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  • Calling All BSS Alum Singers!

    You have an opportunity to perform again in a BSS Choir! We will be forming a Reunion Choir for the Reunion Chapel Service which will be held on Friday, May 26 starting at 5:30 PM, as part of the Reunion festivities. You do not have to be from one of the celebrated years - (ending in 3 and 8) everyone is welcome to participate.
  • Intersection

    Intersection is an annual whole school event that celebrates the arts across the school. This student and parent event highlights the remarkable work of our students, Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12. Intersection will take place on Thursday, May 11 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Stay tuned for more details!
  • Save the Date: Mosaic of Marks, Words, Material Exhibition and Atelier

    The Ontario Reggio Association, in collaboration with BSS, is excited to host the upcoming travelling exhibit from Reggio Emilia, Italy called the Mosaic of Marks, Words, Material Exhibition and Atelier. This exhibit tells the story of research done in Reggio Emilia about children’s mark making, drawing, narrative, storytelling and how the exploration of different materials evokes and inspires different mark making experiences. The last travelling exhibit from Reggio Emilia came to Toronto seven years ago, and the previous one was hosted 10 years earlier. This March will be the first time an exhibit has been hosted at BSS.
  • Adolescence and Healthy Sexuality Guest Speaker: Peggy Orenstein

    Peggy Orenstein is the author of The New York Times best-sellers Boys & Sex, Girls & Sex, Cinderella Ate My Daughter and Waiting for Daisy as well as Don’t Call Me Princess, Flux and the classic SchoolGirls. Her latest book is a memoir, Unraveling: What I Learned About Life While Shearing Sheep, Dyeing Wool and Making the World’s Ugliest Sweater.
  • The Speaker's Union Needs Your Help!

    Are you interested in getting back into the school to support our students? Public Speaking and Debate judges are needed for an interschool competition on Saturday, April 1. No experience necessary. Please RSVP to hmiller@bss.on.ca.
  • Women’s March

    The Girls’ March is a student-led movement imagined in 2018 by former Junior School student, Halle Jain. During a research project about gender stereotypes, Halle expressed her concerns about gender inequities, and proposed a neighborhood Junior School Girls’ March that would allow students to voice their support for girls and women all over the world.  
  • 3 Ways to Get Involved in the Arts at BSS

    The arts are an integral part of our curriculum at The Bishop Strachan School. Whether it’s visual and media arts, theatre or dance, our students are given many opportunities to explore their creativity in the classroom and outside of it. 
  • Choosing Your Academic Path at Our All Girls School

    At The Bishop Strachan School, we strive for excellence in every aspect of students’ lives. This is achieved by helping students find their strengths, solidify their goals and pursue a meaningful  academic path. 

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