TUESDAY, 3 JUNE 2014 3:41 PM
“I learned to write under Baba’s watchful gaze in the soft orange glow of an oil lamp.”
The stories of many women may have been left out of history, but they won’t be forgotten thanks to the work of a few alumni.
POSTED BY DANIELLE
MONDAY, 28 APRIL 2014 4:45 PM
Pearson College UWC raced through the finish line of the TC10K for the fifth year in a row on Sunday, April 27, and we are proud to announce we had once again the largest school team, with 112 participants this year, winning the $1000 Island Farms School Team Challenge Award. The sun wasn’t too hot, the rain mostly held off and the cherry blossoms were out.
We scored the School Challenge Award as fastest school team, and came in as second fastest team overall with an average time for the top 5 runners of 38:52 — just 29 seconds behind Corporate Challenge Winner LifeSport’s average time of 38:23.
We were privileged to be on a team with possibly the only blind runner in the race, and one of the top-20 runners overall — an incredible feat for a run that attracted 11,000 athletes. Go, Pearson, go!
POSTED BY DAVID
FRIDAY, 31 MAY 2013 2:30 PM
by Laura Verhegge, Teacher of Biology and Marine Sciences
Pearson College was one of the first schools in North America to offer the International Baccalaureate—the most recognized and respected high-school diploma in the world. We still develop innovative international curriculum for it, such as the IB Marine Science course.
Discover more about the innovative Marine Sciences program at Pearson College UWC, including: field trips, activities, discoveries, marine organisms, scientific data and student research.
READ The Pearson College Marine Science Blog