Mentor girls lacrosse: Girls Varsity Lacrosse Schedule – Mentor Cardinalss
|Thursday, Mar 11th|
|Thu, Mar 11 5:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Gilmour Academy||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||5:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, Mar 23rd|
|Tue, Mar 23 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Westlake High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Thursday, Mar 25th|
|Thu, Mar 25 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Avon High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Saturday, Mar 27th|
|Sat, Mar 27 10:00 am||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Saint Joseph Academy||Away 2105 Silver Maple Way, Lorain OH 44053 Get Directions||10:00 am||Loss 14 – 2||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, Mar 30th|
|Tue, Mar 30 7:30 pm||Rocky River High School||Away 20951 Detroit Rd, Rocky River OH 44116 Get Directions||7:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, Apr 6th|
|Tue, Apr 6 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Brunswick High School Conference Game||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Loss 14 – 5||Event Preview|
|Tue, Apr 6 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Brunswick High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Thursday, Apr 8th|
|Thu, Apr 8 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||RIVERSIDE High School-Painesville||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, Apr 13th|
|Tue, Apr 13 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Olmsted Falls High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Thursday, Apr 15th|
|Thu, Apr 15 5:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Chardon High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||5:30 pm|
|Saturday, Apr 17th|
|Sat, Apr 17 1:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Kenston High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||1:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, Apr 20th|
|Tue, Apr 20 5:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Strongsville High School||Away 13200 Pearl Rd, Strongsville OH 44136 Get Directions||5:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Thursday, Apr 22nd|
|Thu, Apr 22 5:00 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Magnificat High School – OH||Away 20770 Hilliard Blvd, Rocky River OH 44116 Get Directions||5:00 pm||Event Preview|
|Saturday, Apr 24th|
|Sat, Apr 24 12:00 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Revere Local Schools||Away 3420 Everett Rd, Richfield OH 44286 Get Directions||12:00 pm||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, Apr 27th|
|Tue, Apr 27 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Solon High School/Middle School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Thursday, Apr 29th|
|Thu, Apr 29 7:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Bay High/Middle School||Away 29230 Wolf Rd, Bay Village OH 44140 Get Directions||7:30 pm||Event Preview|
|Saturday, May 1st|
|Sat, May 1 11:00 am||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Lake Catholic High School||Away 6733 REYNOLDS Rd, MENTOR OH 44060 Get Directions||11:00 am||Event Preview|
|Tuesday, May 4th|
|Tue, May 4 7:00 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Medina Senior High School||Away 777 E Union St, Medina OH 44256 Get Directions||7:00 pm||Event Preview|
|Thursday, May 6th|
|Thu, May 6 6:30 pm||Girls Varsity Lacrosse||Avon Lake High School||Home 6477 Center St, Mentor OH 44060 Get Directions||6:30 pm||Event Preview|
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Girls Lacrosse Overview 2 – Burning River Lacrosse
Travel lacrosse is a commitment that impacts the whole family. Beyond the obvious financial investment, the tournament schedule can disrupt your family’s summer plans and commuting for practices can be a drag.So WHY play travel lacrosse?
If your athlete loves the game and is willing to dedicate the time and attention necessary to strengthen her skill set, opportunities await. According to NCAA research, female student-athletes have it better than men, at least if they want to play sports in college. Participation is generally lower for women’s sports and there are more opportunities available to play in college.
Recruiters are seeking highly competitive athletes—even if your daughter is new to lacrosse and transferring her athletic skills over from basketball or soccer, there are still opportunities to play the game at the collegiate level. Across all Divisions, there are 897 total NCAA lacrosse teams. 384 are men’s and 513 are women’s.
Our Core Values:
Burning River Lacrosse will demand players embody the game by giving and receiving respect and understanding that character counts. These young women recognize talent across the field during their season. Burning River Girls will provide the opportunity for passionate, high-performing athletes to come together, celebrate their accomplishments (on any field), and work together to demonstrate competitive excellence.
