Category Archives: Events

Lester B. Pearson High School 25th Anniversary!!!

Lester B. Pearson High School would like to invite all alumni and former staff to a celebration of our first 25 years! The event will take place at LBPHS on Friday, April 7, from 12:30-2:30PM. The event will include entertainment, food and time to mingle with fellow attendees.

If you are alumni of the school who has previously attended or a former staff member, please register at the link below:

Also, please link to your Facebook and twitter account if you have contact with other alumni or former staff. Thanks and let me know if you have any questions.

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IB Visual Art Show 2017

Room: 1126

March 13th – 14th all day

March 15th close at 12:50pm

Artists in attendance

Opening Reception: Monday, 13th March, 6 – 7:30pm

*Celebrate with the artists at the reception: snacks and conversation!

*Join us in 1126 during school hours!

Perspective – a Junior Achievement Student Venture Company

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Perspective is a Junior Achievement student venture company, with students from Both Lester B Pearson High School and Crescent Heights High school. This year they created a Virtual reality headset, where by adding your cell phone to the headset allows you to immerse yourself in the world of VR.

Perspective has been working very hard and would like to invite you to come check out their company and all the other Junior achievement companies February 11 at Cross Iron Mills Mall from 10 am to 9 pm ( by the food court).

Please also check out our Twitter account, @JAPerspective and check out our retweets from Dragon Den Dragons, Brett Wilson and Arlene Dickinson as well as our Mayor N. Nenshi.

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Science Fair



Two teams, made of ten students, competed at a city wide competition at the University of Calgary on April 9th. Both of our teams earned gold level for the make ahead event of wind powered vehicles. One of our teams actually achieved the furthest distance! 108 ft when the vehicle only needed to travel 30 ft to achieve gold level. The other two events involved computer programming with raspberry PI’s and solving a simulated CSI case. Our teams achieved silver and bronze level overall.