Last week, Grade 5 students had the opportunity to visit Crawford Lake and learn about the life of the First Nations peoples and the property itself which is connected to their unit studied in Social Studies.
It was a fun and educational trip filled with ...
This morning in French class, Grade 2 students learned that computers will always do what you tell them to do, but not necessarily what you want them to do. By working with Bee-Bots (robots that introduce children to coding and computational thinking), the students ...
On Saturday, members of the High School Athletic Association raked leaves at 15 houses in the school community! The event was an effort to raise money for the Woodland Cultural Centre's Save the Evidence campaign - which "raises awareness and support for the ...
With yesterday's field trip to the Toronto Zoo still fresh in their memories, students in Mrs. Leung's Grade 1 class worked on their journal entries this morning. The children took this opportunity to reflect on their first field trip of the year as they continued ...
Intermediate Division student council elections were held this week. We are pleased to announce the winners!
2021/2022 Intermediate Division Student Council:
Prime Ministers: Luke Hogan & Nayha GillDeputy Prime Minister: Michael KisGrade 6 Ministers: Taiga ...
The Mentor College High School Senior Tie Award recognizes the outstanding students who strive for academic excellence, take part in many of the extracurricular opportunities, lead by example, and exemplify life as a student in our school community.
For the past two weeks, Grade 11 Healthy Active Living students have been learning about the sport of wheelchair basketball. In addition to the upper-body training, students have also gained a deeper respect for the daily experience of those who use a wheelchair ...
Many of us started projects at the beginning of the pandemic and didn't stick with it but Class of 2016 grads Emily Crowe, Marissa Parker, and Tracy Wu have kept a wonderful project alive. "Sending You Sunshine" is a project that sends handwritten cards of support to ...
We are so pleased to see our students on the rink! This morning, Mr. Sweeney had the boys in his PPL2O class on the ice - with several of the students on skates for the first time! Well done! Scheduled class skates continue through the week.
We are celebrating our 40th anniversary this year by sharing memories and telling our story. We are proud to share with you the first instalment in this series of videos that looks back on Mentor College & TEAM School.
Watch the first instalment of the video!
With the return of extracurriculars, the high school Junior Band was able to assemble for a full band practice Thursday after school. Mr. D'Aguilar impressed upon the band members what a privelege it was that they were finally able to get back to playing music ...
Congratulations alpine skiers for a clean sweep!
The team brought home four trophies and seven medals after competing at the 2022 ROPSSAA Championships. The athletes are skilled, the team has bonded perfectly, and the results are fantastic. The Mentor Level 1 ...
We are celebrating our 40th anniversary this year by sharing memories and telling our story. We are happy to share episode 2 with you! In this instalment, we hear about the connections formed between staff and students and the beginning of a school community!
We love the creativity and spirit our High School students and staff have shown today for Anything But A Backpack Day!
Almost 70 students attended archery practices this spring and Mr. Whyte was desperately seeking assistance. With the help of Mr. Starkey, a post was made in the Alumni Facebook group and 10 past archers offered to help at Saturday morning practices.
This past ...
We leave you this week with a video recap of last Friday's Relay For Life event. We are so proud of our Grade 11 Leadership students for organizing this event - which surpassed all expectations by raising over $50,000 for cancer research. Great job, Ms. Young and ...
Grade 4s took a trip across the field this morning to visit the Main Campus. The Grade 5 tour guides welcomed the Grade 4s and showed them around the school - introducing them to the people and places that will be part of their daily life next year in Grade 5!
Grade 11 Leadership classes are heading north for the weekend! The students and their teachers will be spending the weekend at the Outdoor Education Centre in Gravenhurst - where they will have the opportunity to apply the skills they have been learning in class. We ...
The junior boys' badminton team dominated in their ROPSSAA Finals game Friday, ending a perfect winning season with a 7-0 victory against Harold Brathwaite Secondary School. The team clinched ROPSSAA badminton gold for the first time in Mentor history!
The boys ...
We are proud to announce that Grade 10 student Raad Khan placed 7th in Ontario at the HOSA Spring Leadership Conference. HOSA (Future Health Professionals, formerly Health Occupations Students of America) is a global student-led organization, whose mission is to ...
The HS Chess Club meets Thursdays during lunch in room 119. Whether you are interested in standard chess or Chinese chess, players of all skill levels are welcome to join!
Students in Ms. Vieira, Ms. Brennan, and Ms. Sarna's Grade 6 classes spent the day learning about the adaptations and biodiversity of the different types of life that exist in Ontario. While exploring the forests and fields throughout Mounstberg Conservation Park, ...
The Primary Division would like to congratulate its first Rock Paper Scissors School Champion: Talia Bahrani!
Over the course of the past few weeks, students have taken part in a school wide RPS Tournament with class winners, a grade-level winners, and ...
The Grades 5-8 Art Club had a lot of fun exploring Pop Art this term. Students experimented with a variety of media such as oil pastels and acrylic paints. The bright colours in their paintings made their modern landscapes really pop! Paintings will be on display ...
This Sunday, Mentor's DECA team participated in the regional competition, in Whitby. The hard work helped the team reach new heights in achievement. Overall, the 47 students won 63 ribbons and a Mentor record of twelve medals for the top three overall results.
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