Proven Track Record:
Burning River is known as the premier boys lacrosse offering – providing unparalleled parent communication, dedicated coaches, and well-executed travel plans. Burning River has the largest network in Northeast Ohio—connecting interested players to college coaches. The new girls program will match this commitment to excellence. Led by Todd Kortowich, co-founder of Avon’s Youth Lacrosse program and current Avon head varsity coach, the Burning River Girls Lacrosse coaching staff will help your athlete reach her full potential.
Open Lines of Communication:
If you have questions about any facet of our program or our coaching philosophy, you can call Todd direct at 440-812-1805, and he’ll call you back!
Saugus first-year girls’ lacrosse mentor Roy Medeiros still waiting to lead his Sachems on the field – Sports – Saugus Advertiser
Imagine having one meeting with the players and parents of your new team, and that was the only one for the whole season.
That was the fate for Roy Medeiros, 36, who was entering his first year as the new Saugus High School girls’ lacrosse coach before the COVID-19 world health pandemic shut things down for every spring high school sports team in the state.
“I only had a chance to meet the team once,” said Medeiros, a special education teacher at Saugus High School, who came from Arlington High School this past school year. “Obviously, it’s a shame for many reasons. Of course, you never like to see students miss out on any aspect of school, especially a senior year. I cannot imagine what it’s like to miss out on the end of your senior year.”
Medeiros had to rely on Melissa Toomey, his assistant, to answer most of the requests that came through in the weeks following the in-school shutdown by the state. Schools went virtual in March, and never returned. Students won’t return to the classroom until possibly the fall semester.
Meanwhile, there was Medeiros over March and April, trying to process being a coach of a team he never worked with on a playing field.
“Part of the problem was that not every player was registered (when schools shutdown in March), so I didn’t have a full list of the team,” Medeiros said. “When people reached out about things, I directed them to Melissa for most things. Things like recognizing our girls for awards. Melissa was great.”
Two of those players who certainly deserve recognition for Saugus are seniors Vanessa Andujar and Molly Granara. The latter was suiting up for her first season.
“The loss of our season hurt the most, and it was very meaningful to me, because it would possibly be my last time ever playing a sport again, and being able to enjoy my life one last time,” Andujar said.
“Our team was fully committed on changing things around this season, and making it our best. As a team, we have support and respect for each other, and I believe those are important characteristics for a team.”
Andujar added that it’s been hard to stay active after binge-watching on Netflix shows, but she manages to get on the bike and go for runs with siblings.
“It’s nice to get some air once in a while since we are stuck in a house 24 hours of the day,” she said.
Andujar will be attending UMass-Boston in the fall, and has plans to join clubs to do some community work.
“Anytime you have a crisis such as this you lean a lot on seniors,” Medeiros said. “Vanessa has shown herself to be a person with a lot of initiative. This is all I have been able gather in the short time I’ve been here. I will say this: I know we would have had a fun year, and it was truly a shame this is how it ended. I wish these girls nothing but the best going forward.”
Medeiros will be an assistant on Medford Coach John Curley’s football staff in the fall. He coached football and girls’ lacrosse the past few years at his alma mater in Arlington, where he graduated as a Spy Ponder in 2002.
Medeiros lives in Woburn now. His travels before Saugus had stops of course in his native Arlington and all the way up to Nova Scotia, where he played college football at St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish. He coached college football at Acadia University in Wolfville.
He’s looking forward to working with the Saugus girls should he get that chance next spring.
“I try to sit back and let the girls do their thing, but I can be that coach running up and down the sidelines getting excited when good things happen,” Medeiros said. “One time a girl was on a breakaway, and I ran along the sidelines cheering her on, but ended up pulling my hamstring. I really love to see the girls succeed. It’s all about being positive.”
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I am a coachable, dedicated, athlete that wants to improve on the field, and as a person.
