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Privett House Life With A Roommate

Nov 16, '19

Life is different when sharing your personal space with a stranger, especially when it's your first time living away from the comforts of home. In this article I’m going to share with you what life is like in Privett House and the person I’ve come to call my roommate. our room is smaller than my own bedroom - but this one I have to share....

Family Love, Allard Style

Nov 16, '19

Allard House. When I think of Allard House the first thing that comes to my mind is family. The people of Allard have become my family away from home. Everyone is so close and we all truly care about each other. One way we are able to maintain such a close relationship is through our Big-Little Sister groups. Each group consists of one junior...

Remembrance Day Address

Nov 15, '19

As you filed into the Killy Theatre, you would have seen one of our most treasured archival pieces from the old chapel in Brentwood Bay. This Honour Roll displays every Brentonian that served during World War II, with the center reserved for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Later in this service, those names will be read out by three of our...

Oak Bay High British Parliamentary Pizza Debate

Nov 15, '19

To the casual observer, high school debate is a seemingly random cacophony of bellicose bluster and interruption; however, there are actually about 10 styles of debate that pervade Canadian debate tournaments. On November 12, 14 Brentwood students had the chance to experience the Fuller British Parliamentary style debate, a four vs four...

Uni Tour 2019

Nov 14, '19

During this year’s November midterm break, thirty-seven Brentwood students were given the fortunate opportunity to visit many of Canada’s eastern universities. Stopping in three different provinces, this cross-continental journey gave students the chance to get up-close and personal with many different schools that Brentwood students frequently...

Lest We Forget

Nov 14, '19

Once every year, on November eleventh, we wear a poppy over our hearts. The poppies are the same color as the poppies that grew in Flanders Fields, between the graves of our soldiers, the color of the blood spilled during the war, to adorn left sides of our blazers. Remembrance Day is a somber holiday, recognized across Canada as the time to...

Athletic Therapy

Nov 13, '19

One of the many things I have learned at Brentwood College School: don’t jump on uneven ground or you may end up with a lower body injury. If this happens to you and you end up with a broken ankle as I did, you will probably get placed in the sports rehab program. That’s what happened to me after working out in the gymnasium. On my way back to...

Parent Teacher Interviews

Nov 13, '19

Over the past three weeks, students and parents participated in our annual Parent Teacher Interviews where parents met with teachers in person or on Skype. Through these 10 minute interviews, the faculty were able to reflect on the student’s progress throughout the course and provide feedback to improve their performance in class. November 9...

Hope House Halloween

Nov 12, '19

Halloween is a very foreign thing for me - well at least the level of excitement around it at Brentwood. I’m Australian. Students at Brentwood participate in many activities during the week leading up to Halloween known as Fright Week. Pumpkin carving, Orange and Black day, scary movies, Halloween costume contests and many other activities are put...

Back to Back Mid-Island Champs

Nov 12, '19

This past Tuesday our Jr Girls A and B Volleyball teams competed at the Mid-Island Championships right on their home court. The girls started out their Tuesday with an exciting game against each other! “A” team took home the first set, however, the “B” team did not give up and battled right until the end taking the second set. The game went...

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