Alumni News

Lancashire Crowned World Champion

Jul 13, '21

On Sunday morning, Peter Lancashire, Brentwood Grad Class of 2017, and his Canadian Men's U23 4- were crowned World Champions in Racice, Czech Republic. Since his graduation from Brentwood, Peter has been studying and rowing at the University of Washington in Seattle. Peter rowed in three seat of the 4-. Also competing for Canada were...

The Leaders of the New Online World

Mar 02, '21

Graduation is an exciting time for many people, filled with ceremonies, parties and many, MANY longer-than-socially-acceptable speeches. Luckily for the Grads of 2020, they did not have to endure the excruciating pain of these monologues, or the many tears shed as they said goodbye to the friends they may not see for many years. All jokes...

The Passion is Infectious

Dec 10, '20

The staff member who runs at least a marathon a week. The Allard RFA who could not live without her dog, or coffee. It is my honour to introduce the kind, funny, and motivating, Ms Spencer Manton. Ms Manton is a role model for many young women (and young men) at Brentwood. Her “All Hustle No Hype” mindset is what keeps her going. As a former...

Roy's Return

Aug 22, '20

Denise Roy, ‘15 who distinguished herself as a fleet-footed Brentwood rugby star on Gillespie Field as well as playing for BC and Team Canada, anticipates getting back on the pitch this fall at Trinity Western University. For more on Denise's personal and rugby journey, please see this article:...

Percillier Top Player

Aug 09, '20

William Percillier, Rogers ‘17, was named Rugby Canada’s Young Male Player of the Year this week in an online ceremony. Will, currently under contract and training with Stade Français of Paris, Captained Canada’s U20 team as well as played for the Men’s Senior National team at the Americas Rugby Championship. In accepting the award, Will...

They Never Failed to Check In: Reflections from a Mentee

Aug 07, '20

Every Brentonian around the world has a favourite part of Brentwood. Some will say it is the beautiful campus, others will speak about the supportive staff, but I believe it is the deep-rooted community that takes the cake. At the beginning of my senior year, I logged onto the Brentonian Connect platform and nervously reached out to Brentwood...

Careers Day

Mar 12, '19

Near the end of second term, Brentwood hosts Careers Day when alumni of all ages return to campus to speak about and shine a light on many different paths that are possible in university and beyond. From Hollywood set directors, to environmentalists, to social workers, Careers Day covers a wide variety of futures. “It was really inspiring to see...

Tony Carr is 80!

Jan 21, '19

Legendary Brentwood rowing coach Tony Carr turns 80 today. Tony was the Head of Rowing at Brentwood from 1964 to 2003. On Saturday afternoon he was right back where he belongs, on the waters of Mill Bay guest coaching the next generation of rowers to fill the school, university, and national team programs. Tony’s rowing resume includes 50+...

A Score of Brentonians at HOC

Oct 27, '18

There were twenty Brentonians represented at the 54th Annual Head of the Charles Regatta. Five current students and fifteen alum. The following is the list of grads, the year they graduated from Brentwood and the year graduated or graduating from their university. Greg Hughes - 1992 - Princeton University 1996. Greg is the Head Coach of the...

Bring On The Next Generation

Oct 13, '18

In 1923 Henry Pollock Hope, Brentwood’s first Headmaster, was invited by a group of Victoria businessmen to create a school for young men in Brentwood Bay in the old Brentwood Bay Hotel which is on the other side of Finlayson Arm. There were sixty boys enrolled in the first year of the school. Notice no crests on their blazers? The torch on your...

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