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Posted on Friday, January 27, 2017
The year of the Rooster! Every culture has special traditions and celebrates significant events. The Chinese culture is no exception. The most important of these events is the Lunar New Year. As the name suggests, Lunar New Year follows the Lunar calendar. This year,  January 28 will mark the year of the rooster. To celebrate this special occasion, on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 the Mandarin club teachers and the team from Yu-Shan Chinese culture organized several activities for the students... Read More
Posted on Friday, January 27, 2017
Busting stereotypes is only one of the goals of a new program researchers have started to unite the Arts and Science worlds.  Do people who love Science have to hate Drama?  Are there really two categories of people? These are the fundamental questions behind this one-of-a-kind workshop run by a team from the University of Toronto and Tarragon Theatre.  U of T professor Carol Ann Burke and her teaching assistant Alison McAvella are conducting research into the growing number of students who are... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2017
  When students crossed over from the Lower School this past fall to begin their journey in the Prep School, a new musical experience presented itself.  Grade 6 students began learning to play a variety of brass and woodwind instruments. (flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, trumpet, French horn, trombone, baritone, and tuba) On Thursday, February 2 at 5:30 pm, our young musicians will delight family and friends with a display of their newly acquired talent. But this is not a... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2017
***Jenny Weng is a Grade 8 student in the Prep School at Bayview Glen who spent her holiday doing something a little different. She graced the stage for multiple performances in the Nutcracker. This is her first hand account.*** I started dancing when I was 6 years old. I knew that my passion was ballet because of the way I loved and admired the art so much. Ballet is both very precise and hard. It's hard and requires lot's of determination on the inside but looks elegant and beautiful on the... Read More
Posted on Monday, January 16, 2017
Two of Bayview Glen's robotics teams had outstanding results at the FIRST LEGO League (FLL)  East Provincial Championships this past weekend at UOIT/Durham College campus in Oshawa. Ctrl Z won top prize winning the Champions Award first place and will now move on to the FIRST Championships in St. Louis. Team RED won the core value award for inspiration for their performance.  Both teams were two of seven to be invited to the prestigious Ontario Global Innovation Celebration to be held next... Read More
Upper School student reading to younger child
Posted on Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Bayview Glen has an amazing reputation for its outstanding support for the MS Read-A-Thon, and was once again recognized as the top fundraising school in Canada for the 2015-2016 campaign, raising $14,000! This year’s MS-Read-A-Thon will commence with the kick-off assemblies for Gr. 1-5 students at the Lower School on Friday, January 13, 2017. Students are already excitedly awaiting the announcement of prizes and class contests for this year’s campaign. Please support your child’s efforts to... Read More
Photo of students from BioBuilders club
Posted on Monday, January 9, 2017
Bayview Glen's BioBuilders club is featured in this month's MIT newsletter on science research projects.  Researchers at the world renown institution founded the BioBuilders initiative with the hopes of encouraging more young people to explore the wonders of science. Teams choose a research topic with the goal of creating an innovative solution to a problem. Students spend months collaborating and problem solving with each other and with teams from around the world. Final presentations are made... Read More
Posted on Friday, December 9, 2016
Bayview Glen began its partnership with Adventure Place- Better Beginnings as it was just launching its Holiday Hamper Programme in 2001.  The charitable organization works with young, vulnerable families to ensure healthy development of children up to six years of age. These families may be new to the country and having difficulty learning a new language, finding work, coping with a restricted budget, or finding it challenging accessing community services. Each class and mentor group at... Read More
Picture of movie poster
Posted on Thursday, December 1, 2016
Carley Allison '13 was a remarkable young person who touched countless lives with her talent, compassion and positive attitude. As a student at Bayview Glen, she was often spotted helping others in the hallway, playing the piano in the theatre or pitching in to organize an event for the community. In her final year at the school, she was diagnosed with a rare 1 in 3.5 billion form of sarcoma. Through her illness, Carley thought of others and constantly reassured those around her. She went on... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
With stunning photography, powerful storytelling and creative art design, Bayview Glen's first ever school wide magazine was extremely well received by the greater community. Viewpoint was mailed to hundreds of homes last month and has now be posted in a flipbook format.  A committee comprised of staff and faculty worked hard shaping the look, feel and content of the publication. The inaugural edition highlights stories from the past and also celebrates the impressive accomplishments of our... Read More

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