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Reach for the Top

Nov 24, '17

So I don’t mean to brag, but I’d like to consider myself as a fairly intelligent individual. I get pretty good grades and people often view me as a smart guy. So when I heard that Interhouse Reach for the Top was coming up, I got excited. This could be a way to show the rest of the school just what kind of brilliance is housed between Privett and...

A Scary Trip to Victoria

Nov 20, '17

As Fright Week was coming to the end before midterm, the SAC took a scary trip to Victoria on Sunday. All SAC members were invited to attend and Ms Mclean was very generous in chaperoning us. When we arrived in Victoria, we were allowed to roam around the busy capital for a few hours. Students went shopping for Halloween costumes, spring formal...

Hope Open House

Nov 15, '17

The much anticipated Hope Open House took place on October 21st. This year, Hope Grade 12s boldly set the theme as Anything But Clothes, which provoked much excitement in the school. The theme itself allows students to design and make their own costumes for this unforgettable event. Before the event started, students in Hope House hustled and...

Whittall Open House

Nov 14, '17

The greatest way to start off Halloween is, of course, with an Open House. Before the midterm, Whittall House was open to monsters or cute creatures of all ages. A Whittall House tradition is the theme of Halloween, and SAC helps set up a few days before. Students dressed up in their favourite Halloween costumes, and came with groups of friends....

Day of the Dead Dinner

Nov 11, '17

The Day of the Dead is a famous Mexican holiday that is celebrated throughout the region. This extraordinarily important day is to honor the deceased of family, friends and even neighbours. Some traditions include building altars and bringing the favourite flowers, foods and beverages of the departed. People also bring possessions of the deceased...

Karaoke in the Kaf

Nov 07, '17

It was a typical Thursday evening; Brentwood students and staff strolled into Crooks Hall, expecting another delicious meal. Except … it wasn’t a typical Thursday. Of course, the meal was fantastic, but on the far side of the building was a stage and a computer filled with songs for karaoke. Led by Ravi R, Rogers ‘18, & John E, Rogers ‘18, the SAC...

Nigerian Dinner

Nov 04, '17

“Where the World Comes to School,” Brentwood boasts great diversity across its student body. Students from Nigeria and of Nigerian descent make up one of the larger ethnic groups at the school, and this past Wednesday we had the chance to share our colourful culture and cuisine with the school community. Between 5:15 and 6:30, Crooks Hall...

New to Brentwood

Nov 03, '17

I have to admit, there were a couple nights before coming to Brentwood where I tossed and turned in my bed for hours, trying to ease my anxiety. Even for someone like me who should be used to traveling and changing schools (I’ve switched schools about10 times so far in my life since my family is always moving) the thought of moving to a different...

Fright Week

Nov 01, '17

As Halloween approached us, Brentwood’s annual Fright Week, hosted by the SAC, was in full swing. Last Tuesday, students were excited to exchange their uniforms for black and orange clothing. That afternoon, everybody enjoyed a barbeque, the funds from which will go towards supporting the service trips to Swaziland and Nicaragua which will take...

First Day in a Fright-filled Week

Oct 26, '17

To kick off Fright Week, students were allowed to wear orange and black clothing on Tuesday in spirit of the upcoming holiday. Many students got into the Halloween spirit donning whatever orange or black clothing they could find. Later in the day, students who are going on service trips to either Swaziland or Nicaragua served up a delicious BBQ,...

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