Senior School

Senior School Academics

Student-Run Café Supports Green Coffee Farming in Brazil

Grade 10 students give back to a small coffee farm in Brazil to help it become a more environmentally friendly business

Help Share the News That The Best School Year Ever is Back!

Check out the new The Best School Year Ever® video and learn more about this year's scholarship contest.

Should We Lower the Voting Age in Canada?

'Students of a young age have informed opinions and can make choices that are important to them'
Alison McCallum

MIT: It’s More Than Science and Tech

Ms. Alison McCallum, Head of University Counselling, reflects on her recent eye-opening visit to MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Alison McCallum

Selecting Courses for Next Year

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

The Hidden Benefits of SMUS’s Career Day

Career Day offers much more for students than simply learning about a career you're interested in

Senior School Arts

Spring Break Trip 2019: Europe

Grade 10 students McKenna Williams and Amalia Mairet write about the Spring Break trip to Europe.

Spring Break Europe Trip: March 20-26

Mr. Eliot Anderson recaps the last leg of the Senior School music students' Spring Break trip to Europe

Spring Break Europe Trip: March 16-19

The SMUS music students travelling through Europe during Spring Break made their way to England this week

Senior School Athletics

Athletics Week in Review: January 15

Basketball, rugby and squash are highlighted in the latest SMUS Athletics Week in Review.

SMUS in the News: Chloé Hill-Huse ’20 Named to Canadian U18 Rugby Team

Grade 12 student Chloé Hill-Huse is named to Canada's U18 women's rugby team for the Can-Am Tour

Athletics Week in Review: December 10

Basketball, cross country, rugby, soccer and volleyball are highlighted in the latest SMUS Athletics Week in Review

Senior School Leadership

Celebrated Storytellers Talk First Nations History and Respect

Authors Roy Henry Vickers and Robert 'Lucky' Budd spoke with students about First Nations history and respect

Student-Run Café Supports Green Coffee Farming in Brazil

Grade 10 students give back to a small coffee farm in Brazil to help it become a more environmentally friendly business

SMUS in the News: Student Captures Morning Traffic with Drive-Thru for a Cause

Grade 12 student Mark Finamore is featured in the Victoria News and Times Colonist newspapers for winning $2,500 for a Me to We Club initiative

Service Opportunities