / Exam Schedule

Following is the June exam schedule. School-Prov. Exam Schedule as of June 12, 2015 Following is information for students regarding Provincial Exams.  This information is provided by the Ministry of Education. June 2015... Read more

Sushi and Pita Pre-Orders

We sincerely hope that you enjoyed your healthy lunch options of pita and sushi this year.   Sushi and Pita will both be back for your enjoyment and convenience in the... Read more

Mount Doug Wins at Heritage Fair

Well done to all the students who attended the 2015 South Vancouver Island Heritage Fair on May 1st.   Your work and interviews left the judges impressed with your depth and... Read more

Summer Adventure Tourism Program

School District 61 and West Coast Adventure College are partnering together to offer an amazing 8-week program for students interested in exploring the Adventure Tourism Industry.  Applications are due by... Read more

Off the Grid Festival

Fifteen Mount Douglas Students attended the recent environmental festival held at Oak Bay High School on April 23rd. Grade 12 students Nava Friedmann and Mya Robilliard led a workshop on Fish... Read more

Spring 2015 Sports Review

As the Spring Season of play comes to a close, and there are just a couple of months of sports left, it is time to reflect on a very busy... Read more

Science 10 Invasive Plant Project

The Grade 10 Challenge Program students have been spending time learning about Garry Oak Meadows and removing invasive blackberry in Mount Tolmie Park.  The students will be mapping out four different... Read more

France Individual Exchange Program

French students at Mount Douglas are able to do an intensive France exchange at our sister school in Avignon, France.  Grade 9 or 10 students can go for a month... Read more

Leadership Update – Spring

Many leadership events have taken place since our last update. Santa's breakfast was a hit, with the highest attendance record ever.  The teacher skit, free food, and various performances from the... Read more

Mount Doug Wear – Spring 2015

Mount Doug Wear is on sale at the school only until this Thursday, April 30th.  Check out what is available to be ordered at http://mountdougwear.com/. You may also contact Mrs. Parkinson at dparkinson@sd61.bc.ca or 250-477-6482 Extension... Read more

France Trip

Thirty one Mount Doug students traveled to southern France over the Spring Break to experience French culture, Roman architecture, medieval castles and fantastic food.  Students were hosted by students from... Read more

Mount Doug Students at Government House

It was indeed an honour and a privilege for Holly Reist, Sophia Zhai and Nick Li who were selected to represent the Mount Douglas Leadership Program at Government House on... Read more

Red Cross Bullying Prevention Program

Congratulations to the Mount Doug students who took part in a two-day training session in Bullying Prevention through the Red Cross. They are now certified as youth facilitators. Joining them... Read more

Winter Sports Highlights

As we move into the spring and all the spring sports, it is hard to believe that we are approaching the final months of another sports year. The Winter Season,... Read more

Peer Tutoring Available Daily!

Friendly , knowledgeable Peer Tutors....everyday...any subject!  Drop by the career centre afterschool and give your grades and spirit a boost! Study support once or twice per week will make a huge... Read more

Camera Donations?

Discovered any dusty cameras recently?  We hope you have, as the Photography 11/12 classes are very much needing to build upon their current stock of film cameras that students use. We are... Read more

Athletics – Fall 2014 Sports Review

Thank you all for your contribution to the Fall Sports season.  The start of Athletics this year was a bit chaotic but once again Mount Douglas has done itself proud... Read more

Fill-the-Foyer

FILL-THE-FOYER took place at Mount Doug from December 1-12. Thanks to students, staff, parents/guardians and community members for making our food and toy drive a HUGE success.   Each Christmas, Mount Douglas adopts a school... Read more

Rainbow Tuesday

Mount Doug is a school community that values the diversity of its students, and on "Rainbow Tuesday" this was made clear in flying colours. Hosted by the Mount Doug GSA... Read more

What’s New with MD Leadership!

Mount Doug’s Leadership program has started the year off with a bang! The first day of school was Leadership’s first event and with the sidewalk adorned by welcoming chalk art,... Read more

Grad 2015 Winter Semi-Formal

Attention Grads of 2015 - Winter Semi-Formal December 12th    Place: Harbour Towers (345 Quebec Street) Ticket Price: $42.00 for Grads.   $20.00 for Guests (Dessert and Dancing) Ticket Sale Dates: December 1 -... Read more

Scholarship Results – Class of 2014

We are very proud of the Mount Doug graduating students of 2014 who had a stellar year as scholarship recipients. They received over $1,300,000 worth of Scholarship monies.  Dogwood District Awards of $1000 were... Read more

Improv Teams

Mount Doug's Improv teams are actively preparing for the Canadian Improv Games. The students will be running a fund raising demonstration event on Tuesday, December 2nd at 7:00 pm in... Read more

