Thanks to the passion and dedication of HS teacher Mr. Sweeney, Mentor College was recently named a "COVID Hero". The actions of this Mentor COVID Hero go back to the cold winter months - when Mr. Sweeney (with help from Mr. Starkey, Mr. Miller, Mr. Simpson, Ms. ...
The summertime at our schools is when we take the opportunity to upgrade infrastructure and this year, it was time to upgrade the rooftop HVAC units at the Main and Primary Campuses. The 37 new units are more energy-efficient, capable of moving more air (both fresh ...
It was great to welcome students back to school today! We wish everyone a safe, successful, and productive 2021-2022 school year!
Students in the TEAM, Primary, and Intermediate Divisions headed to the field, track, and sidewalk yesterday and today in the annual Terry Fox Run. What a great opportunity for students to enjoy time outdoors and to get some physical activity and raise funds for a ...
For a limited time, High School students have the opportunity to purchase Marauder-branded T-shirts, hoodies, and more! The online locker is open from today until October 11. Items are shipped directly home. Shipping is free for orders over $75.
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Cheese! It is Photo Day today in the High School Division! Students and staff have been keeping a safe distance and showing off their smiles as they file in and out of O'Brien Hall. On Friday, it is the TEAM, TSS, and Intermediate Divisions - followed by the Primary ...
Members of the mountain biking club (aka "rain or shine" club) had their first practice yesterday riding through the Cawthra Estate trails. After a few minor trail miscalculations, all 12 riders successfully made it back to the school!
Over the past four years, our Grade 12 students have been working towards this goal: university admissions. Today marked the beginning of University Week. Ms. Walmark, head of guidance, met virtually with Grade 12 students to review their Guide to Grade 12 Graduation ...
This year, the Mentor College annual University Fair moved online. It was a resounding success! There were 21 schools from four different provinces in attendance, and 113 students from Grades 11 and 12 were able to meet with up to four schools for half-hour Teams ...
Today was our annual Alumni Morning. Grade 12 students met with alumni currently attending undergraduate or post-graduate programs in Canada and abroad.
Grade 12s submitted their questions about the university admissions process, the workload of a first-year ...
October 13th and 14th saw golfers from all over Ontario gather at Sawmill GCC to compete in the OFSAA Golf Championships. Ainsley Fink gained experience during her first round, and with grit and determination, bettered her first day score by 16 strokes in round two. ...
The mountain biking team finished its season on Saturday by hitting the trails at Kelso in Milton. Coaches Sweeney, Miller, and Borkhoff were impressed with the growth in team members' riding skills and confidence. Special mention goes to Mark Hogan who won the time ...
The High School Sudent Council has started an event on Fridays where seniors can use sidewalk chalk to show off their artistic talents and spread cheer! We must do this while the weather is nice, and each week rains wash the creations away to invite new artists the ...
Students in Ms. Bahl's Grade 7 class were in the dome this morning playing Ultimate Frisbee. This year, in order to minimize contact, Intermediate Division students enjoy co-ed physical education class with their cohort. Teacher Ms. Masterton starts off the year with ...
After a couple of weeks of discussion about the various federal parties and the election system, students in Ms. Suri’s (8E) and Mr. Poonah’s (8A) classes cast their votes for a federal leader today in a mock election. Instead of voting for candidates based on their ...
This morning, students in Mrs. Pascual's Grade 4 class were in computers class - where they were practicing coding. By playing the game Lightbot, students learn programming concepts by giving commands to a little robot as it navigates a maze.
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