REMINDER: Course Selection due for 2019/2020 Academic Year Students in grades 9, 10 and 11 will complete course selection online using the website www.careercruising.com. Students must then print off their course selection sheets directly from their career cruising account and submit the parent signed course selection sheet to Ms. Hann or Mr. Mitz in the
It’s finally here! Next Thursday October 29th is our Parent Social at Fabbrica! Come on out–solo, with a friend, or with a spouse, and meet some new parents and teachers. There will be exciting raffle prizes, such as a weekend at Blue Mountain or a Mark Giordano signed Calgary Flames Hockey Jersey. Start time is 7pm, and we already checked,
Mr. Scott Masters was presented the Jewish War Veterans International “Flames of Memory” Memorial Award from Martin Maxwell for his work on the Crestwood Oral History Project.
Crestwood Lower School (grades JK-6): Oct.15 from 9:30-11:30am Oct. 23 from 9:30-11:30am Nov. 15 from 9:30-11:30am 411 Lawrence Avenue East Toronto, Ontario M3C1N9 416 444 5858 For more information and interview opportunities, please contact Dalia Eisen email@example.com, Lower School Director at 416-444-5858. Crestwood Preparatory College (grades 7-12): Nov. 1st 7:00 pm 217 Brookbanks Drive Toronto,
Congratulations to the entire Crestwood population. Last year Crestwood raised money for “Get Loud!”. In fact we raised more money than any other school in the GTA. Special thanks go out to Anna W. for making this all happen. As a special thank you we received enough Kernels popcorn for the entire school! Keep it
Terry Fox Day is fast approaching and we will be participating on Monday, Sept. 24th. Pledge sheetswere given to all students this week in their homerooms. Students may gatherpledges by using the sheets or going online at www.terryfox.org and searching forCrestwood (online info is outlined on the pledge sheets as well). Cash or checkis accepted
From Sept 12-14 the Grade 7’s at Crestwood PreparatoryCollege participated in their first adventure as a combined grade when they travelled to Spirit Point Wilderness Camp in Trout Creek, Ontario. The students immersed themselves in new lifeskills and refreshed some old ones while making new friendships and continuingold ones. From raft building to firestarting and
Join us for a welcome back coffee at 9:30am in the cafeteria and a BBQ for all grades at 11am. We are Looking forward to seeing you all on Tuesday. Have a great long weekend!
Congratulations to our 2012 Valedictorians, Jarryd and Jonah.
Congratulations to all of our 2012 Graduates! All of the groups, as they say, took home a lot of “hardware” for their accomplishments. We are all very proud of them. Our high schoolgrads, in particular, have received admission into prestigious universities andprograms. The number of scholarships announced was testimony to all the hardwork, character and
Crestwood is extremely excited for Emanuel accomplishment in being selected to the U15 National Soccer selection to participate in Mexico. He’s currently playing one year up with the 1996 Boys OYSL team. We wish Emmanuel great success with the current selection to the U15 National Team Selection and future success with his ultimate goal of
The Crestwood Softball team defeats UCC to capture the U12 Championship at Upper Canada College. The score of the final contest was 10-9 and filled with many peaks and valleys highlighted by a game winning catch by Jacob Wilkinson with the bases loaded and two out in the last inning. Congratulations to all team members
A big congratulations to one of our graduating seniors, Andrew Spanton, for completing his Gold Duke of Edinburgh award. The Duke of Edinburgh Award offers the participant the opportunity to set goals and achieve results in a fun and challenging way. The program is non-competitive. Students who participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award program
Last night, staff and students all boarded onto a boat cruise of Toronto Harbour for our annual Athletic Banquet. It was a fantastic evening of good food and music, honouring Crestwood’s outstanding athletes and their accomplishments this year. There were many awards given out yesterday, but the two most prestigious awards are: The Lion Heart
On Thursday, the school gathered into the gymnasium for the annual co-curricular assembly. It was a phenomenal demonstration of the commitment and dedication of the staff and students in our community. Points are awarded to students for: school teams, clubs, MVP, MIP, leadership roles, academic prowess (90% average or higher), school bands, choir, and drama
The winners of the Euclid Waterloo Math Contest are: grade 7 – Matthew Holland grade 8 – Ben Sharer Congratulations boys!
