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1966-67 Sewing Club at Malcolm Campbell High School

Sewing Club, 1966-67 Third Row: J. Hardy, P. Lindsay, D. Plant, S. Lecouffe, E. Haynes, W. Walker, W. Bristol, T. Halladay, M. Fialkow, N. Warner. Second Row: M. Linderman, C. Pyndus, F. Koro­patkin, D. Barber, G. Morrissette, P. Clayton, E. Greenaway, E. Greenaway, L. Orr, H. Seale, L. Calzone, Mrs. Clark. First Row: M. Ritchie, C. […]


Malcolm Campbell High School Senior Choir, 1962-63

Click on image to enlarge it. Click again to enlarge it further. MALCOLM CAMPBELL SENIOR CHOIR In September 1962 the Executive of the Senior Mixed choir was elected. Audree Blampied was chosen President, Ellsworth Ritch Vice-President, Donna Bristow Secretary-Treasurer, Beverlee Blampied Librarian, Zennie Levitsky Assistant Librarian, and Linda Colucci Registrar. The Staff and student body […]


Ruth MacLeod recalls the day in the 1960s when a memorable Phys Ed teacher arrived at Malcolm Campbell High School in a Type E Jaguar sports car

Updates You can access a great Oct, 21, 2011 photograph, posted at, of Soryl and Gibby Rosenberg, by clicking here. We owe thanks to Gina Davis Cayer for letting us know about this link. It’s a beautiful photograph. A Jan. 12, 2015 Guardian/The Observer article is entitled: “The Teenage Brain review – a science-based […]


MCHS Bio for Graeme Decarie, who taught for three years at Malcolm Campbell High School

Born into pretty severe poverty in Montreal’s Villeray district. (1933 was a bad year to be born.) Attended Crystal Springs School, a four-room school built to the same design as the original version of Cartierville School. Failed grade 10, was failing grade 11 when principal called me down to say, “Let’s face it, Decarie, you […]


Dress regulations at Malcolm Campbell High School: September 1969 message from the Principal

In a recent email, Howard Hight (MCHS 1963) has shared with us the following message: “go to this link and see how it was” Comment It’s a delight to know how many resources there are online that focus on stories and news about Malcolm Campbell High School. And a reminder: Howard Hight and Diana Redden are […]