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Donations and Support for Haiti

Feb 03, '10

In response to the critical situation in Haiti, our school has raised funds for medicine, food, and other basic necessities. Some of these donations have been matched and bested by organizations such as Free The Children giving $10 in...

Our Musical Opens Tomorrow Night (Feb 2nd)

Feb 01, '10

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat opens tomorrow night here at the school at 7:30pm. From the early days of auditions in September 2009 through to our dress rehearsals in the past couple days, the 54 student performers have been working hard to dazzle the audience with this biblical parable of hope. This a family-friendly show enjoyable...

Alumni Reunion Weekend, July 9th - 11th

Jan 28, '10

Old Brentonians will flock to the campus for the reunion weekend in July, when there is plenty of on-campus accommodation and the weather is typically fantastic. All alumni are welcome, with a focus on the Classes of 1965, 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995 and 2000.  This is a great opportunity to meet up with friends, introduce your...

Godfrey Knox, 1939 - 2010

Jan 21, '10

By Tom Pennells, '98 Godfrey Knox came to Brentwood in 1992 to join Dan O'Brien in the Rambling program (Outdoor Pursuits) as a coach and climbing specialist.  I met him in the spring of 1994 as a wide-eyed grade 8 in search of adventure.  My first day of Rambling was not what I had expected....

Privett Throws Down the Gauntlet for Haiti Fundraising

Jan 15, '10

Intrepid Privett houseparent and father of two, Ron Neufeld has begun an interhouse fundraising competition to help those in need in Haiti. Last night the Privett boys collected $176 in the house, straight from their pockets. Mr Neufeld then matched this amount and added a dollar bringing the total to $353. As of press time, the amount has grown...

Philanthropist Colin B. Glassco Visits Our School

Jan 14, '10

Today Colin Glassco gave...

Owen Finnegan, 1915 - 2010

Jan 11, '10

by John Garvey, Current Deputy Head Mr Owen Finnegan was born in 1915 and passed away on Saturday January 9th 2010 at 95 years of age. Predeceased by his wife, Owen Finnegan worked at Brentwood for many years on the school grounds, tending not only the playing fields, but the campus lawns, shrubs, trees...

Students and Head of School Take Vow of Silence

Nov 19, '09

Twenty years ago this week, the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). This charter laid out the civil, cultural, economic, political, and social rights for children. The promises it made for protecting children and the hope it represented for their future have not been realized. The youth-oriented charity...

Brentwood Blog Week 2

Sep 30, '09

From a discussion on controversial art to pie-in-the-face, from the ultimate in technological advances to primitive medical conditions in Third World countries, the second edition of the Brentwood Blog has it all.  Relax, enjoy, and sample a few of the events on campus this past week.

First Edition of the Brentwood Blog

Sep 23, '09

The Brentwood community is a rather unique institution, with families scattered around the globe. Although technology in the 21st century would seemingly provide for instant connection between family members, the typical adolescent frequently needs lessons from ET in the matter of “calling home”. To address the communication gap in providing news...

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