• the 1st Boys’ Tennis team took to the courts against tennis clubs from Toronto and Peterborough as well as the Kenner Collegiate Tennis team. The tournament was run by Will Seeley of Kenner Collegiate but was held on the courts at LCS. The LCS team got off to a quick start, winning the first match of the day and the boys maintained their efforts throughout the day to finish the day with a set of medals
    1st Boys' Tennis Tournament

    the 1st Boys’ Tennis team took to the courts against tennis clubs from Toronto and Peterborough as well as the Kenner Collegiate Tennis team. The tournament was run by Will Seeley of Kenner Collegiate but was held on the courts at LCS. The LCS team got off to a quick start, winning the first match of the day and the boys maintained their efforts throughout the day to finish the day with a set of medals

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  • It was a great day on the hill for the Alpine Ski Racing team, and on the ice for the SLASH hockey teams.  The group was happy to be joined by incoming Head of School Struan Robertson (#17 Jersey) who took some time out of his busy visit to the school to join in on the ice.
    Alpine Ski Racing and SLASH Hockey

    It was a great day on the hill for the Alpine Ski Racing team, and on the ice for the SLASH hockey teams. The group was happy to be joined by incoming Head of School Struan Robertson (#17 Jersey) who took some time out of his busy visit to the school to join in on the ice.

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  • Bouldering is a fundamental component of the sport climbing program at LCS. Fun and learning are the goals of the climbing regimen. Climbers this year participated in a bouldering challenge to see who could climb the most on one day; in the female category it was Tess Wilson with an average of 26 problems, and in the Male Category, Adam Theissen,  with an average of 30 problems. Throughout the course of the three terms we added even more difficult problems which gave the more advanced climbers projects to work on. We are looking forward to next season to see who can improve the most in our on-site facility.
    Bouldering at LCS

    Bouldering is a fundamental component of the sport climbing program at LCS. Fun and learning are the goals of the climbing regimen. Climbers this year participated in a bouldering challenge to see who could climb the most on one day; in the female category it was Tess Wilson with an average of 26 problems, and in the Male Category, Adam Theissen, with an average of 30 problems. Throughout the course of the three terms we added even more difficult problems which gave the more advanced climbers projects to work on. We are looking forward to next season to see who can improve the most in our on-site facility.

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  • Fall Term riders practice techniques at Trapelanda Equestrian Centre.
    LCS Riders

    Fall Term riders practice techniques at Trapelanda Equestrian Centre.

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  • Honing Techniques on the Climbing Wall
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  • LCS students seek out the breeze while sailing on Lake Katchewanooka.
    Sailing on Katchewanooka

    LCS students seek out the breeze while sailing on Lake Katchewanooka.

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  • Students enjoy the Paul and Helene Desmarais Family Indoor Climbing Wall located beside the McEwen Gymnasium in Hadden Hall.
    Indoor Climbing Wall

    Students enjoy the Paul and Helene Desmarais Family Indoor Climbing Wall located beside the McEwen Gymnasium in Hadden Hall.

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Lakefield College School is a private, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12, located in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada.

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