Building character in the service of others is part of our history.
Gordon and Leah Pinsent advocate a strong homegrown arts industry.
Activist, Raging Granny and this year’s Distinguished Old Girl.
Enriching the community one student at a time.
Community is at the heart of BSS- and it’s never been stronger.
The first group of the BSS-Inspired Reggio Junior Schoolers are now in Senior School. Are they prepared?
In the 21st century classroom, anything is possible.
Everyone I know in Toronto has been breathlessly following the unfolding of the Eurozone crisis.
Role models. Why we need them now more than ever.
Dr. Judith ASH ’62 knew since Grade 5 that she wanted to follow in the footsteps of her physician father.
One of the distinct advantages of attending BSS is its network of incredible parents, present and past, staff and faculty, and, of course, Old Girls.
The concept of Service Learning was born around the same time as a man who would prove to be one of history’s greatest proponents of self-sacrifice, non-violence and service to others.
If I had to name one thing that has struck me most profoundly during my first year as Head of BSS, this is it – the indefatigable spirit of our community.
Critical thinking, independence and community building. A day in the life of a Grade 3 student at BSS.
While we don’t exactly have shareholders in the technical sense, we do have a community that financially supports our activities through tuition, donations, and volunteering time and expertise to help us be the best we can be.
10 BSS students share their leadership lessons
Imagine learning to speak a brand new language.
The early childhood education showcase has taken up residence in Toronto until February 28, 2007.
Inspiring girls to love math.
BSS design technology teacher Rob Steadman explains a 3-D printer to a technophobe.