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TYRANTS 




Grades 1 1 and 10, 




Senior Literature, Art, 




and Candids. 



ACTIVITIES 

Clubs, Organizations, 
Prizegiving. 



TABLE ( 









TWENTY YEARS OF TIES 




Administration, Dedication, 




Faculty, Yearbook Staff. 



TYROS 

Grades 9, 8 and 7, Junior Literature, 
Art, and Candids. 



TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY 
Colour section of student life 
including CLOWNS, Fall Fair, 
Science Camp, Moto-cross, Terry Fox 
run, Outdoor Education. 



OF CONTENTS 



TIMES PAST 
A nostalgic look at our first twenty 
years. 









BLACK TIE 




The grads of 1991. 



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WIN, LOSE, OR TIE 
The Sports Section. 



LITTLE TYKES 
The elementary school - 
Grades 6 to 1; Elementary 
Literature, Art, Candids. 



Cover designed by 
ANGELA CHUY. 
Cover photographed by 
MICHAEL KELLER 
Ties supplied by 
PETER DITCHBURN and 
ELEANOR HYNDMAN. 




COMMUNITY TIES 
Our advertisers. 



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STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR SCHOOL 



Okotoks, Alberta 



1990-1991 



HEADMASTER'S MESSAGE 



This edition of Paidia is a special one as it celebrates the twentieth 
anniversary of Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School. It presents some reflec- 
tions on the first two decades of our development and the highlights 
of this present school year. 

Looking back to Opening Day on September 1 8th, 1971, we realize 
just how much has happened to the School in twenty years. When Dr. 
J. W. Grant MacEwan, the Lieutenant-Governor of the time, officially 
opened Strathcona-Tweedsmuir, we had 295 students, twenty-four teach- 
ers and five administrative and maintenance staff. This year our enrol- 
ment was 542 students with forty-seven teachers and eleven support staff. 

Although the School has grown in size, it has maintained small class 
size and a low teacher-student ratio. The program has evolved to be- 
come the means of providing many different opportunities for students 
to learn and to develop in academic courses, physical and outdoor ed- 
ucation, fine arts and many other enriching experiences. In twenty years 
701 students have graduated and most have gone to universities of their 
choice in Canada, U.S.A. and elsewhere. 

Our accomplishments have been made possible because of the con- 
tinued support S.T.S. has received from families, teachers, benefactors, 
governors and alumni. In celebrating our twentieth birthday, we rec- 
ognize the vision, hard work and commitment of the many people who 
have made the School what it is today and those who still work to en- 
sure a promising future for a unique school community. 

Paidia '91 will stir many memories of the past and the more recent 
events of a busy and fulfilling twentieth year. I congratulate the editor- 
ial team, Angela Chuy, Karen Neuss and their helpers, our archive vol- 
unteers, Mrs. Stuart, Mrs. Dingwall and Mrs. Mitchell, and staff advisors 
Mr. Taylor and Mr. McConnell, on an impressive yearbook. 

Peter B. Ditchburn, 
Headmaster 



THE LATE 



J.B. CROSS 




The campus of Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School was a gift of Mr. James Braehead Cross and his 
family in 1970-71 

Mr. Cross died in February, 1990, and we honour him by dedicating this issue of PAIDIA to his 
memory. 



FACULTY AND STAFF 



Top Row: B. Lortlng, ). Simmons, J. Hay, 
G. Blais, P. Adams, G. Zederayko 
5th: G. Bauman, ). Walls, A. Wyatt, B. 
Stewart, P. Ropchan, C. Thompson, J. 
Preston, R. Nelson, R. Cojocar, J. Sveen, 
B. Taylor 

4th: ). McConnell, B. Wilson, J. Owens, 
D. lohnson, N. Samson, J. Ryan, L. Har- 
vev. S. Bain, F. MacLean 
3rd: H. Koning, J. Schmit, P. Bumanis, 
S. Biollo, D. Sundstrom, ). Tottenham, 
S. Bartel. P. Ditchburn 
2nd: L. Clarke, D. Hendricks, T. lera- 
kidis, G. Prost, M. Laughren, ). Golds- 
worthy 

1st: S. Orsten, W. Tulick, W. Rodney, 
W. Colborne 

Too late for photo: S. Bustillo, S. Gib- 
son, C. Lemieux 
Behind lens: M. Keller 



Mr. Tottenham, Mrs. Hewson, Mr. Hea 
drick, and Mr. Johnson 




SENIOR ADMINISTRATION 



Headmaster: Peter B. Ditchburn, B.A., Dip. Ed., M.Ed. 



Direct ° rs: Academic Services: James H. McConnell, B.A., M.A. 



Senior High: Patrick R. Adams, B.P.E. 

Junior High: James D. Walls, B.P.Ed. 

Elementary: Lois A. Harvey, B.A. 



SERVICE YEARS 



Twenty-five Years: 



Bob Cojocar 




Twenty Years: 

Garry Bauman 
Gordon Freight 
Jack Hay 
Brian Sills 




Ten Years 



Gerry Blais 
Sharon Gibson 
Judy Coldsworthy 
Lois Harvey 
Don Johnson 
Colette Lemieux 
Bill Lorfing 
Pam Perkins 





Art by faculty and staff was on display in the li- 
brary in this twentieth year of the school. 



sc ience Department 



Coordinator: D.S. Johnson, B.P.E. 
D.R. Nelson, B.Ed. 
W.E. Lorting, B.S.Ed., M.Ed 
H. Harper, B.Sc.(Hons.), B.Ed. 
G. Zederayko, B.Sc., B.Ed. 
). Ryan, B.Sc, M.Ed 

Physical Education Department 

Coordinator: W. Colborne, B.P.E. 

C. K. Thompson, B.P.E., M.Ed. 
W. Rodney, B.P.E., B.Ed. 
W.M. Tulick, B.Ed., Dip. E.C.S. 
).D. Preston, B.P.E., B.Ed. 

Upper Elementary 

Coordinator: J.M. Goldsworthy, B.Ed. 

A. F. Wyatt, B.Ed., Dip. E.C.S. 
P.L. Perkins, B.P.H.E., B.Ed. 
S.L. Gibson, B.Ed. 

J.E. Sveen, B.Ed. 
M.A.S. Bain, B.Sc, B.Ed. 
J.N. Simmons, B.A., B.Ed. 

Fine Arts Department 

Coordinator: S. Biollo, B.Ed. 
R.H. Cojocar, B.Ed. 
G.C. Prost, B.Ed. 

D. Hendricks, B.Mus., M.Mus. 

Social Studies Department 

Coordinator: G.L. Blais, B.Ed. 
C.J. Hay, B.A. 

B. Wilson, B.A. 

Development Office 

Director: G.D. Freight, B.A., Cert. Tours 
L. Hewson, B.A. 
R. Beattie 





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Mathematics and Computers Department 



Coordinator: J.H.S. Orsten, B.Sc, B.Ed. 

G. G. Bauman, B.Sc, M.Ed. 
M.F. Keller, B.Sc, M.Sc. 

H. Koning, B.Ed. 
N.L. Samson, B.Ed. 

T. lerakidis, B.Sc, B.Ed. 



English and Latin Department 



Coordinator: W.P. Taylor, B.Comm., B.A., Dip. Ed., M.Ed., FCCT 
J.E. Schmit, B.A., M.A. 
B.M. Stewart, B.A. 
S. Bartel, B.Ed. 





Modern Languages Department 

Coordinator: C.J. Tottenham, B.A., M.A. 
CM. Lemieux, B.Ed., B.A. 
D. Sundstrom B.Ed 
S.B. Bustillo, B.A., B.Ed. 

