Category: School News

In memoriam: Victor Clayton

St. Margaret’s School joins with the family and friends of Vic Clayton to mourn his passing on Sunday, July 18, 2021. During his tenure of Head of School from 1990 to 2007, Vic was known for his tremendous dedication to progressive and student-centered education. He led a robust program of growth for the school, expanded […]

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King David Celebrates Their Students

On Wednesday evening, King David hosted their annual Year End Celebration: Celebration 5781, where they acknowledge the accomplishments of their students. It was once again online this year, but they still had hundreds of viewers. Recognition was given to outstanding student achievements in all grades and across all disciplines. The audience was also entertained with […]

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Urban Academy… Going UP!

For anyone following the Urban Academy journey, they would probably agree that the defining term for the 20 year old school is ‘growth’. Starting as a JK to Grade 1 school in 2001, they have been growing the depth and breadth of the program, growing the JK to Grade 12 student and parent body and […]

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School Spotlight

In early April, Jaiden A, G9, represented Mulgrave School at the BC Junior Public Speaking Championships. He won four awards and was named the champion speaker of the tournament, qualifying him to enter the upcoming Canadian Junior National Public Speaking Competition. For his persuasive speech, Jaiden chose the topic of misinformation because of its impact […]

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School Spotlight

Way to go Meadowridge School! Felicitations is owed to Arshia J. (Grade 9) and Akira Y. (Grade 10) for earning top three placement at the online Parlons! 2021 Competition. In five to seven minute speeches delivered in French, students were asked to reveal a problem and offer a solution to contemporary societal issues. Aarshia (Grade 9) earned […]

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School Spotlight

Meet the Aberdeen Hall students who will be competing as a part of Team BC in the Canada-Wide Science Fair presented by Youth Science Canada from May 17-21, 2021. Since 1962, this weeklong science fair brings together the country’s top young scientists in Grades 7-12 and Cégep. Aberdeen Hall’s very own Mr. Pilling is also […]

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School Spotlight

Another student from Aspengrove School has been accepted into the Shad Canada Program. This is quite an accomplishment as over 2,500 young people from across the country applied to be part of the monthlong experience this summer. Shad Canada provides a nationwide program that spans 19 university campuses across the country and exists to empower […]

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Alumnus Spotlight

Alumnus spotted! Reece Walsh, an alumnus from Aberdeen Hall ’15, has had quite the journey since graduating from Aberdeen Hall in 2015. We caught with him for the 2020/2021 Gryphon Magazine and were blown away by his accomplishments. “After graduating from Aberdeen Hall, I started my post-secondary studies at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan Campus). During […]

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Dyslexia & The Brain Virtual Community Education Night

Fraser Academy is happy to have their very own Colleen Chow, Director of Learning Services & OG Trainer, back by popular demand to present Dyslexia & the Brain.In this session, Ms. Chow will discuss the learning process for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences in relation to the developing brain.  Ms. Chow is a […]

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SMUS Rowing Team

Here are some pictures of the SMUS Rowing Team participating in their first virtual race, the San Diego Crew Classic on Thursday, March 25, 2021. In the high school categories, SMUS teams finished first in the men’s 4x, the women’s novice 4x+, and men’s novice 8+ competitions, and second in the women’s varsity 8+ and […]

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