On Thursday, the school gathered into the gymnasium for the annual co-curricular assembly. It was a phenomenal demonstration of the commitment and dedication of the staff and students in our community. Points are awarded to students for: school teams, clubs, MVP, MIP, leadership roles, academic prowess (90% average or higher), school bands, choir, and drama
Congratulations to grade 11 student ALEX CHAN for her winning submission to this year’s Spring Poetry Contest, with the theme of “Sweet Nothings.” Her poem The Purple Flower was inspired by a bloom she recently discovered in her backyard garden, and was drawn to the flower’s colouring. Alex will receive a copy of Michael Ondaatje’s
Crestwood’s Senior Ambassadors premiered their “Flawz” video today in Town Hall, a months-long project spearheaded by grade 11 student Gabi Sandler, with a focus on inclusion and accepting differences. The video encourages students to declare their flaws as a means of accepting that nobody — no matter what they say — is perfect. Students and
Grade 8 Tristan Lim received special recognition from the Historica-Dominion Institute for his animated film biography on the life of Sir. John A. Macdonald. This past January 11, Crestwood’s grade 8 History class celebrated the 197th birthday of Sir John A. Macdonald. As part of that celebration,Tristan created a short animated film documenting the life
Recently, students enrolled in Grade 8 History at Crestwood Preparatory College have been studying the life of John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister. To celebrate Macdonald’s 197th birthday, students held a birthday party during junior lunch on Wednesday, January 11, where they shared the posters, skits, speeches and games they created in Macdonald’s honour.