Primary 

Coordinator: F. MacLean, B.A. 
J. Owens, B.A., Cert. Ed. 
M. Bumanis, B.Ed. 

Office Administration 

Business Manager: W. Kelm, CM. A. 

B. Hewson 

S. Ellis 

S. Andrew 

K. Mellon 

J. Roberts 

Professional Staff 

Library: P. Ropchan, B.Ed., Dip.Ed, 

L. Clarke, B.A. 
Consultant: M.E. Laughren, B.A., B.Ed., M.Sc. 

Transportation and Maintenance 



K.R. Headrick 
B. Sills 
M. Langley 
G. Sproat 
M. Pollock 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 




EDITORS 

Angela Chuy and Karen Neuss 

COPYMASTER ARTIST 

Michael Forbes lanni Kousinioris 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Mr. Keller 
Jeff Neuss 
Nathan Cronin 
Joel Pash 
Mr. Taylor 

Physical Education Staff 

DESIGNERS AND CONTRIBUTORS 

Micaela Wallace, Aliya Walji, Courtenay Mitchell 
Brianna Johnson, Saare Adams 
Chris Milne 

Christine Robson, Katie Gorman 

Dave Peterson, Elizabeth Blum, Guhan Gunaratnam, 

Monica Sekhon, Dean Williams 

Kathleen Kolanos, Alan Benson, Aimee-Jo Giesbrecht 

Sari Bondar 

Leigh Blakely, Airlie Pullen, Natalie Ward, Christina 

Gordon 

J ilia Mawer 



STAFF ASSISTANCE 



Mr. Taylor 
Mr. McConnell 
Mrs. lerakidis 
Mr. Cojocar 
Mr. Keller 
Mrs. Ropchan 

SPECIAL THANKS TO 

Jim Saunders of Jostens 




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TIMES PAST 



ST. HILDA'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 

School Crest: BEATI MUNDO CORDE 
(Blessed are the Pure in Heart). 

St. Hilda's College opened its doors in 
1905 to 20 day girls and 20 boarders. In 
1924 the School was renamed "St. Hilda's 
School" and by 1930 had 130 students in 
attendance. The School closed in 1949. 




STRATHCONA SCHOOL FOR BOYS 

This School was opened in the Fall of 
1929 with eight small boys but within a 
few months the attendance had grown to 
1 5. By 1 938 the School had outgrown the 
various homes it had occupied and was 
moved to Riverdale Avenue SW. 



TWEEDSMUIR GIRLS SCHOOL 

School Crest: NIL NISI OPTIMUM (Nothing 
but the Best) 

The establishment of this School in 1959 
was the result of the desire of many peo- 
ple, some of whom had themselves at- 
tended St. Hilda's for a private girls' school. 



STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR SCHOOL 

The amalgamation of the history of the 
above three schools resulted in Strathcona- 
Tweedsmuir School as we know it today. 
The official opening of the School was on 
September 18th, 1971. 





Top Right: The Honourable Dr. J.W. Grant MacEwan, Lieutenant Governor 

of Alberta, opens Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School in September 1971. 

Lower Left: Ranchman's Gymnasium opened in 1978. 

L-R: Mr. A.R. Cross, Mrs. Ralphine Locke, Mr. David Dover, Mr. W.A. (Sandy) 

Heard (Headmaster), Mr. Tom Hadway, Mr. John Francis. 

Lower Right: Academic Wing opened in 1981. 

L-R: Mr. W. A. (Sandy) Heard (Headmaster), Mr. Graham Gammell, Dr. 
J.W. Grant MacEwan. 





STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR SCHOOL 



THE HONOURABLE Dr.. J. W. GRANT MacEWAN 

LIEUTENANT COVIANOA 0» TUB MIOVlNCE or DLUtU 

TO COMMEMORATE THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE 
SCHOOL ON THE IBtm DAY Of SEPTEMBER., 1<>71 

RXCOGNITION IS GIVEN BY THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS TO 
THE MANY BENEFACTORS WHOSE CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE 
FORM OF PHOPERTY AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PER MITTtD 
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS INSTITUTION OF LEAR.NINC 

AkC»mcT> 

9TIVBNBON, AAlNtl, BABBITT, HOTTOH, BITOM • »«'«»• 
CONBULTtttO (rKMNEMB 

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Above: Standing: Mr. Sandy Heard (Headmaster), Liz Duffin, Calvin McClary, Louise Barlass. 
Kneeling: Dick Sherlock, Mark Sibley. 

Below: Back Row: Mrs. McWilliam, Linda Garsham, Ben Bennett, Christine Wilderman, Kathy Macdonald. 
Front Row: Robyn Richardson, Marilyn Fleming, Elizabeth Duffin, Louise Barlass. 





Above: Staff Photograph 1986-87 

Below: Staff Choir at 1986 Christmas Concert 





ACTIVITIES 




Above Left: CROSS COUNTRY SKIING c1974. 

Above Middle: CANOE CLUB 1973-74. 

Lower Right: JUNIOR HIGH HOCKEY TEAM 1973-74. 

Back Row: L-R: Brock du Berger, Mark Heard, Ron Kluzak. 
Middle Row: Jeff Crone, Alan Harview, Graham Smith, Jamie Kastens, Ja- 
mie Marks, Paul Storwick, Russell Morrison, Mr. Bauman. 
Front Row: Mitchell Ravvin, Mike Kerr, Paul O'Donoghue, Terry Hleuka, 
Bruce Leslie, Philip Mayson. 



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S.T.S. CAMPUS 



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Aerial view of Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Campus in early 1971. 



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All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by 
night in the dusty resources of their minds wake in the 
day to find that it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day 
are dangerous men for they may act out their dreams with 
open eyes to make it possible. 

Seven Pillars of Wisdom by T.E. Lawrence. 





ANGELA CHUY 



Gather ye rosebuds while ye may. 

Old time is stilla-flying; 
And this same flower that smiles 
today 

Tomorrow will be dying. 

- Robert Herrick 




The Lord Is my shepherd, 
I shall not want, 
fie makes me lie down in green pastures; 
He leads me beside quiet waters. 
He restores my soul; 

He guides me in the paths of righteousness 
For His name's sake. 

Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of 
death, 

I fear no evil; for Thou art with me; 
Thy rod and Thy staff, they comfort me. 
Thou dost prepare a table before me in the presence of my 
enemies; 

Thou hast anointed my head with oil; 
My cup overflows. 

Surely goodness and loving kindness will follow me all 

the days of my life. 
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. 

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impulses. I should be grateful but instead 
...you're beginning to irritate me: I am 
not going to live with myself inside your 
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I'll last a while 

You can't conceive of the 

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Listen, listen, listen 
To my heart's song. 
Listen, listen, listen 
To my heart's song. 
I will never forget you. 
I will never forsake you. 
1 will never forget you. 
1 will never forsake you. 



Between the emotion 
And the response 
Between the essence 
And the descent 
Falls the Shadow 

"The Hollow Men'' T.S. Eli 



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"Electronically Theft Protected" 



"One night while sleeping in my bed. I had a beautiful dream that all of the 
people in the world got together on the same wavelength, and began helping 
one another. Now in this dream universal love was the theme of the day; 
Peace and Understanding." 





Stevie Ray Vaughan 




"Knockin' down boards scream- 
in' out Mcbeth 

Seeing how much bad luck you 
really get." 

