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Week Won: The Beginning of the Brentwood Journey

Sep 13, '19

“I remember it just like it was yesterday”, exclaimed Cannon F, Rogers ‘22 as he firmly walked through the gates of Brentwood to march across the planks of Rogers House. Brentwood College School is a haven for learning that accepts students from all across the world. The institution has a great range of diversity and shares different cultures,...

Debate 2019

Jul 08, '19

Whether you’ve seen them behind the podium, in the classroom, or on the stage, debaters continue to be Brentwood’s emphatic powerhouse for thought-provoking discussion and fierce competition. This year, debate became the school’s largest fine art, with over 100 students enrolled in the course. Every student learned to improve their public...

Brentwood’s Symphony Orchestra

Jun 29, '19

As the light’s scintillated and the fog produced by the smoke machine covered the stage, the Brentwood Symphony Orchestra valiantly played Pirates of the Caribbean with precision and elegance as Mr Clausen flawlessly conducted the band for our final performance as a group for 2018-2019. Our musical groups prepared for their separate pieces...

Concert for A Summer's Eve

Jun 17, '19

A national rower, a provincial cross-country runner, and an international debater walk onto a stage. No, this is not the beginning of a poorly executed dad joke, this is Brentwood’s Concert for a Summer’s Eve. Not only did we have a wide array of people, but also an equally impressive array of music genres for the final concert of the year. From...

MusicFest 2019

Jun 13, '19

Entering into its 47th year of celebrating excellence, MusicFest Canada, The Nationals, brings thousands of students and educators from across the country together, over a one week period, to celebrate excellence in musical performance. It is an invitation only event: outstanding ensembles are invited to attend from affiliated regional and...

Mock Trial Prep

Jun 10, '19

I can confidently say that Debate and Model UN has been the most omni-applicable course I have ever taken. Just when we thought we had learned everything there is to learn about argumentation and effective articulation, the program found another way to keep us on our toes: Mock Trial. Now, as our final project of the year, we are taking our skills...

Polarize Photography Show

May 25, '19

On Tuesday May 14, Brentwood photography students held the opening reception for their annual Brentwood Photography Art Show. The show was held in Duncan at Just Jake’s restaurant, and the photos will remain on display there for another week or so. Each student chose three of their best shots from the year, and edited each one meticulously. The...

Hector Mac

May 19, '19

Where else in the world can you hear a satire of teen culture, a story of a middle school boy sneaking chocolate into summer camp like contraband, and an eloquent explanation of the ramifications of adult actors playing teenagers in media, all in the same place? This is why I love speech competitions. Specifically, the Hector MacIntosh...

Singing at Altitude - Whistler Con Brio

May 16, '19

On Thursday May 2nd, the Wind Ensemble embarked on a journey to the Con Brio Festival in Whistler, BC. After vigorously preparing for our performance in the previous months with the help of our lovely instructors, Mr Tristan Clausen and Ms Kathryn Als, we had the privilege of scoring a Silver title at the festival. With the guidance and expertise...

Art History Field Trip

May 11, '19

There is an indescribably visceral feel about experiencing an art work. For those of us who have been studying art and the history of art for the last eight months, the ability to finally see some of the works, in all of their glory, was truly amazing. On Friday, twelve students from both the AP Studio Art and AP Art History class ventured all...

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