Ponoka Secondary Campus

A poppy rests at the base of the Vimy Ridge Memorial taken during the Broncs World Tour in 2013. (File photo)

Ponoka families still waiting for refunds from cancelled Europe trip

Ponoka Secondary Campus families out thousands of dollars from cancelled Broncs World Tour

 

BREAKING: Outbreak declared at Ponoka Secondary Campus

BREAKING: Outbreak declared at Ponoka Secondary Campus

There are two confirmed cases in relation to the school as of Oct. 7

 

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VIDEO: PSC congratulates class of 2020

Ponoka Secondary Campus (PSC) posted a video on its website, psc.wolfcreek.ab.ca, on…

 

Participating coaches were: Mr. Labrie, senior girls volleyball; Mr. Baird, Broncs football; Mr. Turner, badminton; Scott Brown, senior boys basketball; Coach Chapman, senior girls basketball; Mr. McLeod, senior girls volleyball and Mrs. Amdam, JV girls volleyball. Photo submitted

PSC recognizes athletes unable to finish their seasons

Special mention to graduating Broncs players

Participating coaches were: Mr. Labrie, senior girls volleyball; Mr. Baird, Broncs football; Mr. Turner, badminton; Scott Brown, senior boys basketball; Coach Chapman, senior girls basketball; Mr. McLeod, senior girls volleyball and Mrs. Amdam, JV girls volleyball. Photo submitted
Ponoka’s bantam Broncs pose Jan. 9 during the team’s awards banquet. The big awards night highlighted the many accomplishments of the team’s most winningest season. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka’s bantam Broncs football players recognized at awards banquet

The awards banquet highlighted a season of accomplishments including a season with many wins

Ponoka’s bantam Broncs pose Jan. 9 during the team’s awards banquet. The big awards night highlighted the many accomplishments of the team’s most winningest season. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Battle of Ponoka: The first ever league basketball game for both Ponoka high schools (Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs versus St. Augustine Ponoka Kings and Queens) was a high-energy blast. Here are photos from the exciting evening Dec. 12. The Broncs girls and boys defeated St. Augustine. Full story to come.                                Photos by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTOS: Battle of Ponoka basketball action

The first ever senior high basketball league game for both Ponoka high schools was high energy

Battle of Ponoka: The first ever league basketball game for both Ponoka high schools (Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs versus St. Augustine Ponoka Kings and Queens) was a high-energy blast. Here are photos from the exciting evening Dec. 12. The Broncs girls and boys defeated St. Augustine. Full story to come.                                Photos by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Basketball Battle of Ponoka set for two high schools

Basketball Battle of Ponoka set for two high schools

Perhaps the first time ever in league, the Ponoka Broncs play against the St. Augustine Kings & Queens

Basketball Battle of Ponoka set for two high schools
Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs win against Penhold

Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs win against Penhold

The Broncs took on the Penhold Skyhawks in the first game of the season

Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs win against Penhold
Staff from then Ponoka Composite High School, pose at the second annual Santa Showdown. The fundraiser event is now in its 25th year with the money to benefit the school’s Santas Anonymous program. In the picture are (front row, l-r) Bryan Martin, Karen David, JP Desaulniers, Val Brooks, Rollie Comeau and Grant Sharp; and (back row, l-r) Lyle Krause, Neil Christiansen, Brady Teeling, Blaine Haines, Lawrence Hrycan, Bill Crawford and Ron Labrie.                                 Photo submitted

Fun events set for Ponoka Secondary Campus’ 25th Santa Showdown

This year the school is putting on several fun events including a Score-O and skate showcase

Staff from then Ponoka Composite High School, pose at the second annual Santa Showdown. The fundraiser event is now in its 25th year with the money to benefit the school’s Santas Anonymous program. In the picture are (front row, l-r) Bryan Martin, Karen David, JP Desaulniers, Val Brooks, Rollie Comeau and Grant Sharp; and (back row, l-r) Lyle Krause, Neil Christiansen, Brady Teeling, Blaine Haines, Lawrence Hrycan, Bill Crawford and Ron Labrie.                                 Photo submitted
Acknowledged for his giving and cheerful natures, PSC principal Ian Rawlinson provides Austin Kelln with the PSC Principal’s Award June 2 during commencement. All the students and faculty signed a door for Kelln.                                Photos by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Graduates set sights on the future at Ponoka campus ceremony

Students at Ponoka Secondary Campus celebrated a year of accomplishments

Acknowledged for his giving and cheerful natures, PSC principal Ian Rawlinson provides Austin Kelln with the PSC Principal’s Award June 2 during commencement. All the students and faculty signed a door for Kelln.                                Photos by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
WATCH: Ponoka Broncs boys win basketball play downs

WATCH: Ponoka Broncs boys win basketball play downs

The team heads to Wetaskiwin Wednesday night for the one-and-done playoffs

WATCH: Ponoka Broncs boys win basketball play downs
Broncs Jocelyn Wynnychuk and Taylana Gartner try to gain some ground against the Rebels finding an opening in the key before making a shot attempt on the net. The Broncs won their first game of the league.

