'Students of a young age have informed opinions and can make choices that are important to them'
A cross-curricular project sees Middle School students redesigning their school with an eye on sustainability
Three SMUS students were recognized with the League of Canadian Poets' Jessamy Stursberg Poetry Prize
Grade 4 students took part in World Oceans Day by helping to educate the public about the impact humans have on our oceans
Two Grade 11 students will spend their summer working on groundbreaking cancer research at the BC Cancer Agency in Victoria. Christian Turpin and Kevin...
Our outdoor education program blurs the line between learning and building a connection with nature
Ms. Alison McCallum, Head of University Counselling, reflects on her recent eye-opening visit to MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Head of University Counselling Ms. Alison McCallum provides resources from the Course Information Evening and info on how to make course selections
Career Day offers much more for students than simply learning about a career you're interested in
2018 grad Aysha Emmerson talks to the Saanich News about her Zonta International scholarship and her work in the community