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Barbara Goodwin Zeibots -Headmistress SAYING GOOD-BYE TO SHELDRAKE ..... . . . . . . not an easy task! When the last stick of furniture is put on the moving van there will be many tears shed. We will remember all the wonderful students, teachers and countless special events. 65 Sheldrake is where The York School grew and developed into one of the leading independent schools in Canada. We will never forget our roots, these high ceilings and cluttered halls which gave us our beginnings. We won't leave that culture and spirit behind. It will travel with us, in and around those sticks of furniture, to be unloaded with the boxes and computers at our new home. We need to move. Our new building at 1320 Yonge Street is perfect for us to carry on our spirit and culture. The bright new classrooms and corridors, and the specially designed areas for art, music and technology will be a welcomed and much needed improvement to meet our curriculum needs. Our well-known reputation as a school that makes use of all community resources will be enhanced by our midtown location. Enjoy this yearbook, carefully compiled by our staff members: David Kupec, Ora Chandler, and Susan Mason, with assistance from Samantha Thompson, Chris Rynn, Brittany Nelson and Rachel Koziebrocki. Forty years on we will remember 65 Sheldrake through the pages of Perspective '98 and those that were published before it.


Marilyn Andrews - Vice Principal Remember last year's Perspective '97 ... I reminisced about the "olden days", about having brown hair instead of white and about the fact that the only missing link in the life of the York School was a building of our own. Within two weeks of the delivery of the yearbooks last June, we became the very proud (and somewhat shell-shocked) owners of 1320 Yonge Street, the new home of The York School. The support of our parents through the capital loan deposit programme was truly remarkable -you really do care- and we are delighted with the offers of assistance around the actual move. For those of us who administer your school on a day-to-day basis, remarkably painless ... there has never been, nor will there ever be a dull moment at the York School! Barbara and I could not, quite literally, have survived the summer and the fall without the constantly soothing noises made by Susan Paul, Chair of our Board and her cohorts, Larry Morassutti (Head of our Property Search Committee) and Sam Incardona, who oversees the ongoing construction/renovations for our Board. All three of them appear to have abdicated their day jobs to become full-time volunteers at York and were so efficient and seemingly relaxed about all of the issues involving 1320 that we were free to concentrate on running the school for your kids! And ... that's what it's really all about!


MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADUATES


Robbie Battista I have been at The York School since I was 2 and a half years old. That means that I have been here for 11 and a half years! !! I have enjoyed every minute of it.

Colin Fleming To all the teachers and my friend~ at York--- you've been great for :2 long years . Now I am gone, tc another school. Thank you Yor~ and good-bye .

Andrea Bernstein Hi! I'm Andrea. I've only been at York for less than one year. York is a good school. I'll miss all of my friends.

Simon Golden I'm Simon. I have very interestins memories including "The Bet", Rage and sipping my soup daily. I apologize to Mr. Burrows and oth路 ers for the window breaking incident. Bye bye York, until next year.

Azra Dhalla I've been at York for two years and am coming back for more. The IB might be hard, but there's nothing I can 't handle! In the time I've been at York I've made many good friends and memories to cherish. I enjoyed the teams I was on: basketball, baseball, badminton and I like coaching JIL. Thanks York for all the great times!

Laura Goldstein I have been at York for two long years The first day I came I had many fears But I have made lots of friends And had some fun I love to participate in gym!

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Lesley Goldstein This was my thrid but not final year at York. I love all of the friends I've made and the memories I've shared with them. I enjoyed badminton , Quebec and skiing, basketball and JIL. The work was really hard, but I got through it.

Melissa Senders I have been at York for two long years. I have made some great friends. I learned more in my last two years at York than I did in any other school I've been to. I like to swim and shop, but I hate exams. Thank you for the memories . See you next year!

Jared Greenspan These 8 years at York have whipped right by And at the end , I'll try not to cry. In these years many friends I have met Memeories also, such as The Bet. There were many great teachers, especially Ginis But now my time at York is finished.

Jason Simon I have been at York since grade 7. I have made many friends and memories at York such as The Bet, Rage! and soup in a thermos . maybe I'll be back next year, maybe not. If not, Bye York.