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Top: Heidi MacDonald, Hamish McKellar, Roxanne Elenko, Rob- 
ert Cropp 

3rd: Clint Sello, Rachael Owens, Kevin Spear, Meghan Blades 
2nd: Mike Belenkie, Christina Zolotas, Kari Johnsen, Wendy 
lames, Shannon Martin, Mr. Wilson 
1st: Jennifer Upitis, Hartley Sirkis 



Top: Adam Forseth, Tori Jennings, Mark Perkins, Karen Uggers- 
lev, Rob Scott 

2nd: Wade Pederson, Maya Gohill, Zainul Rajan, Nancy Angus, 
Kristen Foulkes, Amy Gan 

1st: Mr. Cojocar, Stephanie Brown, Joel Bumanis, Travis McCon- 
nell, Lauren Blumes, Eric Ciesbrecht 



Top: Kathleen Cronin, Angus Turner, Abi Kinch, Greg Seale, 
Tammy Donnelly, 

2nd: Mike Lane, Danielle Keller, Drew Hyndman, Andrea Lin- 
del, Geoff Lester 

1 st: Jeremy Fleming, Lucy Reimer, Roger McClary, Ashley Skiber, 
Shannon Evasiuk, Mrs. Bartel 



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lop I. n nd Carol Stranziger, Jennifer Tottenham, Heather 
Lorfing, Jennifer Rocker 

3rd: Nicholas Swierzy, Peter Wootl iff, Steve Adams, Ken Hayes, 
Rod Brown 

Jnd: Mr. Schmit, Glen Hawkins, Mark Schneider, Dean Barnieh, 
Sam Lim, Kevin Broun 

1st: Pat Stewart, Vivienne Huisnan, Heidi Dinning, Izumi Ko- 
dama. Matt Conway 



Top: Jennifer Behie, Brandy James, Shauna Doersam, Laura Mer- 
cer, Alissa Mann 

3rd: Fayez Esmail, Sean Cunton, Stephen Caplan, Andy Neil- 
sen, Ernest Chu 

2nd: Cameron Fulton, Utako Tanaka, Gareth Adams, Stephen 
Morris, Brendan Long, Mrs. lerakidis 

1 st: lames Hall, Karim Nogas, Emily Andras, Tim Spedding, T.O. 

Whenham 

Missing: Jack Chow 



Top: Emeline Lamond, Jamie Orsten, Nicole Johnson, Dean Lit- 
sas, Brigita Slekys 

3rd: Roger Balm, Stephanie Griffiths, Matt Bromwich, Shannon 
Blakely, Ian Graham, Lee Laskin 

2nd: Ryan Crowther, Jessica Laughren, Alim Mitha, Connie Pa- 
pas, Christian Steinbock, Miss Harper 

1st: Andrew Kirker, Nairn Ali, Mayumi Yamaguchi, Andrew Tav- 
ender, Jay Stephens 



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Peace in our Time 



by Ashley Bristowe 



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My grandparents were born at the end of the Great 
War 

and never knew of it 

but they lived through Hitler and Mussolini and the 
Bomb 

and came to know war 

My parents were born at the end of the Second 

World War 

and never knew of it 

but they lived through Ho Chi Minh, Nixon and 

Agent Orange 

and came to know war 

I was born at the end of the Vietnam War 
and never knew of it 

but I have lived through Iran, Gorbachev and South 
Africa 

and have evolved a sense of war 

Noriega was jailed and the Iron Curtain rose 
the hope of Peace in our Time 
seemed to be a reality 

and the world appeared to be recovering from its hin- 
drances 

But an ominus, looming shadow has appeared 
The horizon is dusky and stained with experience 
A crescendo of tension is building 
and I fear I will know war yet. 



2703 by Katy Stewart 

There are tiny footprints in the floor 
and handprints on the glass 

With childish artwork on the shelves 

showing a colorful shapeless mass 

There are seventeen stairs from the kitchen 

to my bed 

and five cracks in the ceiling up 

above my head 

The front is rather white with just a 
touch of brown 

We moved when I was just a 
bump from only three blocks down 
I never want to lose it because I know 

that when we do 
It's not just the walls around me, it's my 
childhood too. 




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GRAD COMMITTEES 



Grade 
12 

Grade 
9 




Grade 12: Top: Mr. Orsten, Margaret Drummond, Penny McDermid, Angela Chuy 

Bottom: Shannon Young, Carol Engstrom, Elliott Long, Ashley Bristowe, Jeff Orsten 
Grade 9: Top: Miss Samson, Elizabeth Blum, Heather Watson, Jilla Mawer, Zoe Ezinga, Marte Towle, Erin Thompson, Monica Sekhon 

2nd- Molly Gillespie, Arliss Abrahamson, Rhiannon Owens, Jen Trickett, Ria Paul, Nicole Libm 

Lounging: Amy Bondar, Dave Holmes, Guhan Gunaratnam, Dave (the thinker) Pederson, Richard Lengkong, Mark Benson, 
Shawna Sadler 

Absent: Lucie Hoyer, Catherine McAteer 



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GRADE ' 



NINES 





9A: 



Top Row: lilla Mawer, joel Bond, Arliss Abrahamson, 
Mike Little, Lucie Hoyer. 

3rd: Kern Shepherd, Erin Thompson, Chris Cully, ten 
Trickett, Chris Slater, Greg Darou. 
2nd: Mr. Taylor, Christy Greene, Marte Towle, Zoe Ez- 
inga, Catherine McAteer, Heather Watson, Kyle English. 
1st: Rishi Verma, Ria Paul, Michelle Wong, Rhiannon 
Owens, Latif Walji. 



9B: 



Top Row: john Bristowe, Mike Forbes, Mark Benson, 

David Holmes, Dean Williams 

3rd: Richard Lengkong, Christine Beale, Linda Garratt, 

Vanessa Healy, Nicole Libin, Rae Baskerville. 

2nd: Nathan Cronin, Dave Pederson, lystin Georgeson, 

Guhan Gunaratnam, Miss Samson. 

1st: David Lissel, Amy Bondar, Lisa Ricketts, Katka Smira, 

Tara Habijanic. 



9C: 



Matthew Koning, Tama Sirkis, Reid Bastin, Shawna Sad- 
ler, Cameron Tedford. 

3rd: Mrs. Rodney, Pat Mitchell, Monica Sekhon, Andy 
Romocki, Vicki Livaditis. 

2nd: Heather Kirk, jamie Chouinard, lennifer Heard, 
Stuart Brooks, Ainsley Bristowe, Heather Bretz. 
1st: Shazhan Ahmed, Molly Gillespie, Elizabeth Blum, 
Farin Ali, MacLean Kay, MacKenzie Harvey. 
Absent: Saleema Adatia 



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The social highlight of the year for grade nines is the Dinner-Dance, held 
this year at Bankers' Hall. At left, Dean and Mike compare tie styles; Erin and 
Ria enjoy Kyle's gentle humour; Jen sports her new earrings. Below left John, 
Nathan, Nicole, Kern, and Vanessa admire Chris Cully's new suit. 



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Left: 8A: Top Row: Angela Ko, less Raymont, lessica Hol- 
croft, Christina Gordon, Megan Cully. 
3rd: Laurens Beran, Sebastien Gittens, Mike Gray, Ryan Doer- 
sam, Graeme jennings. 

2nd: Katharine Lai, Laura Simpson, jennifer Chouinard, Rox- 

anne Amrolia, Andrew Clark, Mr. Bauman. 

1st: jeff Neuss, jamie Gunton, lames Ablett, Daniel Sek- 

hon, Arvin Poon, Peter Lewkonia. 

Absent: Grant Crowther 



Below: 8B: Top Row: Sonya Lowe, loel Pash, Lara Hamnet, 
Bradford Kott, Andrea Martin. 

