Our goal is always to keep your BCS and KHC spirit alive and strong for decades after your graduation.
We work hard to keep our alumni family connected and up to date with what’s going on at BCS today. From The BCS Bulletin school magazine and The Brief digital newsletter to our socials, there’s no shortage of current news for you to digest. We also encourage you to join our alumni-specific social media accounts, dedicated to connecting you with old classmates and former housemates so you can share memories and even make new friends and contacts.
Join us on social if you are not already a member of our Alumni Facebook and/or LinkedIn groups. Scroll down to catch up on the latest news and make sure your contact information is up-to-date so you don't miss our monthly alumni newsletter, The Brief.
I recently graduated with a master’s in Natural Resources Management from the University of Manitoba.
Last May, Robert curated an exhibition at the McClure Gallery in Westmount which represented the careers of three Montreal photographers whose work he has written about and collected over the last 40 years.
Krystel, Foresight Team Lead at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris, France, recently published a study with her colleague Marilyn Cham.
Our very own Michel Murdock, BCS’81, was recently named President of Hybride—Quebec’s first digital visual effects studio.
Tara-Jade De Santis, BCS'14, is a singer, songwriter, and DJ known by her stage name Véda.
We were thrilled to welcome Nicholas Oldland, BCS'90, back to campus virtually to speak with our Form II and III English students last week.
Legendary Montreal investor Scott 'Scotty' Fraser, BCS'46, and his "successful and counter-intuitive strategies" are the subject of the latest book by business journalist Peter Hadekel.
Anne Belton, KHC'63, was recently presented with a Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes (FEND) 25th Anniversary Recognition Award on the occasion of World Diabetes Day.
The passion and life's work of The Honourable Landon "Lucy" (Mackenzie) Pearson, KHC'46, is the subject of a new feature publication: The Children's Senator: Landon Pearson and a Lifetime of Advocacy.
Intellijoint Surgical Inc. was recently featured in The Globe and Mail's second-annual ranking of Canada's top growing companies.
Artist Nicola 'Niki' Mackay Russell, BCS'15, is a painter and TikTok artist who goes by the moniker 'Bethune.'
Owner and maker Helen Hawketts, BCS'88, started her small family business, Vintage Map Co, back in 2010.
Funnyman Stephan Dyer, BCS'06, is a former banker turned comedian, TEDx Speaker and speaking coach with 300+ shows in eight countries and 18 cities.
Our very own Franklin Raff, BCS'92, took home Emmys for his work as host and co-producer on the PBS documentary Great White Shark.
Leah Davidson, BCS'12, was recently selected as one of the Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 in Canada by Starfish Canada.
On the occasion of Earth Day, we caught up with alumnus Nicholas von Albedyhll, BCS'15.
We love hearing about the achievements of our alumni. Have you won a prize, published a book, received a promotion, or accomplished a major career goal? We want to share YOUR good news with the BCS and KHC community! Send us an email at the link below to be featured in the next edition of The Brief.
Photo of the Day features, chapel performances, and newsletter interviews—watch this space for the latest from our alumni!
Co-chairs of Friends of BCS Rugby, Tim McGee, QC '75 and James Andrews, BCS'11, had the opportunity to chat with current Rugby World Council and Rugby Americas North Member, Cristina Flores, BCS'77, for the first edition of the Try Line rugby newsletter.
As we see every day in our community, a friend made on Moulton Hill is a friend for life.
Everyone in our community, including students, staff members, teachers, and administrators, can request one new book to add to our library shelves today for Anouk's Books Day.
The House Sweet Home campaign trees were planted around campus a couple of weeks ago.
Adam Brinckman, BCS'83, generously donated one of the Livre d'artiste ‘The Lines of the Poet’ as a charitable gift to BCS.