One year ago, the Bishop’s College School athletic community came together to show its passionate pursuit of a world without mental health stigma. Building on such an important conversation, our school community has been hard at work over the past year engaging in challenging dialogue about the practical ways we can improve our physical and mental health on campus. Whether we’re supporting each other on the field or in our day-to-day, whether we’re taking action by spending time in nature or supporting each other through our academic efforts, the BCS community is built on kindness and support. The past year has seen us invite challenging speakers to campus to give students the tools to build their self-worth, to develop healthy eating habits, and to take practical steps against bullying. See full story in the Monday, Feb. 3 edition of The Record.
BCS taking action on mental health
Submitted by Benjamin Tracy, BCS Communications Officer
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