Expect several fun activities coordinated by student leadership this year with spirit events, pep rallies, dances and dress up days. As well, there will be fund raising events to support community and global organizations like “Live to Give” in which Yale raised over $ 18,000 for Free the Children.

Make your time at Yale memorable by participating in fun events that support not only your school but also your community and even the world. SHOW YOUR SPIRIT YALIENS! JOIN THE FUN AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Doug Primrose, Leadership Teacher


Course Description:

The goal of leadership is to develop your communication, organization, planning, and employment skills. Students will be putting their skills in motion through developing and promoting events within the school and volunteering in the community.

Class Expectations

Leadership is a fast paced course with a great deal of participation and teamwork by students.  To ensure success in this course, students must come prepared to class each and have a positive attitude!

Required Student Supplies

  • None


It is the student’s responsibility to obtain work missed. Missed work needs to be handed in immediately. The assignments are usually done in teams, so regular attendance is a must!

Course Evaluation

Assignments/Quizzes 20%                                Term 1 40%

Spirit Activity 30%                                             Term 2 40%

Community and School Service 30%                  Final Exam 20% (Canada Day In May)

Attendance/Participation 10%

Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC)

Every year grade 11 Yale Leadership students attend the CSLC conference. There are students from across Canada at this conference. The students listen to keynote speakers, attend workshops, learn about the host cities culture, and meet many new friends! Students apply to attend this conference in grade 10.