Guidance News

Course Selection Evening Thank you to those families who attended the Course Selection Evening on January 20th. The virtual presentation is available on-demand on Crestwood’s YouTube channel if you weren’t able to tune in last night. To download a copy of the presentation slides, please click here!   The Global Health Leaders Conference at Johns

Oral History Project – Don White

Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Masters’ Grade 10 History students are meeting with World War 2 veterans every Sunday over Zoom, as part of their studies of this important period of Canadian and world history.  It’s a fantastic opportunity for students to meet and interact with the men and women of this generation! Last week we met

Summer School @ CPC

Crestwood Preparatory College is pleased to offer a number of Ontario high school credit courses. Courses are designed to provide students with an exceptional academic experience in the early summer. This schedule allows course completion by mid-July allowing students time during their summer months to work, attend camp, or a vacation with family. CPC’s School’s

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,

“I feel like I’m going to barf…Love, My Anxiety”

  Dear Parents, Crestwood is very pleased to announce that Ms. Emma Fogel (MSW,RSW) is back to share her expertise with Crestwood families. Topic: “I feel like I’m going to barf…Love, My Anxiety” This presentation will focus on how to best manage feelings of stress, worry and anxiety. This webinar is intended to help normalize the


  Dear Parents, While it was a short week with students in school enjoying the glorious warm weather, we still managed to squeeze in some important events! Thank you to the admin team of the CSPA for hosting the first ZOOM CSPA meeting this past Tuesday. We were so pleased by the exceptional turnout, and

Parents’ Association News

Crestwood Water Bottles Only $10   Since single use plastic water bottles are no longer permitted at Crestwood, why not pick up one of these handsome metal Crestwood water bottles? They are available at Mane Essentials for only $10.00.  Enjoy your water and look good, too!     PA Committee Opportunities   The Parents’ Association

Important Documents

As we get ready for the new school year to begin there are many important documents to complete for your child.  Please see below the list of documents you can expect to receive in the next couple of weeks. By Mail: A checklist of forms to complete online The Opening/Registration Day Schedule for Tuesday, September

Parents’ Association News

Used Uniforms We will be accepting “gently used” uniform items on Exam Check day (Monday, June 17th).  All donations can be dropped outside of the Mane Essentials shop between the hours of 9:00am-12:00pm. It takes volunteers many hours to sort through all of this clothing so please do not send clothing that is visibly discoloured, ripped

CPC Student Attends the Lloyd Auckland Math Conference

Congratulations to Victoria Sun for placing first on the University of Waterloo’s Fermat contest. As a result, she was one of only 72 students in all of Canada who attended the Lloyd Auckland Math Conference from May 26th-June 1st. It was a week of enrichment through a series of collaborative problem-solving sessions, seminars, lectures and

Parents’ Association Parents Graduate!

A big CPC thank you and congratulations to Shannon Nevison and Heather Balter, who are graduating from the Parents’ Association.  Their presidency has been a wonderful success story.  Their commitment and dedication to the staff and students of Crestwood Preparatory College have been evident in every way and we will miss these two fine ladies

CPC Commemorates the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

Next Thursday is the 75th anniversary of D-Day, and with the gracious support of Douglas Easton, we have an exhibit set up featuring uniforms and artifacts from some of the regiments (Canadian and American) who participated in the Normandy invasion of June 6th, 1944. Please take a moment during exams to view some of the

Crestwood Chess Championship Winner!

After a lengthy series of playdowns and a very well-played final match, there was finally a winner to The Great Crestwood Chess Tournament Tuesday.  Congratulations to Tim Kufner, the 2018/2019 champion, and to Kian Torabi as the finalist. Both players will join a stacked line-up of players for Crestwood’s competitive season next year, which will

The Roary’s 2019

This week the Senior Prefect Council presented another hilarious version of the Roary’s! The Roary’s is an awards show that focuses on nominees for comical categories, such as best hair, best teacher-student look-alike, and best hidden talent. The staff and students watched videos of the nominees, and voted on the winners! Best hair went to