Maddie Connell and Natalie Dalton led the senior field hockey team to a gold and silver medal at the BC Championships over the past two years. Maddie and Nat are not only dominant at the high school level, they caught the eye of the national team selectors some time ago. Thus, it was no surprise that they were once again named to the Canadian Field Hockey Junior Development Squad this past week. Maddie was named to the Tier 1 squad and Nat is a key member of the Tier 2 group.
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 has been in fine form in the new year. The squad has posted two league victories and played well this weekend in the Capilano University Tournament. Here is a report from Coach Morris:
For the first time in Collingwood history, the senior boys' and girls' basketball teams have combined to run a joint tournament. This meant that the teams were scheduled to play back-to-back. However, at the last minute a girls' team dropped out so the junior girls' team was pressed into action. Thus, the opening game featured the junior girls versus Crofton's senior team. If the junior team was intimidated, it did not show as they came away with an impressive overtime victory. The senior girls followed this up with a thrashing of West Van. Sadly, the boys could not make it a hat-trick of victories as they fell to Carson Graham.
Please join Andrea Kelsall, our school nurse and certified Sexual Health Educator, for an opportunity to hear about the Collingwood Sexual Health program, along with some advice on how to have some of these "tough" talks at home.Date: Monday January 23rd, 2017
Location: Foundation Student Centre, Wentworth Campus
The senior girls' basketball team defeated the West Van Highlanders 52-23 last night to sweep the season series against their local rival. The Cavs seem to be humming along very nicely since their return from Europe. Here is Coach McLaughlin's game report:
Winter Uniform Sale (at the UniShop) will be held on Wednesday January 25th from 8:45 – 10:30 in the FSC at the Wentworth Campus.
The UniShop is an opportunity to purchase gently worn uniforms at a fair price that is often a fraction of the cost of new uniforms.
The Grade 10 boys' basketball team lived up to their #2 ranking in the ISA's as they won their first three games of the tournament before falling to a powerhouse St. George's squad. The Cavs were full value for their silver medal as they pushed Saints hard in the first half. Coach Ditson will lament the defensive breakdowns that allowed Saints to hit three key 3-pointers in the third quarter to blow the game open, but he was nevertheless proud of his team's fine play throughout the tournament. Here is Coach Yoon's summary of the tournament:
The senior girls' basketball team returned from Europe on Sunday night. After an amazing trip involving lots of games, practices and sightseeing, the Cavs were ready to test themselves back in Canada. Obviously, all their hard work in Europe has paid off as they defeated the Sentinel Spartans 45-21. Here is Coach McLaughlin's game report:
The cast and crew of Collingwood School Theatre's production of "Amadeus" did a fantastic job.
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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.
Dav Pilkey Visit
Thank you to Dav Pilkey, author and illustrator of the Captain Underpants book series, for visiting on Friday! The students were thrilled to meet the creator of one of their favourite series and were very excited to get a special autograph!
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.
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.
1:8Teacher to Student Ratio
20Average Class Size
26# of AP Courses Offered
31Provincial Athletic Championships
1,260# of Students