I started playing lacrosse in third grade. I started on varsity my freshman year of high school. I have been a consistent player as I am confident in playing with both left and right hand. I earned a spot on the platinum team for Burning River Lacrosse team 2020. I have been in honors and AP classes and earned college credits. I have achieved the honor roll since middle school. I have volunteered my time with Mentor youth lacrosse and St. John Vianney parish school religion classes. I started a job this year at Great Harvest Bread Company.Game film visible only to logged in college coaches.
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Sports Organizations – City of Mentor, Ohio
This community information list is provided as a service. Athletic leagues listed are Mentor-based organizations that serve Mentor residents, youth and adult. The city does not run these organizations nor does the city govern the rules and bylaws of these organizations. Please use the contact numbers below to receive additional information about the league or sport.
Jeff Elly, President, (440) 463-3913
T-Ball age 4 & 5 coed
Youth Baseball age 6-17 coed
Adult Baseball age 18 coed
Registration: December – March
Mentor Girls Softball
Tim McLaughlin, League Director
T-Ball age 4-6 coed
Slow-Pitch Softball age 7-13 girls
Fast-Pitch Softball age 9-18 girls
Mentor Softball Association
Kathy Kozenko, Director of Operations (440) 341-3623
Youth Co-Ed Slow-pitch Softball ages 4-17
Adult Co-Ed Slow-pitch Softball ages 18+
Registration: January – April
Baseball age 5-18 coed
Mentor Youth Basketball
Boys & Girls grades 3-6
Mentor Youth Cheerleading Association
Ages 5 – grade 6
Email: [email protected]
Registration: May – July
United States Flag & Touch Football
Boys & Girls Ages 3-17
Registration: Year round
Mentor Cardinal Youth Football Association
(A Division): 10 & 11 year old
(B Division): 8 & 9 year old6
(C division): 6½ & 7 year oldr
Registration: January – July
Northeast Ohio Flag Football
Mentor Youth Hockey Association
Ages 5 – 15
Mentor Youth Lacrosse (MMSL)
Boys & Girls, Grades 3 – 8
Registration: November – March for Spring Season
Contact: [email protected]
Mentor Area Rugby Club
Boys teams ages 14-18
John Hummel [email protected]
Mentor Soccer Club
Jamel White, Vice President
For inquiries email us at [email protected]
Boys and Girls Recreational teams – ages 5-18
Boys and Girls Travel teams – ages 8-14
Registration: April 1-June 15 (for both Fall and Spring seasons
Mentor Swim Team–Suburban Swim League
Boys & Girls age 15 & under
For inquiries, email [email protected]
Registration: January – June
Mentor Youth Wrestling Club
Mentor Men’s Sunday Softball
Anthony Sokolowski, Commissioner (440) 478-8508
Men’s 35 and Over Hockey
Contact Mentor Ice Arena (440) 974-5730
Black Brook Golf Course is home to more than a dozen adult golf leagues. Call the course at (440) 951-0010 to find a league for you.
Mentor Public High School, Ohio, USA
|Secondary school tutor|
6477 Central street
|Coordinates||41 ° 41’40 ″ s.sh., 81 ° 20’14 ″ W / 41.69444 ° N 81.33722 ° W / 41.69444; -81.33722 Coordinates: 41 ° 41′40 ″ N, 81 ° 20′14 ″ W / 41.69444 ° N 81.33722 ° W / 41.69444; -81.33722|
|Type||Public, Coeducational High School|
|School District||Mentor-Free Village School District|
|Faculty90,037 140 certified employees|
|Teaching staff||121.05 (FTE)|
|Ratings||9 – 12|
|Student to teacher ratio||21.94|
|Colors)||Scarlet and gray|
|Fight Song||Through the field|
|athletics|| Boys Baseball
Boys Cross Country
Girls Cross Country
Boys Knee Highs
Girl Knee Highs
Girl Football Dyes teams
Boys Track & Field
Girls Track & Field
|Athletics Conference||Greater Cleveland Conference|
|Team name||Wrestling Cardinals|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Colleges and Schools|
Mentor High School is a public high school located in Mentor, Ohio, USA. It is the only high school in the Village School District that is exempt from mentoring (unofficially “Mentoring Schools”). It was once the largest single-building enrollment-based high school in Ohio. In the 2008-2009 school year, he moved from a three-year school (grades 10-12) to a four-year high school (grades 9-12), which has about 2,700 students.Mentor High School teaches students from Mentor, Mentor-on-the-Lake and parts of the Kirtland Hills and Concord Township in Lake County, Ohio. Both high schools from Mentor Released School District, Memorial High School, Coastal High School go to Mentor High School. A third high school, Ridge Middle School, was closed until the start of the 2018-2019 school year and has since been converted to a primary school.
