From Moulton Hill

Our community gathers three mornings a week for an assembly we call “Chapel.” We sing songs, share news and triumphs, and support one another. Everyone, students and teachers alike, is welcome and encouraged at the front to make announcements throughout the year.
Head of School Tyler Lewis speaks often, sharing his thoughts on global as well as BCS community events. Here are some of his words, from Moulton Hill.

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  • BCS Titans

    April 24, 2019
    We have some Titans—iconic people on our faculty here at BCS—people who have been both here and at other schools, working with kids for decades. If some of Mr. Maxwell’s Social Science colleagues were up here they’d joke, “maybe even centuries.” Time is, in fact, one ingredient of a legendary career. Madame Mesnil and Ms. Harding have both been here for more than 30 years. That represents not just dedication and loyalty but also a massive reservoir of love for working with kids. They have made a virtual lifetime of working with you and the many students who came before you.
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  • Happy Holidays

    Dear BCS Families,

    Thank you to all of you who were able to join us last evening at the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols that launched us into our winter break. If you were not able to attend, I can only offer the encouragement to join us in the future, whenever it works for you to be in the area. The last bus taking students to the airport departs today at noon, so I hope you will all be close to your children and sharing stories soon.
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  • The Importance of Courage

    Back in September we ran the Terry Fox Run, and it got me thinking about the tremendous courage that Terry Fox had when he embarked on his Marathon of Hope. 
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  • Diving into 2018-19

    Dear Parents,
    This past week marked the 184th consecutive Opening Day at Bishop’s College School. Our community gathered in chapel on Wednesday for our first full assembly—and it was a full house!
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Bishop's College School is an independent English-language boarding and day school for grades 7 to 12 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.