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Bears on the Big Screen

May 07, '19

The Brentwood Environmental Action Team organized a trip to Victoria just before Spring Break to see a showing of The Great Bear Rainforest which is an enlightening film that follows many animals in the last temperate rainforest. Since the film had many rave reviews, many other classes organized a second trip to the IMAX cinema for students or...

Asian Invasion at Regatta

May 01, '19

Every year, a popular attraction at the annual Brentwood Regatta is the entre booths. Entrepreneurship 12, a course taught by Mr. Branchflower, gives students the opportunity to put together a food service business and operate it at the Regatta where they treat the guests and school to a variety of food choices. A popular booth this year was...

A Spectator Event

Apr 28, '19

The Annual Brentwood Regatta is a renowned event that brings together people from all corners of the globe for a weekend to celebrate the incredible sport of rowing. This year, Brentwood was proud to host Regatta for the 49th year in a row, and welcomed coaches, athletes, and spectators to our oceanfront campus for some great racing....

Regatta's Gourmet Grind

Apr 26, '19

Today at Brentwood College School, we are kicking off the 49th Annual Brentwood Regatta! This exciting event features live music, including sets from Brentwood students, a weekend of impressive rowing competition between international rowing clubs, and, of course, an extensive variety of cuisine created by the chefs of this year’s Entrepreneurship...

Brentwood’s Regatta Sonnet

Apr 26, '19

The 49th Annual Brentwood Regatta begins this afternoon and at this moment our students sit on the knife edge between the final academic class and an exciting weekend of rowing, guests, food, music, alumni and more. Mr Ganley’s Lit 12 class has recently been studying sonnets: Shakespeare’s “When in Disgrace”, Wordsworth’s “The World is Too Much...

Guitar Ensemble at the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival

Apr 20, '19

The experience of the guitar ensemble at the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival on April 17th 2019 was a good one. The time of the bus ride coming back may have been a bit inconvenient considering it was rush hour, but it wasn’t that much of a delay and we were provided with more than enough food on the bus. As for the festival itself,...

Comparative Government 12AP

Apr 06, '19

AP Comparative Government 12 There is an endless combination of classes that students can take at Brentwood, but one of my personal favourites is the Comparative Government 12AP course, taught by Mr Wismer. CompGov takes the basic theories of politics and government, such as types of voting, media, and how citizens can be connected to their...

The Adventure of Literature 12AP

Mar 29, '19

In the world of Literature 12AP, we students are given an opportunity to receive credit for English 12, Literature 12, and Literature 12AP all in one course. While the course dives into the worlds and works of Beowulf, Chaucer, and Shakespeare, preparation for the May AP exam is also a focus of the class. For every poem, short story or essay...

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...

Blind Date With a Book

Feb 21, '19

Valentine’s Day isn’t everybody’s favourite day of the year. Some people greet February 14th with love and excitement, while others despise its arrival, and can’t wait for it to end. As a kid, Valentine’s Day was happy and stress-free, but as you get older, the connotation of the day, as well as its expectations, begin to change. This is why Ms...

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