Our very talented students gave an outstanding performance with the Toronto Wind Youth Orchestra: Symphonic Winds. These amazing musicians were part of an incredible concert performed at the Scarborough Citadel on Saturday March 23rd. Congratulations gentlemen; we are very proud of you!
Congratulations to all of our students who participated in this year’s Science Fair. Your projects were outstanding!
Newton’s Grove School alumnus, Prem Singh costars with actor Mickey Rourke in the award winning film,Tiger. The movie is based on a true story about Canadian Boxer, Pradeep Singh Nagra who was banned from boxing due to his religious beliefs. Prem co-wrote the screenplay with fellow Canadian actor, Michael Pugliese. The movie inspires and promotes messages of diversity, love, empathy and acceptance. The film will be in theatres on November 30th. Bravo, Prem!
The Environmental Committee planted our first Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree into the tree well outside the music room today! It was a very successful planting; huge thank you to everyone who came out to help!
We would like to congratulate Emily Yeung, Kannan Bloor, Justin Yeung and Michael Husu for being accepted into the prestigious Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra's Youth Band and Symphonic Winds!
We would like to congratulate Andres McKean and Connor Turk for being accepted into the Hannaford Youth Band's Junior and Community Bands!The Hannaford Youth Program (HYP) is operated under the auspices of the HANNAFORD STREET SILVER BAND, a world renowned, award winning, professional brass band that has been active in the Toronto community since 1983.
The Hannaford Youth Program is a fantastic opportunity for BRASS and PERCUSSION players ages 7 to 24 years, beginner to advanced, to participate in any one of three brass bands: Congratulations to these amazing musicians!
Congratulations to the U14 Boys Soccer Team for capturing our 1st varsity championship of the year.
2018 PSAA Champions!
Our director, Mrs. Bush and Partner, Dr. Hassanein were acknowledged by Councillor Carolyn Parrish as "Malton's Heroes".
On Canada Day, our band had the honour of performing Oh Canada for a large audience including dignitaries from all levels of government. Councillor Parrish acknowledged Mrs. Bush and Dr. Hassanein for their community support. Thank you to our band members and their families for attending this wonderful celebration.