The Wentworth production of "Peter Pan Jr" starts tomorrow night. Shows at 6pm in the Katz-Telfer Gym on the 24th and 25th. Tickets available at Wentworth reception.
Morven Campus Gr. 8-12
Collingwood’s Morven campus houses our 600 Grade 8 to 12 students.
Students learn in a secure, vibrant and enriching atmosphere where strong school spirit, a sense of belonging and pride of accomplishment prevail. With a dedicated faculty, all students participate in Academics, Arts, Athletics and Service — the components of The Four Strands — essential to a good education and the growth of a well-rounded citizen.
We are ranked as one of the top five university preparatory schools in British Columbia, with a national reputation for speech and debate, the performing arts, outdoor education, global service projects and a fully developed Advanced Placement program.
Wednesday, December 7
AP Exam Registration Deadline
It took a while for the sun to actually arrive this spring, but when it has appeared our cricket team has managed to fit two games in against arch-rival St. George's. Senor Diaz has barely been able to contain his joy as the Cavs have hammered the Dragons in both matches. Here is his report:
The Grad Class of 2017 is excited to be hosting their final fundraiser of the year – the Cookies & Pies Sale!
Funds raised will aid both the Backpack Buddies Foundation and the Soup Kitchen Program, two initiatives that have held great significance in the Collingwood community over the past few years.
Last year, Collingwood won the Lower Mainland AA Rugby Championship 11-10 on the last play of the game. This year, the team scored four beautiful first-half tries to speed to a 24-0 lead and then cruised to a 41-12 victory. The win means that the Cavs have now won the AA New Zealand Shield a record 12 times since 1996.
Three years ago, the NSSSAA introduced a new trophy for high school golf on the North Shore. All schools whether A, AA or AAA would compete for the North Shore Golf Championship trophy and banner. Therefore, Collingwood would get a chance to test themselves against all the bigger schools.
The senior rugby team will be playing in their 7th straight Lower Mainland AA Final today. The Cavs will be facing McMath from Richmond who will be making their first appearance in the championship game. Both teams have enjoyed very successful seasons. Collingwood is currently ranked #2 in the province, while McMath is ranked #4. Collingwood has won the AA New Zealand Shield a record 11 times so the Cavs hope to make it an even dozen today.
Collingwood's mountain bike team has a storied past. It has always been a small but hearty group of young men and women. It is a team that is not always in the spotlight, but it is a team where all have been welcome and where our athletes have always thrived. This year's team has done very well. Here is a season recap from Coach Ramsden:
The golf team competed in the Lower Mainland Championships at Northlands Golf Course yesterday. Coach Payne reports that we took a very strong team to make sure there were no doubts about qualifying for provincials. In the end, this was never in doubt as the team won the event by 26 strokes.
Head of Morven
Head of Byrd House
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Head of Houssian House
Head of Mackenzie House
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