Students learn to make a difference in the daily life of the school through composting, recycling, and lending a hand in cleaning the school itself.
Students learn to make a difference in the Bowen Island community by helping create and design a re-use it centre that, once built, addressed some of the material needs of the island’s residents. Today that centre lives on as the Knick Knack Knook.
Students learn to make a difference in the lives of sick children by raising money for the BC Cancer Society, and students learn to make a difference in the lives of third world children by raising money for children living and studying at the Royal Seed Home orphanage in Kesoa, Ghana.
The close-knit community here means that students understand their actions directly affect the lives of their peers, their teachers, and people they might never meet.