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Debate 2018

Jul 27, '18

From the Acropolis to the Big Apple, and various locations here in Canada, Debate has truly shone this year. The club participated in numerous tournaments, all of which included outstanding performances and many victories. A group of talented students travelled to Greece to participate in the World Scholars Cup Global Round. This highlighted...

The Ones Who Enjoy Holding Unto History

Jul 14, '18

Traditional film photography should have died years ago. It could have gone extinct in 1995 when the first digital camera was released by Kodak, but surprisingly, it didn’t. The flawless idea Nikon, Kodak, Canon and many other camera companies had about digital cameras was just another human invention. They thought it would be another astute...

Concert for a Summer’s Eve

Jun 27, '18

Every year, as the school year draws to a close, a final concert is held to showcase the incredible musical and performing art talent that Brentwood possesses. The Concert for a Summer’s Eve is a highly anticipated event and this year was no different. There were two shows, open to both members of the school, as well as the public, and both were...

A Spectacular Evening

Jun 19, '18

Concert for a Summer’s Eve is an annual Brentwood tradition where performers from every group and every grade put on a performance for the student body to finish off the year. For the Grade 12s, this is their last performance at Brentwood, making it very special. Francis V, Ellis ‘18 was one of the acts that will be leaving us this year; he...

The Rewards of Woodworking

Jun 17, '18

Arts are important to everyone, as there are many facets to the world of art, from theatre, to culinary, to visual or creative arts. Everyone loves to look at, or create amazing art. One area of art that is visually able to amaze viewers is woodworking. Woodworking is an art that focuses on making incredible creations. Brentwood’s Woodworking...

At Play With Clay

Jun 16, '18

We sit on the blue and white metal stools in front of your wheel. The familiar smell of clay is a secondary sense as you're overwhelmed by the exuberance of the pottery studio. Cheerful chatter continually fills the room with productive positivity. Callum BC, Privett ‘20, describes it: “The tranquility of the studio soothes the mind and induces a...

Evening of Dance 2018

Jun 14, '18

When certain events happen at Brentwood, you know it is May: Rugby Playoffs, a Red Saturday or two, and everyone’s favourite, AP Exams. In addition, Evening of Dance has become a staple at Brentwood, where the school’s finest dancers display their talent and hard work on stage for the community to see. The show is one of the most highly...

3D Art and Sculpture

Jun 12, '18

Your first impression when you walk into the art room is that it looks like a small artistic apartment, so you feel like you’re home. The atmosphere makes you happy. All around the room works of art created by other students from a long time ago are on display. The view from the classroom is incredible. The ocean, mountains, and trees are visible,...

The Jazz Band at MusicFest Canada

Jun 05, '18

The String Ensemble and the Jazz Band recently had the opportunity to attend the 46th annual MusicFest Canada at the University of Toronto (Victoria University, Faculty of Music, Emmanuel College). During the week-long event, both groups received adjudication from skilled musicians, and had the opportunity to perform in front of large crowds of...

Multitudinous Monologues

May 31, '18

Students slowly made their way into the old caf as the day was coming to an end. They gathered around the tables on Friday, May 11th to start what would be a long discussion on monologues and character building. Some of the class was absent but this did not stop Mr Howe when it came to reading monologues. Mr Howe, the senior acting teacher, had...

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