Please note that the Grade 6 Emerald is cancelled due to weather and road conditions. A call will be made on the Grade 7 Emerald tomorrow morning by 8:30am.
Mr. Esaw's History 12 class had an incredible field trip last week, where they visited museums, Legions, weaponry, and monuments.
This weekend, the Vancouver College Debate Team clinched its 5th Regional Championship title and twelfth consecutive provincial appearance. Alan Milligan and Nicholas Viegas led the team to win all five of their debates, clinching first place for VC in the senior category.
Last week we were lucky enough to have forensics officer Constable Dominic Toa come and work with some of our boys in grade 9 science. Constable Toa explained the science behind footprint and fingerprint identification, as well as how to discern certain information from clues at a crime scene. Read more...
'Mr. Weaver? Can I make an appointment with you? There's something really bothering me...'
I consider myself blessed to hear this request dozens of times a week, because it means I might have the opportunity to help one of our fine young men navigate a tricky situation and learn from the experience. However, recently I've noticed that a fair proportion of these requests actually have less to do with the self and more to do with others and the greater good.
Tickets for VC and LFA's production of Romeo and Juliet are on sale now! You can buy your tickets here. Any ticketing questions can be sent to Fani Zelis at email@example.com
On January 16, 2018, Canadian National Amateur Team member Chris Crisologo (VC'14) took the lead at the South American Amateur Golf Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
This class project was inspired by John Burningham's children's book 'John Patrick Norman McHennessy - The Boy Who was Always Late'.
These stories are about a boy who continuously arrives late to school because of the outrageous incidents he confronts.