Students with a passion for the arts have no shortage of opportunities at BCS and students who have not yet discovered their passion have a place to learn and explore.

The Arts at BCS

From classes focusing on art history and characterization, to exploring various visual art media; from participating in any of the school's four bands or the choir, to learning to dance or being involved in theater both on and off the stage, the arts at BCS instill a sense of confidence, creativity and self-respect. Through the various programs, many students discover talents and develop an appreciation for the arts that they previously did not know they possessed.

Contact Information

Andrew St-Amant
Head of Fine Arts
819-566-0227 x232

Chris Brandon
Visual Arts Teacher
819-566-0227 x294

Miranda McGie
Drama Teacher
819-566-0227 x246

Sébastien Obermeir
Music Teacher
819-566-0227 x220

Maryse Simard
Choir Director
819-566-0227 x212

Comic Con

BCS Comic Con, now in its fourth year, is a fun day jam-packed with plenty of activities like an art booth display, board games, trivia contests, costume contests, and guest lectures. 

Stoker Arts Festival

Since 1991, BCS has held the Stoker Arts Festival each spring for students to attend workshops run by local artists. They also have a chance to participate in an exhibition of student works and enjoy live performances by musicians from the Sherbrooke area.
Bishop's College School is an independent English-language boarding and day school for grades 7 to 12 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.