The Board of Directors of Little Flower Academy are excited to announce the search for an inaugural President to lead the school going forward. This is a new position at LFA and is in response to the demands of a leading independent school and as a reflection of the best practices of independent Catholic schools across Canada. Working closely with the Principal, the President will be accountable for the vision, leadership, advancement, financial stewardship, planning and external relations of the School. Due to the nature and importance of the appointment, LFA has engaged Odgers Berndtson to conduct a national search. Information on the application can be found on the Odgers Berndtson website.
LFA’s field hockey Angels miss out on a Provincial Championship by the narrowest of margins, losing in a shoot-out to host SMUS. On the back of an extraordinary team effort, LFA will take solace in a well-earned second place at the AA Field Hockey Provincial Championships in Victoria last week.
LFA Alum, Josette Jorge '01 begins a 10 day run at the Historic Theatre today in the new production, "Bad Parent", from the mind of Ins Choi - the creator of the hit CBC sitcom and play Kim’s Convenience.
As part of the screening of Kat Jayme's The Grizzlie Truth, former players are coming to Vancouver for a public reunion event, their first gathering here in 20 years.
Among the expected attendees are Kat, former NBA players Steve Francis, Antonio Harvey, George Lynch and Tony Massenburg, plus the original Grizzlies Extreme Dance team, the mascot Grizz and announcer Al Murdoch.
LFA Alumna and director of the sensational documentary 'Finding Big Country', Kat Jayme '06 is proud to showcase her follow-up feature, 'The Grizzlie Truth'. In her new film, Kat embarks on the mission of finding out who robbed us of the Vancouver Grizzlies?
With school coming quickly, there's lots to keep track of. From the first week of school itinerary to big homecoming events (like the Welcome Back BBQ) to that school supply list that has been sitting in the "to do" pile since July... we've put all that information into an email sent to parents... and we've got a copy for you here: Back to School email.
LFA's dedicated Model UN team attended their first in-person conference in two years at the Vancouver Model United Nations hosted at the Hyatt Regency Hotel from April 21-23. Audrey Foy '22 recounts the team's exciting experience.
Congratulations to our Junior Public speaking team who excelled at the recent Provincial competition. Our very own Raine Gurton was awarded the top overall score to become BC's number one speaker in the tournament! Raine will go on to Nationals along with Kristina Bedford who'll be there as an alternate.
Prepare yourself for a dazzling production of one of the most enduring musicals of the 80's, Footloose! LFA and Vancouver College will be collaborating to produce the stage adaptation of Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie's iconic musical.
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) and the Sisters of St. Ann (SSA) have announced a new working relationship to access the SSA’s records, including those that relate to teaching and support roles in residential schools.
Parents of Grade 10, 11 and 12 students are invited. Corpus Christi College will have a presentation starting at 5:30 pm. Following the presentation, parents of Grade 10 and 11 students will learn about the BC Ministry of Education and Child Care graduation program requirements. Grade 12 students will have a special presentation on LFA's graduation activities.