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Arts Captains 2017

Sep 28, '17

Here are Brentwood’s Arts Captains for 2017-2018 as announced in Assembly today. Drawing and Painting Anika P Musical Theatre Hannah R Wind Ensemble Zara P String Ensemble Francis V Debate John E & Morgan W Model UN Dylan C Public Speaking Sarah L Dance Hannah S Pottery Will H & Mark W 2D...

Debate and Model UN

Sep 18, '17

Each year, Brentwood's Debate/MUN team provides exciting opportunities. This year will, no doubt, be one of the best years for our Brentwood debaters, MUNers, and public speakers as we are participating in more and more competitions. Students will have a chance to showcase their abilities in events such as World Scholar’s Cup, VMUN, Golden Gnome,...

Arts at the Heart

Sep 16, '17

A week into the Fall term, Brentwood’s Arts program is in full swing. A walk around campus yesterday revealed our 530 artists participating in any two of the following: acting, sculpture, debate, public speaking, musical, ceramics, photography, yearbook, robotics, photojournalism, woodworking, theatre production, choir, jazz band, strings, rock...

Falling for Sport

Sep 15, '17

A week into the Fall term, Brentwood’s Athletics program is in full swing. On a walk around campus yesterday I came across our 530 athletes participating in basketball, volleyball, field hockey, squash, rugby, soccer, tennis, cross country running, kayaking and rowing. And completion has begun. This weekend finds the Senior A Girls Volleyball...

Drawing & Painting Term Three

Sep 02, '17

Drawing and Painting, for me, is a time to escape the stress of life and learning to enjoy the creativity of art. Third term was busy and fun at the same time. We started the term with an assignment where we worked with the Golden Mean. The Golden Mean is the principle of proportion in art that reflects the balance of the composition of a piece....

Our Greek Cultural and Competition Experience

Aug 31, '17

In mid-July, 15 Brentwood students were given the great opportunity to travel to Greece and compete in this year’s World Scholar’s Cup Global Round in Athens. The days when we were not competing, we got acquainted with Greek culture and its history. We took it easy on the first day, with a half day tour around the city. We visited the Plaka, an...

Pacific Debate Championships

Jul 10, '17

In late May a large number of Brentwood’s formidable debate club journeyed onto the mainland to partake in the Pacific Debate Championships. With nail-bitten fingers and colossal stacks of notes, we prepared to thwart the opposition with our clever arguments. The debaters began their journey by first traipsing through the Tsawwassen Mills Mall,...

Photography 101

Jul 08, '17

Every Brentwood student gets to choose his or her arts academic courses, arts electives and sports for the year. For me, it was really exciting. I am from Germany and it was my first year here at Brentwood. Being an international student and also having been raised in a different language and culture meant it was not that easy, especially when...

The Showroom

Jul 04, '17

On a Sunday night in May Brentwood’s Composition Rock Band performed at the Duncan Showroom. The building was something out of a movie. Hanging lights, creepy antiques, and instruments from the 70s floated around the band as we prepared for the gig. Our style was a mix of indie rock and grunge as we performed songs we’ve written, and some covers...

Concert For A Summer’s Eve

Jun 09, '17

The Grade 12s of the music department already feel the nostalgia settling in. Why? Their last Brentwood performance – Concert For A Summer’s Eve – is upon us. As soon as Festival Season, in April and early May, finished, all the music ensembles turned their focus to preparing for the performance, which features the Jazz Band, Vocal Ensemble, Wind...

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