2010-11 Our Report Card - St. Michaels University School

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2010-11 Our Report Card - St. Michaels University School

Our Report Card

2010-11


St. Michaels University School

Society Board of Governors 2010-11

Management Team

for 2010-11

David Angus ‘62, Chair

Susan Ben-Oliel ‘82

Chris Considine ‘70 QC,

Secretary

Cathy Dixon

David Edwards, Vice-Chair

Lynn Forbes

Jay Hayden

Eric Heffernan ‘73, Vice-Chair

Kathy Jawl

Susan Ko ‘86, President, SMUS

Parents’ Auxiliary

Fraser Leversedge ‘86

Belinda Owen-Flood, Board

Assistant

Gareth Rees ‘85, President,

SMUS Alumni Association

Dr. Alexandra Richie ’81,

Advisory Governor

Mary Smith, Faculty

Representative

David Wizinsky

Graeme Crothall,

Advisory Governor

Anthony Quainton ‘46,

Advisory Governor

Tom Rigos ‘61,

Advisory Governor

Anthony Souza ‘72,

Advisory Governor

Bob Snowden, Head of School

Xavier Abrioux,

Director of Middle School

Heather Clayton,

Director of Learning

John Davies, Director of Advancement

Campbell Hall, Director of Residence

John Liggett, Director of Academics

Michael Murgatroyd,

Director of Finance and Administration

Nancy Richards,

Director of Junior School

Kathy Roth, Director of Senior School

Sue Saunders, Director of Admissions


Vision

To learn, to lead, to serve;

discovering the promise

in our selves and the world.

Mission

Our school seeks the excellence in all

of us, with passion and compassion.

We are a community shaped by

the pursuit of truth and goodness,

providing outstanding preparation for

higher learning and for life.

Strategic Goals

Excellence

• Governance: build upon the established foundation

of governance to deliver a standard of excellence in

strategic leadership

• Facilities: build the facilities that allow us to deliver

excellent academic and athletic programs

• Academic Programs: create a challenging academic

program with a global perspective that prepares all

students for higher learning

• Teaching Excellence: promote, nurture and maintain

a high level of teaching excellence

• The Whole Student: develop the whole student in an

environment that respects differences and fosters leadership

and responsibility in our community and the world

Community

• Admissions: attract and enroll a full complement

of diverse students who will strengthen and enrich

everyone’s educational experience

• Community: strengthen and build the connections

and relationships within the school’s community to the

benefit of all students

Financial Strength

• Financial Stability and Capacity: maintain current

financial stability and increase financial capacity

• Philanthropy: create a culture of support among all

constituents of the SMUS family to help ensure that current

and future priorities of the school are financially viable


Message from the Head of School

The 2010-11 school year saw continued

strength in all of our key measurable areas:

enrollment, fundraising, academic results

and university acceptances.

September began with full enrollment, an

exceptional achievement among schools

like ours that have a significant boarding

population. Over the past six years we

have expanded our boarding capacity by

thirty beds, building additions on five of

our boarding houses. We have expanded

and improved the senior house parent

accommodation, created new common

rooms, moved the health centre and the

laundry to the residential area, and added

student rooms. In a global climate where

boarding schools are having difficulty

meeting enrollment targets or even winding

down their boarding operations, being able

to increase our boarding population is indeed a sign of strength. In the

last decade we have become much more strategic about our boarding

recruitment, promoting our school in Europe and Asia, and increasing

our efforts in North America more systematically. The consequence

of these efforts has been increased enrollment abroad, with the most

notable increases occurring in the US and Mexico. Our Admissions

office is the envy of most schools in Canada.

The 2011 graduating class received offers of over $3 million in financial

awards, the highest amount of any graduating class in the school’s

history. Acceptances included the major universities in Canada, the

most respected universities in the United States, and major universities

in the UK, including Oxford and Cambridge. This graduating class also

benefited from the fact that SMUS now has the most comprehensive

Advanced Placement program of any school, public or independent,

in Canada. Notably, of the 200 AP National Merit Scholars named in

Canada last year, one-eighth were SMUS students – a remarkable

achievement.

Our academic and extracurricular programs are thriving. Over the past

five years, our leadership development program has given students from

Kindergarten to Grade 12 an integrated curriculum featuring experiential

learning, global responsibility, service, the principles of leadership and

sustainability. The blossoming of the school’s service program has been

particularly noteworthy, involving many direct service activities in the

community and numerous trips abroad to countries such as Dominican

Republic, Kenya, Costa Rica and Vietnam.

On the academic side, our new Director of Learning, Heather Clayton,

has been working with staff on incorporating significant and substantial

brain research from the past 20 years into our approach to learning and

assessment. Our teaching staff remains the centrepiece of the school’s

success, and they have embraced the new pedagogical techniques that

accompany this brain research professionally and effectively – and with

very good advantage to student success.

One of the hallmarks of success in a school is the level of support

contributed by people who believe in the quality of the current

experience and the plans for the future. The Annual Fund is our vehicle

for soliciting this support, and once again the Annual Fund has exceeded

its goal and raised over $1.1 million, retaining our place as one of a small

handful of schools with an annual fund over a million dollars.

The work done by the SMUS Society Board of Governors is a crucial

element in our successful present and future. Our board’s planning and

oversight provide an outstanding foundation that allows our staff to serve

our students in unparalleled ways.

Message from the Chair

of the Board of Governors

A significant indicator of the current strength

and leadership of our school is the fact

that our day and boarding programs from

Kindergarten through Grade 12 are full.

Although conditions at the local, national and

international levels have been challenging for

many schools, we have prevailed thanks to

strong, in-depth planning, governance and

leadership.

The leadership and vision of our school’s

management are core strengths that help

us continue to attract great students and

families who believe in our academic and

extracurricular programs.

As reported last year, we continue to work

on the next strategic plan for the school.

The new plan will incorporate significant

changes based on insightful input received

from a broad range of school community

members. The strategic plan will have final

approval from the SMUS Society Board in December 2011.

We will continue to measure the outcomes of our programs to ensure

that our operations deliver on our mission and vision. Our new strategic

plan will undoubtedly require some changes to our physical facilities so

that they match the requirements of the latest teaching and assessment

methods. The years to come will be an exciting time.

Philanthropic support from all corners of the SMUS Society

membership continues to be strong. The Annual Fund set new records

again this year. This success allows us to ensure a diversity in our

student body that is critical to our future. I extend a warm thanks to

everyone who donated to the Annual Fund and to the individuals who

worked so tirelessly as ambassadors to help our endowment fund grow.

Each year the Board of Governors sponsors a recognition dinner for

faculty and staff. Led by Bob Snowden, Head of School, we have the

very best team of individuals to guide your children. I thank them all.

It is also my pleasure to thank the governors and advisory governors

for their help, advice and guidance in the success of our school.

In particular I want to thank Anthony Quainton ’46 for his advice

during his first year as our newest advisory governor. Each year after

the election process we welcome returning and new governors.

Congratulations to Sandy Stedman, returning in 2011-2012 for his

second term and welcome to new governors Stacey Jessiman de

Nanteuil ’86, Mary Mullens and Ron Solmer. Finally, I would like to

thank retiring governors Susan Ben-Oliel ‘82 (ten years of service);

Jay Hayden (six years of service) and Dave Wizinsky (three years of

service). Each of them has contributed immensely to the life

and future of our school.

David Angus ‘62

Chair, Board of Governors

St. Michaels University School Society

Bob Snowden

Head of School

St. Michaels University School

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Excellence 3

At SMUS,

excellence means:

»»

our students achieve their full potential in terms

of academic performance and personal growth;

»»

our graduating classes annually receive multiple university

acceptances and a significant level of scholarships;

»»

our staff have superior credentials and are challenged

to rise to a level of teaching that is truly exceptional;

»»

our internal governance is consistent with independent

school best practices;

»»

our program breadth is wide and deep in terms of

academics, athletics and arts, and of the highest quality;

and

» » the learning environment we provide our students

enables them to succeed.


Academic Results and Highlights

BC Foundation Skills

Assessment Results 2011

Provincial Exam Results

Reading

Percentage of Grade 4 students meeting

or exceeding expectations (2011 FSAs)

39

57

61

12

Province

SMUS

Average provincial exam scores 2011

SMUS 80.0

Independent Schools 71.4

Province 69.0

Writing

Numeracy

81

66

16

56

16 SMUS

7 Province

84

SMUS

11 Province

0 20 40 60 80 100

Meeting Exceeding

0 20 40 60 80

Gap between SMUS average exam score

and Province average exam score by subject

English 10: +10%

Mathematics 10: +14%

Science 10: +11%

Socials 11: +10%

English 12: +10%

Percentage of Grade 7 students meeting

or exceeding expectations (2011 FSAs)

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14

Reading

54

56

10

44

Province

SMUS

Writing

62

63

9

36

Province

SMUS

Numeracy

53

72

9

26

Province

SMUS

0 20 40 60 80 100

Meeting

Exceeding

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Advanced Placement Results

SMUS continues to be a leader in the College Board’s

Advanced Placement (AP) program. SMUS has the largest

and longest-running AP program in Canada, and is among

the top-scoring programs nationally. Advanced Placement

courses have a level of difficulty that directly comparable

to first-year university courses and a majority of American

and Canadian universities grant second-year standing to

students who excel on their AP examinations.

711

Total number of AP exams written

by SMUS students in 2011

269

Number of SMUS students writing

at least one AP exam

27

SMUS AP Canadian National

Scholars (students who earn an

average of at least 4 or higher

on five or more AP exams)

Students achieving mark of 3, 4 or 5:

SMUS: 89.0%

British Columbia: 80.0%

World: 60.2%

0 20 40 60 80 100

Highlights

• Junior School students learned about the joys and challenges

of life for children in Honduras by participating in World Vision

Canada’s Campaign for Children, a photography exhibit

displaying photos taken by children in Honduras and Victoria.

• Grade 4 students went through the multi-stepped process of

writing, illustrating and publishing a real book, titled The Big

Book of Habitats and Their Inhabitants A–Z.

• Grade 5 students dazzled audiences with Pirates in

Wonderland, a musical written and directed by Junior School

teacher Stephanie Geehan.

• The Junior and Middle schools adopted outcome-based report

cards for Grades K-7, which provide greater detail to parents

of their child’s progress in the major curricular outcomes.

• The Middle School production of Oliver! at the McPherson

Theatre was a huge success and gave every student a role on

stage, in the orchestra or behind the scenes.

• The Middle School Jazz Band won gold at MusicFest

Canada’s national competition.

• The Grade 8 Math Challengers team qualified to take part in

provincial competition.

• SMUS had a strong showing at the Concours d’Art Oratoire

French public speaking contest: two Senior School students

and a Middle School student took first, second and third

places in their categories.

• In the University of Waterloo math contests, Grade 9, 10 and

11 teams all broke the top 50 and the Grade 12 team also

made the National Honour Roll.

• Two Senior School students took third place in the BC

Provincial Debate Championships.

• A Grade 12 student won first place in the Claremont Review’s

annual writing contest.

Students from Grades 9-12 had their artwork on display in the

McPherson Theatre Gallery for seven weeks last spring.

