At the end of the 2018-2019 school year, we said farewell and good luck to three long-time staff members.
Mrs. Kantimer is one of the longest-serving teachers at the schools and has been with us since 1986. Over that time, she has taught students from Grades 5 to ...
Welcome back! There were smiles across all campuses yesterday as returning students reunited with old friends and new students were welcomed into the Mentor/TEAM family! We wish everyone a great year full of learning, laughter, and life-long memories!
Great day today for Mentor College / TEAM School TAG and LFC at the WeDay event at Scotiabank Arena! Grade 12 Mentor student Madeline Dimakos was chosen to represent the school by speaking in front of a packed arena! Hear what she had to say.
Today, students across all campuses participated in #orangeshirtday by wearing orange shirts, ribbons, or stickers. Orange Shirt Day commemorates all of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit children who were forced to leave their homes and communities to attend ...
Mentor College/TEAM School are proud to welcome Indigenous artist, activist, and educator Eddy Robinson to the school for the 2019 Speaker Series. As an Anishinaabe/Muskegowuk Cree of the Missanabie Cree First Nation, Eddy Robinson faced a lot of struggles growing up ...
Mr. Macdonald enlisted the help of Caleb, Owen, Flynn, and Molly to present funds raised at school events, including the year-end plays of TEAM School and the Primary and Intermediate divisions, to Deloan D’sa and Kathleen Cymek from the Trillium Health Partners ...
An amazing group of students participated in a Revive Center Day with Habitat for Humanity. Students had the opportunity to create charcuterie boards from African redwood and serving trays from palettes. The results were spectacular.
Student worked with sanders, ...
Students flocked to school today for #SpiritDay. Kismet certainly has the right #spirit, and with mid-year evaluations behind her, it's another feather in her cap. She is free as a bird!
The annual Culture Show took place yesterday at the Main Campus. The event marked the 17th annual instalment - with acts from all divisions of Mentor/TEAM performing in three concerts throughout the day.
Performances included choirs, dances, instrumental and ...
Introducing our newest sport at the high school level: girls’ lacrosse. Thanks to coaches Fenton, Borkhoff, and Young for providing this new opportunity for our girls.
Information About This School Year:
How are the members of the Mentor/TEAM community staying active during the COVID-19 lockdown? Watch what our students, teachers, and principals have been doing to stay healthy.
Six weeks ago, Mentor Class of 2010 alumnus Mary Kate Fraser (pictured in the photo with Executive Director Mr. Philbrook) contacted the school on behalf of Trillium Health Partners. The hospital’s procurement staff had been charged with getting as much personal ...
This week, we sit down with Mentor’s High School principal Mr. Whyte to talk about the popular AP (Advanced Placement) programme:
Can you tell us a little about the AP programme?
Mentor College is an AP (Advanced Placement) school and at this time of year ...
We wish the graduates of the Class of 2019 continued success as they prepare for post-secondary school life.
On June 24, Mentor College bid farewell to the 2019 High School graduating class of 2019. At the annual commencement ceremony, 165 graduates crossed the ...
What a great morning! Thank you to all of the student volunteers who donned their uniforms almost a full week before the first day of school to help with International Student Orientation! New students had the opportunity to learn about everything from schedules, ...
It was a lot of fun today at the Main Campus as new HS students came in for a pre-first-day visit! Over 200 new HS students took advantage of the opportunity to get some first-day tips from the principals, meet their homeroom teachers, take part in icebreaker ...
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019-2020 Mentor College High School Student Council Election! As principal Mr. Whyte told all of the candidates before making the announcement, "you are all winners. The fact that you have put yourself out there and contributed ...
Congratulations to the HS runners, who had a great day at the Bagpipe Invitational at Erindale Park. Our top finishers were Caden Roberts (9th in the Junior Boys race) and Rebecca Wong (15th in the Senior Girls race). Caden also broke our school 5k record by more than ...
On Friday, October 4, senior business students went to the Amazon Fulfillment Centre to find out what happens once we all click the “place order” button.
We saw a fully digital warehouse, distribution and fulfillment network that moves goods between locations ...
For three weekends in September, Ms. Coopman and Mr. Baird’s fearless leadership classes tackled several challenges at the Outdoor Education Centre. They began the weekend by climbing the high-ropes course while classmates belayed them, and undergoing several ...
