Welcome to the Burnaby North Secondary Alumni Connections page!
The Burnaby North Alumni Connections team strives to connect the past with the present and help build a brighter future. By keeping connections with past graduates of Burnaby North and bringing them together with the current students, we hope to build a strong network within the community. As the Alumni Connections team, we hope keep graduates informed of news at our school through newsletters and events. We strive to provide alumni with plenty of opportunities to get involved and give back to the Burnaby North community.
- Class of 1968 50th Reunion — We are holding a three day event June 15-17, 2018. Contact George Greenwood (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
If you are the contact person for your reunion and would like to post information on the BNSS website please send the details of the event to the webmaster at Jennifer.Cowley@burnabyschools.ca
Help current BNS students connect with the ‘real world’ after graduation. Assist students with questions about schools and careers. Join Project Connect!
Check out the Project Connect introduction tutorial:
If you would like to make a cash donation to the district, you can donate online and receive an instant tax receipt. If your donation is intended for a specific school or project, make sure to note that in the online form and to notify the school adminstrator or project coordinator.
If you would like to donate equipment, please contact the school directly at 604-296-6875 to see what, if anything, we are currently accepting.
Thank you for your continued support!
As part of Grade 12 graduation requirements students must participate in an ten-minute exit interview. Students reflect on their experiences in high school and also describe their future plans. The process provides students with the rare opportunity to practise their interview skills and receive constructive feedback.
Interviewers come from all segments of the community: parents, alumni, retired teachers, local employers etc. No experience is necessary. A list of interview questions is provided, however interviewers are free to use their life experience to direct the interview as they see fit.
Interviews last approximately ten minutes and typically interviewers will meet 10-12 students during the morning session. The time commitment is 8.15 – 12.00 and refreshments, snacks, and lunch will be provided.
Every year we receive very favourable feedback on the day. Interviews unanimously report enjoying the experience and welcoming the opportunity to see students in a positive light.
If you are interested in volunteering your time please e-mail email@example.com or phone the school (604-296-6875).