Ponoka Broncs girls get first win in double overtime

Ponoka Secondary Campus’ senior girls had a barn-burner of a game

Broncs Jocelyn Wynnychuk and Taylana Gartner try to gain some ground against the Rebels finding an opening in the key before making a shot attempt on the net. The Broncs won their first game of the league.
Broncs’ senior girls Paisely Wilson looks for some help Dec. 19 at home against the HJ Cody Lakers. The Broncs lost 75-40.                                Story on page 16

Ponoka senior Broncs lose out to Lakers

A win was not in the cards this time around for Ponoka Secondary Campus’ Broncs basketball squads.

Broncs’ senior girls Paisely Wilson looks for some help Dec. 19 at home against the HJ Cody Lakers. The Broncs lost 75-40.                                Story on page 16
PSC students that are part of the Skate Ponoka synchronized skating team perform one of their routines as the halftime entertainment at the Santa Showdown Dec. 12. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PSC Santa Showdown succeeds due to students

Ponoka graduates bring in more than $2,000 in annual event to support Santa’s Anonymous

PSC students that are part of the Skate Ponoka synchronized skating team perform one of their routines as the halftime entertainment at the Santa Showdown Dec. 12. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
This school bus was one of two used at No Frills and IGA in Ponoka on Dec. 5 during the PSC Santa’s Anonymous Stuff-A-Bus food drive, which brought in around $2,000 worth of food and cash donations. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Donations down for Ponoka Stuff-A-Bus campaign

Annual drive for food and toys for Ponoka’s Santa’s Anonymous slow this year

This school bus was one of two used at No Frills and IGA in Ponoka on Dec. 5 during the PSC Santa’s Anonymous Stuff-A-Bus food drive, which brought in around $2,000 worth of food and cash donations. Photo by Jordie Dwyer
The Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs senior basketball squads are looking to hit the floor running, each with a good contingent of returning players. File photo

Ponoka basketball teams ready for tip-off

St. Augustine, Ponoka Secondary all looking for better things on court this season

The Ponoka Secondary Campus Broncs senior basketball squads are looking to hit the floor running, each with a good contingent of returning players. File photo
Motivational speaker Alvin Law, who has no arms, gives a rousing pep talk to students involved in an Alberta Junior High Leadership Conference at Ponoka Secondary Campus. The conference was a special 24-hour event that started Nov. 17 where junior high school leaders came together for special workshops. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

When things get rough, it’s about a change of attitude

Motivational speaker Alvin Law talks to junior high school leaders at Ponoka Secondary Campus

Motivational speaker Alvin Law, who has no arms, gives a rousing pep talk to students involved in an Alberta Junior High Leadership Conference at Ponoka Secondary Campus. The conference was a special 24-hour event that started Nov. 17 where junior high school leaders came together for special workshops. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Candles light the stage Nov. 8 during Ponoka Secondary Campus’ Remembrance Day ceremony. Watching a special video presented by students is Stephen Ferry, Warrant Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces and Ponoka RCMP Staff Sgt. Mike Numan. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka Secondary Campus students bring remembrance to the forefront

A special commemoration highlights the tragedy of way and the need to remember

Candles light the stage Nov. 8 during Ponoka Secondary Campus’ Remembrance Day ceremony. Watching a special video presented by students is Stephen Ferry, Warrant Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces and Ponoka RCMP Staff Sgt. Mike Numan. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
Ponoka student among 800 in education program

Ponoka student among 800 in education program

One Ponoka student is taking part in the SHAD advanced education program

  • Jun 21, 2017
Ponoka student among 800 in education program
Each year PSC awards athletes with a special Bronc and Athlete of the Year Award. For graduating students it’s an exciting award. Here (l-r) Jayden Hagemann receives the Senior Male Athlete of the Year Award, Leanne Wiancko for the Female Bronc of the Year, Tess Pearman for the Senior Female Athlete and Josh Parent for the Male Bronc of the Year.

PSC awards banquet celebrates a year of sports

Students at Ponoka Secondary Campus were recognized at the athletic awards banquet

Each year PSC awards athletes with a special Bronc and Athlete of the Year Award. For graduating students it’s an exciting award. Here (l-r) Jayden Hagemann receives the Senior Male Athlete of the Year Award, Leanne Wiancko for the Female Bronc of the Year, Tess Pearman for the Senior Female Athlete and Josh Parent for the Male Bronc of the Year.