RoboSapiens 5699 York University & Western University Event

By: Sherry Yuan Team 5699 is made up of a group of passionate and diverse people, students have career goals that are not related to robotics, some want to pursue art, some want to pursue medical science. You might think joining robotics team needs a lot of knowledge. However, you don’t. What matters is passion, commitment, contribution and willingness to learn. Our team started from … Continue reading RoboSapiens 5699 York University & Western University Event

Exclusive: Spirit Week Events Announced

Spirit Week is next week! Here is everything The Golden Falcon knows about Spirit Week: Monday, September 25th Club Fair at lunch in the courtyard Tuesday, September 26th Athletic Council Activity (to be determined) Wednesday, September 27th Music Directorate Activity (to be determined) Tropical Day Thursday, September 28th Terry Fox Run in the morning Student council Activity at lunch in the foyer Blue and Gold … Continue reading Exclusive: Spirit Week Events Announced

Ultimate Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee – The only sport where no Ref is needed! Ultimate Frisbee was brought to FHCI by Mr. Kleiman who believed that it was different than any other sport. Although it is a fast paced, non-contact sport game with features from soccer, basketball, and American football, while all these sports require the assistance of a referee, ultimate relies upon the spirit and sportsmanship of … Continue reading Ultimate Frisbee

Science Club

Here is a blurb from the student leaders of Science Club: The Science Club offers students amazing opportunities to participate in numerous scientific experiments and discussions that will further enhance their understanding of the world of science. The club gives passionate students a chance to extend their knowledge about science and to look deeper into the reasoning behind every result. Our goal is to take … Continue reading Science Club

Math Club

Here is a small blurb from president Denis Qeska: Math club is a positive place where members can enrich their experience in math through theoretical, abstract problems. The purpose is to encourage and develop critical thinking and problem solving skills through “math experiences”. We hope our fun experiences will spark a curiosity in math-magic. Unlike a circle, our club has a point.   Continue reading Math Club