CIS Science Olympics

On Saturday, May 2nd students from grade 4, 5 and 6 offered their time to represent Crestwood at the 24th annual C.I.S. Junior Science Olympics hosted by Crescent School. There were representatives from 9 different schools in attendance. Representing Crestwood were: Grade 4’s Chiara Codron, Leila Agil & Willem Duyker. Grade 5’s: Tamara Nabulsi, William MacInnis &

Problemsolving Paper Writing Ways

The actor Tom Hanks that was famed recently published an op-ed piece within the New York Times titled, “I Owe It-All to Community Universities.” It induced a wake among community students. They compared their activities and replicated on places where their faculties fell limited and methods to conquer those deficiencies.

Whats Your Goal In Life

The name Tichelman, profile that was high arrested girl killer that was call is easily being a household-name, and not a name that is being coated softly. The main reason? It just happened one night, on an enchanted November evening in Santa Cruz, Florida, over a boat day with 51-year old Google government Hayes.

Ways to Get Into Stanford

Revise Report Just how to seek bankruptcy relief Without Your Partner Declaring for bankruptcy without your spouse is actually a complicated treatment that will or may not give you the defense desired by lenders. Lenders continue to be entitled to require the return of the spouse, even although you be given a discharge if your

Getting to know you, Madame Martin.

Bonjour! My name is Madame Martin and I am covering Madame Canrinus’ position as primary French teacher while she takes her maternity leave. Just like Madame Canrinus, I am using the AIM program to teach the kids. I have a long history of french in my background, starting from kindergarten. Actually, it began even earlier

Official Safer Internet Day

The 12th Safer Internet Day will be celebrated worldwide on Tuesday 10 February 2015. The theme for the day is: “Let’s create a better internet together”. All children and young people, parents and carers, teachers and educators, or industry and politicians – are invited to join us in marking the day and working together to build a better internet

Used Uniform Sale Jan.27th

The annual Used Uniform Sale will take place on Tuesday, January 27th from 8-10AM in Room #11 (the last classroom in main hallway of Jr. Building, across from the gym). We will be accepting any used uniform pieces you would like to donate up until the end of next week. Cash only!

Unusual New Dulce Base

Joe Franklins tips in the talk-show format for variety and radio show format for tv have become requirements. Their love of antique showbiz history was renowned. His Ny platform was extended well beyond by their acceptance. January 24, 2015, Franklin died on Saturday. He was not 88 years young. Like a small teenager, Joe wrote


With the cold weather upon us, we are very concerned about keeping your children warm and safe. All students should come to school with the appropriate cold weather clothing.  This should include hats, mitts or gloves, snow pants, a winter coat and boots. Although students do stay inside on extreme cold weather days, they should

How to Establish a Study Theme

Before applying for unemployment funds, determine unemployment benefit amounts. Before they get there, this way people headed towards the unemployment line could calculate unemployment benefits. States typically estimate advantages while in the same manner, in order to get ready in advance. Determine Unemployment Base Intervals Benefits are computed on a foundation time for membership and

Times are a changing…

And so is the weather. It is sad to say but it looks like the days of plus temperatures have gone away until Spring. Please have your sons and daughters bring all necessary warm clothing to school so that they can comfortably enjoy their outdoor recess breaks.

JK Remembers

Little Poppy Given to me Help me keep Canada Safe and free Elias remembers watching the planes fly by Lucas remembers buying hockey cards Ryan B remembers the Soldiers Lyla remembers going to New York Brayden remembers going on a bike ride Jade remembers sleeping at Grandmas house John remembers seeing the marching band Caelan

Crestwood runs the Sporting Life 10k

31 Crestwood students, teachers and alumni ran down Yonge street in the Sporting Life 10k run, in support of Camp Oochigeas. It started off as a cool, rainy day; perfect for a morning jog. Just as we all were approaching the finish line, the sun came out to greet us and cheer us on for

