Associations & Partnerships
The Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts, MCPA, comprises a Music Department of 22 instruments and voice, a Dance Department, and the most recent addition, an Opera Department. In addition to providing instruction to students for whom performing arts is a life enhancement, MCPA also provides intensive education and training to music and dance, as well as ballet for students who aspire to professional careers. To this end, MCPA offers junior and senior diploma programs in these areas, admission to which is by audition.
The Dalplex is the physical fitness and recreation facility for Dalhousie University. It also offers classes in all areas of fitness. KVA students use this facility to complete their physical education requirements.
Gold Lake Consultants is the company that is responsible for developing the GoldlakeSM Program, a new educational model implemented at King's View Academy. It is responsible for the teacher training, curriculum development, and student evaluation.
World of Languages and Fine Arts is a community-based program that offers instruction in French, English and other languages, as well as courses in fine arts.
Designed for children, youth and adults, these courses are taught by qualified instructors in a creative, nurturing setting. The program is offered in collaboration with King’s View Academy, located in downtown Halifax.
Mad Science is a summer school program for children from 3-12 years old. The workshops complement the school science program while increasing scientific literacy. They have a new collaboration recently established with NASA.
Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC) gives high-achieving students aged 15-18 a greater understanding of their roles as global ambassadors while analyzing concepts surrounding communications, diplomacy, law, human rights, peace, security, economics and the role of the United Nations. Students return home from GYLC with a greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities as citizens and future leaders in an international community.
Congressional Youth Leadership Council (CYLC) program scholars represent the upper echelon of today’s youth in both academic performance and community leadership. Each student is selected for nomination based upon academic achievement or classroom surveys, as well as by distinguished educators, mentors or CYLC program alumni, ensuring that every participant possesses the drive and determination to emerge as a future and world leader.
Congressional Student Leadership Conference sponsored
by LeadAmerica Foundation With a commitment to youth and excellence in leadership education that dates back more than 18 years, the LeadAmerica Foundation has enriched the lives of thousands of young leaders. Each year, thousands of outstanding students from every state in the United States and more than 51 countries attend LeadAmerica conferences and gain skills that will help them along the road toward a successful and rewarding life of leadership and service.