All school Facilities are located on our 49-acre oceanfront campus. A full complement of modern buildings are available to facilitate teaching in academics, athletics and arts. The new Art and Mary Jane Crooks Hall provides students with a one stop shop for food, laundry, supplies and socializing. The T. Gil Bunch Centre hosts a full schedule of performances from our arts students and is also host to many local shows and seminars. The Woodward sportsplex with surrounding fields and tennis courts gives our athletes world class facilities to practice and compete.
The Academic Centre is a modern three-story facility with SMARTBoard-equipped classrooms, an expanded library, administrative and counselling offices, an art gallery, and exhibition spaces. The classrooms are designed to form distinct teaching areas and include six fully appointed science laboratories, two computer instruction centres, an audiovisual language laboratory, and separate studios for pottery, sculpture, photography, painting, and drawing. This building also has raked lecture theatre, which is equipped for mixed-media presentations, also serves as a recital room and recording facility.
T. Gil Bunch Centre
Our 28,000-square-foot performing arts centre which hosts a 431-seat theatre, dance studio, media arts room, lighting and audio control room, music facilities, centre for business and other supporting amenities is the focal point of Brentwood’s performance programmes. Built in 2003, this state of the art venue showcases both our own students' creative talents, expressed through word, music, and dance, and those of visiting performers, local and international.
Centre for Art and Humanities
Brentwood is very excited about its latest building: the Centre for Art and Humanities. This spectacular building is a breathtaking addition to our campus. Situated directly south of the W.T. Ross Academic building and only meters from the ocean, this building hosts both academic and visual arts programmes –integrating the latest technologies and sustainability designs available.
Athletic facilities include a world-class boathouse (crew), an indoor rowing tank, 7 sports fields, 8 tennis courts, an outdoor basketball court, and a modern sportsplex with a gymnasium, weight rooms, and squash courts. These facilities are augmented by a sheltered oceanfront and the spectacular natural environment of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Brentwood has one of Canada's only high school indoor rowing tanks. The indoor rowing tank and ergometer room sit right next to Brentwood's world class, 3 bay boathouse; the entire facility would rival any university. Brentwood has more than fifty racing shells, from singles to eights, for use by students. The rowing club equipment, in addition to the motorboats and waterfront facilities, are maintained by a full-time professional boatman.
Student Services Centre
The Art and Mary Jane Crooks Hall is a one stop shop for the bulk of our student services on campus. This building is home to the Dining Hall, Campus Store, Laundry services and Student Centre where students can relax and socialize with their peers. Crooks Hall was the recipient of two prestigious awards: the Judges’ Choice Award for best overall entry and the Excellence Award in the Institutional category. Awaiting the final paperwork for certification as a LEEDS (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold Standard building, Crooks Hall is a state of the art green project, recognized as “one of the smartest buildings” in North America featuring a geothermal system linked with the ocean, a grey water recovery system and automatic lighting controls.
Brentwood Centre for High Performance
The Brentwood Centre for High Performance is a high-performance training facility designed to aid our student-athletes to achieve their personal athletic aspirations as well as help those students who are beginning their journey on the quest for life-long health. With this in mind, the centre is staffed with distinctly qualified strength coaches who have amassed over twenty years of cumulative strength coaching experience and who emphasize a functional approach to strength and conditioning.
Once personal goals and needs have been established, each student athlete is provided with targeted, science based, sport-specific periodized programmes which are designed to enable each student-athlete to maximize his or her own unique potential.