Inside King's-Edgehill School

Celebrating the Moon Festival

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 26, 2019 3:46:47 PM

Our King’s-Edgehill International Committee, led by Grade 12 Prefects,   Jiawen (Madison) Mu and Chang (Gavin) Liu, organized our first excursion of the school year to celebrate the Moon Festival. We visited a new restaurant on Spring Garden Road in Halifax called   Huole  for our celebration. The restaurant offers a huge selection of authentic Chinese cuisine including barbecued meats, stewed spicy dishes, and a variety of unique vegetarian dishes.
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A Battle to the End

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 26, 2019 7:00:00 AM

Having only a couple of training sessions under their belts, our boys took to the Horton High School field this week to play against a strong home team. The first 15 minutes or so saw Horton comfortably on top with a number of clear-cut chances but, with some last ditch defending and excellent goalkeeping,   Ken Lee  kept Horton out. Unfortunately, it didn’t take long for the home side to open the scoring following an attack down our right side.

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Topics: About King's-Edgehill School, Campus Life, Athletics At KES, Athletes at KES

KES Students Lending Many Helping Hands

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 25, 2019 9:38:59 AM

Our Annual Terry Fox Superstore Bagging Fundraiser took on special meaning this year as the promise of Hurricane Dorian placed additional importance on our community volunteer effort.  The weekend before the Terry Fox Run traditionally marks our Superstore Fundraiser for Cancer Research but this year there was an added twist.  The forecasted arrival of Hurricane Dorian on Saturday, September 7th, played havoc with our scheduled Saturday activity.  Plans changed quickly and students eagerly signed up to donate their time and energy on the eve of the hurricane.  While the purpose of the fundraiser is to raise community awareness of the Terry Fox story and kick-start our fundraising efforts for cancer research, this year students discovered that their help was needed to service the long lines of shoppers preparing for the effects of the storm. 

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Topics: About King's-Edgehill School, Campus Life, King's-Edgehill School in the Community

Grade 12 Student/Parent Dinner

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 19, 2019 3:15:00 PM

On September 13th the Alumni and Advancement Office kicked off the 2019-2020 school year with a dinner for the Class of 2020 and their Parents, with many travelling a great distance to come say hello. This group included Valerie Meyer, mother of Teagan Meyer (2016-2020), who drove from Oromocto, New Brunswick! The aim of the evening was to welcome the new Grade 12 students back to our School and to introduce them to the Advancement and Alumni Office and the concept of what it means to be part of the King’s-Edgehill Alumni Community.

Prior to dinner, the parents were graciously hosted by the Headmaster and his spouse, Dr. Belinda Seagram, at Alexandra Hall, where they had a chance to mingle and chat with the Headmaster, other Parents, and the Advancement Team. The group was then escorted by Kelly Bouwman (2014-2020) to the dining hall, where we were met by a tittering class of new Grade 12 students. By this time everyone was ready to dig into the fabulous buffet-style meal put on by Twila and the Chartwells team.

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KES Arts Committee under Capable & Experienced Leadership

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 16, 2019 8:13:00 PM

Seniors   Max Cole and Katie Goddard  are this year's Head of our Arts Committee and, boy oh boy, do they have the talent and experience to lead our KES artists through a successful and fun-filled time. Together, they cover all of the bases when it comes to the Arts, leaving no component of visual or performing art out of their auspices. They have assembled their committee of a dozen like-minded musicians, thespians, visual artists, creative designers, and dancers, and you can bet that they will be spearheading fantastic projects and events in the months ahead. Already,   Katie and Max,  along with a cast of others, are underway with rehearsals for our upcoming  Senior Musical, Chicago, High School Edition, which will open November 21st.
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Topics: About King's-Edgehill School, Campus Life, Arts At KES, ARTS

Prefect Training

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 14, 2019 8:13:16 PM

This year’s Grade 12 student leaders sacrificed the final days of their summer to train for their Prefect role, and in the process, it became clear that our Prefect body this year is a very strong one.

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Come Support our Annual Terry Fox Run!

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 11, 2019 3:53:00 PM

Sunday, September 15th marks the 39th Annual Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research and, once again, KES will host the Windsor community event. It will be great to see the entire student body, alumni, parents, KES friends, faculty, and the extended Windsor community continue Terry’s Marathon of Hope. Whether running, walking, pushing a stroller, or cycling the five kilometre route through town, participants are invited to complete the lap as many times as desired. The smell of barbecued hamburgers and hotdogs always provides good motivation on the final trek up the front hill. The spirit is festive and our student musicians provide first-rate entertainment as participants mingle and enjoy a post-run barbecue lunch in the Quad.

Our student volunteers will be busy bagging groceries at the Windsor Superstore Friday (today) from 2:00 - 8:00pm. Why not grab a few groceries before tomorrow's storm and also support a great cause!

There are a few 2019 commemorative t-shirt ($20/ea) left and if you are interested, please call the main office (902-798-2278). Our annual Terry Fox ‘Dress Down Day’ will be held on Thursday, September 12th. Students, alumni and parents are encouraged to collect their own pledges for the 2019 Terry Fox Run. Individual pledge sheets are currently available on-line:, or in Marshall House.

At KES we are great supporters of the Terry Fox Run, and our community has been instrumental in raising money for innovative cancer research. It is amazing to think that the efforts of our KES community over the past years have raised over $275,000! Last year’s contribution of just over $17,000 placed our Windsor Run 3rd in the province for fundraising out of 70 run sites across Nova Scotia. We hope to maintain this leadership position in 2019.

Families, pets, friends, and neighbours are welcome. Spread the word and see you at the starting line.

Let’s all be a part of the cure!

Student volunteers not only strengthen a community, but also builds the foundation for a compassionate and caring adult. At King's-Edgehill School, we help your child be more than he or she ever thought possible through volunteer work. Read more about our student volunteers, here.

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Topics: About King's-Edgehill School, Campus Life, King's-Edgehill School in the Community, Athletes at KES

A Great Start in the Junior School

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 10, 2019 7:30:00 AM

And, we’re off to a great start in the Junior School! Wednesday, September 4 th, was Opening Day and the corridors were filled with laughter, chatter, and the welcoming voices of returning students and teachers as they helped new students navigate their first day at KES.
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Fun and Learning at our Summer ELL Camp

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 9, 2019 3:52:18 PM

This year’s ELL (English Language Learners) camp was another great success. The students’ days were filled with a variety of activities. Mornings were spent learning language skills in the classroom with a group of enthusiastic and dedicated teachers, and the afternoons involved many on-campus activities and excursions.

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Nova Scotia Wrestlers of the Year

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Jun 28, 2019 9:51:33 AM

King’s-Edgehill School was well represented at the recent Wrestling Nova Scotia (WNS) Annual Awards banquet, hosted June 9 th  at Hatfield Farms. As her coaches,   Jason Verryn-Stuart  and I were very pleased to chaperone graduating student and captain,   Téa Racozzi, and Grade 9 student,   Bella Turner-Galaise, to receive their WNS High School Wrestlers of the Year awards. Both were Provincial high school champions in their respective weight classes and age divisions.   Téa  was undefeated in high school wrestling this year and won each tournament she entered. She also had amazing results in her club competitions.   Téa  lost only one match and that was against the National Champion at the National Under 19 Championship final match in April. She took home the SILVER medal at her first National Championship, the best result from the Nova Scotia contingent, in both gender and age categories. This performance came on the heels of an Eastern Canadian Championship, where   Téa  defeated last year’s National Freestyle silver medalist and Greco Roman Champion from New Brunswick.  
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