Average AP Exam Score (on a 5-point scale)

SMUS: 3.68

Canada: 3.64

World: 2.92

0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0


University Acceptances for the Class of 2011

Canadian Universities 462 130

BC Universities 196 64

British Columbia Institute of Technology 2 2

Camosun College 5 1

Capilano University 1

Emily Carr University of Art + Design 1 1

Kwantlen Polytechnic University 1

Langara College 2 1

Simon Fraser University 17 3

Trinity Western University 2 1

University of British Columbia 62 23

University of British Columbia Okanagan 16 5

University of Victoria 87 27

Alberta Universities 20 6

Augustana University College 2 1

Grant MacEwan University 1 1

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology 1

University of Alberta 9 1

University of Calgary 7 3

Ontario Universities 155 36

Brock University 1 1

Carleton University 5

Laurentian University 1

McMaster University 9 1

Queen's University 28 11

Ryerson University 2 1

University of Guelph 7 1

University of Ottawa 3 1

University of Toronto 30 6

University of Waterloo 20 6

University of Western Ontario 41 7

University of Windsor 1

Wilfrid Laurier University 3 1

York University 4

No. of

Acceptances

Quebec & Maritime Universities 91 24

Acadia University 7 1

Bishop's University 2 1

No. of Students

Attending

International Universities 42 13

Cambridge University 1 1

Cardiff University 4

Sciences Po 1 1

European Business School London 1

Hong Kong University of Science and

Technology

Kingston University 1

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and

Technology

2

1 1

National University of Ireland, Galway 1 1

Queen Mary, University of London 2 1

St. George's, University of London 1

Trinity College Dublin 1

University College Dublin 1

University College London 1

University in Brazil 1 1

University in Netherlands 1 1

University of Birmingham 1

University of Bristol 2

University of Derby 1

University of Edinburgh 4 1

University of Exeter 1

University of Kent 2

University of Oxford 1 1

University of Liverpool 2 1

University of Manchester 1

University of St. Andrew's 4 1

University of Strathclyde 1

No. of

Acceptances

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 2 2

No. of Students

Attending

Concordia University 8 1

Dalhousie University 17 2

McGill University 43 17

Memorial University 1

Mount Allison University 4 1

St. Francis Xavier University 5 1

Saint Mary's University 1

St. Thomas University 1

University of Kings College 2

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US Universities 70 23

Bentley University 1

Boston College 2

Boston University 2 1

Bowdoin College 1

California College of the Arts 1 1

Colgate University 2 1

Cornell University 6 1

Duke University 1

Florida State University 1 1

George Fox University 1

George Washington University 1

Harvard University 2 2

Indiana University 1

Lafayette College 1

Macalester College 1

Michigan State University 1

New York University 1 1

Occidental College 1

Ohio State University 1

Pacific University 1

Pennsylvania State University 1 1

Princeton University 2 2

San Diego State University 1

San Francisco State University 1

Savannah College of Art and Design 3 2

Seattle University 2 2

St. Mary's College of California 1

Trinity College 1

University of California, Davis 1

University of California, Merced 1

University of Illinois 2 1

University of Massachusetts, Boston 1 1

University of Miami 1 1

University of Michigan 2

University of Oregon 1

University of Pennsylvania 2 1

University of Pittsburgh 1

University of Portland 1

University of San Diego 2

University of San Francisco 1

University of Southern California 2 2

University of Tennessee 1

University of the Pacific 1

University of Vermont 1

University of Washington 2 1

University of Wisconsin 1

Washington State University 1 1

Washington University in St. Louis 1

Wesleyan University 1

Western Oregon University 1

California State University, Long Beach 1

No. of

Acceptances

No. of Students

Attending

Gap Year 2

Grand Total 574 168

Fields of Study

Our students are starting their post-secondary

studies in a wide range of fields:

Agriculture....................................1

Architecture.................................1

Arts.............................................. 32

Astrophysics................................1

Biochemistry .............................1

Business.................................... 35

Computer Science....................2

Contemporary Music................1

Criminal Justice..........................1

Dentistry.......................................1

Economics...................................3

Engineering................................18

Environmental Science.............1

Film.................................................1

Fine Arts.......................................2

Information & Media...................1

International Development.......2

Kinesiology...................................3

Law.................................................1

Liberal Arts...................................2

Medicine.......................................7

Neuroscience..............................1

Nursing..........................................1

Psychology...................................5

Radio.............................................1

Sciences.................................... 24

Social Sciences........................13

Theatre..........................................2

Visual Effects..............................1

Gap Year......................................2

Grand Total 168

574

Total acceptances received

by graduates of 2011

$3,050,565

Total scholarships offered

to 2011 graduates


A B C

D

E

F

Teaching

and Learning

A priority of our strategic plan has been

to enhance our teaching and learning

practices by incorporating some of the

breakthrough research of the last 25

years on the brain and how students

learn. At SMUS, this has led to a focus

on differentiated learning, more effective

assessment and evaluation and a

collaborative professional environment.

Last year, we took it one step further

by creating the position of Director of

Learning. As our Director of Learning,

Heather Clayton’s role has been to

facilitate our faculty’s learning, capture the

best practices that develop and propagate

those teaching and learning practices

throughout the school.

The academic results from our students –

and their sense of satisfaction and fulfillment

as a result of this approach to learning –

have indicated that we’re on the right path.

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Some of the highlights from our teaching

and learning activities in the last year

include the following:

• Teachers in all three schools formed

learning teams that focused on one of

the following topics: assessment, brain

research, differentiated instruction and

collaboration.

• SMUS hosted Dr. John Medina, the New

York Times bestselling author of Brain

Rules, to talk about his findings into how

children develop and how we all learn.

• Faculty members compiled a bestpractices

document that described

teaching and learning projects they had

pursued over the course of the year,

and that included recommendations for

classroom implementation.

• Heather Clayton extended to parents

the opportunity to learn more about

brain research through a series of parent

lectures that explored different aspects of

student brain development and learning.

Scholars in Residence

Through the Scholars in Residence

program, SMUS students had

the opportunity to learn from the

following special guests:

A- Marc Keilburger

Co-founder of Free the Children

B- Stu Saunders

Youth speaker and director

of Youth Leadership Camps

Canada

C- Gary Lunn

Former federal Minister of State

(Sport)

D- Andrew Weaver

Canada Research Chair

in Climate Modelling and

Analysis at the University

of Victoria

E- Steven Galloway

Award-winning Canadian

novelist

F- Kenneth Oppel ’85

Award-winning author of young

adult fiction and SMUS alumnus

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Leadership

and Service

At SMUS, we believe that leadership is a process of

engagement which moves people to understanding

and action in an environment inspired by trust.

Highlights from the

Five Leadership Streams

Service

• Approximately 750 of our 900

students from Kindergarten to Grade

12 participated in off-campus service

in the community.

• 40 on-campus service activities

took place ranging from the Grade

2 gingerbread sale for Santas

Anonymous to the Library Council

book sale in aid of Ma Facia School

in Liberia.

• Eight Senior School homerooms and

all six of the boarding houses took

part in direct service opportunities,

including the Burnside Gorge

Community Centre Pancake

Breakfast and decorating at the

James Bay Care Centre.

• Health and Career Education

9 classes served lunch at Our

Place while Planning 10 classes

researched, interviewed and

volunteered at a variety of charitable

organizations as part of the Toskan

Foundation Competition.

Sustainability

• All three schools focused on

the major sustainability theme of

waste reduction, which resulted

in improvements to the recycling

and composting collection and

the expansion of the soft plastics

recycling program to parents.

• The Junior School gave out re-usable

bags to each student and hosted a

school-wide “litter-free lunch.”

• Earth Week celebrations at the

Middle and Senior schools featured

displays, chapel presentations,

assembly presentations, and

organic meals.

• The Middle School offered

another popular organic gardening

exploratory and created a bike repair

station based on the initiative of a

Middle School student.

• Energy consumption graphs have

been a powerful way to show

boarding students how they are

using energy.

Principles of Leadership

• The Middle School conducted

a successful pilot of the WEB

program, which welcomes all

students making the transition to

Middle School and makes them feel

comfortable throughout their first

year.

• At the Senior School, the new

election process for prefects and

heads of council rolled out smoothly

and the role of heads of councils

was elevated through greater

support and monthly meetings.

Global Responsibility

• During the federal election, Middle

and Senior School students were

involved in learning about the

candidates and the parties, and

conducted their own election

following Elections Canada

protocols. The voter turnout was

much greater than the national

average. The Green Party came out

in front.

• Senior School students travelled to

India, Kenya, Dominican Republic,

and Europe this year and those

students later visited the Junior

School to share stories from their

service trips to Kenya and India.

Experiential Education

• The Grade 4 classes had a very

positive pilot Outdoor Day at Camp

Pringle, which provided an excellent

opportunity for team-building.

• The Grade 10 Experiential Program

continues to be successful. In

2010-2011 the number of students

enrolled doubled and interest

continues to grow.


Athletics

Athletics at St. Michaels University School

values the ability and the potential of all

students, providing avenues to pursue

excellence through team and individual

sports. Central to the education of the

whole student, we expect the athletic

program to teach character, fair play and

the habit of lifelong fitness.

Participation in

Junior School Athletics

Athletic Opportunity

Participation

Numbers

Cross Country (Grades 3-5) 45

Soccer (Grades 4-5)

ALL

Lifeguard Club 14

Squash (Grade 5) 35

Basketball (Grades 4-5) 47

Swimming (Grades 3-5) 25

Rugby (Grades 4-5) 34

Track & Field (Grades 3-5) 70

General Sports Club 48

Middle School

Athletics Highlights

• U-13 boys soccer team lost the consolation

final by one point to St. Andrew’s College

at the CAIS tournament in Halifax

• U-13 girls soccer team placed 3rd at the

West Point Grey Academy Tournament in

Vancouver

• U-15 girls soccer team placed 7th at the

CAIS Tournament in Toronto

• Grade 8 boys rugby team was undefeated

in ISA and exhibition play

• Grade 8 boys basketball team finished

1st in the city, 3rd in the ISAs and had

several first-place finishes in both local and

mainland tournaments

Senior School Athletics Team Results

team

Badminton 1st 2nd Did not qualify

Senior Boys

Basketball

Senior Girls

Basketball

Junior Boys “A”

Basketball

Junior Girls “A”

Basketball

Gr. 9 Boys

Basketball

Gr. 9 Girls

Basketball

1st in league 2nd 10th

1st in league 2nd 9th

1st 1st 2nd

4th Did not qualify Did not qualify

1st 1st 12th

4th 6th Did not qualify

Cross Country N/A Senior Girls: 5th

Senior Boys: 13th

Senior Girls “A”

Field Hockey

Did not qualify

2nd 5th Did not qualify

Golf N/A 4th Did not qualify

Rowing

1st XV Rugby

(AAA)

Colts Rugby

(Grade 10)

Senior Boys “A”

Soccer (AA)

Senior Girls

Soccer

Junior Boys

Soccer

Junior Girls

Soccer

Senior: 1st

Junior Boys: 3rd

N/A

2nd N/A 7th

2nd N/A N/A

CSSRAs (2 gold,

1 silver, 1 bronze)

2nd in league 5th Did not qualify

2nd in league 3rd 7th

4th 1st N/A

8th Did not qualify N/A

Squash N/A N/A BC Junior Closed

Tournament:

Tyler Olson;

Nicole Bunyan

Track & Field N/A No top 3 finishers Did not qualify

Tennis 1st in league 2nd 8th

Senior Girls

Volleyball (AA)

Junior Girls

Volleyball

city

placement

island

placement

2nd Hosted Islands –

7th

9th Did not qualify N/A

bc

placement

Did not qualify

• Grade 8 girls basketball finished 2nd in

the ISAs

• Grade 8 girls competitive volleyball

finished their season in 1st place with a

15-3 record

• Over 60 students participated in the

Middle School Squash Club, playing in

several local junior tournaments

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Percentage of Senior

School Students

Participating in

Athletics, Intramurals

or PE Only by Term

term

athletics

programME intramurals pe only

1 40% 34% 22%

2 19% 30% 37%

3 34% 25% 28%


Strategic Planning

The Planning committee has been engaged in a major review

and update of the St. Michaels University School Strategic

Plan, taking stock of the school’s progress on the 2005 plan

and resetting the priorities and future directions.

We are fortunate to undertake this work when the school

management and Board governance are at peak functionality

and admissions and philanthropic support continue to be

strong. The Board seeks to capitalize on the school’s thriving

status in this time of strategic planning by determining how

to build on strengths while remaining on the leading edge

in providing outstanding preparation for higher learning and

for life.

Through a series of intense, focused sessions, the committee

leaders have worked to further develop proposals for specific

actions over the short and longer term. This emerging set

of priorities will ensure continued success in the relevant

domains of academic excellence, governance, finance and

community engagement, to name a few.