Ohio Department of Education ratings
Mentor High School received excellent grades from the Ohio Department of Education from the 2003-2004 school year to the 2011-2012 school year.For the 2011-2012 school year, the Ohio Department of Education is building a new statewide rating model and does not publish overall building ratings.
National Merit Scholars
Mentors Graduate School continues to see an increase in the achievement of students recognized for national merit.
- 2016-2017 academic year; 7 finalists, 10 distinguished students
- 2015-2016 academic year; 4 finalists, 1 semi-finalist, 11 distinguished students
- 2014-2015 academic year; 2 finalists, 3 distinguished students
- 2013-2014 academic year; 2 finalists, 1 marked student
Mentor High School has received the following independent ratings.
- 2016 US High School Ranking: Ohio # 163 Bronze Medal
- 2016 Niche High School Ranking: 40th in Ohio
Offers for advanced accommodation
Mentor High School offers a wide selection of 23 Advanced Placement courses including the following.
- AP Art History
- AP Biology
- AP Chemistry
- AP Physics
- AP Environment Science
- AP English Lit & Comp
- AP English and comp.
- Workshop AP
- AP Research
- AP Psychology
- AP European History
- History AP USA
- AP Human Geography
- AP US government
- AP Economics (micro and macro)
- AP Spanish
- AP German
- AP French
- Statistics AP
- AP calculus AB and BC
- AP Computer Science A
- Principles of Computer Science AP
College Credit Plus Offers
Mentor High School offers a College Credit Plus program whereby students can earn college credits by taking courses at nearby Lakeland Community College.Two options are offered, including the 15-credit option and the 30-credit option. For 30 credits, students can choose an area of specialization including the following.
- Science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Offers for vocational training
Mentor High School offers the following vocational training programs in the district and through community partnerships with Lakeland Community College, Euclid High School and Auburn Career Center.These include the following programs.
- Business Administration and Management (mentor)
- Preschool education (mentor)
- Interactive Media (mentor)
- Marketing and Entrepreneurship (mentor)
- CAD / Engineering (Lakeland)
- Computer Information Systems (Lakeland)
- CNC Manufacturing Technology (Lakeland)
- Construction Management (Lakeland)
- Information Technology Systems (Lakeland)
- Allied Health (Auburn)
- Auto Collision Repair (Auburn)
- Cosmetology (Auburn)
- Electrical Preparation (Auburn)
- HVAC (Auburn)
- Landscape Gardening (Auburn)
- Patient Care Technician (Auburn)
- Sports Medicine (Auburn)
- Weld (Auburn)
- Autoservice technology (Euclid)
- Cisco Networking Technology (Euclid)
- Mobile Apps and Digital Design (Euclid)
- Criminal Justice (Euclid)
- Culinary Arts (Euclid)
- Visual Communication (Euclid)
There are four live bands at Mentor High School.These include the Freshmen Squad, the Gray Bandage, the Crimson Squad, and the Advanced Mastery Wind Ensemble. All four groups compete in OMEA contests.
Battle Cardinal Marching BandPresident Barack Obama signs a memorial wall designed by former art student Anthony Gajari at Mentor High after the 2012 election campaign. The wall was also signed by John McCain in 2008.
