The Brentwood Blog is written by current Brentwood students in Grades 11 and 12. Throughout the year, the blog allows readers to get a feel for life on our campus through the eyes of our students. We look forward to your feedback (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The following is a blog written by Brentwood Alumna Dani Robb, Mackenzie, 11, who was recently named to Canada’s Under 20 National Women’s Rugby Team. At Brentwood, Dani was a standout athlete in field hockey, ice hockey, and rugby. We all wish Dani the best representing our nation.
“The Nations Cup Tournament will be held in Long Eaton, Nottingham, United Kingdom from July 8th until July 22. On July 11 we take on the U.S. in our first game. On the 14th we play England and the last game before the finals will be against South Africa on July 17th. As a team, we will not be able to all train together until June 30th where we are meeting for a week in Toronto before we head to England....
Outdoor Pursuits continues to be busy this term with the wild whitewater group and the resilient rock climbing cluster. Jacob M and I were persistent in perfecting our Eskimo roll in hopes of having...[more]
The SAC Beach Party/Dance Committee would like to thank the Brentwood student body for their financial support and enthusiastic participation on Saturday. Ninety percent of the student body...[more]
3rd term rugby season was the cherry on top of a good year despite our team suffering from several injuries. We began the year with our first game against Claremont. Many players who had never played...[more]
With the sun shining and soccer balls flying in every direction, the tryouts for third term sport began. Our dedicated coaches watched each pass, shot, and touch of the ball intently, eager to create...[more]
While most houses conduct a #1 Inspection on Saturday morning, when Mr. Patel comes around for a visit, Mackenzie House opted for a thorough cleaning and casual evening with the Head of School. ...[more]
2012-2013 has been one of the most successful years in school history. Stellar academic results and impressive university placements, coupled with stunning athletic and artistic performances, have...[more]