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Almost A Cappella, Totally Great!

Apr 17, '18

Brentwood’s choral quintet, led by Music Director Phil Newns, Almost A Cappella, won the Adjudicators Choice Award (and $100) for the Victoria Choral Festival. The adjudicator enthused, "I wish 100s of people had heard and seen them perform. It was fantastic to witness this kind of independence and musicianship." Over the years, this ensemble has...

A Busy Month for Rowing

Apr 17, '18

Training never ends when you are a varsity rower. For some of the top Brentwood rowers, the first five days of Spring Break were spent at Shawnigan Lake getting time to train and focus on improving. Some of the same athletes also spent the last five days of break at Quamichan Lake training in small boats in preparation for the Dueling Over a Grand...

Girls Rugby Gets Started

Apr 17, '18

As the competitive term has come thundering down on our team, our girls have risen to the occasion bringing sportsmanship, good energy, and determination to every game. It is no secret that our team is in a developmental phase, as over half of our numbers are comprised of junior girls. With this in mind, watching the dedication that each girl puts...

Ms Lorraine Blake Wins Black Tie

Apr 16, '18

This past Saturday, Brentwood’s Head of Dance, Ms Lorraine Blake, was nominated for, and won, the Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce Black Tie Award for Art in Business. As accomplished as she is, ms Blake was “so humbled” to be selected for the award. At the age of three and continuing into her teen years, ms Blake began training in England and...

What Does Regatta Mean to Brentwood?

Apr 16, '18

The 48th annual International Brentwood Regatta hosted at Brentwood is an opportunity not only to support our rowing team competing against teams from all over Canada and the U.S., but it is an opportunity to make memories with friends through the events, food booths, and performances that take place during this busy weekend. Regatta brings people...

Swaziland Game Parks

Apr 15, '18

These past two weeks in Swaziland were filled with many incredible memories and places such as the three game parks. We started our trip in Mlilwane. The difference between Milwane and the other parks we visited is that Mlilwane only has antelope and smaller animals, no big herbivores or predators. Because of this we were able to do activities in...

Behind Our Athletes

Apr 15, '18

Behind the scenes of Brentwood’s successful sports teams are the programs and staff which work hard to keep our athletes healthy and competing at the high level that Brentwood offers. Mrs Tanya Scheck runs a rehab class dedicated to keeping our injured student athletes in shape and on the path to returning to their sport. Each student has...

Nicaragua Service Trip 2018

Apr 14, '18

At the beginning of Spring Break, thirteen Brentwood students and two chaperones stepped out of the Managua airport, bleary-eyed from travelling overnight, into a climate totally different from the temperate rainforest of Vancouver Island. A four-hour van ride took us to Monty’s Beach Lodge, in the coastal community of Jiquilillo, Nicaragua, where...

Vancouver Island Concert Band Festival

Apr 13, '18

On Wednesday April 11th, two of Brentwood’s music groups departed the school to participate in the first music festival of our spring season: the Vancouver Island Concert Band Festival, held at Ladysmith Secondary school. Music festivals offer ensembles and bands the opportunity to perform in front of a board of adjudicators, and then receive a...

Hockey 2018

Apr 12, '18

Brentwood hockey enjoyed immense success in 2017-18. The program had over 60 athletes across four teams which all enjoyed triumphs during the season. This year included many exciting moments such as the Senior Boys undefeated league season. The team was “relentless” in the words of the coaching staff as they defeated all opponents outside of...

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