Jonathan Kahan

Benjamin Thorek I am Benjamin Thorek . From "Walking in Memphis" and making sports teams, to wink to The Bet, York school I will never forget. From the people I've met to the friends I've made , eight years at York I will never forget.

Jenna Laskin I've been at York for 4 years. From grade 5-8. I've made some amazing friends and have lots of memoreis. I'll never forget studying for exams and all the hard work I did.

Laura Timko My past eight years have been a blast. But don't worry, they're not my last. I've made many new friends And loved the sports. See you next year. Right now, bye York!

Jonathan Mirsky I have been at York for two years. I enjoyed every minute at York. What I really remembered was all the work. I hope to see you next year! Thank you Mr. Mercer and Ms. Charron.

Hans Zimnoch What can I say about my time at York? I was on the first volleyball team with Mr . Gin is, I made some great friends , I learned a Jot and the teachers were terrific . I leave you with these words : Rage against the Machine , and Cantona is God . TTFN!

Ori Rubin Two long years I have spent here, And over loads of homework, shed many a tear. Art, English and gym were fun. but as for Math, Band and French, I'd rather sit in the sun . I was on three teams, and got good marks and bad When I leave York, I won 't be that sad . Seeyou at the high school.

Shawna Brand Absent for picture I have been at York for a very long half a year. I have learned a Jot, and I will not be back next year.

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Eric Addleman I have been at York for two years and going on for a third. I really enjoy York and especially the basketball team. I enjoy the extracurricular activities and I would just like to say thanks.

Kate Fink This is my second year as a Yor student. In the past two years have made many friends wi t whom I share many memories. like tennis, baseball, Eli Fogle an Florida.

Ali Akbarali Hi! I'm Ali Akbarali. This is my first year at York . I am American. U.S. rules!

Lauren Gibson This is my first year at York . Th work is hard, the days are long an the teachers .. . are well, teacher: But I've made a lot of new frienc and got through and it's been grea See ya next year! P.S . that's a ba picture of me.

Ben Cadesky My name is Ben Cadesky. This is my second year at York! I like Jerry Rice. I am staying for Grade 9

Lori Goldberg This is my second year at York. has been great. I have had a gre< time this year and I hope to se everybody next year.


Rebecca Haber I've been at York for five years; grade four

to eight. All the friends I've made have been great. I've played basketball, badminton and softball too, Taken trips to New York, Ottawa and even the zoo. Serving pizza and helping at Sunnbrook both took hard work. But the Quebec trip and going out to lunch are our little perks. Teachers have all been supportive and kind Although sometimes they drive me out of my mind. Thanks York for five years of fun, But my learning here is just about done.

Peter Newbould Hi! I've been at York for three years . Since then I've played basI ketball every year and made good friends . Bye York! P .S . I just have to say Peeeeeetoooooor.

Avery Haviv I have really enjoyed my time at York. It can be a lot of hard work but I have pulled through! Soccer and basketball have been fun. Although we will be leaving Sheldrake for the last time this June, we will always have great memories of our times here. We have learned and laughed a lot together. Our experiences will be with us always. Experientia docet!

James Isenberg This was my first year at The York School. It was a real change from my old school, but I soon met new people and made new friends . I found the teachers here much harder than at my old school.

David Richardson I have been at York for 8 years and it has been good at times and horrible at times. I have played on many sports teams that haven 't done so well. I will have many memories .

Emily Sharp Name: Emily Jane Sharp Years at York: 3 Favourite colour: Yellow Favourite TV show: Dawson 's Creek Favourite Movie: Good Will Hunting Favourite sport: Skiing Cutest dog: Likrish Thanks for lots of memories.

Sabrina Lantos Name. Sabrina Lantos Nicnames路 Brini, Beeners, Beens Pet peeves: when people call me Sab Favourite colour路 yellow (I'm a true McCiunger) Favourite saying . "Da bomb" Most likely to become an historian working at McDonald 's Favourite shows Beverley Hills 90210, Party of 5, Dharma and Greg Years at York . 8 long ones Baby! Favourite movies. Uttle Mermaid, Legends of the Fall, The Full Monty Thanks for 8 interesting years Yo rk!

