Alumnus John Horworth (Class of 2008) is back with a few more tips to help us navigate the new world of video-conferencing.
Southridge Voices Blog
This blog is a compilation of posts from the various members in our Southridge community.
It’s easy to be grateful and express gratitude when things are going well and everything is seemingly under control; however, expressing gratitude when things are uncertain and messy can be tough...
As we navigate through a new and disruptive normal with at-home learning and at-home working, cyber criminals are counting on us to let our guards down. Check out these helpful tips...
With Mental Health Week upon us (May 4-10), it seems fitting, particularly during this time of uncertainty, to remind ourselves of the importance of caring for our psychological well-being.
Grade 10 student Kevin S. shares how he and Mr. Morris decided to use the school's 3D Printers to help essential workers.
Today would have marked the 25th Annual Southridge School Country Fair. Every year since the school opened, this event has been a remarkable undertaking...
At Southridge, contribution is at the heart of what we inherit and pass on, and 25 years into our journey, we remain grateful for the visionary contributions of our entire community...
Our Senior School Teacher-Librarian, Ms. Moser, shares a few book picks!
We're weeks into the COVID-19 remote work new normal and must confess this transition hasn't been easy.
Our Senior School counsellors provide tips on dealing with the current uncertainty and why it's important to feel your emotions.
Sal is the half orca, half eagle mascot of Southridge who can often be seen leading the cheering at school and athletic events.
Working and learning from home is uncharted territory for many of us. Here are some helpful tips for setting up a successful at-home learning experience.
Our Principal, Mr. Smith, examines why it's important and okay for students to struggle in order to really learn and grow.
At Southridge, we are committed to keeping our students safe online. This year, we started a campaign to bring cyber safety awareness to students in Grades 5-12.