The Board will share more information and involve a

wider circle of participants as we move into the final

planning stages.

Before beginning the review process, the Board revisited the

expression of the school’s vision to ensure that it worked in

harmony with the mission and the steadily evolving priorities

of this community. Consequently, the elements of our vision

– to learn, to lead, to serve – have been useful as a starting

point in setting the goalposts for the new Strategic Plan. A

period of questioning and examination has followed in which

input has been sought from an array of sources, including

parents, alumni and educational experts within and outside of

the SMUS community.

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Community 13

At SMUS,

community means:

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we seek to build on our diversified cross-section of

students, staff and families that reflect a wide range of

economic, geographic and cultural backgrounds;

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we are actively engaged in making our local and global

community a better place;

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society membership is actively engaged in helping the

school work towards achieving its mission, ensuring that

spirit is high and positive; and

» » overall satisfaction amongst SMUS families remains at

historically high levels, and voluntary attrition remains low.


SMUS Student Community

2010-11 Enrollment..............Total 930 students

Junior School (K-5)...............................152 students

Middle School (Grades 6-8)...................208 students

Senior School (Grades 9-12)..................570 students

Boarders (Grades 8-12).........................250 students

ESL (Grades 8-10) ..............................49 students

Gender Ratio......................................48% boys/52% girls

Global Composition

Boarding students originate from 20 countries:

20.7%

In 2010-11, 20.7% of the

student body benefited

from funds made available

through financial assistance.

• 45% from Canada, 8% from USA

• 47% of boarders are from outside Canada and the USA

Financial Assistance

and Scholarships

Number of merit scholars in 2010-11.........17

Total funds distributed 2010-11................$1.92 million

In 2010-11, 20.7% of the student body benefited from

funds made available through financial assistance.

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SMUS Parents’ Auxiliary

“Parents working together to

support excellence in education”

The SMUS Parents’ Auxiliary Society is an important

contributing organization within the SMUS community.

A group of parent volunteers, the Parents’ Auxiliary organizes

events, raises funds and distributes funding allocations that

support excellence at the school and build a strong community.

Parents’ Auxiliary Events and

Fundraisers for 2010-11

• Used Uniform Sale: offered in the gym during school

registration and one day a month from the Derby and

Shelbourne location.

• Welcome Coffee Parties: coffee events to welcome new

families at the Junior School and Richmond Road campus

kicked off the school year.

• Pizza Days: the Parents’ Auxiliary organized pizza lunches

for participating students at the Junior, Middle and Senior

schools.

• Boarders without Borders: many boarding students visited

Victoria SMUS families for a home-cooked meal.

• Christmas Gala: a fun and sophisticated family celebration

that welcomed a capacity crowd.

• Visiting Speaker: the Parents’ Auxiliary sponsored Russell

Horwitz’s visit with Grades 4, 5 and 6 to talk to students

about the state of the environment and what we can do

about it.

• Super Brains Quiz Night: this fun and lively event continues

to be popular and this year it was extended to the alumni

community as the Friday-night kick-off to Alumni Weekend.

Parents’ Auxiliary Scholarship

In 2010-11, the Parents’ Auxiliary awarded its first scholarship

since transferring its funds to the SMUS Endowment. The

scholarship was awarded to a terrific all-round student in

financial need who has demonstrated active and spirited

commitment to community service and leadership.

Allocations for 2010-11

Breakdown of Funding by Campus

Junior $15,899.90 22%

Middle $7,400.54 10%

Senior $49,303.80 68%

TOTAL $72,604.24

Breakdown of Funding by Department

Academics $5,796.36 8%

Athletics $22,753.88 31%

Arts $19,482.16 27%

Community $13,235.24 18%

Extracurricular $2,100.00 3%

Outdoor Education $4,800.00 7%

Technology $4,436.60 6%

TOTAL $72,604.24

Staff Appreciation Lunches: the Parents’ Auxiliary paid

tribute to the staff at all three schools with an internationallythemed

menu of home-cooked dishes as a tribute to our

boarding community.


SMUS Alumni Association

“We are committed to advocacy

on behalf of SMUS to ensure

fulfillment of the SMUS mission”

The SMUS Alumni Association is a group of alumni led

by a volunteer board that works with the school to foster

strong ties between SMUS and its former students.

SMUS Alumni Association

Highlights for 2010-11

• The 2010 Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament produced

raised $8,862.06 for the Alumni Association Endowment

Fund.

• The SMUSAA will play a larger role in organizing the 2012

Alumni Weekend, with a SMUSAA member sitting on the

Alumni Weekend organizing committee.

• Alumni receptions were held in Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary,

Edmonton, Toronto, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Hong

Kong, Tokyo, Montreal and London as well as on campus at

Queen’s University and the University of Western Ontario.

• The 2011 Distinguished Alumni Award focusing on

achievement in science and technology was awarded to

Dr. Lotus Vermeer ’86 based on nominations from alumni.

• More than 40 deserving students who might otherwise be

unable to attend SMUS benefitted from the SMUS Alumni

Association Endowment Fund last year.

• The second annual Alumni Basketball event took place in

December and featured a friendly game between alumni

and the SMUS junior boys’ basketball team.

• The SMUSAA was a proud partner in the Careers

Information Day for students that took place on the Friday

of Alumni Weekend, April 29. More than a dozen alumni

participated in interactive sessions with students.

• Alumni weekend attracted more than 500 alumni and

friends who took part in class-year reunions, a chapel

service with guest speaker Anthony Quainton ’46, the grad

bear presentation, music, rugby, soccer and cricket. More

than 120 alumni attended the Saturday-evening dinner in

Brown Hall.

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REPORT ON THE 2010

PARENT SURVEY


Results from the 2010 SMUS Parent Survey

Why was the survey conducted?

St. Michaels University School surveys our parents every two

to three years to gauge how well we are meeting the needs

of our current families. Cumulatively, these surveys help the

school establish goals and measure our progress as we

continually work toward a higher standard of excellence in

fulfilling our mission.

Who did the survey and

how was it conducted?

The survey was conducted by Lookout Management

Consultants Inc. (LMI), which has done similar parent

surveys for 91 independent schools around the world. All

SMUS parents were contacted multiple times by email in

June 2010 and asked to respond to an online questionnaire.

The questionnaire was designed to measure satisfaction

levels, both generally and for specific elements; to measure

attitudes about the school; and to compare results by parent

characteristics so that we can learn more about how to meet

the specific needs of different groups of parents.

Who responded to the survey?

479 parents responded to the survey, about 39% of the SMUS

parent community. Respondents have been with the school an

average of 4.1 years. The breakdown of respondents by school

and by boarding or day closely parallels the overall population

distribution of the school:

*Population by school refers to 2009-10 enrollment data

Student gender also closely mirrored the student population

of 50% boys/50% girls with 50.3% of respondents having

a male child and 49.7% having a female child at the school.

92% of respondents provided their range of average

household income, which showed us that the majority of

respondents (48.4%) have a household income between

$100K-250K, while the rest of respondents were quite

evenly distributed above and below that mark (26.5% with

a household income greater than $250K; 25.1% with a

household income less than $100K).

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Survey respondents

by school

Junior School 17.5% 16.9%

Middle School 21.9% 22.4%

Senior School 60.8% 60.7%

Boarding 22.5% 25.9%

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Student population

by school*

Survey Results: Satisfaction

General

88.7% of parents rated their general satisfaction with the

school as either high or very high on the scale of 1 to 5 (very

low to very high), for an average rating of 4.4. In other parent

surveys conducted by LMI, the highest general satisfaction

rating a school received was 4.5, while the average rating in

all school surveys conducted by LMI is 4.2.

Rating

% of respondents

1 0.2%

2 1.5%

3 9.6%

4 37.0%

5 51.7%

4.4 Weighted average score

88.7% % rating 4 or 5

92.3% of parents indicated that SMUS was their first choice

of schools.

School Life

Of the 17 specific school-life elements on the survey, 84.1% of

parents rated their satisfaction as high or very high, for an average

rating of 4.2. The school’s academic program achieved the highest

level of parent satisfaction, with an average rating of 4.5, and all 17

categories received an average rating of 4.0 or higher.

Average

rating

% rating high

or very high

satisfaction

Academic program 4.5 92.4%

Physical safety of students 4.4 91.7%

Class size 4.4 89.5%

Breadth of courses offered 4.4 88.6%

Athletic facilities 4.4 88.9%

Outdoor education program (Gr. 6 to 4.4 87.7%

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Arts facilities 4.3 86.9%

Leadership opportunities for students 4.3 85.7%

Availability of extra help 4.3 84.1%

Volunteer experiences for parents 4.2 82.2%

(if applicable)

Parent/teacher conferences 4.2 82.1%

Chapel 4.2 82.1%

Individual student learning support 4.1 79.1%

Competitive athletics (Gr. 6 to 12) 4.1 79.5%

University counselling (Gr. 9 to 12) 4.0 78.3%

Intramural/non-competitive athletics 4.0 74.8%

(Gr. 4 to 12)

Security of personal property 4.0 75.8%

Average for this series 4.2 84.1%

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Boarding

Asked to rate their experience with the boarding program in

12 categories, boarding parents (108 respondents) gave the

highest rating to the “quality of guardianship of my child”, with a

4.4 weighted average and 89.8% signifying high or very high

levels of satisfaction. Each category received an average rating

of 4.0 or higher. The average rating for the whole boarding

series was 4.2, with 81.3% of boarding parents indicating high

or very high levels of satisfaction.

Average

rating

% rating high

or very high

satisfaction

Quality of guardianship of my child 4.4 89.8%

Ability to reach residential staff,

4.3 86.1%

when I feel the need

Ability to reach my child,

4.3 84.3%

when I feel the need

Residence rules and expectations 4.3 85.2%

Study hours 4.2 84.3%

My child’s peer relationships in Boarding 4.2 80.4%

Overall residential experience for my child 4.2 80.6%

Quality of relationship with roommate 4.1 81.5%

Quality of health services 4.1 83.3%

Maintenance of residential buildings 4.1 74.8%

Dorm room 4.0 71.2%

Weekend activities and programs 4.0 74.5%

Communication

The lowest satisfaction scores from this survey were in the area

of communication, although a majority of parents still rated high

or very high levels of satisfaction in each of the specific

communication areas.

When responses are crossed with grade, communication

satisfaction levels are noticeably lower among Senior School

parents. LMI indicates that this is a common result in the

schools it surveys: as older students become more responsible

for their own schedule and their own learning, parents become

less involved day-to-day with the school and find it more difficult

to stay apprised of their child’s life at school. We want parents

at all grade levels to feel informed and connected, and consider

this area an excellent opportunity to improve our performance.

Average rating

Quantity

% rating high

or very high

satisfaction

Average rating

Quality

% rating high

or very high

satisfaction

Average rating

Accessibility,

when sought

% rating high

or very high

satisfaction

With Teachers 3.9 69.6% 4.1 79.7% 4.4 86.8%

With Homeroom Teachers/Advisors 3.8 66.5% 4.1 76.9% 4.3 85.5%

With School Directors 3.9 69.4% 4.1 75.0% 4.2 80.9%

With Head of School 3.7 61.2% 3.8 65.3% 3.9 70.4%


Survey Results:

Attitudinal Measures of Agreement

Parents were asked to use a 5-point scale to indicate their

level of agreement (strongly disagree to strongly agree) with

32 statements about the school, such as “I see SMUS as a

transformational experience for my child” or “the school makes

a compelling case for my philanthropic support”. Parents

agreed or strongly agreed with 22 out of the 32 statements,

with the highest level of agreement for “SMUS has an

excellent reputation”, at 4.5. The lowest agreement was for the

statement “Day and Boarding students interact well together”,

at 3.5. The average for the entire series of statements was

4.1, where 23.4 parents agreed with a statement for every one

parent who disagreed.

