Over the weekend of February 17 & 18, our Robocavs participated in a Provincial Qualifier competition hosted at Enver Creek Secondary. Our junior team had a fantastic run, making it to the semi-finals and finishing 3rd. Our intermediate team had an amazing showing scoring 186 points in the skills competition. This won them the Skills award with 3rd ranking in Canada and 13th in the world for skills. The intermediate team then went undefeated and finished first in the qualifying rounds! They followed this by choosing a solid alliance partner and winning the championship. Their skills, their play, and their robot so impressed the judges that they won the Excellence award. These all qualified them for provincials, and if they maintain a world ranking in skills above 35th they qualify for worlds. Keep up the good work Robocavs!
This past weekend, Collingwood hosted the Grade 8 Boys' and Girls' ISA Championships. This was a true basketball extravaganza as there were two 10-team tournaments going on at the same time. There was fantastic energy in the building all weekend long. Collingwood had two girls' teams in the tournament. Both teams played well but found wins hard to come by. The Grade 8 boys fared much better as they won the bronze medal with a solid win over St. George's B. The team also defeated Stratford Hall, but fell to the eventual champions Southridge in their semi-final. Here is a report from Coach Vidic:
The Grade 8 boys had a great finish to their season with a 3rd place finish at the ISA tournament. The team came together to play some of the best basketball of the season. There was a noticeable improvement on the defensive end. Led by Presley Bosa and Subir Toor, the team took control of the paint area with some solid on-ball defense and rebounding. The speedy Nic Wrixon led the offensive charge with his dribble penetration and shooting. Cooper Armstrong also contributed some timely baskets down the stretch. Overall, a very solid team effort.
Subir Tool demonstrating great box-out technique earlier this year.
Matt Hargreaves goes high for a block against Handsworth in a North Shore league game earlier this year.
As Acting Head of School and Head of the Morven Campus, Lisa will lead our experienced Senior Team as they continue Collingwood's important work of preparing young people for meaningful lives.
Ms. Evans pictured here with Head Boy, Michael, and Head Girl, Neeki.
Tuesday, Jan. 30
Wednesday, Jan. 31
8:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Foundation Student Centre (FSC), Wentworth Campus
(Wentworth & Morven sizes)
- gently used (clean) hiking shoes
- waterproof pants and jackets for outdoor school or simply for outside time for the younger grades
- -12 rated adult sized sleeping bags
- adult sized thermarests
- 60L multi-day packs
Visit our Unishop page here for more information.
Our staff and faculty closed out the year in service of others and our community.
Read here for more service stories.
Our very own Dave Speirs will be inducted into the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame this coming May along with his fellow 1991 Canadian Men's National Rugby teammates.
Read the North Shore News article here.
Thank you for your ongoing support of the Explore Program.
Our Senior Jazz Band entered a Canada wide competition held by the CBC called the music class challenge. It has just been announced that they are one of the top 10 finalists!
View their entry here.
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We are pleased to present the 2017 Tartan Fund video. View here.
Your Tartan Fund investment allows our students to fulfill their potential and tackle new ideas, new opportunities and new challenges. Thank you for your support!
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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