The LCS Experience
Twelve students went on a service project to Costa Rica during the March Break.
Joel Hilckey visited LCS for a thought provoking talk that included playing with mousetraps and other ideas for a better life.
Aaju Peter, the 2017 Jack Matthews Fellow, had a very insightful visit with our AP English class.
The Contemplative Space is now open. It speaks to and honours the diversity of our students and all our community members.
Megan McShane '17 asked students and staff members why they love Christmas Break!
Megan McShane '17 asked students and staff members what their favourite memory is of this year so far!
Vocal and instrumental artists put on a fantastic show for the LCS community at the annual Winter Concert!
Students in our new Culinary Arts program have been cooking up some delicious meals and learning invaluable skills with our guest chef, Evan Podd from The Old Bridge Inn!
Current and alumni parents were treated to a festive morning of performances, readings and updates from our students!
Matthews House shared the history of their house and spoke about Jack Matthews, who its named after, during their Chapel.
Students shared what they learned about giving back, what they still need to learn, and what made a lasting impression.
Poem by Tori Quick '17, Music by One Republic
The School Life Class held a live video conference with MP Rob Oliphant, Co-Chair of the House-Senate Committee on "Physician Assistant Dying."
The Rock Choir performed two songs at Through the Red Door.
Everyone came out for house pride and points at the first Air Bands competition of the year!
The Grove was very fortunate to have the 2016 Jack Matthews Fellow, Dalal Al-Waheidi, visit our campus.
Students braved the cold temperatures at Katchewanooka Rod, our version of the Iditarod!
The 1st Girls' Volleyball team defeated CDS 25-12, 25-20, 25-21! Go Grove!