Golf is a third term sport and played primarily at the Cowichan Golf Club located a quick 15 minutes from campus. It is open to all students from beginners to scratch golfers. The club offers players the opportunity to embark on a beginners program to learn the game and develop the required fundamentals. More experienced players enhance their skills under the watchful gaze of coach Mr. Neil Robinson. Top players form our competitive team and represent the school at the annual ISA Tournament and in zone qualifiers for the BC Provincial Championships.
The Brentwood team finishes the season with The John Garvey Cup: A student versus teacher Ryder Cup style event, which this past year was won by the staff, and The Soukop Championship: school tournament for top male and female golfer.
B.A., B,.Ed., M.A. (Calgary) Social Studies, Hockey, Metamorphosis 9
Having grown up in the mountains of eastern British Columbia without much television to speak of, Mr. Robinson is drawn to the great outdoors at every opportunity. After completing high school he ventured to the University of Calgary to complete several degrees including his Master's Degree which was focused in the area of gifted and talented learning. He has a passion for all things athletic and particularly enjoys golf, soccer, volleyball, and hockey. Mr. Robinson's passions can be found in human rights, volunteerism, and travel. In a perfect world, he'd like to do all three at the same time. It comes as no surprise then, that he lead Brentwood's inaugural Service Learning trip to Peru and to grew our relationship with Mosqoy, a non-profit organization that focuses its resources in promoting the success of marginalized indigenous peoples from the Sacred Valley.
B.Sc., B.Ed. (University of Manitoba), Mathematics, Basketball
Growing up in Roblin, Manitoba, Jordan Warner played a variety of sports in his youth, with his main focus on hockey and baseball. After graduating from high school as one of the top scholar/athletes in Manitoba, he obtained both his Bachelor of Science (Math and Physics) and Bachelor of Education with distinction from the University of Manitoba. It was during this time that he met his future wife. After a summer of teaching kindergarten in Thailand, Mr. Warner and his wife came to Brentwood to teach mathematics and coach basketball. A former assistant houseparent of Rogers House, Mr. Warner currently lives with his wife in Alexandra House.