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Quarterly 2015_SUMMER

Item consists of the Summer 2015 edition of the Appleby Quarterly magazine. It includes articles about Powell House residence House Prefect Aidan Macdonell, an article about the Appleby College Shop, the fundraising gala auction, the Appleby College Parents' Association (ACPA), Appleby's Blue Dog weathervane donated by the Class of 2015, Innes van Nostrand and staff visit Asia, an interview with Faculty member Peter Thompson as he celebrates 25 years at Appleby, a look at life in residence, and a new strategic plan for Appleby College. It also includes articles on departing staff member Heather Rees, the retirement of Don Stewart after 30 years at Appleby College and the retirement of Paul Shields after 29 years at Appleby College.

Quarterly 2013_SUMMER

Item consists of the Summer 2013 edition of the Appleby Quarterly magazine. It includes articles on the role of Head Prefect, an update on the continued Centennial Classroom renewal for the Memorial Classroom Building, an interview with Innes van Norstrand - Principal of Appleby College, an in depth look at the Middle School experience and the history of the Junior School including Nightingale House. It also includes an article about the Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme.

Quarterly 2012_SUMMER

Item consists of the Summer 2012 edition of the Appleby Quarterly magazine. It includes articles on the 100th anniversary celebrations at Appleby College, an introduction from the new Principal - Innes van Nostrand, the Centennial fundraising gala auction, Appleby honour Aubrey Baillie '63 with the Mags Shorey Award in Volunteerism, the dedication of Appleby's Centennial Forest, the new John Bell Chapel alter, an update on the Centennial Classroom Renewal Project for the Memorial Classroom Building, the 20th anniversary of co-education at Appleby College, strategic planning process at Appleby College for the 21st century as well as an article about outgoing Principal Guy McLean.