Bishop’s College School
Our students don't just study–they challenge themselves, expanding their horizons and excelling in ways they never imagined before arriving here. Our entire global community of parents and alumni thrives on the energy that exudes from our beautiful 250-acre campus. BCS is more than just a school and we can't wait to share it with you. Though the full BCS experience can't be condensed into a 10-minute video, here is a glimpse into life on Moulton Hill.
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As classes ended this afternoon, students packed their bags for the two-week Spring Break while parents attended the Parent/Teacher Interviews.
This year, despite the Quebec Association of Independent Schools (QAIS) cancelling their annual Public Speaking Competition, our English Department organized a mini competition of their own.
This morning, Form V students completely transformed the Conference Room into Expo 67—the international exposition held in Montreal, Quebec in 1967 that brought Quebecois identity to a global stage.
Our 13 National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN) delegates returned from New York City this past weekend.
The last day of Tech Week was marked by the highly anticipated Sumo Robot Competition, where students put their robot-building skills to the test.
BCS at a Glance
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Faces of BCS
Coco Jie, BCS’20
"BCS opened up a world full of opportunities for me and encouraged me to work for things I never thought I would even try. BCS shaped me into who I am today and I can’t imagine my life without spending the most valuable four years there.”
Dawson Mercer, BCS'19
"[BCS] is an experience that not a lot of people have the opportunity to take part in, and I'm very grateful for my time there. It helped me become who I am today."
"I don't know if I have a personal philosophy beyond 'try to be kind to others.' I find that it's a pretty good one and it's been serving me well."
Sarrah Ewing, BCS'10
"I don't even think I would be the same person if I hadn't gone to BCS, and no dollar amount can really give back the full sum that I can feel in my heart."
Aliyah Osman, BCS'19
“The most important thing BCS taught me is that there will always be change. People will come and they will go but that isn't a bad thing because although things and people may go, new experiences will come that you will cherish and embrace.”
"On a daily basis, I'm amazed that students go halfway around the world to a place where they don't speak fluently the language. ...Learning a second language is incredibly difficult and it can take a lifetime so I can't say enough how impressed I am and how in awe I am of students who do what our ESL students do."
Alexandra Johnston, BCS'88
BCS Association Board of Directors Vice Chair
"I think there must be something in the DNA of this place [BCS]—so many of us still feel that sense of how meaningfully it impacted the people we became. And for anyone who feels that way, I encourage them to give back. There are so many different ways to support and champion a worthy cause like BCS."
Elizabeth Couture, BCS'20
“At BCS I learned to open up to people. You never know who could help you grow or help you go through hard moments. Stay open-minded!”
Tanna Sanchez McMillan
"When you see a student suddenly understand a concept... I would give the world for that."