3rd: lonathan Koo, Sarah Skoronski, Rob Ouellette, lulie 
Schneider, Craig Adams, Rob Delf. 
2nd: Mr. Johnson, Helen Devine, Dan Bracko, Claire Gra- 
ham, I.). Hoffman, Anna Gavrilidis 
1st: jeff Bowen, Farouk Shivji, Leigh Blakely, Chris Cope- 
man, Scott Anderson 
Absent: Natalie Bourgeois, Birju Patel 



GRADE Z 



EIGHT 





Left: 8C: Top Row: Erin Galvin, Hafiz Ali, Cynthia Behm, 
Brad Isbister, Natalie Ward. 

3rd: David Williams, Amy Little, Ben Mercer, Airlie Pullen, 
Marc Buchmann, Willie Forseth. 

2nd: Arthur Poon, Mealan Mezzarobba, Ian Clark, Michele 
Hodel, Mark Waddell, Marcie Moriarty 
1st: Ryan Pickering, john Manaloor, Marc Brown, Sarah 
Shaikh, Al Renner, Mme. Bustillo 




Top: Brad, Dan, Rob, and II; Airlie and Cyn; Willie??? 
Middle: Sarah and Natalie; lulie, Leigh, and Christina 
Bottom: lames, Sebastien, and lames; Rob and Dan 



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7'S IN FORMAL ATTIRE 



Top Row: Lisa Krasnow. left Horan, Danielle Huisman, Matthew Youens 
3rd: Stephen /agger, Andrea Chisholm, Andra LaHaye, Susan Lissel, Courte- 
na\ Ropchan, Monique Sello 

2nd: R\an Gardiner, Allsion Wammell, Ryan Vickers, Kazia lames, Dale 
Greene, Barbara Engstrom, Mile. Lemieux 

'< ^:cphen Mannix, Christine Wong, Ben Soutar, Erin Eisenberg, David Bed- 
dis, Araylea Waters 




Top Row: lane lung, Nina Neulander, Claire Thompson, Mira Sirkis, Sarah 

Scott 

3rd: Caroline Woods, David Howard, Nicole Ellerton, Robert Weissenborn, 
Kimberly Isbister 

2nd: Mr. Blais, Miles Rogers, Christine Prystajecky, /esse Core, lennifer Slater, 
Tyler Arnold, Murray Scoulding 

1st: Caroline Lengkong, Danielle Graver, Kameel Virgee, Marilena Rossi, 
Zaria Hamer, lames McCreath 




RASCALS! 




Top Row. Mr. Zederayko, Candace Walker, Sam Andras, Ca- 
milla Robinson. Chris Cameron, Xanna Waugh 
Ird: Andrea Brown, Chris Milne, Sonia Lota, lohn Zaozirny, 
Catherine Kay, Alez Lane 

2nd: Eugene Sam, Alisa Slekys, Michael Hoang, Christine 
Sandwith, Amee Tanna 

ht: Sa/ma -Mi. Carly Shuler. lacob Manaloor, Paula Ramsay, 
Ceort Urban, Amy Ream 

Ckxhn <>e. Look! The guys!; Barely Surviving; Xanna and 
Andrea; Chris C. - Smokin'!; Chris M. - Peace to a 





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A SNOWY WINTER'S DAY 

A blowing wind, 

A flickering light, 

A roaring fire, 

Shining bright. 

A heavy blanket, 

Tightly gripped. 

A cup of hot tea, 

Slowly sipped. 

A cold winter's day, 

A fire's glow. 

Outside the window 

A blanket of snow. 

The gentle flakes 

Fall from the sky 

As I sit dreaming 

Of july. 

A mug of tea 

Is finished slow; 

Then a cup of hot cocoa. 

Chattering teeth 

Begin to slow, 

A warmth surrounds 

And starts to flow. 

Hands being warmed, 

By a heated mug, 

Another cup poured 

From a jug. 

A quiet hum 

Of flickering flames 

Upon a snowy 

Winter's 

Day. 

(Mira Sirkis won the 
junior High Poetry 
Contest 1990-1991.) 





SUMMER STORM 



As the monstrous clouds roll in 
And terror fills the town 
All the animals are rushing 
Hoping nature will not win. 

Streaks of lightning fill the sky 
Followed by a Crash! Boom! Bang! 
The thunder like an Indian drum 
Frightens not only I. 

The rain hammers down 
Bucket after bucket. 
Never stopping, never ending. 
The puddles - oh, so brown! 



But wait; the clouds do part. 
The sun peeking through 
Steam rising from the ground 
Calming my pounding heart. 

Now peace returns to the earth. 
Flowers and trees are happy. 
The good smell of a past storm 
Signals nature to begin re-birth. 

(Alison Wammell was runner-up 
in the junior High Poetry contest.) 



9b 



There was a young girl in a canoe 
Whose legs began to turn blue. 

It was not a reaction 

To rose bushes scratching 
She was cold 'cause her clothes were too few! 



Three girls were so keen to be on 
The river, they packed before dawn. 

Some others slept late, 

Like the triumvirate - 
The Birder, the Baker, and lohnson. 



SCENES FROM A LIFE ON THE RIVER 




JUNIOR HIGHS ENJOYING THE OUTDOORS 




NINES AT SPRING HORSE CAMP 




6A Back Row: Aimee-Jo Giesbrecht, Rachel Bond, Sara Hewitt, Whitney Lowden, 

Kathleen Kolanos. 

3rd Row: Robert McGregor, Nageeb Sumar, Stephen Waddell, Kent Macrae, Nick 

Leswick. 

2nd Row: Jania Teare, Zoe Cobb, Christina Towle, Cheryl Harrison, Andrea Sam. 
1st Row: Radha Ruparell, David Watanabe, Michael Holcroft, James MacLean, 

Mrs. Harvey. 

Absent: Colin Garratt, Gregory Mitchell 



6B Back Row: )acqueline Burns, Shemin Jivraj, Jennifer Dingwall, Vanessa Smith, 
Whitney Finch 

3rd Row: Jason Wierzba, Cory Sine, Michael Behm, Alan Benson, Geoffrey Holm- 
lund 

2nd Row: Jessica Fung, Sara Little, Denise Wong, Serena Mohamed, Maya Grover. 
1st Row: Radhika Ruparell, Jamil Ali, Janmohamed Jaffer, Jermey Trickett, Cade 
Cairns, Mr. Bain. 



In 



Top Row: 5B: Clinton Mezzarobba, Claire Cam- 
eron, Murray Birt, Claire Smith, Stephen Zao- 
zimy. 

3rd Row: Mia Valerianos, Rory Wood, Nancy 
lohnson, David )agger, Andrea Ulrich. 
2nd Row: Mr. Simmons, Michael Anderson, 
Courtenay Mitchell, Russell Harrison, Yasmin 
Shayesteh, Rick Ramsay, Jillian Wyne. 
1st Row: Kylie Rogers, Matthew Diskin, Alli- 
son Behm, Lindsay Wheeler, Shaneeda jaffer. 




FABULOUS FIVES 



Top Row: 5A: Cheryl Cameron, Adam Mawer, 
Kristin McMurtrie, Andrew Russell, Laura Hynd- 
man, Mrs. Sveen. 

3rd Row: Michael Chu, Micaela Wallace, Chris 
Killi, Sheizana Murji, Matthew Cunton 
2nd Row: Victoria Lamond, Doug Ricketts, Fay 
Vintcent, Nicholas Ma, Nicole Anderson, Far- 
rah Shaikh. 

1st Row: Jamie-Lynn Kingsmith, Allison Long, 
Nicholas Koning, Ashley Reaburn, Aliya Walji. 




