AP Biology Final Projects

Jul 13, '19

Brentwood is a platform that allows students to innovate and enhance in the field of science. Every year, Mr McCarthy encourages AP Biology students to apply skills we have learned in class to real life. This allows us to develop use of the scientific method and to research like students do in university. The projects this spring ranged from the...

Zero Tolerance

Jul 09, '19

The following is the winner of the Term 2 Melhuish Writing competition in which Grade 9 students were required to write a ballad. Where is my son? The father asked. From screaming he was sore Eyes looked at him behind a mask No one could tell him more. The agents shrugged. One made a call. “Your son’s not coming back,” They threw him...

Brentwood & Biodiversity

Jul 01, '19

Below is the text of an speech made to the school by science teacher, Mr Michaal Miller. 1,000,000 was the number... The preliminary summary of the Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services was released on 6 May, 2019. It was a difficult read. In it was a review of more than 15,000 scientific papers and reports from the...

Exam Week is Not for the Weak!

Jun 16, '19

Exam have begun. All classes have wrapped up. It has been a busy term and will only continue to get busier as the year comes to a close. Color-organized exam schedules line the walls of most students’ rooms with strict study deadlines and houses become significantly quieter. Some students will be picking up extra tutoring sessions, attending...

Brentwood is Doing Something

Jun 15, '19

To add to Brentwood’s climate change strides, the food services team has decided to wipe out plastic. The amazing team that makes all of our meals and prepares our snacks and food when we go on school trips, just stepped it up to the next level. This means that “We are no longer providing juice boxes, Gatorade or water bottles for packed meals for...

Geography 12 Science Fair

Jun 12, '19

For the past six weeks, students in Geography 12 have been busy working on their final project of the year which they will presented to classmates and faculty members earlier this week. The projects are based on renewable energies, so there was a wide variety to choose from. We students were given the choice of what energy we would like to...

The Unknown of Becoming a Senior

Jun 08, '19

There is a major realization that many high school students have at some point during their educational career. It coincidentally appears in all students at the same time, roughly two weeks into Grade 11. The awareness sets in that Grade 11 is, in fact, way harder than Grade 10, and the future of the difficult uncertainty unfolding in front of us...

Pug Day 2019

Jun 05, '19

Earlier today Mrs Reynolds’ Grade 9 English class gracefully skipped up to the field to enjoy the presence of Earl and Shirley, Mrs Reynolds’ pugs. Initially, Pug Day was meant to be a competition between 9E and 9C; however Mrs Reynolds decided to adopt a more communist approach and share the pugs equally. The hour was well spent with a Rustys’...

Our School Garden

May 27, '19

Not every school offers hands-on classes like environmental sciences, and even fewer schools have access to a garden for students to learn agricultural skills and to be able to get their hands dirty in the soil. Brentwood students are fortunate to have access to a plot of land with a number of garden beds and a fully operating aquaponics system...

BC Cancer Education Day

May 24, '19

Students Book P and Jasleen G had the privilege of being invited to attend the Education Retreat Day at the BC Cancer Agency this past Regatta weekend. The students were able to attend educational seminars presented by senior researchers at the Trev Deeley Research Centre in Victoria. These seminars provided invaluable insight into cancer biology...

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