Mr. Enes Kula, Director of Growth and Transition Capital at Business Development Bank of Canada will address Nile Academy students on Thursday, February 5th, 2015 at 11am. He will be talking to our students about career planning.
We will be having our first curriculum night of the year on Thursday, February 5th, 2015. We look forward to seeing our students’ parents from 5pm to 7pm.
Turkey’s prestigious Ipek University will be on hand at Nile Academy on Friday, December 30th, 2015. They will be making a presentation to our 11th and 12th graders. Students, come prepared with your questions.
Author Demir Delen will talk to Plunkett students about the so-called Armenian Genocide.
Nile Academy’s wrestling team will be traveling to Ottawa to compete in the National Capital Wrestling Festival on Saturday, January 17th, 2015. Here is the complete line-up: Last Name First Name Age Category Actual Weight Weight Category 1 ORAL BERKAY CADET 45 46 2 ERYILMAZ ARDA CADET 69 69 3 ALPERSOY ATALAY CADET 54 […]
Friday, January 30th, Mr. Demir Delen spoke to Plunkett students about the “Armenian Genocide”. Mr. Delen focused in particular on his own research into the subject which illustrates that by and large what has been widely accepted as genocide was in fact something else. The lecture was attended by all the students of Nile Academy […]CONTINUE READING →
On Saturday, January 17th, 2015, Nile Academy Leopards competed at the 2015 National Capital Wrestling Festival on Saturday, hosted by St. Patrick’s Catholic High School and National Capital Wrestling Club. Our wrestlers won 5 medals altogether: 2 gold and 2 bronze and one silver. Here are the complete results for our athletes: Last Name First […]CONTINUE READING →
Nile Academy Plunkett Leopards competed at the K-Bay & Barrie Wrestling Tournament, hosted by Bear Creek Secondary School and Kempenfelt Bay Athletic Club on Saturday, January 10th, 2015. All in all we got five medals, 3 bronze, 1 gold and 1 silver. We congratulate our students and their coach Mr. Kaya and commend them for their […]CONTINUE READING →
Students from our dorm went on a camping trip over the winter break to Bluewater, ON Canada.CONTINUE READING →
In the spirit of the holidays and sportsmanship, Nile Academy Plunkett students took part in a Gaming for Charity event right here on campus. The big finale is today. Students are playing each other in a wide-array of games. Each student pays $1 for a chance to get out of class and play a video game. […]CONTINUE READING →