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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
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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
Posted on Thursday, November 17, 2016
Members from Bayview Glen’s award winning robotics team Ctrl-Z welcomed students from the First Nations School of Toronto to the Moatfield campus for an afternoon of learning and collaboration. Ctrl-Z’s reputation for mentoring and running robotic workshops led a representative from FIRST LEGO League (FLL) to suggest the two teams meet and form a partnership. This is the second year for the First Nations School to compete in FLL. The school’s team, Tribe Called Tech, is led by teacher Sharla... Read More
Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2016
By Anthony Chuter - Upper School teacher, Technological Ed.  Who will YOU think about on this Remembrance Day? I owe my life to a coal ship. On June 2nd 1940 and on the beaches of Dunkirk, France, my grandfather, Private and Royal Engineer Alan Chuter, found himself and his unit vastly outgunned and outmanned by the relentless Nazi panzer tanks on the ground and Luftwaffe planes from above. Retreat was the only option as a surrender of around 400,000 British troops may have cost the Allies... Read More
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Posted on Monday, November 7, 2016
The largest newsletter yet is available online. The November edition is bursting with school news and spectacular photography.  
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Posted on Thursday, November 3, 2016
On Saturday, October 29th, current and former members of Team  Ctrl-Z promoted Bayview Glen and FIRST Robotics by presenting their 2015/2016 innovative solution, the Smart Sort Trash Bin, as part of the Young Innovators Showcase at the TAVES Consumer Electronics Show in Richmond Hill. TAVES, which attracted approximately 6,500 attendees, showcased cutting-edge technology and innovation in the areas of virtual reality, drones, gaming, audio, 3D printing and much more.   The team’s Smart Sort... Read More
Student at WE concert
Posted on Tuesday, November 1, 2016
I'm Roya Aboosaidi, a Grade 9 student at Bayview Glen, and I wanted to share with you my experience at WE Day. WE Day is about the celebration of kids making a difference in their local and worldwide communities. The Kielburger brothers founded WE Day with a passion for change. I was lucky enough to get to participate in the inspiring festival on October 19th at the Air Canada Centre. We are fortunate to have everything we do. WE day helps us realize that. It also helps us stand up for what we... Read More
Posted on Monday, October 31, 2016
On October 18, two of our remarkable alumni captivated an early morning audience with stories from their vibrant careers in marketing and communications. Jordan Gracey '01 and Kent Anjo '02 spoke to the Prep and Upper School community in the Learning Common at Moatfield campus about their industries. Jordan, a manager of digital marketing at Volkswagen Canada discussed the importance of building connections with an audience and the impact social media is having on the marketplace. Kent, a... Read More
Students with Assitant Head at event
Posted on Friday, October 28, 2016
On October 7, Bayview Glen welcomed back 65 Alumni and Staff to celebrate Homecoming 2016, an annual tradition that gives alumni the opportunity to reconnect with friends, peers, teachers and staff. This year the theme was Thanksgiving. Decorated in festive fall ornaments and games, the Daunt Dining Hall buzzed with excitement as recent grads shared their experiences and successes since graduation. New to homecoming this year, was BVG’s first annual food-drive, as well as the very popular... Read More

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