Crestwood Luau is coming…

On Tuesday, May 15, from 1:30-3:10 p.m, Crestwood’s Student Government will be hosting “Crestwood Luau,” this year’s version of the annual Spring Carnival. Students in Grades 7-12 will be treated to an afternoon filled with Hawaiian-themed games, music, food, and much, much more. Highlights of this year’s event will include an air band competition, a

Eco-Action Team Update

We are getting closer to our goal! After our first week, the EcoTeam has already reached nearly $3,500. Please join the Crestwood EcoAction Team and help us reach the $20,000. To join us visit Create an account and then choose join a team. Our team name is Crestwood Prep College and our password is

Grandparents Breakfast

On Monday, April 23, Crestwood will be celebrating its 3rd Annual Veterans/Grandparents Breakfast. When the school was started, the Grandparents’ Breakfast was among our first traditions, so Crestwood grandparents could visit the school and spend some time and breakfast with their grandchildren. Three years ago, we combined the Grandparents’ Breakfast with the Oral History Project.

University of Waterloo Math Contest

The University of Waterloo Math Contests are quickly approaching. These contests are fun, and they look fantastic on a University application. The dates are as follows: Pascal (Grade 9), Cayley (Grade 10), & Fermat (Grade 11) – Thursday, February 23, 2012 Euclid (Grade 12) – Wednesday, April 11 Gauss (Grades 7 & 8) – Wednesday,

Sporting Life 10k

Many staff and students at Crestwood are once again getting ready to participate in the Sporting Life 10k on May 13, in support of Camp Oochigeas. Parents are encouraged to join the Crestwood team! Our training program will start up during the week following the March Break, with running practice after school on Tuesdays and

Grade 7 and 8 Speech Finals

Our annual Grade 7 and 8 Speech Competition was held on Tuesday February 7. Teachers, parents and peers assembled in the cafeteria to support and applaud speeches written and presented by finalists chosen from each class. The Grade 7 finalists were Jordana Stal, Marissa Rosenberg, Noah Chiang and Chris Sanders. The grade 7 students were

Multicultural Day

On February 10th, 2012 the students in the grade 9 Geography of Canada course will in participating in Crestwood’s annual Multicultural Day celebration. This event allows for students to expand upon their understanding of the variety of cultures that have come together to help create the diversity that makes Canada so unique. Please come by

News from Guidance

1. The COLLEGE application deadline is February 1st for equal consideration of a student’s program choices. If your son or daughter is thinking about the wealth of opportunities in College in a diploma or degree course, please have your son/daughter see one of the counsellors to help with the online application. 2. Please check with

per School SPIRIT WEEK!

Spirit week begins next week! Here is what to look out for each day: Monday: Late Start (Staff Meeting) Crazy hat and hair day (Free Grub Day) Staff vs. Student Reach for the Top game Tuesday: Crazy sock/shoe day Staff vs. Student Basketball game Wednesday: Jersey Day Varsity Boys Basketball Game @2pm Thursday: Crazy tie/scarf

Alice in Wonderland

This spring, the drama department will be presentating a musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland onstage in the school gymnasium. Plans are well underway — but we would love your help! If you would like to contribute in any way (i.e. set contruction, costuming, hair/makeup) please contact Ms. Nicole Bryant (

University of Waterloo Math Contest

The University of Waterloo Math Contests are fast approaching. The dates are: Pascal – Math 9 students – Thursday, February 23, 2012 Cayley – Math 10 students – Thursday, February 23, 2012 Fermat – Math 11 students – Thursday, February 23, 2012 Euclid – Math 12 students – Wednesday, April 11, 2012 Gauss – Math

Happy Birthday John A. Macdonald

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.

Crestwood Preparatory College Alumni Make Canada’s Junior Hockey Team

Freddie Hamilton, Dougie Hamilton and Jamie Oleksiak, three former Crestwood Preparatory College students, earned spots on Canada’s Junior Team that will compete in the upcoming World Championships starting on December 26th in Calgary and Edmonton. All three boys played together at Crestwood before departing in order to try to fulfilling their dream of playing in