General news and announcements

Bring Awareness to Bullying

Bullying is an issue in our schools, workplaces, homes, and over the Internet. On February 26, 2014, wear something pink to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying anywhere.

This idea comes from two incredible Nova Scotia high school students. Here is a snippet of the Globe and Mail article which inspired pink shirt days across Canada:

Secondary Showcase Evenings

The Saanich School District is pleased to invite students, parents and community members to our Secondary Showcase Evenings.

4 day Outdoor Education Trip on the Sayward Lakes

Outdoor place based education is part of the culture at Stelly's Secondary. The Outdoor Pursuits classes from Stelly's have taken many trips in its 35 year history. Destinations on Vancouver Island have included the Juan de Fuca Trail and Cape Scott, but the main two that Stelly's chooses to focus on are the Sayward Lakes and the West Coast Trail/Nitinat Triangle. Both trips involve hiking and canoeing in the beautiful, rugged and, in some cases, very isolated outdoors.

Introducing openStudent

openStudent is a community-driven collaborative project by BC schools for BC schools.

Global Perspectives at Stelly's Secondary

This is the third year that Stelly's has been helping the village of Mankhu. Two years ago, it helped purchase land for a abused women in the Himalayas. Last March, 29 Grade 12 students from Stelly's traveled to Nepal to help build a shelter. By filling earthbags with dirt, flatting them into rectangles and connecting them with barbed wire, the students helped construct a 1200 square feet building with rooms for four families.