Category Archives: British Columbia History

Sechelt Inlet: An Introduction to Sea Kayaking

By Justin and Ezra On April 11th 2017, the Discovery students headed out on their last journey before the looming Year-End Trip; a three day “immersion” into sea kayaking in the Sechelt Inlet. We arrived at the Field House at the … Continue reading

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Chinatown Tour: A Look Back Through History

By Aidan On January 30th, the Discovery class had a unique cultural tour in one of Vancouver history-rich neighborhoods: Chinatown. We began our tour at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen classical chinese garden with an introduction to Thomas, our guide. Thomas … Continue reading

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Journey to Elfin Lake

By Ezra and Jacky Going into this trip, the boys had already experienced a portion of what winter camping has to offer during their time in Manning Park. Even though we arrived at the fieldhouse at 6am, everyone was buzzing … Continue reading

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Museum of Anthropology

By Andrew Campbell On the rainy morning of Wednesday November 12, the Discovery 10 class of 2016/17 headed to the Vancouver Museum of Anthropology to begin our Social Studies unit on Native Canadian culture. This was also a way to … Continue reading

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