The High School Tutors Martial Cardinal Band, commonly referred to as FCMB, is a strong music program with a history of excellence.The group plays in most home and away football matches, and also participates in several competitions. FCMB received its first “Top Rated” rating, the highest possible rating for competition in a government competition, in 2004 under the direction of Mr. Sean Wondran and Mr. Byron Hunsicker. In the 2012-2013 academic year, the group received another Superior rating in a state competition with their show “I Believe.” They also performed live for Fox 8 News in front of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and spoke at a rally when President Obama walked into Mentors High School during the 2012 presidential election.The group again qualified for a state competition in the fall of 2014, where they received a third Superior rating for a show called The Divine Comedy. The group most recently earned the top three consecutive ratings at the OMEA State Finals in the 2017–2018, 2018–2019, and 2019–2020 marching seasons with To Boldly Go!, Hands of Time, and Uninvited, respectively. This was done under the leadership of the current group director, Stephen Poremba.
The Mentor program includes four orchestras, including concert, symphony, symphony and Mannheim.The Concert Orchestra is the smallest stringed ensemble that does not require an audition to join. Sinfonia is a string-only ensemble for junior schoolchildren who intend to practice but have not yet prepared for a symphony orchestra. The Symphony Orchestra is the largest group consisting of strings, percussion and wind instruments. The Mannheim Chamber Orchestra is the most discerning ensemble, consisting entirely of strings.
Four Instructional Concert Choirs perform at OMEA concerts, festivals and events throughout the year. In addition, there are two chamber vocal ensembles and an auditioned show choir.
Science Olympiad for Mentors showed a recent success story. The best teams in the Ohio State Tournament include first place in 2017, second place in 2015, second place in 2009, and second place in 2007.Top teams in the national tournament include 14th in 2017, 15th. ranked in 2015, seventh in 2009 and fifth in 2007.
Mentor High School is classified as a Division I high school by the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA). Formerly a member of the Lake Erie League (LEL) and the Northeastern Ohio Conference (NOC), Mentor is now attending the Greater Cleveland Conference (GCC).
Mentor Cardinals have won multiple titles in the OHSAA-sponsored State Team and Individual Championships.
Team Staff Champions
- Mentor (25-5) defeated Toledo Rogers (21-8), 76-67, and won the I State Basketball Championship in front of 9,566 players at the Value City Arena on the Ohio State University campus located in Columbus, State Ohio. In the semifinals, Mentor defeated previously undefeated Columbus Northland (29-1), 80–69.
- Coach Lee Tressel led the Mentor Cardinals football team to 34 straight wins in the 1950s.
Clubs and organizations
- Active Caring
- Anime / Gamers Club
- AP Mentors
- Sports trainers
- Book Club
- CARDS Anti-Bullying
- Public Service
- Cooking Club
- Cross Country Ski Club
- Creative Writing Club
- Dance Team
- DECA (Business and Marketing Students Association)
- Eco Club
- Fishing Club
- Future Leaders Club
- Green Mentors Club
- HOSA (Future Health Professionals)
- Improvisational Club
- Inkwell (school newspaper online)
- KPop Club
- League of Mathematics
- Parody of judgment
- UN model
- National Society of Honor
- PRIDE (Gay / Straight Alliance)
- RPG Club
- Red Lightning Club (Photo Club)
- Asylum (Christian Student Group)
- Robotics Team
- Sailing Club
- Snowboarding / Ski Club
- Speech and Debate Club
- Student government
- Web Command
- World Travelers
Five students committed suicide during the roughly four-year period ending in 2008, allegedly as a result of harassment or bullying by fellow students.The suicides prompted two families to file lawsuits against the school, one of which was settled out of court in 2014 and the other was dismissed in 2015. This is evidenced by the documentary film “ Mentor” 2014.
Notes and References
External links90,000 Education Abroad, Study Abroad, Study Abroad – Education in the UK, Study and Study in the UK | Students International Adcote School School Adcote is an independent day and boarding school for girls located 8 km northwest of Shrewsbury, Shropshire.The school was founded in 1907 and occupies a historic building that was built in 1879 for Rebecca Darby, widow of Alfred Darby I (1807-52) and niece of Abraham Darby, who built the first steel bridge in England across the River Severn in 1781.
