Our Journey To The Jungle

Nov 26, '18

Everyone in the Grade 8 classroom was ecstatic when we started our first steps to creating an outstanding musical, “The Jungle Book”. It all started with Ms Blake teaching us our first dance, “The Bear Necessities.” Leading up to the day of the auditions, everyone was giving it their all to try and perfect their audition so they could get the...

Comeback Postseason

Nov 25, '18

With the season coming to a close, the Senior Boys Soccer team headed to Vancouver last week to compete at the Provincial Championships for the 3rd year in a row. A week earlier, the boys had finished 3rd at the Island Championships, beating out Brooks Secondary 1-0 to win themselves a bronze medal, qualifying for the “The Show”. Arriving in...

Brentwood’s Finest

Nov 24, '18

This past summer was a busy one for our current Assistant Head Prefect of Athletics, Jacob B. Team BC took the U18s to compete at the Westerns Canadian Championships in Manitoba where Jacob was scouted and invited to Canada’s national rugby camp. Jacob had a strong showing at camp, tearing up the pitch: he then earned a well-deserved roster spot....

A Morning with the Premier and our MPP

Nov 23, '18

Political Studies 12 is a class where students in Grades 10, 11, and 12 learn about the Canadian political system as well as other national systems and important political ideas and actions. In mid-October our class left campus early to spend the academic morning at the British Columbia Provincial Legislature in Victoria. We had a tour of the...

Monday in Alexandra House

Nov 22, '18

A day typical day starts off when everyone’s feet hit the floor, promptly, at 7:00am. Walking down the hall, you’ll be greeted by the early birds who are fully dressed in their uniforms on their way to breakfast and avoided by the half-asleep girls in their sweatpants. Ms Mais will be wandering the halls to make sure all of her girls are awake and...

Powerful Philosophical Enlightenment (PPE)

Nov 21, '18

Imagine a full class load with some Advanced Placement courses likely mixed in, topped off with a healthy selection of demanding arts and sports, as well as all the other commitments that Brentwood life thrusts at its students. Most people in this situation would find themselves at full working capacity. Twenty-three dedicated students, however,...

Get In, Get Dirty

Nov 20, '18

One of the most popular arts at Brentwood is pottery. More specifically, handbuilt pottery. The class has three fine art blocks, all fully enrolled. The class is taught by the wonderful Mrs. Luna whose engaging, positive and calm aurora motivates students to craft beautiful creations. So far she has taught we students different techniques in...

Plain Talk about Air Quality

Nov 19, '18

BC provincial air quality meteorologist Earle Plains talked to AP 12 Environmental Science students recently about his role helping to monitor and maintain air quality standards. A monitoring station has just been set up in the Foote Centre and will be part of the province and worldwide data network available at the link here Of particular...

Tips for Roommates

Nov 19, '18

Living with another human, especially if one has no had experience with this task prior, can be a complex and even a daunting task. Having another breathing thing within your 5 meter radius for a majority of any given day can be a new challenge altogether; one that boarding students at Brentwood have to learn to deal with. However, it can be...

Glow in the Dark Bowling: How We Spent Our SPARE Time

Nov 18, '18

Busy schedules are inevitable at Brentwood; balancing a multitude of academic, athletic, and artistic endeavours leaves us students with little time to spare, which means we like to make the most of our free time. This last Saturday, three buses full of eager Rogers boys and Allard girls ventured to the Duncan Lanes bowling alley for a late...

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