On Monday, Ms. Saplys' Writer's Craft students went downtown to be inspired by various collections at the Bata Shoe Museum. This field trip was meant to be a a study in characterization. We all wear shoes and give them very little deeper thought. But shoes are like ...
This morning, head of guidance, Mr. Cowle met with senior students for the annual Grade 12 University Preparation Meeting. Students each received a copy of the Guide For Grade 12 Graduates and learned about the university application process: OUAC due dates, admission ...
Congratulations to Zoe Pan and Mitchell Grey on their 4th place finishes at the ROPSSAA Golf Championships. We are so excited by the skill and focus that these two grade 9s demonstrated on the course at Lionhead G.C.C., considering this was their first High School ...
The HS cross-country team ran hard at the Heart Lake Invitational, our last race before the ROPSSAA championship meet. Our top finishers were Rebecca Wong (8th in the Senior Girls race) and Simon Fernandes (10th in the Junior Boys race). With results like these, both ...
The High School Athletic Asociation's annual charity car wash takes place this Friday! Proceeds from the event will be donated to Right To Play, a global organization that uses the transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing adversity.
Last Friday, the High School Athletic Association hosted its annual charity car wash. Both the sun and students' spirits were shining bright as the group raised over $300 for Right to Play - an organization that works tirelessly getting kids involved in sports across ...
The HS cross-country team had a great day at the ROPSSAA meet! Special mention goes to Wahaj Khan, who ran almost four minutes faster than his previous race. Our top finishers were Simon Fernandes (8th of 170 junior boys) and Rebecca Wong (8th of 200 senior girls). ...
Last Friday was the first Notes at Noon of the school year. The performances this month included:
Adam Hadzikadunic (Guitar/Vocals): "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day
Brock Josipovic (Guitar): "Under The Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
The High School Division's annual Speech Competition took place on Wednesday - with class winners from last month's Speech Night competing for their respective grade's top prize!
Here are the winners:
Grade 12 - Peter Li, "Facing Challenges"Grade 11 - ...
Over the November long weekend, a group of HS students and staff had the opportunity to travel to New York City for a fun and educational tour of the city. Here is what two students, Reine and Michael, had to say:
Reine Tahan (Grade 11):
This November long ...
Yesterday, senior accounting students from Mentor went to the CPA No Limits Conference to learn about what it takes to be a Chartered Professional Accountant.
More importantly, they were able to meet with several CPAs across a wide variety of industries and to ...
On Friday, the wrestling team took a squad of 14 wrestlers to Hamilton to compete at the Bishop Ryan Tournament. For some of the athletes this was only their second time competing in the sport. All wrestlers are to be proud of their accomplishments and the coaches are ...
Recently, the Model UN team attended the annual Secondary Schools’ United Nations Symposium (SSUNS) in Montreal. The team bonded over shared successes in committee, the pain of wearing business formal, eating numerous crêpes, and the opportunity to practice everyday ...
On Saturday, the DECA team took part in the annual regional competition at Sinclair Secondary School in Whitby. Months of preparation certainly paid off as the team went on to its most successful regional result in Mentor College history, with 50 awards total!
We would like to congratulate the following students on their recent success in the University of Waterloo Canadian Senior Mathematics Contest. These students obtained excellent results and, for their effort, were awarded medals and certificates of distinction
Mentor alumnus (Class of 2013) and independent filmmaker Ajay Rahkraj spoke to all of Mr. Brewster's Grade 12 media students about his experiences and path to being a filmmaker.
The entertaining presentation touched on the methods of filmmaking, film school, ...
After another outstanding effort from Mentor’s DECA team, we are happy to announce the most successful provincial results in school history! With 8000 students from all over Ontario, the entire DECA team performed exceptionally well with a combined total of 29 ...
Congratulations to the Mentor wrestlers who competed at the Junior ROPSSAA Championships last Friday. The coaches were very proud to be in their corners and appreciated how much the athletes all supported each other.
The following Mentor wrestlers finished in the ...
Last night was the annual EDI (Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion) Conference! We are honoured to have welcomed these three engaging, inspirational, and powerful speakers: Sonia Sennik, Samra Zafar, and Jonathon Reed. Thank you to our guests. Well done, student and ...
