Esquimalt High

Emily Doerksen (second from left) and students from across Canada are working on in-depth projects as part of SHAD. (File contributed)

Esquimalt High student gaining STEAM experience this summer

SHAD program offers young people opportunities to practise innovation

 

Rugby coach Tom Woods stands on the nearly 50-year-old track surrounding the playing field at Esquimalt High. Woods is part of a committee trying to secure funding for a new all-weather playing field, clubhouse and grandstand on the site. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

Esquimalt ‘field of dreams’ needs funding boost

Volunteer group hoped project could receive Township’s amenity funds, but school district owns site

 

Charlotte Hubert (left) Emma St-Denis and Erin Waddell portray Heather Duke, Heather Chandler and Heather McNamara in Esquimalt High School’s production of “Heathers: The Musical,” which winds up with three shows this week at the school theatre. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED

Esquimalt High theatre blends teen, adult themes in Heathers: The Musical

Students perform a musical dark comedy based on 1980s cult film

 

The Esquimalt Atom Smashers do maintenance on Spike, the robot they designed, engineered and built to compete in the recent B.C. Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre. The team from Esquimalt High walked away with the Rookie All Star Award, qualifying them for the World Championship next month in Houston, Texas. Arnold Lim/BLACK PRESS

Esquimalt High robotics students engineer their way to Texas

Rookie team qualifies for FIRST World Championship after breathing life into armed robot Spike

The Esquimalt Atom Smashers do maintenance on Spike, the robot they designed, engineered and built to compete in the recent B.C. Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre. The team from Esquimalt High walked away with the Rookie All Star Award, qualifying them for the World Championship next month in Houston, Texas. Arnold Lim/BLACK PRESS
Female students from Esquimalt High will get new jerseys, after a presentation to council to request funding for their athletic program was successful.                                Kristyn Anthony/                                VICTORIA NEWS

Esquimalt High’s female athletes to get new uniforms, thanks to council

An old spelling error on jerseys years ago is no longer cute, says athletic director

Female students from Esquimalt High will get new jerseys, after a presentation to council to request funding for their athletic program was successful.                                Kristyn Anthony/                                VICTORIA NEWS