And just like that, May has arrived and along with it, the end of term 5.
The Bolton boys are now finished half of their classes for the year with many final exams, presentations, projects, and a few celebrations filling the past week. Some of the senior students still have AP exams to write this week, but there is a sense of relief from all as we head into the final 6-week session of classes.
It was also a very busy week for sports with Rowing, Tennis, Rugby, Badminton, and Track and Field in full swing. Malik was rowing in the prestigious Brentwood regatta and, along with 2 silvers and a bronze, qualified for the National Championship later this month in Ontario!
Leupold and LeRoy were flying high at the track and field meet. Leupold captured both the junior high jump (1.7 m) and long jump (5.2 m) titles, with LeRoy claiming gold in the senior high jump (1.8 m). Nice work boys!
Savo played up with the Sr. Rugby team on Friday as they beat Robert Bateman from Abbotsford in an exciting game. The seniors are set to play 2 games this week including the City Final on Friday while the Juniors travel to Shawnigan Lake for the Island semi-finals. Here is an action shot from last weekend at the Alumni game that captures the work of the Bolton boys on the field this week
Here are a couple of photos and a wonderful video from Alumni weekend that features a couple of Bolton Boys in action, what a great time it was!
Oscar has wrapped up his initiative to raise food for the local food bank. Here he is with all of the donations brought in last week. What a wonderful way to give back to the community and exemplify the school’s value of Service.
Saturday was full of the usual array of activities. Teigan and Ai enjoyed a 3D IMAX movie about dinosaurs but were most excited about their dipped cones from Chocolats Favoris!
Subaig gave his younger brother, Sam, a tour of the house when he came to visit on Saturday. A future Boltonite?
Always thinking of winning the House Cup, the Bolton Boys were busy in the fitness center and honing their basketball skills late into the evening on Saturday night.
Good luck to all students in their final semester of classes. We continue to be so proud of each Bolton boy and look forward to celebrating their successes.