Marine Mandel Even though I have been at York for only one year I have received many memories, from lunch outs to going to Quebec in February. These memories will be treasured forever.

Jesse Markowitz Hi! My name is Jesse. I don't love York but I don 't hate it either. I think even the adults can admit that sometimes they are a little unfair. This is my second year at York. I'm not going to say what I'm going to miss because I'm coming back next year. So . . . . goodbye for the summer York!

Jacob Stoffman This is my first year at York and I would like to go home .

Andrew Voiles Hi! My name is Andrew. This is my second year at York. I like cheese and cows and succulence(?) . Have a nice day.

Grade BM Graduates


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Joshua Glied-Beliak Carter Grieve Max Gubert Aleksa Hartog

Natalia Hartog Hannah Hersh Duff Isberg Lyndsay Lyons

Nathan Ostafichuk Olivia Parry Kathryn Rumaya Madison Saville

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Brandon Linds Erik Long Simona Martella Robbie Mingay

Claudia Onorati Isabelle Ouellette Callum Owen Emily Peckham

Sara Jane Rogers Spencer Sample Alys Shee Brydne Slattery

Zachary Stern Jacelyn Tu lain Van Graham Vehovec

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GRADE ONE Christopher Bass Vanessa Battista Marlee Blumenthal Rebecca Bassin

Lindsay Czitron Daniel Farewell Jennifer Feather Connor Fitzpatrick

Katherine Irwin Connor Jerred Jaclyn Kanitz David Laciak

Jeremy Pearl Nicholas Shaw Allison Soong Jessie Stewart

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GRADE ONE

0 Kimberley Hamilton Geoffrey Handley Harry Hanson Peter Hass

Lucie Pivnick Madeleine Sugar Darrien Tu Hayley Bates

Alexandra Bruce Reid Buchanan Alessandro Delzotto David Lewis

Alicia Owen Lindsay Stransman Eric Vehovec

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GRADE TWO

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Cameron Bates Darcy Bayliss Jaclyn Ederman Lily Enchin

Sally Engelhart Scott Fletcher Andrew Friedenthal James Harquail

Clare Karasik Benjamin Kates Tara Lengyel Geneva Long

Trevor Matthews Lennex Szeto Samantha Tan Zachary Watson

Genevieve Westrope

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GRADE THREE Danielle Aronovitch Jordan Bacon Taryn Beber Gareth Cecil-Cockwell

Michela Comparey Lauren Damp Christopher Dimatteo Megan Finley

Molly Friedman Elisabeth Hass Andrew Irwin Avra Kates

Eve Kordyback Kristen Laciak Robert Lee Thomas Lee

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Cameron Lilly Joseph Lyons Natania Marcus Harrison Notkin

Jessica Parry William Peckham Mary Ratcliffe Daniel Szirmak

Andrew T ai-Pow Addison T eng Duncan Thompson


GRADE FOUR Christopher Barber Alexander Bates Taylor Bibbo Roanne Bossin

Darren Brand Malcolm Cecil-Cockwell Luke Engelhart Daniel Frarikel

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David Goldberg Jake Goldsbie Connor Gregg Astrid Gutierrez

Sofia Harquail Shelley Kanitz Max Laskin Sarah Lengyel

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Shannon Matthews Caleigh Mingay Daniel Myran Alix Robinson

Chandler Rumble Cory Shee Michael Soong George Squire

Emily Strauss Michelle Swiatek Dillon Thring

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GRADE FIVE Amelia Bishop Lindsay Brand Max Bruce Chase Cohl

Katie Engelhart Michael Finley Mac Gould Carrie Guss

Thomas Gutierrez Sarah Hull Ryan Kauder Daniel Kert

Jennifer Liswood Bryan Logan Sammy Lyons Aaron Myran

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Andrea Nesbitt Tara 0 'Connell Carlo Onorati Cassandra Robertson

