A group of 52 CHS students attended the 14th annual Vancouver Youth Model United Nations (VYMUN) conference from Friday, October 25 to Sunday, October 27 at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler.
The Class of '21 Blackjack
Each one of our girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 comes to Crofton House School with a unique life experience. What they share while here is a transformative experience that allows them to discover and reach their true potential.
The Class of 2021 have played the cards they were dealt with grace and resilience. Though far from an ordinary year, the creativity, courage, and citizenship they anted up was nothing short of extraordinary. They found creative ways to uphold our traditions, the courage to embrace big changes, and were upstanding citizens in their communities, even from six feet apart. We’d bet on each one of them, and we know they’re going all-in on their next chapter. We asked the Class of 2021 to share their plans for next year and some reflections on their time at Crofton House. We hope you enjoy!
"These are the girls who will be the future leaders, the girls who will make the difference. They can do anything. That’s what we need girls and women to do. To make it a better world for everyone." Ena Harrop | Head of School
As part of the Ivy Compass program, Junior and Senior School students were invited to sign-up to help make “no sew” blankets with fabric donated from local company Lunapads. The soft, colourful blankets will be donated to the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre.
Three Crofton House students participated in the International Independent Schools' Competition (IISPSC), an annual public speaking event open to member schools from across the world.