The senior rugby team defeated Rockridge 26-15 yesterday to win back The Hatch Shield. The Hatch Shield is awarded to the winner of the first league game of the year between Collingwood and Rockridge. Since these two rugby powerhouses are always contending for first-place in the AA Lower Mainland league, this game always has huge significance.
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 never ending deluge of rain this spring has played havoc with the high school tennis circuit. With this in mind, the ISA tennis gurus decided to split the junior tournament into a Lower Mainland and Island affair. The three Lower Mainland schools met on Monday at UBC. Our junior boys were victorious as they knocked off both St. George's and West Point Grey. This is a terrific accomplishment. Here is a report from Coach Vidic.
Coach Ayotte has once again sent in one of her amazing reports on the track team. Once again, our Collingwood athletes are tearing up the track and qualifying for the North Shore Championships. Here is her report:
The senior girls' soccer team came through with a very clutch performance on Monday to win their first league game of the year. Coach Mulock sends in this report on their big win:
The Grade 10 rugby team is in the midst of an outstanding season. When they headed out to the BC Junior 7's Championships last Friday morning, they felt they had a good chance to win their pool and advance. As it turned out, the team did exceedingly well and was unlucky to lose their final two games. Both losses were in heartbreaking fashion, but the team should be very proud of their 4th place finish in this tough event that involved almost all the top AA, AAA, AAAA teams in the province. Here is Mr. Hall's report:
Wednesday, April 26
8:45 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Foundation Student Centre
Collection Dates: April 24 & 25, Wentworth & Morven Campuses
The senior rugby team started yesterday's game against Sentinel in a very giving mood. Time and time again they gave the ball back to the Spartans through poor execution and mental mistakes. Despite complete domination in the early going, the Cavs found new and wonderful ways to squander sure try opportunities. However, the team was able to overcome this horrible start and put together a terrific 20-minutes of play where they scored four quick tries to earn an automatic bonus point.
In the fall, the students in Mme Mofazali's grade 12 and AP French classes participated in the annual National Essay Contest called French for the Future. This year's topic was a letter, in French, addressed to their future self that they would read in 10 years. This year's essay was judged by Colonel Chris Hadfield. The winners were announced on March 7th and we are pleased to announce that Kassandra Heilbron, Samir Damji, Maegan Beres and Natalie Cressey were awarded scholarships to attend French universities across Canada. To read their essays, please visit the French for the Future website at http://french-future.org/national-essay-contest-2016-2017/
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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