On September 19th, 2019, we launched our Country Fair Community Grant Program. Through this initiative, we are donating proceeds from the 25th Annual Country Fair, on May 2nd, 2020, to local non-profits as a "thank you" to the community for their support over the past 25 years.
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Every fall, Senior School students participate in Leadership Experience Week activities. The Grade 11 and 12 students attend "Career Day" for their kick-off event. Each year, we invite guests to tell their stories to our senior students to assist them as they investigate career and education pathways.
This year, our community is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Southridge, marking a 25-year-long tradition of developing students with strong minds and good hearts who make a difference in the world.
Elaine Van (Class of '06) shares her story about starting her own business and her goals for the future.
Brooke Pagé (Class of '03) shares her story how she turned a life-altering incident into an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others.
Congratulations to Southridge School Alumni Krittika D'Silva on being named as one of RBC's Top 25 Canadian Immigrants and its Top 25 Youth Award winner.
Southridge Alumni, Kathy Ager - Class of '99, is taking part in the Vancouver Mural Festival.
The Alumni Executive Board for the Southridge School Alumni Association is delighted to announce the appointment of three new Board members, who officially joined the association on May 15th, 2019.
The Alumni Executive Board for the Southridge School Alumni Association will hold its Annual General Meeting at Southridge School on May 15, 2019 at 7:00 pm.
Since November 2018, the Grade 12 Journalism class has been producing The Breezeway, a student-led publication which is distributed to students, faculty, and staff every 4-6 weeks. Check out this alumni-related article from a recent issue.
In celebration of Southridge's 25th anniversary, we are recognizing the remarkable achievements of our alumni.
For Khalil Jessa (Class of '07), happiness and success are the result of listening to your instincts, seizing opportunities, and approaching each day with excitement and curiosity.
Biologist. Student. Songstress. Entrepreneur. Teacher. These are just a few of the titles that describe Joelle Prevost (Class of '05). Her resume boasts an impressive compilation of academic, volunteer, and life experience, and at 12 years post-secondary...
As a third-year law student at the Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law (TRU Law), I have been afforded many opportunities to represent the school on a national level. In February of 2018, I was chosen to represent TRU Law in the Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Law Moot...