Belmont

#MyBelmont is a 22-acre community with 160,000 square feet of commercial space recently developed by Crombie REIT for first-time home buyers, working professionals and down-sizers. (Photo courtesy of #MyBelmont)

Langford’s #MyBelmont neighbourhood reveals fourth and final phase

Total project includes more than 500 residential units and 160,000 square feet of commercial

 

Belmont Secondary School valedictorian Jack Strom is working toward pursuing a hockey scholarship. (Photo contributed by Jack Strom)

From centre ice to centre stage in Langford

Belmont valedictorian a marks man

 

Jeannie Chipps is the Indigenous Valedictorian or the graduating class of 2021 at Belmont Secondary School. (Photo contributed by Jeannie Chipps)

Belmont valedictorian embraces inclusive culture

Indigenous valedictorians part of Sooke School District since 2014

 

85 new homes are coming to Langford with the latest development at Belmont Residences East. Mayor of Langford Stew Young says citizens won’t see a slowdown in development. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

85 new homes coming to Langford’s Belmont neighborhood

Development includes bike repair station, electric vehicle charging, pet grooming station and more

85 new homes are coming to Langford with the latest development at Belmont Residences East. Mayor of Langford Stew Young says citizens won’t see a slowdown in development. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Belmont Secondary school. (Black Press Media file photo)

Belmont students help West Shore residents spring out of hunger

Spring Out Of Hunger food drive takes place on April 24

Belmont Secondary school. (Black Press Media file photo)
Belmont students draw inspiration from Coast Salish artwork

Belmont students draw inspiration from Coast Salish artwork

Projects highlight the diversity of students

Belmont students draw inspiration from Coast Salish artwork
Belmont Bulldogs’ Adrian Vicente (left) drives to the hoop against a Kelowna Owls player at the Langely Events Centre in the second round of the B.C. junior boys provincials. (Gino Nichele photo)

Belmont junior boys’ basketball team finishes the season on a high note

Curt Spaven thinks this team was one of the best he’s ever coached.

Belmont Bulldogs’ Adrian Vicente (left) drives to the hoop against a Kelowna Owls player at the Langely Events Centre in the second round of the B.C. junior boys provincials. (Gino Nichele photo)
Isaac Ickovich (left) catches the ball during a shooting drill at a Belmont senior boys basketball practice. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)

Belmont senior boys’ basketball team heads to provincials

This year’s team has more depth than last year’s team

Isaac Ickovich (left) catches the ball during a shooting drill at a Belmont senior boys basketball practice. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)
Grade 10 social studies teacher Chris Allen and library assistant Trudy Court (right) reunite Sharon Hoover (centre) with a long-lost World War One medal that belonged to Hoover’s great-great uncle, George Alexander Doty at Belmont High School Wednesday morning. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Belmont students, staff reunite family with long-lost war medal

Medal belonged to Sharon Hoover’s great-great uncle

Grade 10 social studies teacher Chris Allen and library assistant Trudy Court (right) reunite Sharon Hoover (centre) with a long-lost World War One medal that belonged to Hoover’s great-great uncle, George Alexander Doty at Belmont High School Wednesday morning. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
The Belmont senior girls volleyball team are getting set to head to provincials, which are set for Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 at the Langley Event Centre, and will include the top 16 high school teams in the province.  (Photo courtesy of Dean Purdy)

Belmont senior girls volleyball team heads to provincials

Team set its sights on repeating as champions

  • Nov 21, 2017
The Belmont senior girls volleyball team are getting set to head to provincials, which are set for Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 at the Langley Event Centre, and will include the top 16 high school teams in the province.  (Photo courtesy of Dean Purdy)
Belmont senior and junior girls volleyball teams had a great regular season and look to carry the momentum into the playoffs. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
Belmont senior and junior girls volleyball teams had a great regular season and look to carry the momentum into the playoffs. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
The Belmont senior girls volleyball team continued their tournament dominance with undefeated wins at Vancouver Island Univeristy and the Camosun college tournament. (Photo courtesy of Dean Purdy)

Belmont volleyball teams continue to impress

Senior girls recently captured triple crown by winning UBC, VIU and Camosun College tournaments

The Belmont senior girls volleyball team continued their tournament dominance with undefeated wins at Vancouver Island Univeristy and the Camosun college tournament. (Photo courtesy of Dean Purdy)
It’s Belmont Secondary student AJ Boersen was one of four finalists selected to design and create this Nuu Chah Nulth longhouse front, as part of the 10th annual One Wave Gathering. Boersen’s longhouse will be on display on the parliament lawns until Sunday. (Contributed photo)

Belmont student inspiring First Nations youth with art

AJ Boersen’s longhouse will be on display at the legislature lawns

It’s Belmont Secondary student AJ Boersen was one of four finalists selected to design and create this Nuu Chah Nulth longhouse front, as part of the 10th annual One Wave Gathering. Boersen’s longhouse will be on display on the parliament lawns until Sunday. (Contributed photo)
The U-18 Team B.C. in Florida for the U.S. High Performance Championships. (Photo contributed)

Belmont volleyballers continue to dominate

B.C. Beach Championships on the horizon

  • Aug 7, 2017
The U-18 Team B.C. in Florida for the U.S. High Performance Championships. (Photo contributed)
Belmont secondary principal Ray Miller welcomes a group of special guests to the unveiling of the Belmont timeline on Tuesday. Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff

Belmont’s history unveiled for all

Class project highlights important events in the Langford school’s history

Belmont secondary principal Ray Miller welcomes a group of special guests to the unveiling of the Belmont timeline on Tuesday. Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff
Grade 11 students Emily Rasmussen (left) and Kallista Newby, along with the rest of Belmont secondary’s leadership class, will be hitting the streets on April 26 to collect donations for the Goldstream Foodbank Society. Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff

Spring Out of Hunger food drive gears up in Langford

Belmont food drive allows students to get out and meet the neighbours

Grade 11 students Emily Rasmussen (left) and Kallista Newby, along with the rest of Belmont secondary’s leadership class, will be hitting the streets on April 26 to collect donations for the Goldstream Foodbank Society. Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff
Belmont centre Dontae Bull goes up to the hoop while being challenged by an Oak Bay defender during play at the AAAA senior boys Island Basketball Championships in Langford. Bull will play for the A team, and fellow Bulldog Nathan Johal and Royal Bay’s Dylan Ross on the B team, for the South Island at this Saturday’s (April 8) annual Vancouver Island Seniors Classic at the University of Victoria’s CARSA. Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff

West Shore hoops players to compete in Seniors Classic all-star games at UVic

Belmont’s Bull, Johal; Royal Bay’s Ross suiting up for South Island teams

Belmont centre Dontae Bull goes up to the hoop while being challenged by an Oak Bay defender during play at the AAAA senior boys Island Basketball Championships in Langford. Bull will play for the A team, and fellow Bulldog Nathan Johal and Royal Bay’s Dylan Ross on the B team, for the South Island at this Saturday’s (April 8) annual Vancouver Island Seniors Classic at the University of Victoria’s CARSA. Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff