Chatting With Anastasiia Lapatina

May 26, '22

Every year, business magazine Forbes releases their 30 Under 30 list, which highlights individuals under the age of 30 who are making an impact in their communities. The 2022 list for Europe has recently been posted, and I encourage you all to take a visit to the website. On the front cover, there are the portraits of three individuals. On the...

Human Geography 12

May 18, '22

Are you unsure of what Social Studies course to take next year? Are you a fan of the relationship between humans and the environment, culture, and economics around them? If so, keep reading to learn more about my favorite class, Human Geography 12, taught by Mr Brian Carr. When asked to give a brief explanation on this course, Mr Carr provided...

Up to Speed with Comparative Cultures 12

May 17, '22

Earlier in the year I wrote an article about Comparative Cultures 12, and now I figure that since we have completely shifted gears since then, an update is necessary to do justice to just how interesting this course is. Mr Pasquale’s Arts 253 classroom is one students have been keen to attend since the beginning of the year - and it hasn’t moved...

Exacting AP Exams

May 09, '22

From May 2nd until May 13th, over two million students worldwide will be writing their Advanced Placement exams. With over 240 students here at Brentwood writing an 460 AP exams, the campus is currently pushing through its May academic climax. Students have been preparing for these exams since the beginning of the year, and in some cases with...

A Discussion of Politics

Apr 07, '22

Students enrolled in Political Studies 12 taught by Ms Cuk evaluate the history, purpose, and impacts of political systems and ideologies in many countries around the world - including Canada. We evaluate issues at the municipal, provincial, national, and international levels of political problems and assess relationships between these issues....

Trip to Skywalk

Apr 03, '22

On March 9th, Mr Carr’s Human Geography class joined Mrs Amiel’s Contemporary Indigenous Studies class on a trip to the Malahat Skywalk. Students were excited to get the day off of class to visit a great view, and experience, at the Skywalk. The Skywalk was far more than just a walk in the sky, as it was led by Malahat’s best: James guided us...

Black History Month - A Student Perspective

Feb 23, '22

When talking about Black people, we typically talk about slavery or the Civil Rights movement, with Harriet Tubman and Martin Luther King as historical trailblazers, but there comes a time when we must realize that this is not all that Black people are - but the regularity with which we discuss slavery, particularly in relation to the Black...

Geography Rocks

Jan 21, '22

Among Brentwood’s extensive list of social studies courses, Physical Geography 12 – taught by Mr Carr – has stood out for many students in the beginning of this year. That is why Mr Carr has taken on the challenge of two Physical Geography classes this year. The course offers in-depth lessons of Earth’s systems beginning with global...

Comparative Cultures 12

Dec 21, '21

Among the plethora of academic electives offered to senior students sits Comparative Cultures 12 in which students embrace various ways of interpreting different cultures. This leads to a broader understanding of the globalized world we live in today. The course identifies how culture is formed, developed, organized, and manifested as well as how...

Brentwood Mock Trial 2021

Dec 11, '21

On December 7th, two multipurpose rooms in the Foote Athletic Centre were converted into courtrooms so the annual Brentwood mock trial could take place. Each year, two Law 12 classes filled with ambitious and enthusiastic legal scholars depart on a journey of cross-examinations, opening statements, and court procedures. This year, the case was...

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