Crestwood Weekly COVID Information

We would like to thank you and your children for your cooperation in a successful return to in-person learning.  We understand that some of you may have been apprehensive but things have gone smoothly this week once we were actually able to attend following the snow.  Your continued cooperation is needed with respect to safety

Compassion and Mental Health

You may be familiar with the #BellLetsTalk campaign, Bell’s annual initiative to raise awareness and increase acceptance of mental illness. We recognize that conversations about mental health and wellbeing should not start and end with the Bell Let’s Talk movement. This month, our character education topic at Crestwood is compassion. We have put together a collection of talking

Sending Sunshine – Volunteer Card Writer

Are you in need of community service hours and looking for a way to brighten someone’s day? Sending Sunshine is a not-for-profit organization that is trying to reduce the negative effects of social isolation among seniors by providing them with handwritten cards. With the pandemic, the opportunities for volunteering are limited.  With Sending Sunshine students

Sean Eylott ’14

After I graduated from Crestwood, I was convinced that I wanted to study Computer Science at Queens University. Three years into my program, I realized that I wasn’t enjoying it as much as I thought I would and I made the hard decision to drop out. I started working as a brand ambassador for a

Mindfulness and PE Class

The grade 7 and 8 students in Physical Education classes have been working on adding mindfulness strategies and relaxation techniques to their toolbelt. Some of the techniques they have been working on are mindful minutes, breath work, progressive relation, and incorporating music into meditation. In such uncertain times, times Mental Health needs to be at

Elijah Fisher Foundation

Congratulations to Crestwood’s Elijah Fisher who started the Elijah Fisher Foundation and ran his first event this past month.  On Dec. 23rd Elijah hosted a free Holiday Hoops Clinic for 20 lucky 8-13-year-olds.  Elijah and other Crestwood staff ran skills and drills for the kids.  In addition to hosting the camp, the Elijah Fisher foundation also impacted the lives of 20 families by delivering toys, clothing, and

Return to Sport

We will be resuming our co-curricular athletic programming when we return to school on January 17th.  Games will not resume until the end of January and an updated schedule will be posted on team Edsby pages as soon as we have them.  For sports where we use rental facilities (hockey, swimming, curling), most facilities are

Attendance Procedures

It is vitally important for the safety of all of our students that parents or guardians contact the office regarding any and all absences.  Anytime your child will be late or miss part or an entire day of classes, parents, and guardians must notify the office as soon as possible (this applies for any absence,

CrestWORD Fall 2021

The latest issue of the CrestWORD Newspaper is here… and just in time for the holidays! The CrestWORD is CPC’s very own student publication, and in this issue, we’ve got some great content ready for you: updates from our student-body, music reviews, news highlights, a couple of brand new columns, profile features, works of fiction, and some

Alumni Spotlight Jonah Elfassy ’12

After graduating from Crestwood in 2012, I went on to complete a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario. Following graduation, I worked as a Research Assistant at the International Centre for Surgical Safety, implementing the OR Black Box into several hospitals in the GTA, United States, and Europe. Subsequently, I

Experience Engineering―For Grade 9 & 10 Students

Are you interested in learning more about UofT’s Engineering Program? Join the UofT Engineering Recruitment staff for this special online presentation designed for Grade 9 & 10 students. The first 30 minutes of the event will be an overview of UofT’s Engineering programs, opportunities, academic requirements, and community. After the presentation, there will be a

Guidance News

Summer School Courses If your son or daughter completed a course outside of Crestwood this summer, please take a moment to email their final report card to Ms. De Cata ( or Ms. Somerville ( as soon as possible   Virtual Post-Secondary Information Evening (Gr. 11 & 12) Please join us online on Thursday September

Advanced Placement (AP) Program

Those students who are interested in participating in the AP program at Crestwood this year are encouraged to complete the online form and payment by Friday, October 2, 2020  If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to stop by the Guidance office or email Ms. De Cata at

Crestwood Spiritwear is Back!!!!

Visit our online school store to purchase Crestwood sweatshirts, t-shirts, hats, track pants, water bottles, and more.  All items can be purchased online and will be delivered to the school for pickup.  Please visit the site below and use the password; crestwood12 (case sensitive).

Terry Fox School Run

This year Crestwood will be celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Marathon of Hope by participating in the Terry Fox School Run.  Throughout the last week of September, we will be completing live-run/walks in Physical Education classes or students can participate virtually in a run/walk.  The Marathon of Hope not only honours the legacy of

Students That Are Attending Only Online

In order to prepare for the start of classes on Wednesday, September 9th, 2020 all students who will be participating in the Online only option will need to login to both their Gmail and Edsby Accounts.  In Edsby, students will be able to see their daily schedule by changing the date in the calendar on

CPC Opening 2020 Webinar Link

Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s event. If you missed it below is the recording from last night. Topic: Crestwood Preparatory College 2020 Opening Meeting Recording: Access Passcode: 2020@crestwood

Additional Procedures for School Re-Entry

The health, safety, and well-being of students and staff is a top priority as we plan to reopen for the 2020-21 school year. CPC appreciates and requires your cooperation in our reopening. Crestwood Preparatory College is commencing reopening based on the assurance that all persons entering School premises have taken proper precautions to prevent the

Grade 9 Alive Documents

We are very excited about this opportunity for the students. Please fill out the following documents and return them to your homeroom teachers: 2019 ALIVE Parent Guardian Acknowledgement of Risk Waiver and Indemnity 2019 ALIVE Medical Form Below is a packing list to assist you with your preparation for the trip: 2019 ALIVE Spring_Fall Packing