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We Have Liftoff!

Sep 04, '12

Greeted by the smiling faces of Mrs. Quinton, Mr. Tate, and a host of orientation assistants, 175 new students join the Brentwood family today. Under blue skies and glorious sunshine, we launch the 2012-2013 school year with energy, enthusiasm and, of course, the new Centre for Art and Humanities. To the parents of our new students, we say thanks...

A Purrfect Prank

Brentwood college school's graduating class prankedthe campus by acting like cats.
May 02, '12

This past Wednesday was the now legendary cat day. Grade 12s pranced aimlessly about campus as kitties feline fine and leaving onlookers impressed. After milk and cookies, the kitties took a pleasantly purrfect nap in the middle of the dining hall to make up for what had been an exhausting day of fur balls and cat fights.  

Meow,...

Grade 10 First Aid

The Brentwood College School Grade 10 class took their Emergency First Aid CPR Level C course.
Apr 12, '12

Danger lurks around every corner.

Luckily the class of 2014 is well prepared to combat it. On Saturday March 31st, the Grade 10 class took their Emergency First Aid CPR Level C course.

The day began at 8:30 am sharp and the grade was split into three groups. The instructors did not hesitate to get right into things; the...

Earth Hour at Brentwood

Brentwood College Dorm Ellis,  held their Open House on the same night as Earth Hour, an international campaign which raises global awareness about conserving energy and fighting climate change.
Apr 03, '12

Ellis, whose house colour is green, coincidentally held their Open House on the same night as Earth Hour, an international campaign which raises global awareness about conserving energy and fighting climate change.
For Saturday’s classes, each student, after donating $2 to our community school project in Zambia, were allowed to wear green to...

Help BEAT Hunger

Brentwood College School Helps BEAT Hunger
Jan 16, '12

The second annual Brentwood Environmental Action Team’s Hunger Banquet will be held Sunday, January 29, from 5:00 until 8:30 pm at the McNeill Centre in Crooks Hall. Last year this event raised $1,100 for the CMS Foodbank and a great deal of awareness in our community.

Tickets are a $15 donation which entitles each guest to a lottery...

SPARC: Serving Our Community

Brentwood SPARC team serving our community
Jan 05, '12

While another holiday season has come and gone, the generous spirit of Brentwood students continues throughout the year. Alongside Tracy, Terry and countless other CMS Food Bank volunteers, a dedicated group of SPARC members spent much of their free time before the December holiday stocking shelves and packaging hampers which were then distributed...

SPARC SOUP

Brentwood students and  members of SPARC have been making soup and applesauce for children who attend Khowhemun School.
Dec 21, '11

Members of SPARC have spent their Sunday afternoons over the past two months making soup and applesauce for children who attend Khowhemun School. As the weekly delivery is usually done on Monday mornings by a volunteer from Thrifty Foods, our student cooks had not yet met their student.

After an evening of picking apples from Mr. and...

More Peer Counselors on Campus

Dec 08, '11

On December 2nd approximately 100 new SPARC members were awarded their golden star. After 12 vigorous weeks of training sessions on varied subjects including addiction, suicide, interpersonal relationships, and how to talk to their peers, they learned how to react and respond appropriately. With these new stars, housemates now know who they can...

Broom Busting

Dec 05, '11

An invasive species is as an organism that is introduced into a region which then damages the ecosystem. Invasive species can be anything from zebra mussels to broom. Broom is one of Vancouver Island’s most invasive species. It has become naturalized into the area and due to its ability to aggressively disperse seeds, it is extremely difficult to...

A Vow of Silence

Vow of Silence at Brentwood College School. Private boarding school on the oceanfront.
Nov 30, '11

The wise father, Atticus Finch, from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, advises his children that to really know another person, you must walk around in their shoes. Beginning this morning at 9:00 a.m., Brentwood students will experience the isolation and helplessness of millions of children throughout the world who have no voice to speak up for...

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