Great article in the Times-Colonist about the plan to add new artificial fields at Spectrum. https://www.timescolonist.com/sports/fields-of-dreams-proposed-for-spectrum-school-grounds-1.24245759 More Info at http://starproject.ca
The Spectrum Alumni Association is proud to announce the creation of the Brian Whitmore Memorial Scholarship. DONATING ONLINEThe Spectrum Community School Alumni Association has chosen to utilize the non-profit status … Continue reading The Brian Whitmore Memorial Scholarship
by Rick Underwood. It is with profound and unrelenting sadness that I have to announce the passing of one of my dearest and longest friends, Brian Whitmore. Brian passed away … Continue reading In Passing: Brian Whitmore
On behalf of the Spectrum Alumni Association,congratulations on making it to the end of 13 years of schooling! Here are some words of support from some of Spectrum’s Distinguished Alumni … Continue reading Graduation 2020
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO CORONA VIRUS we hope to reschedule it to the fall 2020 You’re invited to join us in honouring four of Spectrum’s most accomplished alumni in an … Continue reading Spectrum/Mount View Distinguished Alumni Event – May 8
Before there was Spectrum Community School, there was Mt. View High School on Carey Road. We are excited to have the alumni of Mt. View join us on this site. … Continue reading Donation from the Mt. View Class of ’69!
Find out more about this amazing event here or on Eventbrite!
For the last year, Spectrum Community School has been engaged with municipal and provincial stakeholders in the hopes of pursuing a pop-up ice-rink and turf-fields on our school’s grounds. On … Continue reading Spectrum Turf And Rink (STAR) Committee
https://spectrumalumni.com/origins-of-the-magical-mystery-tour/ Do you remember Spectrum’s Magical Mystery Tours? Let us know with a comment!
Congratulations to Former Spectrum Principal Rob House for his outstanding involvement with last falls Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock! In recognition of this feat, the alumni board have had … Continue reading Former Principal Rob House recognized