Southridge Voices Blog

This page is a compilation of blogs from the many authors in the Southridge Community.

How We Help

Southridge is a place where students regularly make contributions to the greater good, and it can be seen throughout our K-12 program. Our students, young and old, positively impact our local and global communities through a wide array of service programs, initiatives, and partnerships. 

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Healthy and Sustainable: Success at Southridge

Education has changed significantly over the past decade, and learner-centred, forward thinking Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools are not what they once were. As Southridge looks to the future and we strive to prepare our students for learning and life after their educational journey with us, articulating what it means to be successful focuses and amplifies our collective efforts as educators and it supports and guides our students as learners.

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Salmon signs hoped to help cultivate awareness

A Southridge student is adding her voice, and handiwork, to a call to end ocean-based fish farms. Amadea de Wit, in Grade 11 at the South Surrey school, said she sent 10 red-and-green laminated salmon signs – in the shape of the fish and bearing the words ‘Stay Wild’ – to a small store in Alert Bay this month, “knowing they will be posted on one of the two fish farms in the First Nations territory that is currently occupied by the FN people.”

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