Welcome to the Brent Community!
Hello! My name is Sheila Taylor and I am very excited about becoming a member of the Brent School community. I have been teaching in the areas of P.E. and French Immersion since 1993. I am a volleyball and basketball coach and love sports of all kinds, in particular, water sports and am looking forward to learning to scuba dive and surf while I am in the Philippines. I am also doing my masters in Sport counseling and hope to add this layer to my position as activity director and my contributions to my new found Brent family.
Ms. Gladys Kong
Hello new Brent family! I’m Gladys Kong and am excited to be the new IB Biology and Science teacher in the upcoming year. Having grown up in Vancouver, British Columbia as well as Hong Kong, I hope to share my love for the outdoors as well as my experience as an international student. Some of my favourite things to do include scuba diving, reading, playing volleyball, and exploring! I’m looking forward to a wonderful year and hope to meet you in the classroom or on the court!
My name is Jeremy Power and I am so excited and grateful to be welcomed into the Brent community!
I am a proud Canadian from rural Ontario and I enjoy the outdoors and love experiential learning. Swimming, biking and hiking are favourite hobbies of mine, in addition to being a huge fan of music and movies of all kinds. I enjoy playing around with technology, too!. My passion for history and geography will shine through as your new social sciences and IB history teacher!!
Through the years, we have consistently produced graduates who have been accepted to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities around the world. Below is a list of colleges and universities where our students applied and were accepted.
Immerse yourself in select areas of our campus through 360deg. photographs.
The Brent Hymn
August 3, 2016
Dorm Orientation 2pm
Location: Cameron Forbes
Hosted by Glaiza Tan. All parents or local guardians and boarding students. Assistant dorm parent. Fill in or substitute dorm parent.
August 3, 2016
The International Baccalaureate Program
In grades 11 & 12, Brent follows a program based on the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate Organization. The IB Diploma program is based on the principle of learning to learn. It requires all students to take three subjects at Higher Level and three subjects at Standard Level. For students who may not be able to fulfill the requirements of all six IB course in addition to the core program of Community, Action, and Service (CAS), Extended Essay, and Theory of Knowledge (TOK), individual IB subject certificates may be granted for the the exams. A good pass at Higher Level normally gains credits toward North American College courses.