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Grad Info


Grad 2017 is just a few short weeks away.

Prom will be at the Hudson Bay Lodge on June 17th. Event begins at 5 p.m. Guest tickets are $60. If you are planning to take a guest date, be sure to get an invite form from the front office.

Grad photos are being held at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Bucher property, 2935 Anderson Road (top of the hill), just west of town. These are not “official” photos - rather, it is an opportunity for students and their families to take their own photos with a wide range of their friends in a lovely setting.

Parking is limited to the side of the road. Please only park on the uphill side so that other vehicles may pass.

The Commencement Ceremony will take place on June 24th at the Skating Rink. The ceremony begins at 7 p.m. but come early to get a good seat!


Our annual awards ceremony will take place on June 29th in our gym. Awards for all grades will be presented at this time.


Presentation/Exam Week Schedule


 June 19-23 will be Presentation/Exam week at SSS. Our schedule (posted below) has been adjusted to fit in all events.
You won't want to miss our Friday afternoon 'Fun Day' to wrap things up for that week. 
Our regular schedule will resume the following Monday, June 26th. Last day of school is June 29th. The end is near!!!

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Child Youth and Mental Health Services Directory

Please click the link to access a wonderful directory of all of the services available for children and youth mental health in the community. The directory has been created by the Local Action Team.

 Child Youth and Mental Health Services Directory

MyEd BC Parent Link


The parent portal will allow access to view Smithers Secondary School report cards and other information for your child (ren). Term 3 report cards will be available on April 20th.

Please click here to access the Parent Portal



Erase Bullying


Bullying...Be in the know

Simply put, bullying is a pattern of unwelcome or aggressive behaviour, often with the goal of making others uncomfortable, scared or hurt. It’s almost always used as a way of having control or power over their target, and it is often based on another person’s appearance, culture, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Every child deserves an education free from discrimination, bullying, harassment, intimidation and violence. The ERASE (Expect Respect and A Safe Education) Bullying strategy is part of the Province of British Columbia’s efforts to personalize learning and supports for all students.

Erase Bullying website   http://erasebullying.ca/index.php

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