Love. It’s an obvious topic for the week of Valentine’s. Easy. Yet, when we look at what’s happening in the world, it feels as though divisiveness (in politics and in communities) is on the rise. The sense that we’re all connected in a way that transcends particular regional or faith identities is under pressure. In
The SMUSpaper sits down with the two students playing Coalhouse Walker Jr. in the Senior School musical, Ragtime
We are excited to introduce you to the five finalists of The Best School Year Ever contest
Middle School Humanities and Mandarin teacher Ms. Amanda Chen is highlighted in this week's SMUS Teacher Feature
The Lieutenant Governor of B.C. visited our Junior School and took
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Head of School Bob Snowden explores the topic of leadership as it relates to character, behaviours and role models
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SMUS Education Extension is running spring break camps again this year and they are looking for volunteers. They need volunteers who would like to help out with a baking camp and a sports camp for children that takes place the week of March 20-24. The baking camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon and the sports camp
Volleyball The Grade 6 girls volleyball team wrapped up their season by hosting their final Jamboree on Valentine’s Day. Throughout the entire recreational season, the athletes were all very motivated to learn the fundamentals and showed wonderful progress in playing as a team. The goal of their games was to have fun. And they did,
One of the most important parts of a SMUS education is our focus on personalized learning. For more than 15 years – even before there was a name for it – personalization was seen as integral in ensuring each student’s success. And that success couldn’t have been possible without your support through the annual Dream Big fund. “The
Senior School English teacher Ms. Susan MacDonald is highlighted in this week's SMUS Teacher Feature
The BC Cancer Agency has openings for volunteers in their cafe, in hospitality, as a new patient host, and in the chemotherapy room. Please contact Volunteer Services at email@example.com or 250-519-5500 ext. 693747. You can also apply online. Beacon Hill Villa is a care home located in James Bay. They are always looking for volunteers
"When Michael [Symons] was going through some family boxes, he came across a special half-penny Bank of Montreal token from 1844, which he gifted to the BMO branch."
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Senior School students will soon pick their classes for next year. Before they do, we're hosting a Course Information Evening (Feb. 7) to help students and parents learn about choosing the right high school courses
Grade 1 teacher Ms. Jennifer Leyh is highlighted in this week's SMUS Teacher Feature
The Friends of Uplands Park “No Ivy League” is instrumental in the removal of invasive species from the park. They meet every Sunday from 1-3 p.m. (from February 5 to March 26). Please meet at Cattle Point at the first boat ramp. Tools, gloves and tips are provided. For more information contact Margaret at 250-595-8084. No need to
Basketball, volleyball and squash are covered in this week's SMUS Athletics Weekly
AP Human Geography students learn about migration by researching and mapping their family histories
Alumni Mike Fuailefau ’10 and Luke McCloskey '10 help Canada to a fourth-place finish at the 2017 Wellington Sevens tournament
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The Heights at Mt. View – Baptist Housing is looking for volunteers for their Music and Memory Program. Volunteers will assist program participants (all participants have dementia) in finding music they enjoy. You will also create and edit playlists for them and check in and monitor their responses to different music. Volunteers will also assist
Middle School science and technology teacher Mr. George Floyd is highlighted in this week's SMUS Teacher Feature