Roy Jiang has won first place at Performing Arts BC, in the Under-18 woodwind division.
On Friday, April 26th, we had close to 260 people participate in the 4th Annual Southridge Relay for Life. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of an organizing committee formed of Grade 11 and 12 students, the event was once again a remarkable success!
For the past 15 years, the Social Studies Department has conducted the Canadian Geographic Challenge (The Geo-Challenge”) with our students.
On Saturday April 6th, I had the pleasure of accompanying a team of 5 Grade 8 students who qualified in the Provincials of the Math Challengers Competition held at UBC.
On March 12 the Senior Concert Band headed to the Chilliwack Lion’s Club concert band festival to perform the challenging Second Suite in F by Gustav Holst.
On Friday, March 8th, eight of the junior players (Sam, Keith, Jayden, Ciaran, Laurier, Matthew, Emile, and Jack) were able to represent Southridge at the provincial Reach for the Top tournament that was held this year at St. Georges School in Vancouver.
Southridge student filmmakers and animators won multiple awards including “Best Overall Junior Film” at the ZoomFest awards gala at Mulgrave School on Saturday, Nov. 24. This year, ZoomFest had over 100 entries from around the province.
Southridge media students won 11 awards and were recognized in front of their peers from around the province on Saturday, May 26th, at the B.C. Student Film Festival awards gala at the VanCity Theatre in downtown Vancouver. The awards, adjudicated by industry professionals, recognize the top high school films in British Columbia.
Our Southridge Senior students made us proud this weekend with their amazing results at the International History Bee and Bowl.
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.