THE 



FOURS 




Above Left: Back Row: Pam- 
ela Murray, Al-Karim Khimji, 
Anna Tharp, Rahim Moloo, 
Claire Sakowski. 
3rd: Patrick Pearn, Kate Gor- 
man, Richard MacLean, Laura 
Brady, Michael Jue. 
2nd: Kyla LaHaye, Blake 
Lowden, Stephanie ]im, Rob- 
in Robinson, Bailey Soutar, 
Mrs. Gibson. 

1st: Christopher Dingwall, 
Kyle Sundstrom, Dominic Ho- 
del, Christine Robson, Farhan 
Thobani. 

Above Right: Back: Daniel 
Reid, Kelly Johnson, Krystofer 
Kolanos, Leanne Wierzba, 
John Doerksen. 
3rd: Jocelyn Louie, Clay Shan- 
ahan, Lindsay Whitehead, Ian 
Rogers, Margaux Porth. 
2nd: Mrs. Wyatt, Faisal Premji, 
Nicole Mogensen, Christo- 
pher Moore, Nicki Milligan, 
Nii Okai Ayi. 

1st: Amanda Brooks, Joanna 
Hamilton-Haines, Robert Wal- 
lat, Larissa Robertson, Rahul 
Sharma, Erin Gallagher. 





Top Row: Left: John, Christine, Kelly, Erin 
Middle: Michael, Kyle 
Right: Lindsay, Katie 

Lower Row: Left: Mme. Sundstrom, Stephane Matteau, 



Mme. Coldsworthy 




Middle: Mrs. Ropchan 
Right: Lindsay, Nicki 
Art by Rahim 



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GRADE THREE 




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Right. Brendan, Karen, Miranda, Eric 

Below Left; Back Row: Rajen Ruparell, Adrienne Ma, Ian Dahlman, Gemma 
MacLean, Matthew Killi. 

Ird Row: Brianna lohnson, Ryan Mogensen, Hayley Dinning, Matthew Lee, 
katelvn Silk, Mrs. Owens 

2 m Row: Rocks Cash lody Simpson, Ben Gibson, Natalie Sweett, Jonathan 

Hilderman. 

1st Row Nicole Wyne, Brendan Barnett, Karen Robson, Eric Peng, Miranda 

Cobb 

■Kbsent. Saare Adams 
Below Right: Katelyn and Karen 

s re Page Moove: katelyn, Nicole, Gemma, Matt K., Rocky, Rajen, Brianna 
Below: lonathan. Ryan, Natalie, Jody, Adrienne, Ben Matthew L. 




FANTASTIC 
GRADE 2'S 



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GRADE ONE 




The Graduating Class of 2002! 

Top Row: Paul Doerksen, Ryan Johnson, Bradley Ulrich, )onathan Roberton, Kevin 

^rd^Mrs. MacLean, Meghan Lee, Foziya Thobani, Susan Nelson, Lena Zimm. Kim- 

berly Milne . 

2nd- Damien Hill, Derrick Jue, Christopher Perry, Andrew Zaozirny, Michael Paget 

1st: Steven Pierce, Gabriela Croneweg, Kristin Horobin, Breanne Bevan, Cailean Wood 



ELEMENTARY 



ART 



AND 



LITERATURE 



Christina Towle 6A 





Eyes are the mirrors of 
your mind 

They are the color of the 
blue ocean 
They are the light bulb 
of your face 




Nageeb Sumar 6A 



Carpet 

A runway for ten wiggly toes 

Soft as the cotton of a delicate new pair of socks 

The shades vary like the reflections of light 

The build-up is a neutral tint 

Warmth for the floor 

Shaped as level as the top of mercury in a thermometer 
Carpet 

- by Shemin Jivraj 6B 




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CRUSTY CRAB 

by Saare Adams and Rajen Ruparell Grade 2 

Once upon a time there was a crab, and his name was Crusty 
the Crab. And one morning he was having his morning walk. 
And he bumped into Oliver the Octopus. "Hi, Oliver, do you 
want to play?" And he said "Yes. " So they played tag for two 
hours. And then Rajen the Rat fell off a ship and drowned. 
And Oliver saw him and brung him up to shore and they had 
a big celebration. The end. 




Jtxupa tA*4i\> /trw/udtx, fcy- -ttu-tu^C' 



SAM THE SEAHORSE 

by Ian Dahlman and Eric Peng Grade 2 

Once there was a seahorse named Sam. His brother was 
named Fred the Fish. They lived in a sunken ship. One day 
Fred said, "Let's go to the fish ground." And Sam said, "Sure." 
Chapter 2: OFF TO THE FISH GROUND 

They went down the sea slide, and went on the sea swing, 
and on the sea horse ride. Then they went home and had sup- 
per. They had seaweed noodles and crab corn. 
Chapter 3: WHAT DID YOU DO TODAY? 

At supper their mother and father said, "What did you do 
today?" And Sam said, We went to the fish park. It was fun! 
We went down sea slide, the sea swing and the sea horse ride." 
Chapter 4: TIME TO PLAY WITH OUR FRIENDS 

After supper they played with their friends, Polly the Por- 
poise and Diffy the Dolphin. Then Polly said, "Let's play tag, " 
and everyone said, "O.K." And they played tag. 
Chapter 5: TIME TO HAVE A BATH AND SLEEP 

After they took a bath and slept with their stuff and people. 

THE END 



by 



Artists: Above: Radhika Ruparell 6fi 
Below: Pamela Murray 4A 



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Opposite Page: Sketches made by Kate Gorman 
4A following a field trip around the campus. 



Above: jason Wierzba 6B 
Below: Jeremy Trickett 68 



ALONE 

They sat there abandoned, 
with nothing to do, 
abandoned with nothing to say. 
theTr couldn't move, 
nor could they speak, 

they were as deaf as a washed away pebble, 
at the bottom of the ocean, 
enable to progress, 

they slouched there all deserted, they... 
were dead! 



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ELEM., MY DEAR SUNDSTROM! 




SENIOR V-B 



Hanging: Heather Lort'ing, Emeline Lamond, Roxanne Elenko, 
\myGan, lennifer Up-side-down-itis, Rachael Owens, Danielle 
Keller 

Lolling Around: Miss Harper, Nancy Angus, Penny McDermid, 
lennifer Tottenham, Mayumi Yamaguchi 

Top Row: Lee Laskin, Mark Perkins, Mark Schneider, Glen Haw- 
kins. Kern McMurtrie, Drew Hyndman, Eric Giesbrecht, 
Imitation Couch: Matt Conway, Bobby Lamond, Eric Hyndman, 
Ste\e Feick, Cam Fulton 
Reclining: Miss Tulick 
absent: Terri Blumes, Ryan Sullivan 



Penny McBirthday; Flowers and a hug for the 
coach. 





JUNIOR A 



V-B 



Back: Scott Anderson, Kyle English, Kern Shepherd, Jamie Chouinard, Craig 

Adams, jonathan Koo, Matt Koning 

Front: David Holmes, Dan Bracko, Mike Little 

Where have they hidden Coach Colborne? 