Growth of the Child

Parents felt that SMUS had made a contribution to their child’s

growth in 14 of 17 categories. Parents see the strongest

impact in their children’s critical thinking skills and ability to

work cooperatively. The three categories with a weighted

average below 4.0 were organizing time effectively (3.9), testtaking

strategies (3.9) and coping with peer pressure (3.8).

The weighted average for this series was 4.1.

Investments for the Future

If the school were to raise some additional funds in the future

for investment in a major initiative, we asked parents to choose

three possible initiatives that were most important to them.

The scholarship and bursary program was selected most

often – by 49.3% of parents. Facility improvements for Junior

and Middle Schools were cited by a proportion of parents

that almost exactly mirrors the proportion of Junior and Middle

School parents in the total SMUS population.

Using the Survey Data to

Make an Excellent School Better

In its analysis and recommendations, LMI called the SMUS

Parent Survey a “good news report” that demonstrated high

levels of satisfaction and strong support for how the school is

executing on its mission and vision.

While keeping our focus on the things we do well to ensure

that we remain strong, we will also look carefully at the areas

with lower results – particularly communication – to close the

gap between these and our strengths.

Measures of Balance

Parents were asked to rate how well they feel the school

achieves balance in its programs using a 5-point scale, where

1 is too little, 3 is about right and 5 is too much. Eight of the

14 categories received a 3.0, including focus on the arts,

community service and sportsmanship; level of academic

challenge and support; emphasis on leadership development;

amount of homework and efforts to promote moral growth.

The highest average score was 3.2 for focus on athletics, with

20.9% of parents rating it as too much. The lowest average

score was 2.7 for amount of communication from teachers

about their child’s experience, with 28.6% of parents rating it

as too little.

We welcome your questions and

comments about the 2010 Parent

Survey:

Nancy Richards

Director of Junior School

250-598-3922

nancy.richards@smus.ca

Xavier Abrioux

Director of Middle School

250-592-3549

xavier.abrioux@smus.ca

Kathy Roth

Director of Senior School

250-592-2411

kathy.roth@smus.ca

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Financial Strength 21

At SMUS, financial

strength means:

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we operate in a cost-effective and efficient manner inside

and outside of the classroom, delivering value for the

services we provide;

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we maintain our historically high levels of enrollment, at

or near physical capacity;

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we build our endowment and increase our fundraising

every year;

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we have the financial capacity to execute our plans; and

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we manage our liabilities and risks responsibly.


Treasurer’s Report

On behalf of the Finance committee and the Board of

Governors, I am pleased to report that the school’s auditors

have once again issued an unqualified report to the financial

statements for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2011.

Highlights from the audited financial statements, with the

previous year’s data in brackets, include:

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The school’s financial position remained strong with a

combined net fund balances of over $31.6 million ($30.1)

including $22.2 million ($22.4) of capital assets and $7.6

million ($6.5) in the endowment fund.

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The school’s long-term debt stands at $11.6 million

($12.2 million) with annual debt-servicing costs

representing 5.4% (6%) of gross operating revenue,

which is well within the 10% allowed under the

Society’s bylaws.

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The increase in educational administration expense to

$1,621,202 ($1,326,773) relates to the addition of the

Director of Learning role to the school; to parent and

alumni surveys and increased professional development.

»»

There was a small gross operating surplus after inter-fund

transfers of $12,458 ($55,606), representing 0.05%

(0.25%) of budgeted expenditures.

»»

In the current year we were able to increase the net

transfer to the contingency fund from $100,000 to

$400,000. The contingency fund enables the school to

ensure that it can deliver the same quality programs in the

event of an unexpected financial problem.

St. Michaels University School

Summarized Combined Statement

of Financial Position as of June 30

2009 2010 2011

$000s $000s $000s

Assets

Cash and Treasury Bills $ 3,321 $ 4,344 $ 5,068

Accounts Receivable 213 275 342

Inventories 139 162 141

Prepaid Expenses 362 330 184

Endowment Fund

Investments 5,364 6,354 7,433

Land, Buildings

and Equipment 44,862 43,909 43,391

Total Assets $ 54,261 $ 55,374 $ 56,559

Liabilities and

Fund Balances

Accounts Payable $ 3,303 $ 3,283 $ 3,654

Fees Received

in Advance 8,047 8,826 8,817

Long-Term Debt 13,731 13,170 12,483

Fund Balances 29,180 30,095 31,605

Total Liabilities and

Fund Balances $ 54,261 $ 55,374 $ 56,559

»»

In 2009-10 the school reduced the annual transfer to the

capital fund. In the current year we were able to increase

the transfer to $483,564 ($337,282) resulting in an

annual deficit of $159,271 ($347,945) in the capital fund.

We remain focused on ensuring that the school is able to meet

its long-term strategic goals both in the quality of the program

provided and maintaining the school’s financial strength. In

the years ahead, we will continue to keep our focus on costs

and debt management to ensure that the school continues to

provide value for all of its students.

A.G. (Sandy) Stedman, CA

Board of Governors Treasurer

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St. Michaels University School Summarized

Statement of Operating Revenue and Expenditures

for the Year Ended June 30

Budget Actual Budget

2010-11 2010-11 2011-12

$000s $000s $000s

Revenue

Tuition and Boarding $ 21,716 $ 21,845 $ 22,441

Registration Fees 430 477 434

Provincial Government Grants 1,930 1,901 1,930

Campus Shop, Summer

Programs & Misc. Revenue 2,033 2,211 2,178

Unrestricted Donations - 342 -

Total Revenues $ 26,109 $ 26,776 $ 26,983

Expenditures

Scholarships $ 165 $ 165 $ 170

Bursaries 1,019 1,125 1,172

Classroom Instruction 10,648 10,670 11,123

Student Support 1,747 1,784 1,939

Educational Administration 1,555 1,622 1,687

Residence 1,936 1,923 1,978

School Advancement 1,039 1,027 1,029

Marketing 444 442 515

Admissions 633 672 640

Technology 429 426 436

Physical Facilities 2,072 2,146 2,118

Administration 729 710 736

Campus Shop, Summer

Programs & Misc. Costs 1,481 1,531 1,566

Total Expenditures $ 23,897 $ 24,243 $ 25,109

Transfers to Other Funds

Debt Servicing $ 1,470 $ 1,428 $ 1,454

Capital Funds 442 484 420

Contingency Fund 100 200 100

Enrollment Contingency 200 200 (100)

Transfer of Unrestricted Donations - 342 -

Transfer to (from) Other Funds - (133) -

Total Expenditures and Transfers $ 26,109 $ 26,764 $ 26,983

Excess of Revenue over Exp. & Transfers $ - $ 12 $ -


Annual Fund

Annual Fund 5-Yr Totals

2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Alumni 480,034 432,956 333,911 221,257 284,177

Parents 455,808 418,691 399,424 391,873 339,264

Parents of Alumni/Friends 140,908 211,119 129,805 191,451 93,596

Staff 32,907 45,358 38,488 37,419 28,891

Grand Total $1,109,657 $1,108,124 $901,628 $842,000 $745,928

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List of Donors

** 10-yr consecutive donors

* 5-yr consecutive donors

VIVAT SOCIETY

($20,000+)

American Friends

of SMUS, Inc. *

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Susan Angus ’62 **

The Beeston Family *

Mr. & Mrs. Brian

& Ann Cameron ’71 **

Mr. & Mrs. Xin

& Hua Chen

Mr. Owen Chen

& Mrs. Bonnie Xi

Mr. David Chmiel ’91

Mr. Edward Chwyl & Mrs.

Mary Rutherford-Chwyl

Mr. Kun Gao

& Mrs. Chunli Yu

Mr. Brian Graves ’42 **

Mr. Richard

Hawkesworth ’61

Mr. Jay Hayden & Mrs.

Kate Ramsden-Hayden *

Mr. Zhongrong Lin

& Mrs. Qingling Wang

Mr. Claudius Liu

Mr. Seiji Masuda

Mr. Timothy McGee &

Ms. Mary Mullens *

Mr. Hugh McGillivray ’64

Mr. Fanliang Meng

& Mrs. Mingxia Zhang

Mr. Kent Norris

& Ms. Liane Thomas ’82 *

Mr. Rajan Pillay

& Ms. Shamini

Ramanujan

Mr. & Mrs. Jim

& Alison Prentice ’49

Mr. Cliff Sun ’72 **

Mr. Wei Yang Zhang

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

($15,000+)

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Nancy Herpers ’64

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur &

Sandra Ann Makosinski *

SMUS Alumni

Association

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Mieke Wizinsky *

BELL TOWER

($10,000+)

ANONYMOUS (2)

Mr. Jack Chan

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Susan Considine ’70 **

Mr. & Mrs. Atholl

& Deirdre Cropper **

Mrs. Ann Glazier-

Rothwell ’85

& Mr. Alex Rothwell

Mr. Nick Gudewill **

Mr. & Mrs. William

& Terry Harper **

Mr. & Mrs. Eric

& Kathy Heffernan ’73 **

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Kathy Jawl ’76 **

Ms. Bonnie Lau

Mr. Anthony Souza ’72 **

CORNERSTONE

($5,000+)

Dr. Timothy Beaumont

& Mrs. Kayoko Miura-

Beaumont

Mr. & Mrs. Rod

& Debbie Couvelier ’68 *

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Cerris Davies *

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Alison Ducharme

Mr. Craig Elder ’88

& Mrs. Donna Dayman-

Elder *

Mr. Paul Flanagan

& Ms. Cathy Dixon

Mr. George Luo

& Mrs. Susan Xu

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Mary Pollen *

Mr. & Mrs. Peter

& Mary-Ann Pollen

Mr. & Mrs. Jim

& Doreen Rigos ’60 **

Mr. & Mrs. Tom

& Sue Rigos ’61 **

Mr. Yunxiang Sun

& Mrs. Mingxiao Cai

Mr. Michael Walsh

Mr. Richard

Worthington ’66

HEADMASTER’S

CIRCLE

($1,000+)

Rani & Avnashi

Mr. & Mrs. Xavier &

Bernadette Abrioux ’76 *

Mr. Sasha Angus ’90

& Dr. Li-Shih Huang *

Mr. David G. Angus ’94 *

Dr. & Mrs. Kirk

& Beth Bartlett *

Dr. Andrea Berardelli

& Mrs. Anne Levy

Mr. Peter Bruynzeel

& Ms. Kristi Simpson *

Lt. Col. Andrew Butters

’68 *

Charities Aid Foundation

– UK *

Mr. Michael Code ’67

Dr. & Mrs. Hendrick

& Monica Coetze

Mr. & Mrs. Don

& Valerie Copeland

Mr. David Cousins ’77

Drs. William & Valorie

Cunningham ’77

Dr. Richard Curry & Mrs.

