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Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
They came, they dropped off, the pile grew!  Bayview Glen's fist ever Textile Recycling Drive surpassed everyone's expectations as the donations continued to pour in. With a determination to help Mother Earth, our community went to their closets, garages and crawl spaces and cleared out all the old clothes, stuffed animals and sheets they could find. The result was a whopping 600 cubic feet of donations which could fill a classroom 2 feet deep.  The Earth Day initiative was a fundraiser... Read More
Troy and Jordyn in Florida
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2017
On April 9, Mr. Hammond, Director of University Counselling, met with Jordyn Listro ’13 during his counsellor tour at the University of Tampa in Florida, USA. Jordyn is currently studying at the University of South Florida, and she has been part of the USF Women’s Soccer Team for the past four years (‘Go Bulls!’). Jordyn’s next plan is to play in a professional women’s soccer league in Europe. Jordyn has many fond memories of her time at Bayview Glen and she credits the school with providing... Read More
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2017
Hi, I’m Leela Bhide and I’m in L5A. Being part of the Annual CIS Public Speaking Contest has been a wonderful experience. The final competition was held at Royal St. George’s College (RSGC). I can’t believe I got to represent Bayview Glen with my speech: The Do’s and Don’t’s of Travelling. I spoke about how to be safe while travelling and some fun suggestions to make it more memorable. To get to the RSGC contest, I went through three rounds at Bayview Glen in which the judges and audiences were... Read More
Posted on Monday, April 10, 2017
Energy poverty- that is a theme a group of Upper School students have spent weeks discussing and debating. The challenge? How best to help India's poorest families who rely on kerosene lanterns to provide light in their homes. It's all part of the Global Ideas Institute. The programme is run by the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.  After months of work in their home schools, students from all over Toronto gather in April to present their ideas to a prestigious panel... Read More
Posted on Friday, April 7, 2017
Bayview Glen is at an exciting time in its history. The Duncan Mill campus is about to undergo a massive transformation with an emphasis on innovative learning spaces and expanded facilities. The Board of Directors and Head of School, Eileen Daunt will share the details of the campus master plan at a community gathering Monday, April 24 at 5:15 p.m. in the J.T.M. Guest Theatre. Details of the project design and target dates will be announced. For a close up view of the Lower School’s... Read More
Posted on Friday, April 7, 2017
Bayview Glen is at an exciting time in its history. The Duncan Mill campus is about to undergo a massive transformation with an emphasis on innovative learning spaces and expanded facilities. The Board of Directors and Head of School, Eileen Daunt will share the details of the campus master plan at a community gathering Monday, April 24 at 5:15 p.m. in the J.T.M. Guest Theatre. Details of the project design and target dates will be announced. For a close up view of the Lower School’s new... Read More
Posted on Thursday, April 6, 2017
Bayview Glen’s award-winning robotics team, Ctrl-Z, was invited to formally pitch their Pinder Pet Finder to the York Angel Investors on March 30th at the York Downs Golf & Country Club in Unionville.      As part of the 2016/2017 FIRST LEGO League season,‎ Ctrl-Z designed a Bluetooth-enabled pet smart collar that helps reunite lost pets with their families. With the help of extensive research, consultation, surveys and hard work, the team developed a prototype that has been receiving... Read More
Posted on Monday, April 3, 2017
It's an idea that packs a triple punch.  Recycling textiles helps the environment, generates money and lightens the load for those looking to do their spring cleaning. The Bayview Glen Student Executive Council and the Parent Association have joined together for a fundraiser this month with a green twist - just in time for Earth Day.  The Textile Recycling Campaign involves an arrangement with a local Textile Waste Diversion Company that will give the school 10 cents for every pound of... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
"Fear should not guide our humanity".  Simon Wisenthal The much anticipated Tour For Humanity bus pulled up in front of our Moatfield campus this morning for a day full of compelling discussion and learning.  The mobile classroom is so in demand, schools are booking visits two years in advance. The programme is run by the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies with the goal of talking to as many people as possible about diversity, democracy, and Canadian civic rights and... Read More
Posted on Friday, March 17, 2017
Since the Vancouver BC regional visit in October 2016, the Alumni Relations Office has been actively working with Mr. Troy Hammond, Director of University Counselling, to organize regional visits and reconnect with Bayview Glen alumni around the world. On January 26, Ms. Mandy Lau, Director of Alumni Relations, met with Phillip Nadjafov ’15 who is studying at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles while attending the CASE Alumni Relations Conference. From February 21-27, Mr.... Read More

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