Close-knit and quirky

Feb. 28, 2020 | Today's dress-down day marks the end of a week of wacky wardrobes.
 
As a new spontaneous initiative introduced by our prefects, Wacky Week was an opportunity for students to express themselves with absurd attire for each day of the week. Monday was 'wacky tie day,' which allowed students to replace the BCS tie in their uniform with a tie of their choice—from fashionable and floral to creative homemade neckwear. On Tuesday students replaced their Dr. Martens with fuzzy slippers or cozy socks. Wednesday marked our annual observance of Pink Shirt Day in addition to encouraging students to coif their hair in unusual ways or sport a funky hat. Yesterday was 'sports jersey day,' which saw students donning jerseys from teams around the world. In addition to being a casual culmination of a week of outrageous outfits, today's dress-down day was also a fundraising opportunity for the BCS Service Project in Senegal.

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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.