Susanne Walker Curry

Mr. & Mrs. Charlie

& Naomi Delisle

Mr. & Mrs. Terry

& Mary Dial ’61

Mr. Manfred Doege

& Mrs. Michaela Loers

Dr. & Mrs. Peter

& Barbara Duncan **

Mr. David Edwards *

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Lindy Ewonus *

Mr. & Mrs. Don

& Nancy Farkas

Mr. & Mrs. Brian

& Susan Findlay **

Ms. Lynn Forbes *

Mr. & Mrs. Dave

& Catherine Fracy

Drs. Eric

& Michele Fretz *

Mr. & Mrs. Peter

& Jane Gardiner

The Hon. & Mrs. Alastair

& Diana Gillespie ’42

Dr. & Mrs. David

& Maeve Glen

Mr. & Mrs. Lee

& Caryn Green *

Ms. Maria D. Gonçalves *

Dr. Jason Gray

& Mrs. Patricia

Macintyre-Gray

Mr. & Mrs. Lee

& Caryn Green *

Dr. & Mrs. Morgan

& Cathy Hall *

Mr. & Mrs. Campbell

& Suzy Hall *

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford

& Heather Hall ’83

Mr. & Mrs. Darren

& Leanne Hart

Mr. Barret Hatton ’93

Mr. Keith Hibbert

& Ms. Krista Schlosser

Mr. Michael Hooton

& Ms. Moira Taylor

Professors Keishun

& Hiromi I

Mr. & Mrs. Jason

& Heidi Jacob

Ms. Kate Jacobs ’91

& Mr. Jonathan Bieley

Mr. Robert Janes

& Mrs. Joanne Hounsell

Mr. Alec Johnston ’98

& Ms. Jennifer (Angus)

Johnston ’98

Mr. & Mrs. Bill

& Julie Keech *

Ms. Laura Keziere

& Mr. Howard

McElderry **

Mr. & Mrs. Hoonsik

& Seounhee Kim

Mr. & Mrs. Tadanori

& Aya Kokubun ’00

Mr. Yong Ho Lee

& Mrs. Hyoung Won

Hahn

Mr. & Mrs. Jasie & Shaila

Leekha ’93

Mr. Paul Leslie

Dr. Frank Loomer

& Ms. Linda Graham **

Dr. & Mrs. Mark

& Catherine Lupin

Mr. Liam Maclure ’12

Mr. Francis Mairet

& Dr. Karlina Breikss

Dr. Anthony Mathews

& Mrs. Debra Bakowska

Mr. Dan Matthews

& Mrs. Michele Stannard

Mr. & Mrs. James

& Kay McClaskey ’57 *

Mr. & Mrs. Philip

& Jill McCune ’83 **

McLean Budden Ltd.

Mr. & Mrs. Brian & Sarah

McLoughlin, Q.C. ’42 *

Mr. & Mrs. Horst

& Armgard Merk

Dr. Andrew Moore ’86

Dr. Ian Mugridge **

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Signi Murgatroyd *

Mr. & Mrs. Mark & Sylvia

Murr *

Mr. Tuan Linh Nguyen

& Mrs. Anh Phan

Mrs. Wendy O’Dwyer *

Marc & Belinda Owen-

Flood Family Fund at the

Victoria Foundation*

Mr. & Mrs. Trevor

& Glenys Patmore

The Hon. Ambassador

Anthony Quainton ’46

& Mrs. Susan Quainton

Mr. David Ren

& Mrs. Jie Lu

Ms. Nancy Richards

& Mr. Ken Cluley *

Ms. Kath Roth

& Mr. Andrew Mordan **

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Susan Saunders *

Mr. John Schaffter (d)

& Mrs. Anne Schaffter

Mr. & Mrs. Bernd

& Erika Schweitzer *

Drs. John Shandro

& Amita Modi-Shandro

Mr. Anton Simor

Mr. Stan Sipos

SMUS Parents’ Auxiliary

Society

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Joan Snowden **

Sodexo **

Mr. & Mrs. Ron

& Lisa Solmer


List of Donors

Mr. Richard Sulsbury

& Mrs. Olga Gomez

Mr. Alvin Chan

& Ms. Lina Yam

Provincial Employees

Community Services

FRIENDS

(up to $499)

Mr. Robert Card ’93

& Ms. Jessica Wing

Dr. & Mrs. Bao

& Angela Tang

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Nancy Thomas

Dr. Daniel Tse

& Mrs. Monica Lin-Tse *

Mr. & Mrs. Steven

& Joanne Turner

Dr. Menno von Brucken

Fock & Mrs. Orly Moreau

Mr. & Mrs. Sheng-Li

& Li-Ping Wang

Ms. Jennifer White

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy

& Heather Williams ’83

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Pamela Wilson

Mr. & Mrs. Mike

& Maddie Woods

Mr. Jesse Yang

& Mrs. Cherry Wang

Mr. & Mrs. Doug

& Yennie Yuen *

Mr. & Mrs. Richard

& Teresa Zwicky *

Mr. Zachary Zwicky ’17

PATRONS

($500+)

ANONYMOUS (4)

Dr. Rosemarie

Alkoff-Drost ’90

Ms. Marianne Anderson

’80 & Mr. Andrew

Clarke**

Ms. Laura Authier *

Mr. & Mrs. Dimiter

& Ekaterina Bainov *

Drs. Nigel & Jenni Bass

Mrs. Deborah Beban

Mr. & Mrs. Denis

& Jannie Berntsen *

Mr. Rob Boeckh

& Ms. Marina Steele

Mrs. Rosemary

Boehringer *

Mr. James Booth *

Mr. Michael Burrows

& Mrs. Shannon Drew

Mr. & Mrs. Kyman

& Patricia Chan ’85 *

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Susan Collins ’63

Dr. Johann Cunningham

& Ms. Sonja Ruthe ’76

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Theresa Dhillon **

Ms. Gillian Donald ’85

& Mr. Steve Gilroy

Mr. Sean Duffey

& Dr. Sarah Teasdale

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Nina Duffus

Ms. Renee Dugan ’90 *

Mr. & Mrs. Brian

& Thelma Dyer **

Mr. George Floyd **

Dr. & Mrs. Iain

& Anna Forbes

Mr. Rory Forbes ’90

Mr. Mathew Geddes ’93

& Ms. Lindsay Brooke *

Mr. Leslie Gilbert ’50 **

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Anita Gilmore *

Ms. Gail Gordon

Mr. Jim Griffith

& Ms. Jean Ives

Mr. & Mrs. Nick

& Susan Hall-Patch **

Mr. & Mrs. Helmut

& Carolyn Hissen

Mr. Brent Iverson

& Ms. Mia Maki

Ms. Stacey Jessiman ’86

& Mr. Geoffroy de Nanteuil

Dr. John Jiang

& Ms. Caroline Xu

Mr. In-Kweon Kim

Ms. Christine Lintott

Dr. Tao Lu & Dr. Xiaodai

Dong

Mr. Wenrong Mei

& Mrs. Lian Duan

Mr. & Mrs. Brian

& Dolores Morin

Ms. Cheryl Murtland *

Mr. Murray Olson

& Ms. Jeanette Schreyer

Mr. Doug Park **

Mr. William Pike

& Ms. Jennifer Tedlie *

Mr. Jim Ross **

Mr. & Dr. Tony

& Sikina Rossi *

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Schopper

& Ms. Elise Schopper-

Brigel

Mr. & Mrs. Bill

& Norma Selwood

Mr. Sasan Shariaty

& Mrs. Mona Mazgani

Mr. Jatinder Singh

& Mrs. Meenu Kaur

Drs. Kenneth

& Gail Smith

Mr. & Mrs. James

& Dottie Smith ’59

Mr. & Mrs. William

& Judy Sturgis *

Ms. Judith-Anne

Swan ’85

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Toshie Thumm **

Mr. & Dr. Eugen

& Alina Toaxen

Mr. Christopher

Travis ’80

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Sandra Turpin

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Joan Tweedie *

Mr. Andrew van der

Westhuizen ’04 *

Mr. Michael van der

Westhuizen ’08 *

Mr. James

Wenman ’66 **

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew

& Diana Weymar

Mr. & Mrs. Jason & Kelly

(O’Sullivan) Whitley ’83

Ms. Donna Williams

& Mr. Ted Porter **

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph

& Louise Winter **

Ms. Kathryn Wizinsky ’08

Mr. Mark Wizinsky ’10

Mr. Qigang Ye

& Mrs. Jianghong Wu

Drs. Adrian Yee

& Janet Mak

Mr. Qing Chun Zhao

& Mrs. Yu Jie Feng

ANONYMOUS (10)

Ms. Lori Adam

Mr. Brett Adam ’09

Ms. Kelly Adam ’11

Mr. Dominic Albert

& Ms. Susan Vachon *

Mr. Evgeny

Aleksandrov ’05

Ms. Eileen Amirault *

Mr. & Mrs. Eliot & Becky

Anderson *

Mr. & Mrs. Blair &

Sachiko Anderson ’85

Mr. & Mrs. Joe

& Julie Ashton

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald

& Michelle Baart

Dr. Stephen Baker

& Mrs. Dionne

Laslo-Baker

Dr. David

Ballantyne ’49 **

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Gretchen Barber ’80 *

Mr. & Mrs. Gary

& Michelle Barber

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher

& Jennifer Bateman ’94

Mr. Steven Bates

Ms. Cathy Beglau

& “Charlie’’

Mr. Stephen Bett ’66

Mrs. Ann Bodley-Scott

& Mr. Robin Hittos *

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Kyoko Boehringer ’88

Mr. & Mrs. Cecil

& June Branson ’52

Mr. Keith Bridge

& Ms. Bridget Fleming

Mr. & Mrs. Colin

& Cindy Brown ’90

Mr. Thomas Brown

& Dr. Jennifer Fraser *

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Diane Bryson

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh

& Janice Burnett ’50 **

Mr. Alexander

Cameron ’95

Mrs. Kate Campbell

Mr. Ronald Carter

& Dr. Lara Lauzon **

Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey

& Elaine Castle **

Dr. Richard Chambers

Mr. Dominique

Chapheau **

Mr. & Mrs. Henry

& Amy Chou *

Mr. George Clark ’59

Mr. & Mrs. Paul

& Heather Clayton

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas

& Eileen Connolly *

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin

& Kathleen Cook *

Mr. Anthony Cordle **

Mr. & Mrs. Andres

& Maite Costafreda *

Mr. Christopher

Couvelier ’02

Mr. & Mrs. Carey

& Kixi Creek **

Ms. Erin Cristall ’95

The Crow Family

Mr. Yao Cui

& Mrs. Meiying Liu

Mr. Cam Culham

Mr. & Mrs. Keith

& Kirsten Davel *

Mr. & Mrs. Jim

& Shari de Goede

Mr. Pieter De Groot

& Dr. Sheila Wynn *

Mr. Philip De

Jauregui ’67 **

Mr. Ajit Dhillon ’07

Mr. Himat Dhillon ’08

Ms. Gisèle Di Iorio **

Ms. Betsy Donald ’86

Dr. & Mrs. James

& Sheree Dooner

Mr. & Mrs. Keith

& Michelle Driscoll

Mr. Bhupinder Dulku ’09

Mr. & Mrs. Stewart

& Evelyn Dunlop **

Dr. & Mrs. Robert

& Jo Durie

Mr. & Mrs. Colin

& Lynda Dykes ’66 **

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Mr. & Mrs. John

& Heidi Edgar **

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Jayne Ellis ’50

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Denise Ely ’81 *

Ms. Kathryn Evans

Mr. Lynn Eves ’58 *

Ms. Beth Fellows

Dr. & Mrs. Nicholas

& Ann Fenje **

Mr. & Mrs. Grant

& Christa Fenton

Rev. & Mrs. Keven

& Jennifer Fletcher *

Mr. Robin Forbes ’93 *

Mr. Peter Fowler ’43 **

Mr. & Mrs. Richard

& Catherine Fraser

Mr. Henry Frew ’78 **

Mr. Russell Fulton ’58

Ms. Lara Gaede &

Mr. Mark Oldershaw ’89

Mr. & Mrs. Steven

& Alison Galloway

Mrs. Stephanie (Gill)

Geehan ’95 & Mr.

