Collingwood School

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.

Recent News

Holly Robertshaw scored a hat-trick to lead the senior field hockey team to their ninth straight North Shore Championship. Collingwood's field hockey program has dominated the North Shore AA division for almost a decade now as they have won eight AA championships and one AAA championship in the past nine years.

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The senior volleyball team spent the past weekend in Seattle. This terrific initiative was put together by Coaches Morris, Lee and Garib. By all accounts, it was a fantastic trip. Here is a report from Coach Morris:

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The cross-country team will compete in the Zone Championships on Wednesday. Collingwood will be sending 23 athletes to this event. This is a new record for the team and the coaches are confident that a number of these runners will qualify for the BC Championships. Here is Coach Ayotte's report on last week's races:

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With the North Shore AA Championship game this coming Monday, the senior field hockey team has taken extraordinary steps to seek out competition to get them ready to defend their North Shore and BC titles. The team has rented turf time in Surrey so they can play two exhibition games against top notch AAA teams. This will also give the Cavs a chance to acquaint themselves with the Tamanawis Fields where the BC Championships take place this year.

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When the senior volleyball team found themselves down 22-16 in the first game to the Sentinel, it did not look like they were about to whitewash their local rivals. However, Hazel Atkins stepped up and then served the game out as the Cavs scored nine straight points to stun the Spartans.

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The Grade 9 volleyball team defeated Sentinel 3-1 earlier this week. This was an important win for the squad. The Cavs played with confidence, which definitely made a difference on their serve reception and defence.

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The senior soccer team overcame a two-goal deficit yesterday to defeat Sutherland 3-2 in penalty kicks. This crucial win has pushed the Cavs into a three-way tie for 4th place in the tough North Shore league. Collingwood can break this tie with a win over Seycove this afternoon.

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The swim team competed in the ISA Championships last Friday. The team did very well finishing 4th out of 15 schools. Here are the top results from the meet:

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House Olympics

The sun was out for our 2nd annual Morven House Olympics where students competed in a variety of events.

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Student News

Arts Mag

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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Ad Verum

For the students, by the students. The AdVerum is Collingwood’s online student newspaper. We strive to share,entertain and inform the Collingwood community of what’s happening in our world and beyond.

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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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Photo of the day

Staff vs. Students Basketball

A few of our staff took on our senior boys basketball team (AA Provincial Champions) and won the game!

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Life on campus

We offer specialized programs that include an array of Advanced Placement courses, an integrated robotics curriculum, a rigorous public speaking and debating program, and a diverse outdoor education experience that immerses our students in British Columbia’s vast natural environment.

Collingwood at a Glance

A Collingwood education stretches students from an early age in all aspects of their lives, challenges them to venture into the unknown and provides them with a rigorous university preparatory curriculum. Our students are prepared for the challenges ahead as they expand their horizons across the globe in the pursuit of promising and meaningful futures.

  • 1:8

    Teacher to Student Ratio
  • 20

    Average Class Size
  • 26

    # of AP Courses Offered
  • 31

    Provincial Athletic Championships
  • 1,260

    # of Students

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