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Losing Now

Jan 03, '18

Below is the Grade 10 sonnet winner for the 2017 Serup Poetry Competition. It’s visions few and wonders far between, We see with truth, with passion that will last. An evening dove caught in a pale moonbeam, Not glanced with hazy eyes that soon flit past. Yet rarely noticed is the sacrifice Of fragile patterns trapped in frosty...

Brentwood Takes the Kodiak Klassic

Jan 02, '18

The basketball season is underway around the province and Brentwood is no exception; each of our teams got into action in their respective tournaments this past weekend. The Senior Boys Basketball team participated in the Heritage Woods Kodiak Klassic, one of the top tournaments in British Columbia. The competition was almost exclusively 4A teams,...

The Inevitable Fall

Jan 01, '18

The following is the 2017 Grade 9 winner of the Serup Poetry Competition. A man walked through the citadel, And through the city strode. His staff and robes glistened like hell, To take what he was owed. Guards defended without avail, He didn’t give lament. The demon knew he could prevail, With sword in hand he went. He rushed the...

Senior Volleyball Provincials

Dec 30, '17

As the Senior Girls Volleyball team stepped off the plane in Prince George, it was -2° C, a mild day in northern BC in late November. While debating over who got to ride in which coach’s rented minivan, the nip in the air and the nip from Coach Fougner prompted us to find the nearest open seat. Our fleet of Dodge Caravans then rushed west to...

Successfulness

Dec 30, '17

Pearly, Ivory, Milky, are successful. — but what happens when a brown-skinned woman holds great intelligence, her voice not heard… and if she has a cure for cancer, it will never be cured. how can we carry confidence when our very thoughts are stomped upon, before they leave our minds, before they dance off our tongues, why should...

Senior Boys Soccer

Dec 29, '17

Quickness, dynamism, possession, & flair are all words that can be used to describe the playing style of Senior Boys Soccer. When this group were on form, they were extremely hard to play against & very difficult to win the ball from. Some teams like to pass the ball around, others like to play it forward quickly: this team did both of these...

Write for Rights

Dec 28, '17

Two days: 550 letters. Again this year, to recognize Human Rights Day and the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Brentwood students and staff participated in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights event in early December. From tables in Crooks Hall, the students of each English class, recently versed in the format of a...

2nd XI Field Hockey

Dec 27, '17

The year began with a group of 16 girls assembled on the Cowichan turf, a mix of seasoned and new players, both seniors and juniors. Although practices started with a refresher of basic skills as our coaches assessed the abilities and strengths our the new team, it was clear that we had amazing potential with a little refinement needed. In just a...

Cross Country

Dec 24, '17

The 2017 Cross Country season has come to a close. It has been an incredible few month for the team filled with unbelievable achievements, grit and joy. The highlights of this year’s Cross Country season consisted of both the speed squad’s success and the rest of the team. For the speed squad, the Heisterman siblings have had outstanding success...

Mackenzie House Gives

Dec 23, '17

What better way to kick off the season of giving than to give to those in need? Each year, Mackenzie House sponsors a family in need as a way of giving back to our community. This year, Mackenzie House’s sponsor family consisted of a single mother with three children. With the help and support of Mackenzie Houseparents who eagerly helped fund...

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