Jonathan Geehan

Genentech

(Matching Gift)

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Christie Gialloreto

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Susan Gill

Ms. Ashleigh Gionet

Mr. & Mrs. Tony & Sharon

Goodman

Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas

& Colleen Grant ’84

Ms. Meredith Grey ’96

Mr. Edward Gudewill ’06

Mr. Benjamin

Gudewill ’04

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Harumi Hart

Mr. & Mrs. Bob

& Lynne (Chui) Hart ’86

Dr. & Mrs. Guy

& Gillian Harvey

Mr. & Mrs. David

& April Haussmann

Mr. & Mrs. Brandon

& Alice Hawes

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Dariol Haydock *

Mr. Eric Higgs

& Ms. Stephanie Cairns

Mr. & Mrs. Ted

& Phyllis Howard ’49 **

Ms. Jocelyn Howden

The Hon. J. Michael

Hubbard

Mr. Fu-Wah Hui

& Mrs. Esther Hui Yu

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Joan Humphries **

Mr. Robert Hurley ’68 **

Mr. & Mrs. Ian

& Lisa Hyde-Lay **

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen

& Edwina Ingle *

Mrs. Myra Inglis *

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Monica Jackson *

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph

& Marina Jaffey

Ms. Elizabeth Jawl ’00

Mr. David Jawl ’02

Mrs. Jona Johnson

Ms. Janice Johnson

Mr. Craig Johnston

& Ms. Bethany Wilson

Mr. & Mrs. Glynn

& Carolyn Jones *

Mr. & Mrs. Brett

& Michelle Jones ’86 *

Dr. Claire Jones ’00

Ms. Darlene Kakoske

Mr. Amin Kassam

& Mrs. Nafisa Sharriff-

Kassam

Drs. Steve Keeler

& Vanessa Young ’84

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Susan Kerr

Dr. Marcus Kirk ’96

& Ms. Siân Morgan

Mr. Gregor Klenz &

Ms. Sarah Beeston ’89 *

Mr. Nelson Ko ’86 & Mrs.

Susan (Leach) Ko ’86 **

Mr. & Mrs. Donald

& Gail Krusel

Mr. Mark Knudsen

& Mrs. Sarah Fisken

Mr. Kent Leahy-Trill

Mr. & Dr. Peter

& Suzie Leggatt **

Ms. Crystal Lenarcic

Dr. Xiaowen Li

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Teresa Liggett *

Mr. Graham Lilly

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Margaret Lincoln

Mr. & Mrs. Steven

& Josie Lobb ’96

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Julee Longridge ’90

Mr. David Lynch ’98

Mr. Robin

MacLeod ’63 **

Ms. Sophia Malczewska

Mr. & Mrs. Greg

& Debbie Marchand *

Mr. & Mrs. Claude

& Denise Marchessault

Mr. Ryusuke Matsui ’95

Mr. Peter McLeod **

Mr. & Mrs. Rafael

& Theresa Melendez-

Duke ’48

Ms. Annemarie

Middleton ’86

Mr. Sam Millar ’94

Mr. & Mrs. Greg

& Gillian Miller ’91

Mr. & Mrs. Luke

& Anne Mills

Mr. & Mrs. Rick

& Brenda Mitchelmore

Jack & Anne Mollenhauer

Family Foundation at

the Toronto Community

Foundation *

Mr. Clint Monrufet ’78

Ms. Cindy Moon **

Mr. Parker Moore

& Ms. Laurie Richards *

Mr. & Mrs. Brandon

& Janet Morrice

Mr. & Mrs. Potter

& Dona Morrow ’47

Ms. Emery Moses ’05 *

Dr. & Mrs. Donald

& Christine Neal

Mr. Robert Newman *

Ms. Nicky Newsome

Mr. & Mrs. Jason

& Laura O’Byrne ’86

Mr. William Olafson ’66

Ms. Karen Oraas *

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Margot Orcutt *

Mr. Robert Parker

Mr. John Parkinson ’83

& Dr. Nicky (Taylor)

Parkinson ’83 *

Mr. & Mrs. Greg

& Ann Patrick ’89

Mrs. Laurie Piazza

Mr. & Ms. Kevin

& Marilea Pirie

Mr. & Mrs. Donald

& Beverly Pollock **

Ms. Barbara Proulx-

Haesler

Ms. Anne Pybus

& Mr. Keith Brown

Drs. Leo Quon ’89

& Naomi Hwang

Mr. Rohit Raina

& Ms. Anita Misri

Ms. Linda Rajotte

& Mr. Bindon Kinghorn *

Mr. Eric Randall ’86

Ms. Donna Ray **

Mr. Gareth L. Rees ’85

& Ms. Denise Harris *

Ms. Jane Rees ’86

& Mr. Spencer Robinson

Drs. Stuart Robson

& Mariel Grant-Robson

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry

& Louise Rodgers

Ms. Virginia Ronning *

Mr. Andrew Sabiston ’82

& Ms. Stephanie Martin *

Prof. Ifor W. Samuel ’85

Mr. & Mrs. Donald

& Jeanette Sawyer *

Mr. & Mrs. Petr & Patty

Schmidt

Mr. & Mrs. Frank

& Dianne Schroeder

’43 **

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Joanne Sedgwick *

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan

& Laurie Selwood ’88

Dr. & Mrs. Andrew

& Michelle Singh

Dr. Greg Siren

& Ms. Judy Pryce *

Mrs. Margaret Skinner

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen

& Mary Smith *

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Jane Smith *

Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm

& Eleanor Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Ken

& Kathy Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Jeff

& Leslie Snarr **

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony

& Darlene Southwell **

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Randi Spentzos ’81

Mr. Richard Stephens

Mr. Nicholas Stipp ’99

Mr. & Mrs. Shawn

& Diana Strandberg **

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Lee Symons ’63 *

Mr. Kevin Sytsma

& Ms. Norma Graham

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard

& Florence Takoski

Ms. Trina Talarico ’89

Mr. & Mrs. Keith

& Kristine Tamburri

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne

& Leslie Thompson **

Mr. & Mrs. Giles

& Winnie Thorp ’63

Ms. Danielle Topliss ’91

Ms. Christine Tyson ’91

Mr. John Underhill ’81

& Ms. Sandra Williams

Ms. Lindy Van Alstine **

Ms. Michelle Vecqueray *

Mr. & Dr. Christoph

& Irmgard von Schack

Ms. Vivien Weston *

Ms. Deborah Williams

& Mr. Derek Fedoruk

Mr. Jim Williams

& Dr. Marilyn Bater

Ms. Dawn Wilson

Mr. Peter Wilt ’66

Mr. Dale Windrem ’62

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene

& Michelle Wong

Mr. & Mrs. Charles

& Shari Woodcock ’66

Drs. Scott Woodcock

& Anna Mason

Mr. Chul-Kwon Yang

& Mrs. Dong-Sun Kim *

Mr. & Mrs. Tim & Mary

Yaryan ’63

Mr. & Mrs. Cliff

& Pamela Yorath **

Mr. Warren Yu ’79

& Ms. Betty Tai

Mr. Derek Yule ’42 **

Mr. & Mrs. Nik

& Evelyn Zapantis *


List of Donors

American Friends

– VIVAT

($20,000+)

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Nancy Herpers ‘64

The Hon. Ambassador

& Mrs. Anthony & Susan

Quainton ‘46

American Friends

– BELL TOWER

($10,000-14,999)

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew

& Diana Weymar

American Friends

– CORNERSTONE

($5,000-9,999)

Dr. Timothy Beaumont

& Mrs. Kayoko

Miura-Beaumont

Mr. Richard

Worthington ‘66

American Friends

– Headmaster’s

Circle

($1,000-4,999)

Mr. & Mrs. James & Anne

Crumpacker ‘63

Mr. Jeremy Davis ‘64

Mr. Douglas Freeman ‘88

& Ms. Connie

Eggert-Freeman

Ms. Kate Jacobs ‘91

& Mr. Jonathan Bieley

Mr. & Mrs. David &

Gretchen Longridge ‘88

Mr. & Mrs. James

& Kay McClaskey ‘57 *

Mr. Philip McCune ‘83 **

Mr. & Mrs. Salim

& Parisa Ramji ‘88

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Nancy Thomas

Mr. R. Michael Throne ‘72

American Friends

– PATRONS

($500-999)

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Gretchen Barber ‘80 *

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Susan Collins ‘63

Mr. & Mrs. William

& Judy Sturgis *

Mr. & Mrs. Jason

& Kelly Whitley ‘83

American Friends

– FRIENDS

(up to $499)

ANONYMOUS (2)

Ms. Erin Cristall ‘95

Mr. Philip De Jauregui ‘67 *

Drs. Fiona Donald ‘82

& Colin Reed

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Maggie Drum ‘64 *

Mr. & Mrs. James

& Kathleen Duffus ‘81

Mr. Lynn Eves ‘58 *

Dr. & Mrs. Jacques

& Ursula Garrigues ‘67

Genentech – Matching

Gift Prog.

Mr. Colin Godfrey ‘57

Mr. & Mrs. Bob

& Lynne Hart ‘86

Dr. Marcus Kirk ‘96

& Ms. Siân Morgan

Dr. Tracy Laidley ‘84

& Mr. Richard Ames

Mr. Erik Larsen ‘99

Mr. Stuart Mork *

Mr. & Mrs. Jason

& Laura O’Byrne ‘86

Mr. & Mrs. Steve

& Martha Ramonas

Ms. Lindsey Larsen ‘00

Mr. Martin Seeger IV ‘66

Dr. Tamara Walker ‘89

& Mr. Steve Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin

& Shirley Yick ‘83

HERITAGE

WALL – BRICK

PURCHASERS

Ms. Nurul Abdullah

Mr. & Mrs. Xavier

& Bernadette Abrioux ‘76

Mr. Ahmed Alhashimi

& Mrs. Muna Darwish Ali

Ms. Alexandra Bayley

Mr. Mike Beaudoin

& Ms. Karin Binder

Mr. Somchai

Bencharongkul

Dr. Patrick Benloulou

Mr. & Mrs. Alex &

Konstantin Bettenhausen

Dr. Rodolfo Bianco

& Mrs. Marianne

Koerner-Bianco

Mr. Tim Bissett

Mr. & Mrs. Nigel

& Leslie Brooks

Mrs. Susan Brown

Mr. & Mrs. Bill

& Sharon Buckingham

Mr. Thomas Chamberlin

Drs. Chris Chart

& Birgit Vierheilig-Chart

Mr. Kingtow Che

& Ms. Lianchoo Toh

Mr. Bo Chen

& Mrs. Yuan-Hua Liang

Mr. & Mrs. Sin Ying

& Monita Chiu

Mr. Alan Choy

& Ms. Lai Yi Lee

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Susan Considine ‘70

Mr. Reagan Daly

Mr. & Mrs. Paul

& Maureen Davis

Drs. Charl De Wet

& Maria Lizette Lourens

Dr. & Mrs. James

& Sheree Dooner

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Heidi Edgar

Dr. & Mrs. Murray

& Helen Erasmus

Mr. & Dr. Bill

& Shelley Evans

Mr. Bruce Farquharson

& Ms. Gail Lastiwka

Ms. Linda Flath

Rev. & Mrs. Keven

& Jennifer Fletcher

Mr. & Mrs. Joe

& Cindy Fuailefau

Mr. Mathew Geddes ‘93

& Ms. Lindsay Brooke

Dr. & Mrs. David

& Maeve Glen

Mr. Zhizhong Gong

& Mrs. Anna Zhao

Dr. & Mrs. Guy

& Gillian Harvey

Mr. & Mrs. Paul

& Christine Henning

Ms. Sylvia Ho

Ms. Danna Hudock

Mr. Fu-Wah Hui

& Mrs. Esther Hui Yu

Mr. William Jevne

Mr. & Dr. Sims

& Grace Kho

Mr. Sungtae Kim

& Mrs. Kyunghee Oh

Dr. Minho Kim

& Mrs. Soonsuk Yun

Mr. & Mrs. Hoonsik

& Seounhee Kim

Mr. Florian Koenigs

Dr. Cindy Malinowski

Mr. & Mrs. Greg

& Debbie Marchand

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Pat Massy

Mr. Lockie McKinnon

& Mrs. Tana

Grant-McKinnon

Drs. Tom Mommsen

& Risa Smith

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Maria Mulroney

Mr. & Mrs. Trevor

& Glenys Patmore

Mr. & Mrs. Phairoch

& Yuwadee

Phaisaltantiwongs

Mr. Len Polsky &

Ms. Heather Sanderson

Mr. & Mrs. Stefan

& Karin Preis

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen

& Lily Purcell

Mr. & Mrs. Glen

& Kerrie Purdy

Ms. Sharon Schaan

Mr. John Sedley

& Mrs. Mary-Jo Morin

Mr. Daniel Sharp

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Jane Smith

Dr. Bong Hun Song

& Mrs. Eun Jung Choi

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Terry Stockus

Mr. Andy Sung

Mr. Geordie Trusler

& Ms. Kary Firstbrook

Dr. Jeng-Keng Tseng

& Mrs. Vivien Sun

Ms. Roslyn Van Der Wal

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Mieke Wizinsky

Mr. Chul-Kwon Yang

& Mrs. Dong-Sun Kim

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Current Parent Donors by Grade

Mr. & Mrs. Nik

& Evelyn Zapantis

Mr. Bao-You Zhang

& Ms. Lirong Zhao

KINDERGARTEN

ANONYMOUS (1)

Mr. & Mrs. Eliot

& Becky Anderson

Ms. Lynn Forbes

Mr. & Mrs. Dave

& Catherine Fracy

Ms. Ashleigh Gionet

Mr. Craig Johnston

& Ms. Bethany Wilson

Mr. Jatinder Singh

& Mrs. Meenu Kaur

Mr. & Dr. Eugen

& Alina Toaxen

Dr. Scott Woodcock

& Dr. Anna Mason

Dr. Adrian Yee

& Dr. Janet Mak

GRADE 1

ANONYMOUS (1)

Dr. Stephen Baker & Mrs.