Treed: Vanessa Healy, Jess Raymont 

Standing: Michele Hodel, Angela Ko, Erin Thompson, Rhiannon Owens, 
m| Jen Trickett. Megan Cully, Mrs. Goldsworthy 

Bent Over: Catherine McAteer, MacKenzie Harvey, Shawna Sadler 



MVA's Scott Anderson and Shawna Sadler 



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JUNIOR 



B 



V-B 



• Andrea Martin, Lara Hamnet, Jes- 
sica Holcroft, Mr. Blais, Airlie Pullen 
Front: Calire Thompson, Jennifer Chouinard, Sar- 
ah Scott, jane Jung 

Top: Robert Weissenborn, Sebastien Gittens, Ian 
Clarke, Jeff Horan 

Front: Farouk Shivji, Jamie Cunton, James Ablett, 
|J Hoffman, Michael Hoang 
Napping: James McCreath 
Missing: Coach Koning 




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I Sr. Boys B-B 



Top Row: Glen Hawkins, Steve Adams, Drew Hyndman, Lawrence Hol- 
inshead, Mike Belenkie, Eric Giesbrecht, Mr. Blais 
Front: Sam Lim, Kern McMurtrie, Mark Perkins, Terri Blumes, Brett Hab- 
ijanec, Micah Libin, Dean Litsas 




Above: Left: Former exchange teacher Harry Farmer with Mr. Walls; Loyal fans, team, and coach; jump ball 
Below: Left: three-point Terri; MIA Eric and "jean-jacques;" MVP Drew and "jean-jacques." 



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JUNIOR 



B-B 



Top Row: Mr. Schmit, Ian Clarke, Richard Leng- 

kong, Chris Cully, Kern Shepherd, Brad Isbister 

2nd: Chris Cameron, Scott Anderson, Craig Adams, 

Dave Peterson, Dan Bracko 

1st: Jonathan Koo, Farouk Shivji, Steve )agger, 

James McCreath, Ryan Gardiner 

Missing: Mr. Wilson 

Top Row: Mr. Lorfing, Shawna Sadler, Jilla Mawer, 
Arliss Abrahamson, Erin Thompson 
2nd: Saleema Adatia, Shazhan Ahmed, Macken- 
zie Harvey, Catherine McAteer, Michele Hodel 
1st: Amy Little, Rhiannon Owens, Jen Trickett, An- 
gela Ko 






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Above: MVA Rhiannon Owens 

Left Above: rebounding crunch; Shawna 

Below: legs!; Jen's hidden ball trick 



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CROSS 
COUNTRY 



Senior Team: Roxanne Elenko, Heidi MacDonald, Ian Graham, 
and Sean Gunton accompany Mrs. Rodney in some running bal- 
lads. 

Junior Team. Top Row: Cameron Tedford, Dean Williams, John 
Bristowe, Mike Little, )oel Bond 

3rd: Ainsley Bristowe, Brad Isbister, Scott Anderson, Kern She- 
pherd, Rob Delf, Mrs. Rodney 

2nd: Craig Adams, Hafiz Ali, Tara Habijanac, Catherine McAteer, 
MacKenzie Harvey, Kyle English, Chris Slater 
1st: Rishi Verma, James McCreath, Steve Jagger, Claire Thomp- 
son, Sarah Scott 



Left: Sean Gunton, and MacKenzie Harvey and Catherine McAteer 
were MIA's; Ainsley Bristowe and Roxanne Elenko were MVA's 
at the Athletic Banquet. 




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Juniors Seniors 



Field Hockey - the MEAN Team 




The 1990/1991 University Tours proved to 
be a success once again. Keeping with tradi- 
tion, major universities in the East, such as 
Queens, Western, McCill & McMaster, were 
visited. A group of 1 1 students graced such 
favorites as U of Vic. U.BC. & S.F.U. Extra 
time on both trips was well spent shopping 
and attending local attractions. 




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Penny McDermid receives Athlete of the Year from former STS Stars of the Past Scott McDermid and Jason Morberg hand the 
stars Dana Mendham and Catherine Angus Athlete of the Year trophy to Drew Hyndman. 

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Grade 12 kayaking option helped lead STS to national rating for its phys. ed. program. Bobby, Brenda, and "Dunk" join the 

class on the Bow River. 



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ELEMENTARY 



Skipping Club 



Top Row: Pamela Murray, Bailey Soutar, Jillian Wyne, Victoria 
Lamond. Mrs. Bumanis, Cheryl Cameron, Aliya Walji, Shaneeda 
lorter. Claire Smith 

Michaela Wallace, Lindsay Whitehead, Nicole Anderson, 
Courtenav Mitchell, Allsion Behm, Yasmin Shayestah, Farrah 
Shaikh. Kristin McMurtrie, Jamie-Lynn Kingsmith 
1st: Krystofer Kolanos, Claire Cameron, Kathleen Kolanos, 
Christina Towle, Nancy Johnson, Kylie Rogers, Lindsay Wheeler, 
Richard Maclean 



ntramural Council 



From Left: Matthew Diskin, Michael Holcroft, Murray Bin, Jenifer 
Dingwall, Kent MacRae, Sheizana Murji, Radhika Ruparell, Rick 

Ramsay 

Centre: Miss Tulick 



Equipment Monitors 



Standing: Lindsay Wheeler, Sheizana Murji, Mr. Simmons, 
Michael Anderson, Kelly Johnson, Andrea Ulrich, Jamie-Lynn 
Kingsmith, Rick Ramsay, Matthew Diskin, Aliya Walji, Shaneeda 
Jaffer 

Seated: Mia Valerianos, Ashley Raeburn, Nicole Anderson, Vic- 
toria Lamond, Cheryl Cameron, Jillian Wyne, Kylie Rogers, Claire 
Smith 

Lying Down: Erin Gallagher, Margaux Porth 




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CLUBS 




Elementary House Leaders 

Top Row: Jeremy Trickett, Vanessa Smith, Whitney Lowden, 
Cheryl Harrison, Andrea Sam, Shemin Jivraj 
2nd: Jessica Fung, Denise Wong, Nicholas Leswick, Radha 
Ruparell, Cade Cairns, Mrs. Harvey 

1 st: Radhika Ruparell, Maya Crover, Jania Teare, Nageeb Sumar, 
Christina Towle 



Primary Choir 

Top Row: Mrs. Wyatt, Christine Robson, Erin Gallagher, Margaux 
Porth, Larissa Roberton, Anna Tharp, Amy Brooks 
2nd: Kimberley Milne, Fozia Thobani, Karen Robson, Susan 
Nelson, Nicki Milligan, Kelly Johnson 

1st: Meghan Lee, Katelyn Silk, Cabriella Groeneweg, Breanne 
Bevan, Nicole Mogensen 



Environment Club 



Top Row: Matthew Killi, Christina Towle, Aimee-)o Ciesbrecht, 
Andrea Ulrich, Kathleen Kolanos, Whitney Finch, Cheryl Har- 
rison, Mr. Simmons, Nicole Wyne, Whitney Lowden, Hayley Din- 
ning, Jacqueline Burns 

2nd: Chris Killi, Jania Teare, Maya Crover, Zoe Cobb, Shaneeda 
Jaffer, Ian Dahlman, Saare Adams, Miranda Cobb, Brianna 
Johnson 

1st: Rajen Ruparell, Ben Gibson, Jody Simpson, Katelyn Silk, 
Natalie Sweett, Jonathan Hilderman, Brendan Barnett, Ryan 
Mogensen, Rocky Cash 



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Debating Society 



Standing Victoriously: Jessica Fung, 
Radha Ruparell, Serena Mohamed, 
Radhika Ruparell, Andrea Chisholm, 
lenniter Dingwall, Shemin luvraj, 
Mme. Bustillo, Mr. Taylor 
Seated Smugly: T.O. Whenham, 
Kent MacRae, Christian Steinbock, 
Ian Graham 

Shyly Absent: Ben Mercer, Claire 
Graham lames -\blett, lames Gun- 
ton, Birju Patel, Amee Tanna, 
Camilla Robinson, Nick Leswick, 
Andrea Sam, Aimee-)o Giesbrecht, 
Nageeb Sumar, Jania Teare 



This dynamic club entered 
mam debates. The outstand- 
ing achievement was Ian 
Graham's 6th place finish in 
the Provincials. 





