TORONTO, Oct. 15 /CNW/ - The Bishop Strachan School is proud to present Breakfast With Champions, a fresh approach to the independent school "open house" concept, where parents and students have the opportunity to visit and learn more about the schools they might be considering. Now in its second year, BSS has implemented this speaker series format to provide prospective Junior and Senior School students (JK-12), and their parents, a deeper understanding of what a BSS education can offer. The series of breakfast panel discussions brings together teachers, students and guests in talks about specific aspects of school life and what to look for when deciding on the right fit.
Students and parents who are interested in learning more about BSS are invited for breakfast at the school. Each session will feature a panel of expert faculty from specific program areas as well as student leaders who will be discussing the BSS experience and taking questions from the audience. A peek into daily life at the school and tours of the facility will follow.
- Girls in the Middle - Focus on 7/8
- Raising the Bar - Enriched Academic Programming
- Athletics and Wellness
- Design Thinking - Spotlight on the Arts
- Junior School, BSS Style
The sessions will run from October 15 through to November 18, 2009. Interested participants can register at www.bss.on.ca.
About The Bishop Strachan School:
The Bishop Strachan School, Canada's oldest day and boarding school for girls, is renowned for its expertise in the particular learning needs of girls and offers a single-gender environment that helps girls achieve their best, both academically and in their life's pursuits. www.bss.on.ca
SOURCE The Bishop Strachan School
For further information: For further information: or to attend a session please contact Rachel Yeager, Director of Communications, The Bishop Strachan School at (416) 483-4325 ext. 1680 or email@example.com