Passport to Education

Congratulations to our recipients of the 2013-14 Passport to Education stickers.  These awards can be applied towards tuition at accredited and designated Post Secondary Education institutions. The names of the Grade 11 recipients of... Read more

Kwantlen Science Challenge

Mount Doug will be taking a senior and two junior teams to the Kwantlen Science Challenge in Vancouver on November 28-29.  Students will compete with other secondary schools from BC in... Read more

Notes from the Mount Doug Music Department

Sunday December 7th - Mount Douglas Jazz band and choir perform at "Caroling in the Village" in Cadboro Bay Village - 6:30 - 8:30 pm Wednesday December 17th - Winter Concert featuring... Read more

Trades and Apprenticeship Parent Evening

Parents and Guardians are invited to attend a district-wide information session to hear about Trades & Apprenticeship.  It is taking place on Tuesday, December 2nd from 6:30 - 7:30 pm... Read more

BC Fruit and Vegetable Program Schedule 2014-15

Mount Doug is once again offering the BC Fruits and Vegetable Nutritional Program.  This is a Mount Doug Leadership/Ministry of Health initiative. WHY a BC School Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program? Improves... Read more

Year-Beginning Summer Information

Parents & Guardians: As we prepare for the first day of school, September 2nd, we would like to share some important information to help you and your son or daughter navigate... Read more

Anaphylaxis

Attached is an important informational letter regarding students who have a severe life-threatening allergy to peanuts. Anaphylaxis Year Beginning letter 2014... Read more

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Provincial Exam Results

Students may access their exam results and their Unofficial Transcript of Grades (UTGs) on the Student Secure Web at https://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/tsw/tsw/student/   ... Read more

Sports Review 2013-2014

As the spring season of play has just finished and the close of another school year approaches, I have the pleasure of reflecting upon another fantastic year of high school... Read more

Track & Field Provincials

Congratulations to the Mount Doug Track & Field team for a fantastic season. The Rams finished 2nd in the Lower Island Championships and 3rd at the Islands.  The 4 months of... Read more

Congratulations Mount Doug Dancers!

Mount Doug was awarded the Secondary School Dance Shield at the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival which was held May 5th to 7th at UVIC.  Congratulations to all our Mount Doug Dance... Read more

Mount Doug Strings Class

The Mount Douglas Secondary School Strings students worked extremely hard for their Spring performances.  Their first performance was held on  April 16th in the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival.  The students played... Read more

2014 South Vancouver Island Heritage Fair

Over 40 students from five different schools attended the South Vancouver Island Heritage Fair on May 5, 2014 at the Royal B.C. Museum.  Each student presented a project that had... Read more

Science Fair

Felicitations go to Mohand Khouider and Alexander Krawciw for their wins in the 53rd Vancouver Island Regional Science Fair at the University of Victoria, on April 20, 2014. [caption id="attachment_4071" align="alignright"... Read more

Leadership Students – April 2014

April was a whirling, exciting month and here is a quick recap of what Leadership students did: Helped out at the Mustard Seed and Our Place Society weekly Sold an impressive amount... Read more

Golf Tournament

Mount Doug placed 7th out of 23 teams at the two day Police Tournament!  Mike Griffin took second place overall with a blazing 74 on day one and followed it up with... Read more

Leadership Update

Leadership students are putting a focus on RAMS School Spirit this spring.  From intramurals to the Pep Rally to the Spring Dance we are delighted to see so many RAMtastic... Read more

Mount Doug SPRING Wear

Mount Doug Spring Wear is on sale from April 13th to 30th.  For more information, pictures, pricelist and descriptions, please visit...  mountdougwear.com or call Mrs. Parkinson at 250-477-6482 Extension 303. Marketing Class 2014-15    ... Read more

Math Competition Results

Mount Douglas Matheletes! Mount Douglas recently pulled off an impressive set of results on the University of Waterloo’s International math competitions for grades 9, 10, and 11 (Pascal, Cayley, and Fermat... Read more

Congratulations Mount Doug Teacher Adrian French

Mount Doug teacher Mr. Adrian French was awarded a Prime Ministers Award for Teaching Excellence.  This award acknowledges teachers who inspire their students to have a love of learning, providing a basis... Read more

Peer Tutoring – Want to Feel Successful?

Peer Tutors are available EVERYDAY afterschool in the Career Centre. Homework help, test preparation, review or conversation...we cover it all! Request a tutor on our website  http://mountdouglas.ca/webusers/pt/, drop in afterschool or contact... Read more

Congratulations to Mount Doug Teacher Ben Greene

Our congratulations to Mount Doug teacher Ben Greene, who has been nominated for the University of Chicago's Outstanding Educator Award. Each year the University invites students to nominate an educator who... Read more

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