Dionne Laslo-Baker

Mr. Rob Boeckh

& Ms. Marina Steele

Mr. & Mrs. Colin & Cindy

Brown ‘90

Mr. Robert Card ‘93

& Ms. Jessica Wing

Drs. William & Valorie

Cunningham ‘77

Dr. Richard Curry

& Mrs. Susanne Walker

Curry

Mr. Sean Duffey

& Dr. Sarah Teasdale

Mr. & Mrs. Steven

& Alison Galloway

Mr. Michael Hooton

& Ms. Moira Taylor

Mr. & Mrs. Jason

& Heidi Jacob

Dr. Leo Quon ‘89

& Dr. Naomi Hwang

Mr. Sasan Shariaty

& Mrs. Mona Mazgani

Mr. Richard Sulsbury

& Mrs. Olga Gomez

Mr. Kevin Sytsma

& Ms. Norma Graham

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew

& Diana Weymar

Mr. & Mrs. Doug

& Yennie Yuen

GRADE 2

Mr. & Mrs. Don

& Nancy Farkas

Mr. & Mrs. Dave

& Catherine Fracy

Mr. & Mrs. Campbell

& Suzy Hall

Mr. Eric Higgs

& Ms. Stephanie Cairns

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Teresa Liggett

Mr. Francis Mairet

& Dr. Karlina Breikss

Mr. Dan Matthews

& Mrs. Michele Stannard

Mr. & Mrs. Greg ‘91

& Gillian Miller ‘92

Mr. & Mrs. Luke

& Anne Mills

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Sylvia Murr

Mr. Tuan Linh Nguyen

& Mrs. Anh Phan

Mr. Kent Norris

& Ms. Liane Thomas ‘82

Mr. Rajan Pillay

& Ms. Shamini

Ramanujan

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan

& Laurie Selwood ‘88

Drs. John Shandro

& Amita Modi-Shandro

Dr. & Mrs. Andrew

& Michelle Singh

Mr. Jatinder Singh

& Mrs. Meenu Kaur

GRADE 3

Dr. Stephen Baker

& Mrs. Dionne Laslo-

Baker

Dr. & Mrs. Kirk

& Beth Bartlett

Drs. Nigel & Jenni Bass

Mrs. Kate Campbell

Mr. & Mrs. Brandon

& Alice Hawes

Mr. Brent Iverson

& Ms. Mia Maki

Mr. & Dr. Peter

& Suzie Leggatt

Ms. Christine Lintott

Dr. & Mrs. Mark

& Catherine Lupin

Mr. & Mrs. Petr

& Patty Schmidt

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Joanne Sedgwick

Drs. John Shandro

& Amita Modi-Shandro

Dr. & Mrs. Bao

& Angela Tang

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Sandra Turpin

Mr. & Mrs. Mike

& Maddie Woods

GRADE 4

ANONYMOUS (1)

Mr. & Mrs. Kyman

& Patricia Chan ‘85

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Susan Considine ‘70

Mr. & Mrs. Steven

& Alison Galloway

Mr. & Mrs. Campbell

& Suzy Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Darren

& Leanne Hart

Mr. & Mrs. Helmut

& Carolyn Hissen

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph

& Marina Jaffey

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Dariol Haydock

Mr. Robert Janes

& Mrs. Joanne Hounsell

Dr. Tao Lu

& Dr. Xiaodai Dong

Dr. & Mrs. Mark

& Catherine Lupin

Mr. & Mrs. Greg ‘91

& Gillian Miller ‘92

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Sylvia Murr

Mr. Kent Norris

& Ms. Liane Thomas ‘82

Marc & Belinda

Owen-Flood

Mr. Rohit Raina

& Ms. Anita Misri

Mr. & Mrs. Duncan

& Laurie Selwood ‘88

Participation Rates

for Each Grade

K

Gr. 1

Gr. 2

Gr. 3

Gr. 4

Gr. 5

Gr. 6

Gr. 7

Gr. 8

Gr. 9

Gr. 10

Gr. 11

Gr. 12

2009-10

100%

56%

73%

77%

71%

77%

68%

73%

27%

56%

48%

27%

32%

38%

39%

25%

20%

22%

33%

16%

23%

22%

25%

20%

23%

24%

2010-11


Current Parent Donors by Grade

GRADE 5

Drs. Nigel & Jenni Bass

Mr. Peter Bruynzeel

& Ms. Kristi Simpson

Mr. Michael Burrows

& Mrs. Shannon Drew

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Christie Gialloreto

Mr. & Mrs. Nelson ‘86

& Susan (Leach) Ko ‘86

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Margaret Lincoln

Mr. Dan Matthews

& Mrs. Michele Stannard

Mr. & Mrs. Shawn

& Diana Strandberg

Dr. Daniel Tse & Mrs.

Monica Lin-Tse

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew

& Diana Weymar

Mr. & Mrs. Doug

& Yennie Yuen

GRADE 6

Drs. Nigel & Jenni Bass

Mr. & Mrs. Denis

& Jannie Berntsen

Mr. & Mrs. Chris & Susan

Considine ‘70

Ms. Gillian Donald ‘85

& Mr. Steve Gilroy

Ms. Lynn Forbes

Mr. & Mrs. Darren

& Leanne Hart

Mr. & Mrs. Brandon

& Alice Hawes

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Dariol Haydock

Mr. & Mrs. Brett

& Michelle Jones ‘86

Ms. Laura Keziere

& Mr. Howard McElderry

Mr. & Mrs. Nelson ‘86

& Susan (Leach) Ko ‘86

Mr. & Dr. Peter

& Suzie Leggatt

Mr. & Mrs. Claude

& Denise Marchessault

Mr. & Mrs. Ian

& Nancy Mollenhauer

Mr. Rohit Raina

& Ms. Anita Misri

Drs. Stuart Robson

& Mariel Grant-Robson

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Schopper

& Ms. Elise Schopper-

Brigel

Mr. Jim Williams

& Dr. Marilyn Bater

Mr. Patrick Ye

& Mrs. Grace Wu

Mr. & Mrs. Richard

& Teresa Zwicky

GRADE 7

Mr. & Mrs. Joe

& Julie Ashton

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin

& Kathleen Cook

Dr. & Mrs. Peter

& Barbara Duncan

Mr. & Mrs. Don

& Nancy Farkas

Mr. & Mrs. Grant

& Christa Fenton

Dr. & Mrs. David

& Maeve Glen

Mr. Keith Hibbert

& Ms. Krista Schlosser

Mr. & Mrs. Bill

& Julie Keech

Drs. Steve Keeler

& Vanessa Young ‘84

Mr. Kent Norris

& Ms. Liane Thomas ‘82

Marc & Belinda Owen-

Flood Family Fund at the

Victoria Foundation

Mr. & Dr. John ‘83

& Nicky (Taylor)

Parkinson ‘83

Mrs. Laurie Piazza

Ms. Jane Rees ‘86

& Mr. Spencer Robinson

Mr. & Mrs. Shawn

& Diana Strandberg

GRADE 8

ANONYMOUS (1)

Mr. & Mrs. Denis

& Jannie Berntsen

Mr. & Mrs. Don

& Valerie Copeland

Mr. Yao Cui

& Mrs. Meiying Liu

Mr. David Edwards

Dr. Jason Gray & Mrs.

Patricia Macintyre-Gray

Mr. Michael Hooton

& Ms. Moira Taylor

Mr. & Mrs. Ian

& Lisa Hyde-Lay

Mr. In-Kweon Kim

Mr. Yong Ho Lee

& Mrs. Hyoung Won Hahn

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Teresa Liggett

Dr. & Mrs. Mark

& Catherine Lupin

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur

& Sandra Ann Makosinski

Mrs. Laurie Piazza

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Mary Pollen

Dr. Wolf-Dieter Schopper

& Ms. Elise Schopper-

Brigel

Mr. Stan Sipos

Dr. Daniel Tse

& Mrs. Monica Lin-Tse

GRADE 9

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald

& Michelle Baart

Dr. & Mrs. Kirk

& Beth Bartlett

Dr. Andrea Berardelli

& Mrs. Anne Levy

Mr. Jack Chan

Dr. Johann Cunningham

‘76 & Ms. Sonja Ruthe

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Theresa Dhillon

Mr. & Mrs. Grant

& Christa Fenton

Ms. Gail Gordon

Dr. John Jiang

& Ms. Caroline Xu

Drs. Steve Keeler

& Vanessa Young ‘84

Mr. Yong Ho Lee

& Mrs. Hyoung Won

Hahn

Mr. & Mrs. Michael

& Margaret Lincoln

Ms. Cheryl Murtland

Dr. & Mrs. Donald

& Christine Neal

Mr. Tuan Linh Nguyen

& Mrs. Anh Phan

Mr. & Ms. Kevin

& Marilea Pirie

Mr. & Dr. Tony

& Sikina Rossi

Mr. Yunxiang Sun

& Mrs. Mingxiao Cai

Mr. Jim Williams

& Dr. Marilyn Bater

GRADE 10

ANONYMOUS (1)

Mr. & Mrs. Joe

& Julie Ashton

Mr. Thomas Brown

& Dr. Jennifer Fraser

Mr. Ronald Carter

& Dr. Lara Lauzon

Mr. Alvin Chan

& Ms. Lina Yam

Drs. William & Valorie

Cunningham ‘77

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Alison Ducharme

Dr. & Mrs. Nicholas

& Ann Fenje

Dr. & Mrs. David

& Maeve Glen

Mr. & Mrs. Lee

& Caryn Green

Dr. & Mrs. Morgan

& Cathy Hall

Mr. Keith Hibbert

& Ms. Krista Schlosser

Ms. Laura Keziere

& Mr. Howard McElderry

Mr. & Mrs. Hoonsik

& Seounhee Kim

Mr. Zhongrong Lin

& Mrs. Qingling Wang

Mr. Fanliang Meng

& Mrs. Mingxia Zhang

Mr. & Mrs. Horst

& Armgard Merk

Mr. & Mrs. Ian

& Nancy Mollenhauer

Mr. & Mrs. Trevor

& Glenys Patmore

Mrs. Laurie Piazza

Mr. Rajan Pillay

& Ms. Shamini

Ramanujan

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Mary Pollen

Mr. David Ren

& Mrs. Jie Lu

Ms. Nancy Richards

& Mr. Ken Cluley

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Joanne Sedgwick

Mr. & Mrs. Keith

& Kristine Tamburri

Mr. & Mrs. Cliff

& Pamela Yorath

Mr. & Mrs. Paul

& Heather Clayton

GRADE 11

Dr. Timothy Beaumont

& Mrs. Kayoko Miura-

Beaumont

Dr. Andrea Berardelli

& Mrs. Anne Levy

Mr. & Mrs. Brian

& Ann Cameron ‘71

Mr. Owen Chen

& Mrs. Bonnie Xi

Mr. & Mrs. Xin

& Hua Chen

Mr. Edward Chwyl

& Mrs. Mary Rutherford-

Chwyl

Mr. & Mrs. Charlie

& Naomi Delisle

Mr. & Mrs. Chris

& Susan Considine ‘70

Mr. Manfred Doege

& Mrs. Michaela Loers

Mr. & Mrs. Kulwinder

& Amarjeet Dulku

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Lindy Ewonus

Mr. Paul Flanagan

& Ms. Cathy Dixon

Drs. Eric & Michele Fretz

Mr. Kun Gao

& Mrs. Chunli Yu

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Anita Gilmore

Mr. & Mrs. Ian

& Lisa Hyde-Lay

Mr. & Mrs. Bill

& Julie Keech

Mr. Claudius Liu

Mr. George Luo

& Mrs. Susan Xu

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nus

nus


Dr. Malcolm Maclure

& Ms. Patricia Lane

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Mary Pollen

Mr. David Ren

& Mrs. Jie Lu

Mr. Stan Sipos

Mr. & Mrs. Ron

& Lisa Solmer

Mr. & Mrs. Steven

& Joanne Turner

Mr. Jesse Yang

& Mrs. Cherry Wang

Mr. Wei Yang Zhang

Mr. Qing Chun Zhao

& Mrs. Yu Jie Feng

GRADE 12

ANONYMOUS (3)

