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Our School
Senior School


With course options and co-curricular opportunities in band, choir, theatre, and visual art our Senior Arts program affords our students a host of professional experiences, through public presentations, involvement in workshops and master classes, or participation in competitions and festivals. 
Our Arts faculty consists of specialists in their respective fields and includes many teachers who have professional experience in the industry, ensuring our students experience high-caliber training as preparation for a career in the arts, or as a foundation for a lifelong exploration of their creativity.

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  • Band

    Owing to the strong musical foundation our students receive at the Junior and Middle School levels, our award-winning Senior Concert Band remains one of our most popular electives. All Grade 9 to 12 students may join the Senior Concert Band, provided they have previous experience on a brass, woodwind, or percussion instrument.
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  • Visual Art

    Our students arrive in Senior-level visual art classes with a sound understanding of artistic techniques (painting, sketching, sculpting) and visual theory (line, colour, space).
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  • Theatre

    If the world is a stage, GNS theatre students are in the spotlight! From heart-wrenching dramas, larger-than-life comedies, and whimsical musicals, our co-curricular theatre program challenges students to present full-length productions to a paying audience.
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  • Choir

    The Senior concert choir has been a celebrated group at the school for decades. Attracting students in Grades 9 to 12, the choir performs challenging pieces from an extensive repertoire, which includes classical, contemporary, Broadway, pop, and folk choral music.
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Glenlyon Norfolk School

Junior School (JK to Grade 5)

Middle (Grade 6 to 8) and Senior (Grade 9 to 12) Schools

We wish to acknowledge and respect the Lekwungen-Speaking Peoples on whose traditional territory we stand, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and Wsáneć Peoples whose historical relationships with the land, where we live, work, play and learn, continue to this day.