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Mill Bay, Mesopotamia and What’s Next

Oct 13, '18

Brentwood is truly unlike any other school I have attended. It would be my guess that you would be hard pressed to find another group of twelve teenagers so eager to undertake the scintillating, yet challenging adventure that is AP Art History. From ancient paleolithic rock drawings, to modern photography, this course uses art as a lens to...

Squash Soup

Oct 12, '18

SAC volunteers recently picked vegetables from the school garden. This produce was then turned into a delicious squash soup prepared by Fiona K, Alexandra ‘19 and her team of student volunteers. The school garden was an initiative by last year’s Environment AP class who can be proud that their work is bearing fruit (technically squash is a...

History Bytes & Brian Carr

Oct 12, '18

The following is the text of Mr Steve Cowie’s address to the school at assembly last week. Imagine a world beyond sight and sound, a world in the distant and remote past: a world without cell phones, Twitter, Snapchat, Spotify, Ipods, personal computers and video games, a school without smart boards, photocopiers, video projectors, solar panels,...

A Journey Into the Astounding Roots of Brentwood!

Oct 10, '18

“Imagine a world where there are no Iphones, no television. and no electronics.” This is exactly the world “Lifer” Mr Steve Cowie witnessed more than three decades ago years ago. Last Thursday Mr Steve Cowie introduced “History Bytes” a riveting way to explore Brentwood history and how it has influenced and shaped the amazing school we call home....

The Renaissance Ball

May 05, '18

For the last few weeks the Grade 8s have been planning a Renaissance Ball. To do this, we each chose a character from the Renaissance and then worked to gain an immense knowledge of them. To do this we had an assignment which made us collect a certain amount of information about our character. For this assignment we also had to dress up like our...

Regatta Food Review

Apr 27, '18

The students in Brentwood’s Entrepreneurship 12 courses have been planning all year to treat our Regatta visitors and athletes to fresh and tasty meals on Founder’s Plaza overlooking the race course. A team of finely tuned palettes have savoured their wares and below are reviews of what’s sweet and what’s savoury. The Grilled Cheese Shack...

The Secret to Success

Apr 23, '18

25 Olympians, 23 of whom were rowers. 11 straight Olympic Games - 1976-2016. 9 Olympic medalists: Bronze: Ned Pratt & Bruce Ford; Silver: Tom Herschmiller, Malcolm Howard, David Calder & Scott Frandsen; Gold Blair Horn, Darren Barber & Malcolm Howard. This is just a fraction of the success produced by the world renowned Brentwood College Rowing...

Law 12

Apr 09, '18

Law 12, taught by Mr. Bryant, is a course that helps students explore different types of law throughout the year, including criminal, family, and contract law. The class is taught in a style that allows students to discuss, reflect, and bring forth their own ideas in relation to the topics being presented. Although the class is very enjoyable and...

AP Comparative Government & Politics

Mar 02, '18

A favourite among the senior students, Comparative Government and Politics AP is designed to both intrigue and challenge. Mr. Wismer creates a unique atmosphere filled with debate and discussion around the core six countries that are studied in the course. The countries of interest are Britain, Mexico, China, Nigeria, Russia, and Iran and they...

The Night of the Notables

Dec 01, '17

The Night of the Notables was an amazing experience: we learned a plethora of amazing things about our ancestors. We will always remember the experience. It started out with each of us picking a civilization, researching it, and spending a lot of hard work to make our props, representative dress, and maps. Then it all came together into a...

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