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 (email@example.com)
Three years ago, Jack Windeler was a rower and a hard-working first-year student at Queen’s University. In March 2010, the promising young man tragically and unexpectedly took his own life. As the ripples of his death spread, his family began a massive movement advocating the promotion of mental health through their group, fittingly named ‘The Jack Project’. Their goal was and remains to advocate for mental health awareness to prevent suicide. From this initiative was born the Unleash the Noise Conference, the first ever student-led mental health summit in Canada.
After months of planning, the selected delegates from across the country met in Toronto, Ontario on March 15th and 16th....
The radiating heat bounces off the clean-cut fields as the rugby, soccer, and tennis players rebound off the sides of the fields and court with terrific third term vibes. Student hopes run high as...[more]
Brunch may be a weekly Sunday affair at Brentwood, but it is also one of the most awaited and celebrated events. This week’s Brunch on May 12 though, was exceptional.
Brentwood invited the...[more]
Last weekend, the Senior Girls and Boys Varsity Eights travelled to Seattle to compete at the prestigious Opening Day Regatta.
The regatta is a highly attended one, with over 300,000 people...[more]
This past Thursday May 9th and Friday May 10th the Junior Girls made the trip to the Islands Soccer Championships for the first time in four years. Earning their spot by beating long time rival...[more]
Whether you’re a morning person or not, there is something special about the morning rows at Brentwood: the crisp morning air, the reflection of the sun on the water, the feeling of breaking glass...[more]
Last Saturday the houses were quite and the classrooms were locked as the students and faculty were given a Saturday filled with sunshine and no classes!
In Brentwood Jargon, a Red Saturday....[more]