Congratulations to grade 11 student ALEX CHAN for her winning submission to this year’s Spring Poetry Contest, with the theme of “Sweet Nothings.” Her poem The Purple Flower was inspired by a bloom she recently discovered in her backyard garden, and was drawn to the flower’s colouring. Alex will receive a copy of Michael Ondaatje’s
Crestwood’s Senior Ambassadors premiered their “Flawz” video today in Town Hall, a months-long project spearheaded by grade 11 student Gabi Sandler, with a focus on inclusion and accepting differences. The video encourages students to declare their flaws as a means of accepting that nobody — no matter what they say — is perfect. Students and
BOOK DRIVE!!! Give a book. Be the difference. Please help encourage a young person to read by donating new and gently used books that have inspired you, changed your life, or that you loved reading. Second Chance Scholarship Foundation and The Children’s Breakfast Club are holding a book drive and we are collecting books at
On Monday, the entrepreneurs of Ms. Lyons and Ms. Dickinson’s grade 10 Introduction to Business classes, kicked off the week off with Crestwood’s Annual Business Fair. Students displayed their inventions and innovations to the school population over junior and senior lunch. Students had a great time pitching their product to both students and teachers.
This April, almost 30 Crestwood students from grade 9 to 12 participated in the Begbie Society’s Canadian History Contest, an annual competition designed to test students’ knowledge of major historical concepts and events, as well as their critical thinking and essay writing abilities. This contest is written by over 1200 students across the country. The
31 Crestwood students, teachers and alumni ran down Yonge street in the Sporting Life 10k run, in support of Camp Oochigeas. It started off as a cool, rainy day; perfect for a morning jog. Just as we all were approaching the finish line, the sun came out to greet us and cheer us on for
1. Attention all grade 11 students. For a very limited time grad sweatshirts and ties for the Class of 2013 will be on sale. Put your orders in now. Take a look and try them on Tuesday at the Bake Sale. 2. Thank you to all the parents who volunteered for our bake sales, they
Members of the senior French classes and YARRD students recently held a Skype session with students in the Congo, a conversation that was held in French. Crestwood students shared some information about themselves and were able to learn a little about life in the Congo. The call was made possible through YARRD’s connection to the
We have reached our first goal of $20,000 in savings. We are also Top of Ontario in $ Savings Ontario is too small for us. Let’s go for Canada #1. We need $70,000. Please join the Crestwood EcoAction Team and help us be Canada #1. To join us visit. Create an account and then choose
Early on Tuesday morning, Crestwood welcomed The Our Town Project to the cafeteria. Grade 9 English students studied Thornton Wilder’s play “Our Town” towards the beginning of the year, and had the opportunity to see the play come to life right here in the school. The play tells the story of the citizens of Grovers
On May 8th an 9th, Grade 7 students Amanda Lawee and Yona Tugg will be selling kernels nut free popcorn before and after school, and at junior and senior lunch. All the proceeds will be going to The Toronto Humane Society. The bags will come in 7 different flavours including: ketchup, butter salt, air caramel,
The Guidance Department has been busily meeting with grade 11 students to discuss postsecondary planning and course selections for next year. Appointments will continue into next week, and will provide students with information regarding the university application process and how best to research using tools such as Career Cruising and eInfo (please see links below).
The Spring Concert and Art Show is coming to Crestwood! The event takes place in the gymnasium on Thursday, May 10, at 7:00 pm and involves all the music and art students at the school. We always look forward to an entertaining evening.
On Tuesday, May 15, from 1:30-3:10 p.m, Crestwood’s Student Government will be hosting “Crestwood Luau,” this year’s version of the annual Spring Carnival. Students in Grades 7-12 will be treated to an afternoon filled with Hawaiian-themed games, music, food, and much, much more. Highlights of this year’s event will include an air band competition, a