Jansen Shrubb Billy Singleton Alexander Somjen Caitlin Tam

Zachary Taylor Steven Thompson Julia Webster


GRADE SIX Cicely Arthur Evan Barnett Samuel Chown Ryan Clayton

Liam Cohl Thomas Dovey Carey Ederman Zoe Fallis

Zachary Fleming Jeffrey Gray Allanah Gregg

Matthew Greyson Daniel Jamieson Jacqueline Kerbel

Margot Killoran Justin Letofsky Daniel Levine

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Andrea Lewis Adam Louis Finlay McEwan William Mulock

Richard Nesbitt Julian Olsson Joanna Orenbac David Ozersky

Michael Richardson Dean Simonsky Christopher Simpson Theodore Soong


GRADE SEVEN D Mal)lanne Ast Katie Barber Alan Breuer Abby Cranley Christina Dong

Elisabeth Flynn Michael Frankel Jenna Greenspan Scott Hall Andrew Keith

Hart Lambert Joey Mingail

Bart Mothersill Jacqueline Porter Jonathan Rosen Elysse Schlein Lauren Shrubb

Daniel Steiner Tanya Tay Nathan Tolkin Andrew Webster Russell Yolles


GRADE SEVEN Blair Aronovitch David Borsook Carlie Brand Emma Clayton

Jesse Guss Susan Heath Andrew Hellin Sydney Kert

Lindsay Kincaide Diana Kyung James Larratt-Smith Adam Mandell

Deborah Perkins-Leitman Keefer Pitfield Anna Rupert Charlie Stratton

Mischa Thesberg Jeffrey Thompson Kendell Triolo Jessica Whitehead


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Sam Ghrai Teymour Graham Rory Gunderson Adam Humphrey

Jessica Kaplan Matthew Kaplan

Robert Kleinman Adrian Lo Kara McNeil Laurence Payne

Mark Rupert Rory Stavro-Pearce Sarah Watson Jason White


Grade 9 begins at . . .

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GRADE TEN David Beldam Adrian Bloy Adil Dhalla Kiki Dube

Ira Glasner Eric Goldberg Lisa Gutierrez Anthony Incardona

Kathryn Lenard Britanny Nelson Erik Olsson David Saxe

Steven Shienfield Caleb Tarshis Samantha Thompson Angus Winograd


Grade Eleven

Jeffrey Crawford Andrew Epstein Benjamin Freedman Nicolaas Holland

On Top

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At the end of July, 1997, the Director General Dr. Roger Peel sent his congratulations and welcomed The York School into the International Baccalaureate Organisation. We are able to offer the IB Diploma programme beginning in September, 1998. This is a highly respecated, pre-university curriculum. It is a two-year programme and will be integrated with Ontario's requirements for secondary school graduation. York's students will have the opportunity to gain superior credentials, allowing them wider access to post-secondary education. As one of the 14 Ontario schools and more than 600 worldwide, The York School is proud to be recognized as a member of the international community whose goal is excellence in education.

Mrs. Lister I.B. Co-ordinator


Service Learning at The York School Serve Your City Day volunteer project Environmental monitors for recycling and composting Running activities at the Hard Hat Party Volunteering at Sunnybrook Hospital with the veterans Investing time to help others Committees to organize special student events Everyone from grades 7 to 11

Lunch sales to raise money for the students of York Executives of Houses organizing and running United Way Week Art projects with the younger students at Spring Fair Running to raise money for the Terry Fox Foundation New learning experiences Individual students volunteering at churches, synagogues, and community centres New friendships Growing as individuals who are committed to serving their com.-nu~ity


Lower and Middle School Staff

Alison Lumsden

Mary Ann Van Tassell

Barbara Galbraith

Anne Bolan-Bell

Sheila Royce

Patricia Jerred

Rachael Whitworth

Lara Bafaro-Thorogood

Nicole Arena

Patricia Anne Crossin Science and Computers

Akky Mansikka Special Education

Melissa Freedman


Dianne Dowman

Alison Roy

Annette Spillane

Susan Charron

Bha Mittal

Bart Snow • Visual Arts Specialist

Johanna Terry· Visual Arts Specialist

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Margaret Bird - Phys. Ed.

Patrick Burrows · Phys. Ed.

