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Senior School Student Leadership Conference

CAIS believes looking beyond ourselves allows us to appreciate our differences and become stronger as a collective. We seek new ideas, promote diversity and lead in a changing world.
 

2024 Senior School Student Leadership Conference RECAP

Hosted at Bishop’s College School, Sherbrooke, QC, April 17-21, 2024

Highlights:

The 2024 CAIS Senior School Leadership Conference at Bishop’s College School in Sherbrooke, QC, was a resounding success, bringing together student leaders and advisors from across Canada for a transformative experience. Here are some highlights:

  • Focus on Leadership: The conference aimed to build students’ knowledge and understanding of themselves as leaders, develop leadership competencies, and foster a sense of togetherness and belonging in school communities.

  • Student-Led Experience: With a team of student directors from Bishop’s College School at the helm, the conference was meticulously planned to cater to the needs and interests of student participants.

  • Engaging Activities: From keynote speakers to workshops and outdoor adventures, participants were immersed in a variety of activities designed to challenge and inspire them to become effective leaders in their schools and communities.

  • Reflection and Action: Essential reflection activities and debrief sessions allowed students and advisors to map out key takeaways and action items to bring back to their schools.

Gratitude:

We extend our sincere gratitude to Bishop’s College School for their warm hospitality and unwavering support in hosting the conference. Their dedication to creating a welcoming environment for all participants contributed significantly to the success of the event.

Additionally, we express our appreciation to the student directors and planning committee for their hard work and dedication in organizing an enriching experience for everyone involved.

 

Planning Committee:

Kayla Blackmore (Rothesay Netherwood School)
Gareth Jones (Stratford Hall School)
Danielle Lecuyer (Miss Edgar's & Miss Cramp's School)
Wes Plater (Queen Margaret's School)
Rebecca Powell (St. John's-Ravenscourt School)
Courtney Prieur (Selwyn House School)
Dave Stewart (St. Andrew's College)

2024 Conference Hosts:

Chris Merritt (Bishops College School)
Julie Lowrie (Bishops College School)

 

We also extend our thanks to all the advisors, students, and participating schools for their enthusiastic participation and commitment to leadership development.

Looking Ahead:

As we reflect on the success of the 2024 conference, we look forward to future CAIS Senior School Leadership Conferences. We remain committed to providing transformative experiences that empower student leaders to make a positive impact in their schools and communities.

For questions, contact Jo-Anne Kingstone at jkingstone@cais.ca.