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At Crofton House School, we inspire girls to discover and pursue their personal excellence from the first day of Junior Kindergarten, through Middle School, to Grade 12 graduation, and beyond.

Living our core values of courage, creativity and citizenship during their time here helps prepare Crofton House girls for a world of extraordinary possibilities.

How can you build leadership skills with real world experience?
Can exploring a culture help you learn a language?
How can a trip to abroad make us better citizens?
Can financial assistance bring our community even closer?
From the Croftonian Crumbs Blog

How can you build leadership skills with real world experience?

The Canadian High Schools Model United Nations conference has begun. There are many groups in the hotel this weekend, including over 600 student delegates, plus staffers (students who run the committee sessions), secretariat (students who run the conference), and a group of adults (who put on the conference), as well as many chaperone teachers…

— Lindsey Sorensen, Teacher, English, Senior School
From the Croftonian Crumbs Blog

Can exploring a culture help you learn a language?

In Spanish 11, we had the opportunity to work collaboratively with UBC undergraduate Spanish learners and Professor Samuel Navarro-Ortega from the Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies. The aim was to create language encounters (LE) that enrich exposure to the Spanish language, culture, and teaching experiences beyond the classroom.

— Nicole Page-Newman, Senior School Spanish Teacher
From the Croftonian Crumbs Blog

How can a trip to abroad make us better citizens?

This spring break, 21 Crofton House students ventured far out of their comfort zones and even further away from home to the Maasai Mara in Kenya, embarking on a journey that would not only change their own lives, but impact countless others as well.

— Caroline T and Melissa Z
From the Croftonian Crumbs Blog

Can financial assistance bring our community even closer?

In grade 9, Jastina Aujla ‘16 was a regular teenage girl, enjoying school, making friends and dreaming about her future. She had joined Crofton House School in grade 8, and a year into high school, “life was awesome,” she says with a big smile.

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