Ms. Lori Adam

Mr. & Mrs. Dimiter

& Ekaterina Bainov

Mrs. Deborah Beban

Mr. & Mrs. David

& Diane Bryson

Mr. & Mrs. Henry

& Amy Chou

Dr. & Mrs. Peter

& Barbara Duncan

Mr. & Mrs. Don

& Nancy Farkas

Dr. & Mrs. David

& Maeve Glen

Mr. & Mrs. Tony

& Sharon Goodman

Dr. & Mrs. Morgan

& Cathy Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Harumi Hart

Mr. & Mrs. David

& April Haussmann

Professors Keishun

& Hiromi I

Ms. Janice Johnson

Mr. Amin Kassam

& Mrs. Nafisa Sharriff-

Kassam

Mr. & Mrs. Donald

& Gail Krusel

Dr. Frank Loomer

& Ms. Linda Graham

Dr. Anthony Mathews

& Mrs. Debra Bakowska

Mr. Timothy McGee

& Ms. Mary Mullens

Mr. Parker Moore

& Ms. Laurie Richards

Mr. & Mrs. Brandon

& Janet Morrice

Mr. Murray Olson

& Ms. Jeanette Schreyer

Mr. William Pike

& Ms. Jennifer Tedlie

Ms. Virginia Ronning

Mr. & Mrs. Bernd

& Erika Schweitzer

Mr. & Mrs. Mark

& Joanne Sedgwick

Mr. Anton Simor

Dr. Greg Siren

& Ms. Judy Pryce

Drs. Kenneth

& Gail Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm

& Eleanor Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Ron

& Lisa Solmer

Dr. Menno von Brucken

Fock & Mrs. Orly Moreau

Mr. & Mrs. Sheng-Li

& Li-Ping Wang


Staff and Alumni Donors

STAFF

ANONYMOUS (6)

Xavier Abrioux ’76

& Bernadette Abrioux

Dominic Albert

& Susan Vachon

Eileen Amirault

Eliot & Becky Anderson

Laura Authier

Gary Barber

Christopher Bateman ’94

& Jennifer Bateman

Steven Bates

Gregor Klenz & Sarah

Beeston ’89

Cathy Beglau & ‘Charlie’

James Booth

Heather Clayton

Anthony Cordle

Cam Culham

Richard Curry

& Susanne Walker Curry

Kirsten Davel

John Davies

Jim de Goede

Giséle Di Iorio

Gillian Donald ’85

Keith & Michelle Driscoll

Robert Ducharme

Nina Duffus

John Edgar

Keven Fletcher

George Floyd

Iain & Anna Forbes

Alison Galloway

Peter Gardiner

Mathew Geddes ’93

& Lindsay Brooke

Stephanie (Gill)

Geehan ‘95

Maria Gonçalves

Tony & Sharon Goodman

Campbell & Suzy Hall

Harumi Hart

Brandon Hawes

Dariol Haydock

Jake Humphries

Ian & Lisa Hyde-Lay

Myra Inglis

Michael & Monica

Jackson

Darlene Kakoske

David Kerr

Laura Keziere

Kent Leahy-Trill

Peter Leggatt

Crystal Lenarcic

Paul Leslie

Xiaowen Li

John Liggett

Graham Lilly

Margaret Lincoln

David Lynch ’98

Sophia Malczewska

Greg Marchand

Peter McLeod

Nancy Mollenhauer

Janet Morrice

Michael Murgatroyd

Cheryl Murtland

Robert Newman

Nicky Newsome

Karen Oraas

Doug Park

Laurie Piazza

Donald Pollock

Barbara Proulx-Haesler

Linda Rajotte

Donna Ray

Jane Rees ’86

Nancy Richards

Virginia Ronning

Jim Ross

Kath Roth

Susan Saunders

Margaret Skinner

Mary Smith

Jane Smith

Ken Smith

Leslie Snarr

Robert & Joan Snowden

Diana Strandberg

Toshie Thumm

Joan Tweedie

Lindy Van Alstine

Michelle Vecqueray

Vivien Weston

Jennifer White

Deborah Williams

Jim Williams

Donna Williams

Robert Wilson

Dawn Wilson

Louise Winter

Pamela Yorath

Evelyn Zapantis

ALUMNI DONORS

BY CLASS

1933

ANONYMOUS (1)

1937

ANONYMOUS (2)

1942

Alastair Gillespie

Brian Graves

Brian McLoughlin

Derek Yule

1943

Peter Fowler

Frank Schroeder

1946

Anthony Quainton

1947

Potter Morrow

1948

Rafael Melendez-Duke

1949

David Ballantyne

Ted Howard

Jim Prentice

1950

Hugh Burnett

Michael Ellis

Leslie Gilbert

1952

Cecil Branson

1957

James McClaskey

1958

Lynn Eves

Russell Fulton

1959

George Clark

James Smith

1960

Jim Rigos

1961

Terry Dial

Richard Hawkesworth

Tom Rigos

1962

David Angus

Dale Windrem

1963

Chris Collins

Robin MacLeod

Michael Symons

Giles Thorp

Tim Yaryan

1964

John Herpers

Hugh McGillivray

1966

Stephen Bett

Colin Dykes

William Olafson

James Wenman

Peter Wilt

Charles Woodcock

Richard Worthington

1967

Michael Code

Philip De Jauregui

1968

Anonymous (1)

Andrew Butters

Rod Couvelier

Robert Hurley

1970

Chris Considine

1971

Brian Cameron

1972

Anthony Souza

Cliff Sun

1973

Eric Heffernan

Tim Wiggins

1976

Xavier Abrioux

Johann Cunningham

William Hope

Michael Jawl

1977

David Cousins

William Cunningham

1978

Henry Frew

Clint Monrufet

1979

Warren Yu

1980

Marianne Anderson

Michael Barber

Christopher Travis

1981

Mark Ely

George Spentzos

John Underhill

1982

Liane Thomas

Andrew Sabiston

1983

Clifford Hall

Philip McCune

John & Nicky (Taylor)

Parkinson

Kelly (O’Sullivan) Whitley

Timothy Williams

1984

Nicholas Grant

Vanessa Young

1985

Blair Anderson

Kyman Chan

Gillian Donald

Ann Glazier-Rothwell

Gareth Rees

Ifor Samuel

Judith-Anne Swan

1986

Betsy Donald

Lynne (Chui) Hart

Stacey Jessiman

Brett Jones

Nelson & Susan (Leach)

Ko

Fraser Leversedge

Annemarie Middleton

Andrew Moore

Jason O’Byrne

Eric Randall

Jane Rees

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1987

Adrian Beeston

1988

Chris Boehringer

Craig Elder

Duncan Selwood

1989

Sarah Beeston

Lara Gaede

Greg Patrick

Leo Quon

Trina Talarico

1990

Rosemarie Alkoff-Drost

Sasha Angus

Colin Brown

Renee Dugan

Rory Forbes

Mark Longridge

1991

David Chmiel

Kate Jacobs

Greg Miller

Danielle Topliss

Christine Tyson

1992

Erica Kjekstad

Robert Wong

1993

Robert Card

Robin Forbes

Mathew Geddes

Barret Hatton

Jasie Leekha

Renton Leversedge

1994

David G. Angus

Christopher Bateman

Sam Millar

1995

Alexander Cameron

Erin Cristall

Stephanie (Gill) Geehan

Ryusuke Matsui

1996

Meredith Grey

Marcus Kirk

Steven Lobb

1998

Jennifer Angus

& Alec Johnston

David Lynch

1999

Nicholas Stipp

2000

Elizabeth Jawl

Claire Jones

Tadanori Kokubun

2002

Christopher Couvelier

David Jawl

2004

Benjamin Gudewill

Andrew van der

Westhuizen

2005

Evgeny Aleksandrov

Emery Moses

2006

Edward Gudewill

2007

Ajit Dhillon

2008

Himat Dhillon Singh

Michael van der

Westhuizen

Kathryn Wizinsky

2009

Brett Adam

Bhupinder Dulku

2010

Mark Wizinsky

2012

Liam Maclure

2015

Avnashi Singh

2017

Zachary Zwicky

SMUS Heritage

Society

Members

ANONYMOUS (4)

Ms. Elizabeth Best ‘87

Mr. Peter Bousfield ‘48

Mr. & Mrs. Cecil

& June Branson ‘52

Mr. & Mrs. Leo

& Tamara Caffaro ‘92

Mr. David Chmiel ‘91

Mr. Edward Chwyl & Mrs.

Mary Rutherford-Chwyl

Mr. Michael Code ‘67

Mr. & Mrs. John

& Cerris Davies

Mr. Jeremy Davis ‘64

Dr. & Mrs. Peter

& Barbara Duncan

Mr. Nicholas

Etheridge ‘61

Drs. Eric & Michele Fretz

Mr. Brian Graves ‘42

Mr. Richard

Hawkesworth ‘61

Mr. Lewis Hughes ‘38

Mr. & Mrs. Robert

& Karen Kelley ‘65

Mr. Robin MacLeod

& Ms. Sylvia Calder ‘63

Mr. Philip McCune ‘83

Mr. & Mrs. Potter

& Dona Morrow ‘47

Mr. Robert Murphy

Mr. Frederick Murray

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas

& Sue Rigos ‘61

Mr. Charles Roberts ‘40

Mr. & Mrs. George

& Randi Spentzos ‘81

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher

& Alex Spicer ‘70

Mr. Michael Walsh

FOUNDATIONS

American Friends of

SMUS (US)

F.R.I.S.B.E. (US)

Charities Aid Foundation

(UK)

Jack & Anne Mollenhauer

Family Foundation at

the Toronto Community

Foundation

Marc & Belinda Owen-

Flood Family Fund at the

Victoria Foundation

Nelson Arthur Hyland

Foundation

Quail Rock Foundation

The Salsbury Foundation

Timkin-Sturgis

Foundation (US)

Classes with

double-digit

participation

rates

CLASS %

1942 57%

1937 40%

1949 27%

1943 22%

1950 19%

1963 18%

1946 13%

1966 11%

1986 11%

1976 11%

1968 11%

1959 11%

1962 10%

1948 10%

1972 10%

1973 10%

Classes with

$10,000+

dollars

raised

CLASS $

1964 65,975

1942 55,050

1949 51,684

1972 50,000

1991 34,286

1961 31,000

1971 26,945

1962 21,152

1982 20,300

1976 12,600

1985 12,411

1973 10,100

1970 10,000

Staff Donations by Group

Group # in Group #Given % $

Admin 106 37 34.9 20,824

Faculty 77 42 54.5 12,083

Grand

Total 183 79 43.2 32,907


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