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Nikki Tate Takes Readers from Farm to Page
May 27, 2017
You can tell what colour egg a chicken will lay from its earlobes. There’s a breed of black pig whose ears flop over their eyes so they can’t see: These are some of the many fun facts about farm...
Students in High Spirits at Ultimate Frisbee
May 18, 2017
Grade 9 and 10 Branksome students joined forces with Royal St. George’s College for a game of Ultimate Frisbee. This year was their first-ever season in the Conference of Independent Schools...
Setting Sail at the University Fair
May 17, 2017
Grade 10s and 11s asked great questions of representatives from an array of universities who attended our University Fair. Students used a method developed by the Guidance Department to help them...
Latin Scholars Dig into the Past
May 11, 2017
Grade 9 and 10 UCC and Branksome Hall students are crouched around small plots of earth behind the Potting Shed, gently brushing dirt to one side with paint brushes. “Remember your excavation...
How to Launch a Successful Startup in Grade 12
May 3, 2017
It was a knee-quivering, butterflies-in-chest and sweaty-palm moment for Branksome’s Alexandra Philp Reeves. She and her business partner, Anna Melnyk (a Ridley College student), were presenting...
Grade 10s Free to Explore their Passions through Personal Projects
May 2, 2017
A group of students and teachers gathered around Julia, a Grade 10 student who was holding an African drum. “This is a Nigerian style of drum called an Ashiko drum,” she tells them. “I headed the drum...
Empty Bowls Are Full of Heart
May 1, 2017
​ “It may be called Empty Bowls, but this event is full of heart, generosity and community,” is how Deputy Principal Karrie Weinstock described our successful Empty Bowls Breakfast. Our community...
Heather O’Neill Reveals the Writers’ Craft
April 26, 2017
​ Branksome readers had a special treat when award-winning Canadian novelist Heather O’Neill answered their questions about the writing life during her presentation in the PAC. O’Neill’s first novel,...
TEDx Showcases Amazing Speakers and Students
April 25, 2017
Our first-ever student-led and organized TEDx Branksome Hall Youth Conference took place on Saturday, April 22, 2017. And Conference Co-directors Emma Lozhkin and Alison Dudu are thrilled with its...
Many Paths to Politics for Today’s Women
April 21, 2017
Being a change-maker and enjoying a healthy dose of optimism are just two of the building blocks to a career in politics, according to the panelists discussing the topic, “A Woman’s Place is in the...

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