Top: Andrew Clark, Margaret 
Drummond, Abi Kinch, Nathan 
Cronin 

Middle: Elliott Long, Jeff Orsten, 
Dale Greene, Andrew Brooks, 
Tim Spedding, Melissa Darou, 
David Beddis, Mr. Zederayko 
Below: Laurie Brown, Ashley 
Bristowe, Gareth Adams, Heidi 
MacDonald 



Climbing Club 



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VOLUME HI 

issue -% 



"Make your parents pay.' 




Back Page: Carol Stranziger, Elliott Long, Ryan 
Sullivan, Emily Andras, Pete Yates, Joel Bond, Katie 
Stewart 

Midsection: Geoff Lester, Kathleen Cronin, Abi 
Kinch, Mrs. Bartel, Alex the Editor Luckhurst, Laura 
Mercer, Zoe Ezinga 

Front Page: Automne Reid, Brad McBean, Geoff 

Watson, Stephanie Griffiths 

Missing: Shannon Martin and a host of thousands 




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Excited, packed audiences enjoyed 
this great spring production in our 
Atrium theatre. 



Above: Detective Heidi MacDonald and Cops 
Tori Jennings, Stephanie Brown, and Karen Ug- 
gerslev chain arch-criminal Scott hichol. 
Right: Mad scientist T.O. Whenham and Scott. 
Tar Right: Little old ladies Kate Stewart and 
Kristen Foulkes confront newspaperman Rod 
Brown 

Below Left: Rod and love interest Wendy James 
Below Right: Crazy relative Jeff Watson and 
Friend" - you figure out which is which! 



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Top: Steve Feick, Eric Hyndman, Martin Spedding, Andrew Kearns, Alex Luckhurst, Cam Baker, Mr. Adams (Notice his top button!) 
Lower: Andrew Brooks, Brett Habijanac, Anita Rizzuto, Bobby Lamond (holding his "Chatty Penny" doll) 




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Student 



Counci 



Playing Pool with Katie Stewart Are: lanni 
kousinioris. Rod Brown, Pat Stewart, Wade Peter- 
son. Micah Libin, and Mr. Orsten 

junior High Council: Jen Trickett, Shawna Sadler, 
Andrea Brown, David Holmes, Graeme )ennings, 
Craig -\dams. Zaria Hamer, Ryan Vickers, and Dave 
Williams 



Student Council President Micah Libin on Speech 

Day. 




Gold House Award Pins 



Congratulations to these 4 students who have achieved the coveted Gold House Award Pin: 



Penny McDermid (1990) Micah Libin 
Bob Lamond Eric Hyndman 



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BAND 



Top Notes: Mr. Hendricks, Jesse Core, Andrea Chisholm, 
Dean Williams, Rob Ouellette, Elizabeth Blum, Guhan 
Cunaratnam 

Middle Register: Chris Milne, Matt Youens, Geoff Urban, 
Alex Lane, Ben Soutar, Earnest Chu, Chris Copeman 
Bass Clef: Laurens Beran, Araylea Waters, Angela Ko, Paula 
Ramsay, Katharine Lai 

Is the junior Band "Tired out"? 

On Tires: Michael Holcroft, James MacLean, David 
Watanabe, Radhika Ruparell, Kathleen Kolanos, Zoe Cobb 
Near Tires: Radha Ruparell, Jason Wierzba, Maya Grover, 
Cory Sine, Andrea Sam, Jessica Fung, Alan Benson, Jan 
Jaffer, Mr. Hendricks 
Front: Denise Wong, Jeremy Trickett 




Robert Ouellette gets a pointer from the maestro 




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PRIZE - 



The School Band performed for its first Prize-Giving which was held indoors. Board 
chairman Doug Martin (above left) and Education Minister Jim Dinning (above center) 
both spoke. Valedictorian Bob Lamond (above right with his "guest" from Grade One, 
Michael Paget) enjoyed himself and entertained us with an apropos reading from Dr. 
Suess. Second from the top is Staff Bursary recipient, Miranda Cobb. Below her is Nageeb 
Sumar who tied with Jeremy Tricket for the Mrs. A.E. Dunn Trophy for all-Round Ex- 
cellence in Elementary School. At the bottom are Vanessa Smith and Christina Towle, 
winners of the Olympic Citizenship Award in the Elementary School. 

Promotion Certificates were given to students in Grades One, Two, and Three. Honours 
Certificates were awarded to qualified students in Grades Four to Twelve. Subject Awards 
were made to the top three students in each grade from Seven to Twelve. Recipients, 
with the number of subjects in parentheses, were: 

GRADE SEVEN 

Tyler Arnold, Amee Tanna, Alisa Slekys, David Howard, Paula Ramsay (3), Candace 
Walker (6), Chris Milne (1st), James McCreath (1st), Eugene Sam (2; one 1st), Marilena 
Rossi (3; two 1 st's), Christine Wong (4; three 1st's). 

GRADE EIGHT 



Craig Adams, Andrew Clark, Al Renner, Joel Pash, Leigh Blakely, Peter Lewkonia, Claire 
Graham, Katherine Lai, Amy Little (2), Scott Anderson (1st), Angela Ko (1st), Mealan Mez- 
zarobba (1st), Daniel Sekhon (1st), Ryan Doersam (two 1 st's), Laurens Beran (4; two 1 st's), 
Sonya Lowe (4; two 1 st's). 

GRADE NINE 



Farin Ali, Mackenzie Harvey, Erin Thompson, Catherine McAteer, Chris Cully (2), 
Michelle Wong (2), Vicky Livaditis (2), Shazhan Ahmed (3), Lucie Hoyer (1st), Michael 
Forbes (2; one 1st), Jennifer Trickett (4; two 1 st's), Tara Habijanac (6; four 1 st's). 

GRADE TEN 

Tim Spedding, Laura Mercer, Jack Chow, Rod Brown, Shannon Blakely, Emeline La- 
mond, Matthew Bromwich, Shauna Doersam, Sam Lim, Steve Morris, Jennifer Tottenham, 
Ian Graham (4), Glen Hawkins (1 st), Steve Caplan (2; one 1 st), Karim Nogas (2; one 1 st), 
Jennifer Behie (4; two 1 st's), Peter Wootlif (5; three 1 st's), Stephanie Griffiths (6; three 1 st's). 



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GRADE ELEVEN 



Adam Forseth, Rob Scott, Karilee Johnson, Hamish McKellar, Ashley Skiber, Jeremy 
Fleming (2), Roger McClary (2), Geoff Lester (3), Roxanne Elenko (3), Amy Gan (1st), 
Tory Jennings (1st), Katie Stewart (1st), Heidi MacDonald (2; one 1st), Michael Belenkie 
(3; one 1 st), Kristen Foulkes (3; one 1 st), Zainul Rajan (3; one 1 st), Robert Cropp (9; seven 
1 st's). 

GRADE TWELVE 

Eric Hyndman, Penny McDermid, Neil McBean, Jeff Watson (2), Angela Chuy (1st), 
Steven Feick (1st), Brenda Varnam (1st), Bob Lamond (2; one 1st), Bill Zimmer (2; one 
1st), Ben Ezinga (2; one 1st), Brett Habijanac (4; two 1 st's), Melissa Darou (6, two 1 st's), 
Sandy Martin (three 1 st's). 