On Friday, a group of Mentor international students attended a Mississauga Steelheads hockey game. Inspired by Gary’s speech on “hockey” earlier in the year, the group made signs for the game, tried on hockey equipment, and did a stick-handling relay race before ...
The bantam girls finished their season on a high note - winning 8 of their last 10 games and winning the Peel Region Grade 9 Girls' Championship. In the finals, they defeated Heart Lake 25-20 and 25-20 with all players contributing to the wins. Team captains Alice ...
Grade 10 student Hamza Qureshi is in his second year on the wrestling team. He reached his performance peak at the end of the season - just in time for the Junior and Senior ROPSSAA Championships. He has a bright future in this sport and we know that he will continue ...
Congratulations to the wrestlers who competed at Senior ROPSSAA on Thursday. The team demonstrated the best wrestling of the season. We wish good luck to Viky Thanarajah and Omogbai Asekomhe (pictured, in center) - who will now move on to compete at OFSAA next week in ...
The alpine ski team was truly privileged to have Grade 11 skier Ryan Morgan represent Mentor College at OFSAA Alpine 2020. For many athletes, just qualifying to compete at such a high provincial level is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
Ryan is a true athlete ...
The Laurel: A Writing Festival takes place Wednesday March 11 at 7:00 PM. The Festival - featuring a series of student-written plays - promises to be an evening of quality entertainment. Tickets are not required. Optional donations to ArtStarts (a non-profit ...
The HS wrestling season finished this week with the OFSAA championships in Sault Ste. Marie. The Marauders were well-represented and finished the tournament with 11 wins and just 3 losses. Left to right are Omogbai Asekohme (bronze medal), Coach Miller, and Vaikunthan ...
Congratulations to the newly-elected 2019-2020 Intermediate Division Student Parliament!
Grade 8 Prime MinistersAmare Getahun and Jayan Ali
Grade 7 Deputy Prime MinistersAmmar AdamAndrew Papaconstantinou
Grade 6 RepresentativesDaniel SlyBen ...
After spending the last month learning about the election and voting processes, as well as discussing the various political leaders and parties involved in today’s Canadian federal election, Mentor Grade 8 students had the chance to cast their very own votes! Using ...
Students in Ms. Suri's and Ms. Sarna's Grade 8 classes took some time in class to show their appreciation to the Canadian Armed Forces' men and women serving abroad during this holiday season. Each student wrote a personalized message of support and holiday cheer in a ...
Grade 8 student Emily Jeftovic submitted the following report:
Yesterday, Tuesday January 14 2020, two representatives from the Unity Charity came to Mentor College to give a presentation about resilience, respect, and much more. The Grade 7 and 8 students from ...
Student Parliament, Leaders for Change, the Environment Club and Mrs. Keeler’s class made generous donations to support a very successful bake sake and raffle last Friday.
A huge thank you to the students and teachers in Grades 5-8 who bought baked goods and ...
In science classes, Grade 6 students have begun their Flight unit. Studying the properties of air and air pressure, students learned that the air all around us is exerting pressure on us but that we don't always feel it. Students examined suction cups and figured out ...
The staff at the Primary Campus is excited to welcome the students for the 2019-2020 school year! Since last week, teachers have been preparing their classes and lessons while the maintenance staff puts the finishing touches on getting the classrooms and hallways ...
To start the school year, students in Grades 3 and 4 have been testing out their soccer skills playing End Wall Soccer. This variation of soccer allows for full class participation as students are required to protect the entire wall if they are not on the field of ...
On Thursday, the Grade 4 students hosted the annual Medieval Feast! Each student dressed as his/her character in society and enjoyed a delicious meal. During the feast, the knights and crusaders were dubbed while honouring to deliver sweet treats to their teachers. ...
This week, Mme Wertman's Grade 1 French students read a version of the story The Mitten by Jan Brett. After learning the vocabulary words for the animals, they ended the week with a sequencing activity. The students successfully coded a Bee Bot to get the animals ...
Junior Kindergarten to Grade 4 students engaged in fun virtual music activities this week. Each grade level was given a specific task to create their own instruments! So FUN!
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