Bond International College
January 16th, 2015

Bond Academy had its two annual Holiday Concerts on Thursday December 11th, 2014. All classes from Montessori to grade eight participated. The students performed a variety of challenging vocal and instrumental pieces. It was certainly a night to remember. The entire staff at Bond Academy was incredibly proud of the effort that all students put forward in creating such wonderful performances.
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  Bond Students Helped "Share Christmas Program"
  Once again Bond Academy was involved in the support of families in the community who are in need. With our support, we were able to make life a little easier for these families who all live below the poverty line. Many thanks go out to our students, parents and staff who were able to provide a little help to make it through the winter as these families struggle on a daily basis to survive.
  Bond “BasketBrawl” for Christmas Cheer
  As school was coming to close for the Christmas holidays, one of the most important events changed our school into a “smack-talk” zone with the high school students pitted against the teachers in an epic battle. A simple, student versus teacher, charity basketball for the Christmas Cheer Project turned into a vicious battle of shattered dreams and lifelong memories.
  Bond Students Gathered Toys for Sick Kids
  On November 1st 2014, Bond Academy joined hundreds of other organizations in an effort to make this Christmas brighter for many children. Each year, through the generosity of our families, we gather toys for the children who will wake up Christmas morning in Sick Children’s Hospital. Our friendly Toronto Firefighters came to Bond in their "sleigh" van on Tuesday, December 9th to collect our donations.
  Bond Volunteers Deserving of A Thank You Letter
  On December 19th, students from Bond International College joined in a project to assemble nutritious Christmas food boxes for families in need as volunteers at Ellesmere Community Center. At this Christmas Cheer event founded by Scarborough Centre Councillor Michael Thompson and entrepreneur Vince Gasparro, Bond students did an excellent job and received a thank you letter from the organizers for their contributions to needy families.
  Bond Choirs Bring Joy to Retirement Homes
  On December 16th and 17th members of Bond Academy’s Junior Choir and Show Choir visited three retirement homes in the Scarborough area to sing Christmas songs to the residents. Both choirs encouraged the audience to join them as they sang and to accompany them with percussion instruments. The teachers involved were extremely proud of the way the students conducted themselves.
  Bond International Students Enjoyed Christmas
  Bond International College organized a fantastic Christmas party at the Bond residence for students. Delicous food and beverages were prepared for the party. Our Principal and Vice-Principal, Mr. Faber and Dr. Ge, made an inspiring speech before the dinner. They wished students a great night and a bright and successful future. Everyone had a great time and enjoyed the lucky draws and Karaoke at the party.
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Bond Education Group is one of the largest private education institutions in Canada, comprised of Bond International College, Bond Academy, Bond Centre for Leadership & Management Development, Bond Schools International, Bond Language Centre and New Skills College of Health, Business and Technology, which is providing Montessori program, primary and secondary education programs, pre-university programs, career-oriented education and professional training.