Gilbert Lewis

Local youth

Youth want skate park expansion

About 16 years ago, a group of youth went to the town council and told them they wanted a place to ride their skateboards.

Local youth
LCSS students switching off in a good old fashion game of softball. This was the seniors versus the juniors game.

Fun in the sun at LCSS

The day, known as Rec Day, is an annual event that gives students from Grades 6-12 a chance to let loose and have some fun!

LCSS students switching off in a good old fashion game of softball. This was the seniors versus the juniors game.
Bailey Callihoo presents his historical fair project Building North America: The American Revolution and the British North America.

A blast through the past at LCSS

The fair happens twice a year at LCSS, first at the end of the fall semester, and the end of the spring semester.

Bailey Callihoo presents his historical fair project Building North America: The American Revolution and the British North America.

Talk about success at Hector McIntosh Public Speaking competition

LCSS students participated in the district finals of the Hector McIntosh Public Speaking competition

Lauren Frost holding her essay that won Lake Cowichan Secondary School $25

Lauren Frost wins $25,000 for technology at LCSS

Lake Cowichan Secondary School found out that they won $25,000 for a new computer lab
all because of Lauren Frost's essay.

Lauren Frost holding her essay that won Lake Cowichan Secondary School $25
Jennifer Thompson filling out her last of many scholarship applications.

Grade 12’s big relief in sight

Soon to be graduates of Lake Cowichan Secondary School have finished preparing for their graduation.

Jennifer Thompson filling out her last of many scholarship applications.
Teresa Melchior and Kelly Dougan — logged in 1

10,000 minutes for the love of reading

For The Love of Reading month is over for the Lake Cowichan Middle School
students.

Teresa Melchior and Kelly Dougan — logged in 1