• What a Great Year!

    I’m Rici and I’m from Germany. I’m so happy that I had the chance to come to Fort St. John! I met so many new people and I made so many new friends. Fort St. John is like my second home now. I had the chance to travel lots due to soccer and it was […]

  • Winter Fest

    There is a big weekend coming up with lots to do!

  • Camp Cameron Wilderness Adventure!

    Students had a chance to visit and stay overnight at Camp Cameron, School District 60’s very own outdoor education centre.  It was a great opportunity to make new friends and have new experiences in the Canadian outdoors.      

  • Robotics Team wins 5th at Skills Canada National Competition!

    Congratulations to Jacob Vanvolkenburg and Liam Stregger for placing 5th overall in Robotics at Skills Canada! They competed against teams from across Canada in Edmonton this week with a robot they programmed, designed and built. The Robotics program at North Peace Secondary School is taught by tireless Mr. Churchill, and incorporates math, physics, computer engineering, […]

  • Blueberry First Nations students create music video!

      SONG CREDITS: Trinity Desjarlais, T.J Sochan, Nikita Apsassin, Douglas Apsassin, Tichia Davis, Charlie Yahey & Remington Davis. Youths from Blueberry River First Nations with the help of Sage Birley collaborated with N’we Jinan, a music and video studio to create the music video ‘Where Happiness Dwells’. They were featured on Alaska Highway News and […]

  • Christmas Band Concert

    The Christmas Band Concert will be at the Cultural Centre this Thursday, November 30.  The event starts at 6:30 with the Beginning Band, and then continues at 7:00 with the Grade 7 band, with the Senior Band playing at approximately 7:30.  The Senior Band will be playing music from Les Miserables, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and more!

  • Find Your Fit!

      Nov 30, 2017 ~ Work BC’s Find Your Fit tour stopped in Fort St. John this week. This event showcases working men and women who do the daily work in occupations students may have an interest in and is an opportunity to have kids visit and chat. Students can gather information from post-secondary representatives […]

  • How are things going in Peace River?

    Well, I’m doing really good. I consider myself really lucky to have my host family, since they treat me as one more of the family and are really nice and open; I feel like I can talk to them if there is something wrong or to ask for help. I find North Peace Secondary really […]