Welcome to Module de l'Acadie
Module de l’Acadie’s School Profile
What does Module de l’Acadie offer students?
- Full implementation of the Grade 7 and 8 Ontario Curriculum
- Climate that values good work and academic success.
- The school’s Code of Behaviour and Progressive Discipline program provide a useful guideline for students and helps maintain this climate.
- A French immersion experience in which Français, Mathématiques, Histoire,
Géographie, Education physique, Musique, les Arts visuels and les Arts dramatiques are taught in French
- An English Language Arts program, Science & Technology and Health all taught in English
- A rotary timetable which allows for specialized teachers
- The opportunity to begin and/or continue developing the knowledge and understanding of French cultures through our integrative and constructivists approaches
- The opportunity to gain fluency in a second language and to continue perfecting it by taking courses at Frontenac Secondary School and beyond
- The opportunity to engage in a variety of authentic and integrated learning
experiences in the Arts, in Science and Technology, and in Social Studies
- The use of secondary school facilities and the opportunity for a smooth transition to secondary school
- In the past, students have had the opportunity to participate in numerous extra-curricular activities such as athletics (cross-country, volleyball, basketball, track and field, soccer, ultimate frisbee, road racing, and touch football that compete at the District Level), student government and yearbook committee.
- The opportunity to participate in extensive out-of-school learning opportunities including:
- St-Donat ski trip (Grade 8)
- Performances, competitions, and presentations
- The outdoor education facilities and staff at the Gould Lake Centre
- SEEDS (enrichment program offered by Queen’s University)
- Science Fair
- Math Contests
We work with numerous Partners in Learning including Frontenac Secondary School, Queen’s University,, KFL&A Health Unit, Prevention Awareness for Life team, Perspectives team, DuPont, Kingston and Area School to Employment Council, Ontario Arts Council, and the Limestone Learning Foundation.
We also offer an instrumental music program. Acadie students choose an instrument, learn to play it and become members of our bands/orchestra. Skills learned by the students should leave them well-prepared for the award-winning music program at Frontenac Secondary School.
We provide an opportunity to develop time-management and organizational skills. Each student at Acadie is expected to have a daily planner/agenda. The agenda also facilitates communication between home and school.
Our location within Frontenac Secondary School provides students with access to:
- a full gymnasium for gym classes, sports tournaments, and dances
- the drama room for various activities
- the cafeteria for lunch
- the resource centre - FSS personnel and student expertise (i.e., peer-coaches, peer-tutors,