We know that words without actions are meaningless.
We know that actions without understanding are empty.
We know that inaction is impossible.
"We do not go where the path may lead.
We go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Advanced Student Leadership invests in and positions young people to be the generators of ripples to better their world coming forth from Laval, Quebec, Canada.
This website is a work space for Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board student leaders from grade 5 to grade 11 in our school community.
We are building connections to enhance the Leadership IQ, support their teams, engage in active volunteerism, and to foster collaboration.
On this site you will find:
- Information about Advanced Student Leadership
- LIVE events, seminars, conferences and videos (just click the event on the Home page to join a live event)
- Elementary and high school working group documents, schedules, projects, field trip forms and events
- Model The Way: Mentoring, Citizenship, Volunteerism, Trips and Camps, Alumni
- Links to our social media accounts and online campaigns
- and much, much more...
FEB 1-3, 2018 CRC ROBOTICS COMPETITION
9th ANNUAL HOCKEY DAY IN LAVAL - More information is coming in January 2018.
FEBRUARY 12, 23, 24, 2018
- RSEQ ball hockey tournament @ LJA
OUTDOOR ICE HOCKEY @ LSA
- Minor Hockey (Laval and Montreal)
- Frozen Four - elementary school ice hockey games
- Laval Junior and Senior Academy games
- Soldiers and alumni (Alberta, Ontario, Quebec - 3PPCLI vs 4R22R)
- Ringette (students)
- Sledge (students)
"The Advanced Student Leadership (ASL) program has been a part of me for the last number of years. The program has been a very important part of my personal and professional life.
As a Human Resources professional part of my responsibilities is interviewing candidates for vacant positions. At times, the need of the organization is to find eager, bright and talented young leaders that will learn, develop and grow. These candidates arise from their successful completion of post-secondary education and are generally graduates from the private-sector secondary school system.
The ASL program at Laval Senior Academy (LSA) directly competes with these private-sector schools and in many cases surpasses them. The life-skills that the ASL Alumni have gained provide them with an upper hand in the very competitive post-secondary education system.
In my private life, I have been a parent-volunteer to this program while my daughter attended LSA (Laval Liberty High School at that time) and even though my daughter graduated a few years ago, I remained part of the ASL family but now as a Consultant/Mentor. The life experiences that I have been exposed to though my association with the ASL is beyond words. To be able to be part of a family of so many great individuals with a common thread (developing our youth to become exceptional leaders) has been, and continues to be, an incredible feeling of accomplishment. I am forever grateful to the ASL family."