Sedbergh Students are ortunate to live, study, and play on a campus that providesan incomparable venue or outdoor activities. As a result students stay activethrough a variety o organized sports and outdoor activities. Sedbergh studentsparticipate in a wide variety o intramural and competitive sports.
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The unique academic curriculum o Sedbergh School uses integrated programsand takes advantage o our small, supportive learning environment to prepareall students or university and beyond. Our extraordinary teachers and sta takeadvantage o all teachable moments wherever and whenever they appear. Thisallows or learning to take place both in the classroom and out.Sedbergh students experience courses unique to Sedbergh such as:
Wilderness Integration Course (WIC):
The WIC program ocuses on deliveringcourse content, such as history and moral education through hands-on experiencesin outdoor environments.
Environmental Leadership Course:
The integrated program ELC, examinesenvironmental science-geography, ecology, economics, ethics and leadership. Thisunique course is designed to create an awareness o and an appreciation or thenatural world we live in.
Grade 12 Thesis Project:
Grade 12 students develop their own writtenthesis project and verbal deence. This important element o the grade 12 yearstrengthens research, analytical and communication skills, which are critical orsuccess in university and beyond.
EnglishMathematicsGeometry and DiscreteCalculusData Management ScienceBiologyChemistryHistoryGeographyArtsPhysical EducationFrenchLeadershipPersonal Social EducationCareer Choice EducationWilderness Integration Course*Environmental LeadershipCourse*Grade 12 Thesis Project*
Sedbergh graduates move on to the QuebecCEGEP program ater grade 11 or onto universityater grade 12.
Our vast campus allows students toparticipate in on-site activities such as:
Students also participate inorganized sporting eventssuch as: