Small classes. Inspired learning.


Team Shows Heart, Spirit, & Grace

Grit, determination, and skills showed up at the annual volleyball tournament this year. The team arrived at a wonderful facility to play 4 games in the round-robin. With four big wins (25-18, 25-21, 25-23, 25-14), the girls were victorious placing first in the round-robin. Cici was the top server, Crystal was dynamite on the court with great leadership >

As The World Turns

As the world turns, so does the orange in Ms. Lam’s Grade 7 geography class. Students used oranges to map out the lines of longitude, latitude, north and south poles along with the southern, northern, eastern and western hemispheres of their juicy model. Students demonstrated that we can play with our food for the benefit >

Speaker Series: Heather Moyse, October 24

A two-time Olympic champion and national athlete in bobsleigh, cycling, and rugby, Heather Moyse has turned her attention to being an advocate for human achievement. She will inspire the Grade 8 to 12 students in this one hour presentation. Parents and school community members are welcome to attend. Tuesday October 24, 2017 Mentor College Main >

What’s New At The OEC

The OEC (Outdoor Education Centre) in Muskoka has undergone a few changes and upgrades in recent months. We have installed and upgraded several new elements/challenges to enhance our low ropes, high ropes, and rock climbing wall activities. The students from Mr. Panchal’s leadership class as well as from Mr. Fournie and Ms. Sooch’s Mentor classes >

What’s In A Log?

Grade 9 students in Ms. Jansen’s science class discovered small ecosystems within rotting logs today. They dissected logs to learn about qualitative and quantitative observations that can be obtained from ecosystems in places one never thinks to look. Using the condition of their logs and the creatures were found inside of them, students inferred each >

HEADSTART Study Hall: Starts September 11

HEADSTART Study Hall Programme is available at an extra cost for parents who would like their child to have after-school supervised homework time. The Study Hall Programme: – provides a positive environment for the completion of homework – helps students acquire better time management skills – helps students focus on homework – provides a safe, >

8th Annual One Hour Gallery

The 8th Annual TSS Art Show, The One Hour Gallery, was on display Monday night running parallel to the elementary play at TEAM. The show is a yearend showcase for students studying visual arts in high school. The work ranged from pencil and charcoal realism to object based assemblage to Pop Art in acrylic. The >