Academics

Levidrome - Times Colonist

SMUS in the News: Let’s All Say ‘Levidrome’!

The Times Colonist highlights the continued push to get Grade 2 student Levi Budd's word 'levidrome' into the dictionary
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SMUS in the News: Oxford Responds to Grade 1 Wordsmith’s ‘Levidrome’ Quest

A rundown of the latest news stories highlight Grade 2 student Levi's quest to get the word 'levidrome' added to the dictionary
Amy Stark

SMUS Teacher Feature: Ms. Amy Stark

Middle School Humanities teacher Ms. Amy Stark is highlighted in this week's SMUS Teacher Feature
Levidrome - Oak Bay News

SMUS in the News: Student’s “Levidrome” Pitch Gains Momentum with William Shatner, Urban Dictionary Boosts

Grade 2 SMUS student Levi's progress to get 'levidrome' into the dictionary is chronicled in a series of Oak Bay News articles

Why the Playground is an Important Classroom

We explore why the Junior School playground is an important classroom for children to develop skills that are hard to teach in a purely academic setting

SMUS Teacher Feature: Mr. Andrew Murgatroyd

Senior School math teacher – and 2002 grad – Mr. Andrew Murgatroyd is highlighted in this week's Teacher Feature

University Counselling

Alison McCallum

Our University Counsellors Answer Some Parent Questions

Director of University Counselling, Alison McCallum, responds to some questions asked by parents about university prep
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It’s Course Selection Season!

Head of University Counselling Ms. Alison McCallum provides resources from the Course Information Evening and info on how to make course selections
Kate Knight

What Does a University Counsellor Do?

University counsellor Ms. Kate Knight details how she and her colleagues support students in achieving their post-secondary goals
Alison McCallum

Summer Plans: Looking to the Future

Ms. Alison McCallum, Head of Universtiy Counselling, outlines a number of great opportunities for summer holiday experiences

Course Planning: All Eyes on September

January at SMUS means a focus on course planning for the next school year to help students make informed decisions about their high school courses