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Grass League Volleyball

Jun 23, '18

For the past 15 years, Brentwood has hosted the Cowichan Outdoor Volleyball League every Wednesday evening on the field, where 42 teams with over 200 competitors from Duncan, Mill Bay, and Brentwood gather for the showdown. Teams of all ages (including both Brentwood students and staff) send four players onto the court lined out on the grass, and...

Great Grade 8

Jun 22, '18

The Grade 8 program is in its 4th year and remains a big part of Brentwood. Experiential learning is at the heart of the program, and we embraced this concept from day one. The start of the year had us setting sail on a four-day SALTS trip. Students had the opportunity to learn what it takes to run a tall ship, from hoisting sails, to launching...

Rising Waters in ODP

Jun 21, '18

Situated on the east coast of Vancouver Island, between Campbell River and Parksville, the Puntledge River is a serene and beautiful area. Last weekend, eight Brentwood students had the opportunity to have a relaxing as well as challenging weekend camping and whitewater kayaking on the river. The Puntledge River Paddling Festival is open to...

Provincial Track & Field

Jun 20, '18

At provincials, Madison H, Keaton H, Sion G, and Tony E all placed top 3 in 1 or more events. Liam S, Ayo O, Reece FR, Ope RA, Femi RA, and Sam L also competed. Madison placed 3rd as a senior in her 1500m run with a time of 4:38.66: her personal best is 4:30.34 from 2016. Madison also placed 2nd with 2:12.59 in her 800m run. Keaton placed 3rd...

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...

Lifers’ Dinner 2018

Jun 18, '18

And just like that, it's time to say goodbye. Fifty-five of us lifers gathered in the foyer of the Centre for Art and Humanities for a final reunion with our first friends from the autumn of 2014 and fellow graduates. Enchanted by the spectacular architecture and surrounding art, this night was bound to be special and memorable for all. We...

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...

VO2 Max

Jun 15, '18

Instead of simply taking notes on the human body’s bioenergetic systems, Mr Amiel’s Grade 12 biology class took a trip to PISE (The Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence) in Victoria. After touring the facilities with a guide, the class began to perform tests, and in some unfortunate cases, to be tested on. The aforementioned testing was 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...

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