The Grade 8 Boys finished the weekend defeating the hosts Elgin, in a close final to win back to back tournaments.
OUR STORIES AND EVENTS
On Thursday, January 4th, several Southridge students, teachers and I had the privilege of attending Emma Hoglund's performance of Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Vancouver Symphony, conducted by William Rowson.
Southridge student filmmakers and animators won multiple awards including "Best Individual Female Performance" at the ZoomFest awards gala at Mulgrave School on Saturday, December 2nd.
Last Friday night, the U13 CAIS boys competed in our first annual Grade 7 Storm Invitational basketball tournament.
Twelve swimmers from Grade 8 to Grade 12 competed at the Provincial Championships at Watermania November 17th and 18th
Ziyana Moledina, a Grade 4 student at Southridge, has found the perfect recipe for helping - her homemade hot chocolate has helped her raise $3,000 for children and refugees in war-torn countries.
The grade 7 girls volleyball team travelled to Crofton House on Friday, November 3rd to play in the ISEA Volleyball Championships and brought home bronze.
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.”
For the past decade, Southridge students have been tasked with stepping out of their comfort zone. Work begins first thing every Friday morning. The students – as young as four years old – and staff at the South Surrey private school make soup from scratch and prepare up to 100 sandwiches for the Surrey Urban Mission Society (SUMS) at the north end of the city.