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MEDICAL STAFF K.M. Laycock, M.D Medical Officer Mrs. L. Ogiivie, R.N School Nurse ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF C.J. Ogiivie, B.Comm., C.A Financial Manager Miss A.B. Erkelens .... Accountant Miss D. Packer .... Headmaster ' s Secretary Mrs. M. Baldwin .... General Office Secretary Mrs. L.T. Bergeron .... Secretary Mrs. C. Kinkead .... Secretary Mrs. E. Hallet Catering Mrs. K. Lee .... Assistant Catering Mrs. B. Little .... Travel Arrangements Mrs. I. Redding .... Stores Mrs. M.D. Elliot Stores Mrs. E. Sakawsky Receptionist Mrs. J. Windsor — Laundry MAINTENANCE STAFF K.J. McAlpine .... Buildings, Grounds Transponation Manager THE BRENTONIAN ANNUAL COMMITTEE EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOR SPORTS GRADUATES ADVERTISING ANNUAL STAFF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The Brentonian Committee thanks all who have con- tributed articles and photographs to this Annual. We are particularly grateful to Messrs. J. Philpot, J. Garvey and L. Bean, and Miss Nicki Dunlop for their help with photography, and to Mr. Byron Johnson for his help with everything. Kim Farley Leah Clelland Gillian Szamosi and Julian Mais Mark Tsang and Nick Malle Shaen Chambers Yvain Bonvalet Tim Callin David Dodge Doug Larsson Trevor Misfeldt Jason Robertson
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FACULTY rdf - Hcadmasier W.T. Ross, B.A. Assistant 1 leadmasier r.G. Bunch. B.A. Head ol Fine Arts Assistant 1 leadn iaster J.B. (jarvcy, B.Sc, Head ot Athletics Director ot Studies W.J. Burrows. B.Sc. J.C. Allpress. B.Sc, B.ComrTi. Mrs. A. Pennells, M.A., M.Ed, Mrs, 1. Hardie, B.l ' .E. J.L. Queen, B,.Sc. D.M. Stang, B.Ed. D. Robertson, M.A, Mrs. N.P. Arthurs, B.A. A.C. Carr, M.A. S.P. Copland, M.A. S.M. Cowie, M.A. ER. Ford, M.A. H.J. Martin, B.A. R.V. Eironi, B.A. R.S. Wynne, B.A. R. Canneron, M.A. R. MacEean, B.A. R. Wingate, M.A. R.G. Cooper, E,E,C.M. A.H. Crossley, B.Ed A.E. Jackson, B.Ed Mrs. J. Jackson, B.Ed Mrs. S. Mais, M A M. Nicoll, M.SC G.C.E. Pennells, B.Sc, M.SC Miss Eeslie Reid, B.A. B.C. Tate, B.Sc F. Purdon, B.Sc P.E. Tessier Mrs. J. Bracken bury, B.A. Mrs. D. Pitt R.G. Pitt CD. Mrs. D. Jackson, B.F.A., Dip. Ed. Mrs. H. " Smith, D.A. (Edin) A. Piggott E.D. Bean J. Philpot ' J. Basnett, B.Ed. Mrs. S. Wingate Rev. E.G. Thornton Senior Academic Advisor N.R.B. Prowse, M.A, H M Rogers Hou.se, Head of Mathematics Depanmeni, Algebra, Physics 11, M Mackenzie House, English H. M Ale.xandra House H M Whittall Mouse, Physics WiW Ellis House, .Mathematics, Comi)ui(T Scietice H M Priv( tt House, English. French 1 lead ot l anguage Department, French CheiTtistry Head of English De[)artment, English ' l liiory. English English, Eatin Head of Geography Depanment, Geography Geography, English Geography, Eaw French, Spanish Head of History Department, History, Social Studies Assistant H M Privett House, Western Civilization, P E Music (Instrumental and Choral) Head of Computer Science, Algebra Assistant H M Rogers House, French Assistant H M Mackenzie House, Mathematics, CorTiputer Science Biology, Chemistry Physics, Mathematics Head of Science D( ' [)artmeni Biology, Scienc( Assistant H M Alexandra House, French Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics Assistant H M Ellis House, Biology, Chemistry Cormpuier Science Library Assistant, Mackenzie House Woodcarving Painting, Drawing, (jraphics Applied Design Drafting Admissions Director, instrumental Music Photography Word Processing Outdoor Education Chaplain m
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HEADMASTER ' S MESSAGE It is customary for a headmaster ' s year-end report to concentrate on an easily-tabulated list of wins, losses and external awards gained. This year 1 want to address the process which leads to our achievements, a process which, 1 believe, represents the essence of our school. The hall-mark of a Brentwood education is the require- ment that all students participate in Fine Arts and Athletics programmes as well as attend classes in the standard academic subjects. Our achievements in all three areas testify to the success of this approach, but my sense of having accomplished something of value comes not so much from the results themselves as from a perception of individual and collective growth deriving from the educational process. I respect academic achievement, but 1 place even greater value on the close relationship often formed between student and teacher and on the exam- ple through which the good student may inspire the less able. I have a high regard for a player ' s performance as captain of a successful rugby team, but attach more im- portance to what he learned about himself and his team- mates, about winning and losing, about grace and digni- ty. Our choir did win the Victoria Festival; it was invited to the National Competition in Ottawa; it was undoubted- ly the best choir we have produced, yet the chief significance of these achievements lies in the group ' s pride in the hard work and discipline involved and in the trust and loyalty that linked the members to each other and to their director, Mr. Cooper. As you will see in the following accounts, the Brentwood reputation for excellence has been upheld again this year. Our athletes have strengthened the perception of our school as being one dedicated to the idea that hard work and determination produce results and enjoyment, in Fine Arts, I do not think we have ever had so much intensity, so much variety, so much growth in so many areas as I witnessed this year. And finally, as the lists of Honours Graduates and Academic Colour recipients and our univer- sity acceptance rate will attest, we have enjoyed academic success, too. If there is anything unique about this school, it is the high levels of activity achieved in so many areas by well over 90% of our staff and students. This has, indeed, been another year of achievement, but the true worth of the past 273 days lies in the personal relationships which have in- spired teacher and pupil alike and caused them to grow. I hope that all readers of this yearbook will enjoy it and appreciate the efforts of the many students who worked hard to produce it. Special thanks go to Messrs. Rob Cameron and Stan Copland, the staff sponsors, for the support they provided to the student Annual Committee, and to the editor, Kim Farley, and the senior editorial staff, who initiated several changes in format, successfully lob- bied for their acceptance, and worked hard to implement them. I am confident that 1 shall enjoy their report of the 1986 87 year at Brentwood. For each of you 1 hope the Annual keeps alive many fond memories of what, in my view, was a fantastic year. Grad. ' 87 carry with them my good wishes and those of the staff for success in all future endeavours. They leave at Brentwood many happy memories and a record of fine leadership. Thanks and good luck to them all. W.T. Ross
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