A positive learning experience is focused on exploration and discovery. At The Bishop Strachan School (BSS), students become active participants in their learning journey and are encouraged to follow their interests and curiosity. Learning is designed to prepare them for success, giving them the knowledge and skills they need to start university with confidence.
Join Nicolle SIRISKO ’02, BSS Alumnae Association Executive Co-Chair and Co-Founder of AndThenIWasFree, a non-profit organization focused on addiction, mental health and LGBTQ2S+ support and education, at our first-ever BSS Connect Presents: Fighting Gender Bias in the Workplace.
During a year of unprecedented challenge, BSS graduates have shown grit, resilience and leadership. We know they will ascend to new heights, as they begin leading-edge programs at universities and colleges around the world, in fields as diverse as engineering, biomedical sciences, musical theatre, social work, and interactive media and game design.
Join Global Learning and the Muslim Student Union for a virtual screening of the film Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story, which depicts the life of a Muslim war heroine during World War II.
Congratulations to Stephanie Urena Rodriguez, Class of 2021, who was awarded the Loran Scholarship, Canada’s largest and most comprehensive four-year undergraduate award on the basis of character, service and the promise of leadership.
When Leah F in Grade 7 learned that she wouldn’t be able to celebrate her bat mitzvah with a traditional party, due to COVID-19, she turned what many would consider a major disappointment into a story of inspiration.
On Friday, February 19, 450 students in Grade 8 - 12 from Canadian and international independent schools (as well as the Grade 6 BSS classes) came together virtually to collaborate, share, and cultivate a sense of belonging at the first YouBelong Student Diversity Leadership Summit.
Do you want to get ahead this summer? Are you wondering how you'll fit in all the amazing courses you want to take in high school? You can earn a full credit, upgrade your skills or explore something new at BSS Summer Academy.
Middle School English teacher Celeste Kirsh loves talking about education. That's why she started the Cohort21 podcast Teaching Tomorrow as a way to give teachers easy access to inspiring, thoughtful conversations about education that address authentic dilemmas faced by real educators.
We are thrilled to announce Sandy Hudson as the Keynote Speaker for our student-led YouBelong Summit. Hudson is a Jamaican-Canadian activist, writer and educator from Toronto. She is credited with co-founding the official Toronto branch of Black Lives Matter, helping to launch a larger presence for the movement in Canada.