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Nancy Bunyard

Alison Sutherland

Susan Mason

Ora Chandler

Jane Bishop

Upper School

David Hamilton

Bruce LePage

Jacqueline Jesser (recent staff addition)


Casa Teachers

Marie Barnden

Sophie Doig

Merle Kienle

Derek Simunovic

Mary Teolis

Wilma Joy Veenstra

Elsie Webster

Rachael Whitworth

Administrative Staff

Marjorie Willoughby

Christine Appadurai

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Karen Morgan

Support Staff

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Lower School Visual Arts (Grades 1-6)

Darcy Bayliss. Starwars Chess. 1998. Model magic, wood, acrylic paints, gloss.

Steve Thompson. "Summerstorm - Group of Seven Study" . 1997. Water colours on paper.

Grade four Student Rendering. ShawabtiSculpture. 1997. Model magic and gold paint.

Grade One Student work. Untitled 1. 1997. Model magic and acrylic paints.


Richard Nesbitt. Minotaur Raven . 1998. Model Magic and acrylic paints. -

Adam Louis. Mosaic Tile. 1997. Tiles, acrylic paints, gloss , plaster.

Andrew Irwin. "Fourteen Sunflowers - Van Gogh Study". 1998. Oil pastels on paper.

Various Grade Five Works (Andrea Nesbitt, Chase Cohl). Spirit Animal Drawings. 1998. Coloured pencils on paper.


Julia Webster. "Spirit Animal". 1998. Mixed media. Cicely Arthur. "/Will Saue You!" 1997. Mixed medi

Middle School Visual Arts - Grade Seven

Lindsay Kincaide. Kaleidoscope Design. 1997. Coloured pencils on paper.

Liz Flynn. Clay Bust. 1998. Clay and wood base.


Grade Eight Visual Arts

Various student works . Dreamcatchers. 1998. Hoops, twine, feathers, beads, waxed twine .

David Richardson. 2 Point Perspective Study. 1997. Pencil on Paper.

Sabrina Lantos. Emily Carr Rendering. 1998. Chalk pastels on paper.

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Lori Goldberg. One Point Perspective Study. 1997. Pencil on Paper.

Various student works. Emily Carr Renderings. 1998. Chalk pastels on paper.


Upper School Visual Arts

Christopher Flynn. Self Protrait. 1998. Pencil on Paper.

Steven Shienfield. Line #16. 1998. Ink on paper.

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Tim Graham . My Mind. 1998. Acrylic paints on canvas

Sara Watson . Memory of the House on the Hill. 1998. Acrylic paints on canvas.


Daniel Zacks. Still Life Study. 1998. Chalk pastel on paper.

Adil Dhalla. Landscape Rendering. 1998. Ink on paper.

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Rory Gunderson. Untitled. 1998. Silk screen print.

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Music at York

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York School Orff instrumentalists

Middle and Upper School Music

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A pianist creating the sounds of joy!

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THE FIRST SETTLERS When the first settlers from Europe arrived in the new land, first they looked for the land they owned because they could not just pick any piece of land. Next they had to clear their land, because they could not build their cabin until they cleared some trees. Then they built their cabin because they did not want to freeze in the winter. Finally they built a bigger house and gave the cabin to their animals. Most important of all was to keep the fire going because it gave them heat and light, and they cooked their food on it.

By Lennox Szeto Grade 2

Spider legs, zombies' eyes, Hocus-pocus, soon you will die. Cat's liver, fishes' brains, Watch out! Your head I'll drain. Shiver and shake, soon you will break And I'll clean you up, With a rake!

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Where the wind blows Everything goes. Where the river flows, That's where I live. And who knows Where the wind blows?

by Chandler Rumble

Up in the mountains Far above the valley Where the wind blows I pray silently For peace in my village, Up in the mountains. by Max Laskin

10~ Down the river Nile, where the Spikey trees grew, Rain fell hard. From the dark clouds above. Then the sky cleared and the river rose high. Down the river Nile. by Michelle Swiatek

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Soccer - Under 1 0 BACK ROW: Cameron Lilly, Darren Brand, Donny Szirmak, Addison Teng , Cory Shee, Max Laskin, David Goldberg. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs . Lumsden , Luke Engelhart, Daniel Frankel, Mary Ratcliffe, William Peckham, Andrew Irwin, Michael Soong, Elisabeth Hass, Mrs. Bell. FRONT ROW: Jake Goldsbie, Michela Comparey, Andrew Tai-Pow, Jessica Parry, Lauren Damp, Daniel Myran .

