Remembrance Day Service, November 15th

Nov 12, '09

Honouring a school tradition dating back to the 1950s, when alumni from the original campus gathered to remember their classmates and talk about rebuilding their school, alumni, current students, and parents are invited to take part in a Remembrance Day service at the Brentwood Chapel in Brentwood Bay on Sunday, November 15th at 9am. The service...

Michael O Receives Silver Medal for Grade 8 Flute in British Columbia

Nov 09, '09

Michael O is the recipient of the silver medal for Grade 8 flute in British Columbia for the 2008-2009 academic year! The Royal Conservatory of Music Silver Medals are awarded each academic year, September 1 to August 31, by province or region, to candidates who have obtained the highest marks for practical examinations in each discipline,...

Drawing and Painting Workshop Given by Lynda Faulks

Nov 06, '09

Today, a group of our art students (including our Advanced Placement Studio Art candidates) participated in a workshop given by local artist, Lynda Faulks. Entitled "Drawing and Painting from the Figure," this session covered a variety of drawing techniques and different media using a model to capture the human form. Portrait painting...

Concert for a Winter's Eve: November 27th

Nov 04, '09

A long-standing Brentwood College School tradition, the Concert for a Winter's Eve is a seasonal celebration of music and song from jazz to classical featuring a showcase of Brentwood choirs, music ensembles and our Pops Orchestra in addition to solo singers and performers. This is an annual benefit for the local food bank. We are very grateful...

Louis Williamson, 1947-2009

Nov 04, '09

The Brentwood community was saddened to learn of the passing of Louis (Lou) Williamson on Friday, October 30th. Lou taught at Brentwood and often did sectionals with our orchestra and bands percussion sections. Lou was a member of the Canadian Forces for many years before taking early retirement. He was also the president of the Musicians'...

From the Sculpture Department: Earthworks

Oct 15, '09

Earth art (also called "land art") refers to a movement of artists with wide ranging goals, but all created in nature, employing such materials as stones, dirt, and leaves. "Earthworks" is the same movement. Most works are sculptural. Earthworks often refer to phenomena such as the slow process of erosion or to the movement of...

Cast List for Joseph Announced

Oct 05, '09

The cast list for our spring musical has been announced! In Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colours comes to vibrant life in this delightful musical parable. Joseph, his father's favorite son, is a boy blessed with prophetic dreams. When he is...

Hope King to Perform at The Garage, Sunday October 4th

Sep 30, '09

One of our Grade 10 students will be performing at the Duncan Garage Showroom ( on October 4th. Hope King is a day student from Duncan and will be playing an acoustic set. This summer Hope opened the stage for the Cowichan Valley's...

Exciting Family Entertainment Event - Sept 26

Sep 11, '09

Sept. 26 at 3:30pm and 7pm

The Cowichan Valley Shrine Club returns with its spectacular Top Hat Stage Production: a variety show for the whole family to enjoy. Proceeds go to transporting physically challenged children to hospitals. Tickets are $15 and available at Thrifty's in Mill Bay and at the door of the...

The Bard at Brentwood: Gala Opening begins 6 p.m. Thursday (9th July)

Jul 06, '09

We invite you to join us for this year's Gala celebration set as a Fun-D-Raiser for the bard@brentwood at 6 p.m. on Thursday 9th July. From the moment you arrive at the plaza beside the T. Gil Bunch Centre for the Performing Arts, you will find yourself amidst the Baptista family wedding celebration. This event is staged in 1950’s Italy, complete...

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