At left, from the top: grade twelves receive certificates from Chairman Martin; Robert 
Cropp walks away with a load of books; Tara Habijanac and Jennifer Trickett win book 
awards. Below; Michael Forbes wins The Hewitt Trophy for Citizenship, and Bill Zim- 
mer presents Mr. Ditchburn with a goldfish! 

Other Major Award Winners: 

Phil MacNab Prize, English 30: Ryan Sullivan 
Dorothy Goldstein Prizes, Math & Science: Brett Habijanac 

Tara Habijanac 

Timothy Stiles Award, Mathematics: Melissa Darou, Sandy Martin 
Governor-General's Bronze Medal: Melissa Darou 
STS Bursaries: Birju Patel, Zoe Cobb, Claire Graham 
W.H.H. Tidswell Scholarship: Dean Williams, Abi Kinch 
Douglas Chapman Bursary: David Williams 
President's Award: Micah Libin 

Twelve Year Awards: Bob Lamond, Sabrina Neumann, Karen Neuss, Andrea Simon 

Outdoorsman: Adam Forseth 

Junior High Spirit Award: Dean Williams 

STS Junior High Trophy: Marte Towle 

Buchan Trophy: Jennifer Trickett 

Margaret Cameron Award: Anita Rizzuto 

Neil McQueen Award: Martin Spedding 

David Pike Memorial: Steven Feick 

Tanner Cup: Brett Habijanac, Eric Hyndman 

Strathcona Award: Carol Engstrom 

Howard Trophy: Penny McDermid 



GIVING 




TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY 



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In which section will be found a photo record of some of the fun 
we shared this year. From CLOWNS, the Elementary school drama- 
tic hit, through the Grade 7 science camp in Kananaskis, and the 
Moto-cross contest, the Terry Fox run, the Fall Fair, to some of the 
Outdoor Education activities. A sample appears on this page. 



Upper Left: Erin Eisenberg recording at the science camp. 

Lower Left: Jeff Orsten rolling along in the Moto-cross. 

Lower Right: Kendalle Ropchan's CLOWNS program cover art. 






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Upper left: the famous Bristowe smile 

Upper right: some boys from Newington School, 

Australia, who came with ex-Aussie exchange 

teacher Harry farmer for basketball and skiing, and 

landed in 30 below weather! 

Middle left: German exchange student, Andrea 

Lindel, and some buddies including Stephanie, Ad- 

leigh and Shannon 

Middle right: a common sight in the spring and 
fall at STS 

Below: Nairn and his pals ham it up 



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Color, sun and festivity describe 
this year's Fall Fair. Guests were 
entertained by David Pierce and 
his All Star Band as well as by sev- 
eral jumping dogs and Lord Strath- 
cona's Horse Regiment. Children 
donned masks of multicolored 
paint and helped to provide a col- 
orful background to the celebra- 
tions! 




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Student 



Council 





Top: Christian, Tav, and unidentified 
lead singer rehearse for the Air Band 
competition. 

Middle left: Some slinky ladies in 
black discover a body overcome by 
Diet Coke. It looks like Karen, and 
Steph, and Tori, and??? 
Middle right: Why aren't these ele- 
mentary pumpkin carvers putting on 
happier faces? 

Below: Well, here are the happy 
faces we like to see! Mr. Taylor has 
identified them as three sirens met by 
Odysseus: Penny, Jen, and Christina - 
but only their vet knows for sure! 



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LTop right: Helen Devine, Megan Cully, Lara Hamnet, Claire 
Grahame. Is this the new swimming pool? 
LTop left: Mike Belenkie, Robert Scott, Adam Forseth, Da- 
nielle Keller. The joys of the high country. 
LMiddle right: Melissa Darou leading some elementary ca- 
noeists. 

LBottom left: Clint Sello at home at the foot of the scree. 

LBottom right: OE 25 on top of the world. 




LTop left: Christian Steinbock demonstrates haute cui- 
sine en haut, naturally!. 

LMiddle left: Mr. Johnson, Christy Green?, Lucie 
Hoyer, Catherine McAteer, Mike Little, Zoe Ezinga, 
Marta Towle. 

Middle Right: Kern and Kyle on the upper Bow. 
LBottom left: An unidentified skier 
LBottom right: Unidentified Bathing Objects (probably 
in grade 9 because who else makes such a mess?) 



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Grade Science Camp 

\\ Kananaskis Environmental Research Centre our grade 
sevens spont a week learning about the intricate relation- 
ships among the structure of the underlying geology, the 
kind of soil, the slope of the land, the sun, air, plants, 
insects, moisture, and animals. Here are some photos of 
our budding scientists. "Hey, Tuna, are there any bugs 
under that bark?" 





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Every year it is traditional that the Elementary Staff dress 
in outrageous Hallowe'en outfits and parade through the 
high school rooms. Their students usually come along 
for the fun and to protect innocent young things, like Mrs. 
Owens, from assault and battery by people like "Every 
year we do this badly" Hay. You can see Quasimodo 
Bain above, innocent Mrs. O. (she prefers "wholesome"), 
and some other sinister characters. What's the significance 
of the bottom photo? Are these the remains of a primitive 
pumpkin sacrificial ritual by the Prefects? 





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The Mountain Bike Race was another successful event 
that the Prefects arranged for both Junior and Senior 
High. Grueling work under the hot sun did not keep 
participants from enjoying themselves. Mr. Keller 
caught the top sequence of Cameron Fulton rounding 
a curve in the woods. Lower photos include Pete Yates 
perspiring up a steep hill, Eric Hyndman's happy-go- 
lucky smile, and Emeline and Alissa comparing hel- 
met fashions. 



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Outdoor Lovers 




We found so many ways to en- 
joy the outdoors. Here Clint 
uses his mega-body to block our 
view of some of the Outdoor 
Education Class. We can make 
out Rob Scott, Roxanne Elenko, 
Mr. Preston, Kathleen Cronin, 
and others will have to be mad 
at the editor! 
Erin Thompson seems to be 
happy at the end of a line of 
happy hikers. There's no life 
like it! 

Andrew Kirker, in a rare visit to 
the school(!), and Brenda Var- 
nam watch the desperate antics 
of teammates in a round of out- 
door "Westwind" volleyball. 




The cosmopolitan atmosphere of STS is revealed here as 
Izumi Kodama from Japan shares some time in the Livres 
Francais section of our library with German Andrea Lindel. 
Meanwhile Mayumi Yamaguchi, also from Japan, helps 
Grade 1 's to make Christmas stockings. I wonder what Itako 
was doing? Possibly playing cowboy with Rhiannon's horse, 
Willie! 



With her face obscured by flying hair, another 
STS-er learns the fine art of skiing the scree 
slope. An unidentified threesome enjoy a fine 
day in the mountains. 




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TABLE 









TWENTY YEARS OF TIES 




Administration, Dedication, 




Faculty, Yearbook Staff. 



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TYRANTS 




Grades 1 1 and 10, 




Senior Literature, Art, 




and Candids. 



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TYROS 

Grades 9, 8 and 7, Junior Literature, 
Art, and Candids. 



ACTIVITIES 

Clubs, Organizations, 
Prizegiving. 



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TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY 
Colour section of student life 
including CLOWNS, Fall Fair, 
Science Camp, Moto-cross, Terry Fox 
run, Outdoor Education. 



OF CONTENTS 



TIMES PAST 
A nostalgic look at our first twenty 
years. 



BLACK TIE 
The grads of 1991 



WIN, LOSE, OR TIE 
The Sports Section. 



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LITTLE TYKES 






The elementary school - 




Grades 6 to 1; Elementary 






Literature, Art, Candids. 











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Cover photographed by 
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