Adorned with painted whiskers and bunny ears, our Grade 9 leadership students: Victoria Dubois, Lily Gale, Grace Gallant, Kaylee Hickey, Sarah Hilborn, Ethan Hiscott, Jem Logan, Aria MacDonald, Emma MacDonald, Rhyan Rusaw, Matvey Semenenko, Mathangi Somasekaram, Claudia Villaorduna and Megan Woodworth put some smiles on the faces of our younger Junior School students as they staged the 2018 campus Easter Egg Hunt and Bunny Chase on the day before our Easter Break began. Grade 7 and 8 students responded with enthusiasm as they burst forth into the Quad when the word was given to begin the annual hunt and chase. The squeals of laughter and the energy release were terrific as students navigated snow banks and pathways to spot the Easter treats! Chocolate eggs were found in record time and our Grade 9 bunnies did an amazing job outrunning the highly energized Juniors who were eager to tag them to capture the prized chocolate bunnies. What great fun! Special thanks are extended to Grace Gallant who planned and ran the day’s events, and the rest of the Bunny Brigade. It will be remembered for years to come.
On Friday, February 16th, Mac Castle (McLellan House) welcomed the Year of the Dog and celebrated the Chinese New Year with a traditional hot pot while watching the Chinese Gala on television. The food was delicious and gave other residents in our house an opportunity to learn more about Chinese culture and traditions. The celebrations continued throughout the evening and were organised by Yanfei (Alina) Ji, Jiayi (Grace) Li, Liting (Olivia) Lin, and Xinyin (Cecilia) Zhang.
Topics: Campus Life
Academic excellence is of the utmost importance to everyone at King’s-Edgehill School. We understand that some of our programmes, such as the rigorous International Baccalaureate programme, can be intense and require a lot of work and focus.
It is for this reason that KES makes sure all students have access to the necessary tools and resources for them to do their best and reach their full academic potential. In keeping with this tradition, KES offers a daily tutorial period for Senior Students as well as extra help, for students who need it.
Last week teams of KES student chefs had the chance to cook head to head in an intense and entertaining competition based on the television show “Chopped”. Here is how it worked:
Four teams entered the competition. Each team had access to basic pantry ingredients, such as eggs, milk, flour, bread, oil, spices, and so on. Teams were set up at identical preparation and cooking stations, where they were given an electric cook top, mixing bowls, pans, and basic utensils. Each team was then given matching “mystery baskets” which they had to use for the appetizer, main course, and dessert.
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Caribbean families have entrusted King’s-Edgehill School with their children for many years because of everything KES and our surrounding community has to offer.
King’s-Edgehill School is proud to be a CAIS (Canadian Association of Independent Schools) Boarding School. Our family consists of over 350 university-bound students from Canada, North America, the Caribbean, and around the globe. We not only offer outstanding academic programming, including the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme, but we also strive to provide the best in athletics, arts, leadership opportunities and extra-curricular activities.
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Boarding schools are accredited independent schools (CAIS) that offer an engaging and enriched educational experience. They are a home away from home for many children whose parents are looking to give their children the tools they need to do and be more. Enrolling your child in a boarding school means giving them the freedom to form lifelong friendships and experience an educational experience unlike any other.