Collingwood's powerhouse alpine team won two provincial banners last year. Last week at the North Shore Championships, they proved that they will once again be a contender for provincial glory as both the boys' and girls' ski teams won North Shore titles. Here is Coach Ramsden's report:
A Collingwood education is designed to stretch our students in all aspects of their lives. Our students are prepared for the challenges ahead as they expand their horizons across the globe in pursuit of promising and meaningful futures.
The Grade 8 girls' basketball team were in fine form this weekend as they won the ISA Championship. The Cavs used their rebounding dominance and highly effective pass-and-cut offence to take home the title. The boys' tournament was also being hosted by Collingwood. The boys avenged an opening game loss to West Point Grey with a resounding victory over them in the Consolation Final.
Three weeks ago, the Whistler Storm blew into town and sent the senior boys' basketball team into a brief downward spiral when they upset the Cavs on Collingwood's home court. This defeat was tough on both the boys and the coaching staff, but the team's strong finish to the regular season gave Coach Wong hope that the Cavs would be 'storm-busters' in the first round of the playoffs. The Cavs proved their coach right with an outstanding 75-62 victory over Whistler yesterday. Here is Coach Wong's report:
After a tough run throughout their tournament schedule and the start of regular season play, the senior boys' basketball team has finally found another gear and is starting to truly compete in games as Coach Wong always hoped they would. Their timing could not have been better as playoffs start this week. The Cavs will be fighting hard to defend their Howe Sound Championship starting on Wednesday. Here is a report from Coach Wong:
The senior girls' basketball team's goal this year was to qualify for the Lower Mainland AA Championships. Considering the strength of the North Shore AA competition, this was going to be no easy task. However, the Cavs made the long trip through snow, slush and rain yesterday to Seycove and reached their goal with a 62-48 win over Bodwell. Congratulations to Coach McLaughlin and the team. Here is Coach M's report:
The Grade 8 girls' basketball team roared out of the gate in the North Shore Championship game against Argyle, but the Pipers' swarming defence proved to be too much for them in the second half as they fell 38-31.
The senior girls' basketball team played some terrific basketball this weekend at the West Point Grey tournament. The team's 2nd place finish was a great result and will help them tremendously as they start their North Shore playoffs on Monday night at Seycove. Here is Coach McLaughlin's tournament report:
The Grade 10 boys' basketball team bounced back from a tough playoff loss on Wednesday to finish their season on a high note by winning the Archbishop Carney tournament this weekend. Coach Ditson had predicted that his team would finish the season with a flourish and he was correct. After playing so many tough games this year, the Cavs were battle-hardened and powered their way to the tournament victory. Here is Coach Yoon's tournament summary:
Power of Ideas Tour Exhibit.
Collingwood School hosted the Power of Ideas Tour Exhibit, a celebration of innovation and science as part of Canada's 150th birthday.
Arts Mag celebrates art in a kaleidoscope of forms by showcasing the talents of painters, drawers, graphic artists, orators, musicians, singers, actors, poets, writers, sculptors, photographers and designers at Collingwood School.
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Wentworth CW5 News
Félicitations et bienvenue to the CW5 Bilingual News Team! Throughout the year the CW5 team will be covering various stories taking place on campus and sharing video reports with the rest of the school in assembly.
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1:8Teacher to Student Ratio
20Average Class Size
26# of AP Courses Offered
31Provincial Athletic Championships
1,260# of Students