Alumni News/Profiles

The stories of our alumni and their post-Shawnigan journey are varied, and we are thrilled to share a few of them with you through our Shawnigan Alumni Profiles. The profiles are conducted on an ongoing basis with the Alumni Engagement Team, and are communicated through our Shawnigan Connect Alumni Digest.

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  • Project Future Update

    Project Future, Shawnigan's new strategic plan, is energizing our School community and building momentum around our key strategic pillars of Academic Excellence, Co-Curricular Distinction, and Student Life Unparalleled. This is a brief progress report on our current initiatives, which we will develop in future editions of Community News. If you have an interest in any of the initiatives, please reach out to us at or 250-743-6235.
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  • Staffing Update 2021/22

    Part of the annual rhythm of the School includes changes to the staff team at the end of the academic year. This year those changes include four retiring faculty and staff! While it is always hard to say goodbye to members of the Shawnigan family, we are excited about the incoming staff who will be joining us this fall from all over Canada and the world to help us realize our Project Future pillars of “Inspiring Academic Excellence,” “Innovating for Co-Curricular Distinction,” and “Imagining Student Life Unparalleled.”
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  • The Extraordinary Art of Finding a Lost Old Boy (Alumnus) – Peter Saul ’50 (Ripley’s)

    It’s such a pleasure connecting with an Old Boy, who for many years has been missing from our rolls. Such was the case when we learned about Peter Saul ’50 (Ripley’s). Much has been written about this American painter and his inimitable popular culture depictions, his use of vivid colours and cartoonish characters to satirize current affairs and political leaders over the many years he has grown to fame, spanning from 1960 to the present.
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