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Soccer- Under 12 BACK ROW: Steven Thompson, Bryan Logan, Michael Frankel, Mme . Visnovec, Billy Singleton, Thomas Gutierrez , Alexander Somjen . FRONT ROW : Carlo Onorati, Mac Gould, Aaron Myran, Julia Webster, Zachary Taylor


Basketball Under 12 BACK ROW: Max Bruce, Christâ&#x20AC;˘ pherSimpson, Mr. Burrows, Can Ederman, Russell Voiles. FRONT ROW : Zachary Flemin! Daniel Levine, Jansen Shrub! Thomas Gutierrez , Michac Richardson.

Basketball Under 14 BACK ROW: Ben Cadesky, David Richardson, Benjamin Thorek, Hans Zimnoch, Mr. Hamilton. FRONT ROW Jonathan Kahan, Eric Addleman, Jared Greenspan, Jacob Stoffman , Rob Battista .

BasketballUnder 16 BACK ROW: Mr . LePage, Nicolaas Holland, Steven Shienfield, David Saxe, Adil Dhalla, Ira Glasner, Jeffrey Crawford FRONT ROW: Anthony lncardona, Michael Choptiany, Aubrey Dorfman, Benjamin Freedman, Adrian Lo, Laurence Payne.


Basketball -Under 14 BACK ROW: Lori Goldberg, Kate Fink, Mr. Hamilton , Rebecca Haber, Jenna Laskin . FRONT ROW: Abby Cranley, Laura Timko, Jenna Greenspan, Lesley Goldstein, Azra Dhalla.

Volleyball- Under 14 BACK ROW: Hans Zimnoch, Peter Newbould, Benjamin Thorek, Laura Timko, Azra Dhalla, David Richardson, Simon Golden, Mr. Burrows. FRONT ROW: Jared Greenspan, Keefer Pitfield, James Larratt-Smith , Zachary Fleming, Andrew Keith, Jonathan Kahan.


Cross-country

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A York School Golf Club BACK ROW: Mrs. Bunyard, Ira Glasner, Nick Holland, Jeff Crawford, Caleb Tarshis, David Bel路 dam, Mr. LePage FRONT ROW: Steven Schienfield, Adrian Bloy, Eric Goldberg, Ben Freedman, Angus Winograd.


Girls Badminton- Under 14

ACK ROW : Mrs. Lister, Margot Killoran, Lori Goldberg, Lesley Goldstein, Kate Fink, Jenna Laskin, Sabrina Lantos, Emma Clayton, auren Shrubb. FRONT ROW: Elisabeth Flynn, Rebecca Haber, Laura Timko, Jenna Greenspan, Azra Dhalla, Elysse Schlein

From Badminton to ..... . BOOKS! at the York School spring book sale.

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YORK CLUBS


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York Celebrates the Holidays

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Grade Nine Students study History and the Visual Arts in Ottawa


To "La Belle Province" with the Grade B's in February 1998


York Hit~ The Slope~!

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Highlight~ oF the ~kiing and ~nowboarding day!


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Visiting Our Neighbours to the South ... lO's and ll's explore Washington, D.C., Spring 1998


Voila Ia classe qui presente les legendes du Quebec - en fran~ais!


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Farewell


A Home of Our Own .. .1320 Yonge Street


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PERSPECTIVE

Yearbook committee- The Yearbook committee includes Nick Holland, Ben Freedman, Brittany Nelson, Rachel Koziebrocki, Samantha Thompson and Chris Flynn. The staff advisors are Mr. Kupec, Mrs. Chandler and Mrs. Mason .

We are pleased to present Perspective '98. This year's production of The York School yearbook progressed fairly smoothly despite difficulties encountered in trying to be in two places at once. Many thanks to all the contributors, photographers, sponsors, advertisers and interested staff and students. We look forward to working under one roof at 1320 Yonge St. Here's to Perspective '99!

The Book Sale members of committee, Perspective 2005!

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1998 Perspective