The school consists of several departments:
Primary school for girls from 5 to 11 years old;
Secondary school for girls from 11 to 16 years old,
Sixth Form High School for 16-19 Years Students
50% of girls achieved A * and A grades in the 2015-2016 academic year99.6% of girls progressed after GCSE to the A-level program in 2015. In September 2016, the school completed construction of new purpose-built residences, classrooms, a sports hall, an administrative block, and a new science center.
Happiness, friendliness, fun and success are key elements that make learning at Adcote positive and memorable. Teacher support along with a varied elementary school curriculum helps girls to excel academically and creatively. A rich curriculum provides an excellent foundation for further learning. At the age of 7, students enter primary school and after 11 years they move to secondary.
At this stage, girls are taught the main qualities – kindness and politeness.Daily classes focus on English, math and game lessons. After graduating from elementary school (after Year 6), students are already well prepared for high school.
In the 7th, 8th and 9th years of study, a lot of attention is still paid to the academic component, fostering the natural curiosity of girls and a passion for learning. High school gives girls the chance to develop an understanding of other people’s perspectives and think about contributing to the world around them.The school strives to bring out the best qualities of every girl – regardless of her academic ability. Individualized assistance is available to all students who need support to overcome specific learning difficulties.
Program GCSE and IGCSE (10, 11 years) includes a wide range of subjects.
The compulsory subjects are:
English, English Literature, Mathematics, Information Technology, and one science subject.
Subjects to choose from: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Business, French, Spanish, ICT, Latin, Religious Studies, Arts, Textiles, Music, Performing Arts, Sports, Food Technology, Economics, Child Development.The performing arts and visual arts are an integral part of the curriculum and life beyond. Sports and cultural events are also used to instill a proactive attitude, ambition, responsibility and compassion.
A-level (2 years) – the goal of the program is firmly focused on achieving high grades for further admission to prestigious universities, not only in the UK, but throughout the world.
In high school, most girls study four subjects at AS level and usually 3 subjects at A2 level. The school day begins with a meeting at 8:35 am and continues until 4:05 am. Additional and cultural lessons run until 5:55 am.For a list of subjects in the A-level program, see the tab below.
Accommodation at the school’s residences is available for girls between the ages of 8 and 18. Each girl has a personal mentor to whom she can turn if she needs support. Each school residence has a boarding director who oversees safety and discipline.Social events for girls are held on a regular basis.
Girls are offered a wide range of sports activities such as netball, athletics, rugby, gymnastics, archery, golf, badminton, rowing, judo, horse riding, tennis and swimming.
Girls, usually in the 7th, 8th and 9th years of school, play netball and lacrosse on a competitive basis. Netball teams compete between Shropshire schools and lacrosse teams play against local independent schools.
During the summer semester, rounders are the main sport. Teams compete between Shropshire’s high school leagues. The school also recently received a small grant from the Shropshire Tennis Association and is in the process of improving its tennis lessons.Adcote School is currently recognized as one of the leading artistic gymnastics schools in the region.
Tuition and living costs for 2020-2021:
Year 9-11 12 700 GBP per term
Year 12-13 (Sixth Form) 12 700 GBP per term
Subjects can be selected from the following list:
Drama and Theater Studies
Downe House School | Girls’ schools
Characteristics of the school
Downe House is one of the most prestigious private boarding schools for girls aged 11-18.The educational institution has been famous for its strong academic traditions and firm Christian principles for over 100 years. The school was founded in 1907 on the former estate of Charles Darwin and moved to its current location in 1921. Olivia Willis was the first Downe House director to head the institution for 40 years. Disillusioned with the education that existed at that time, she dreamed of creating a boarding school for girls of a new type, in which a certain amount of freedom would be present, the natural course of life would be preserved.The director believed that the hallmarks of the new school should be high educational standards, emotionality and a passionate interest in the world around them. Olivia was convinced that educators should not “stand on a pedestal” and that education for girls should be different from education for boys. These foundational principles are of the utmost importance to the work of the school today.
Downe House trains girls from different parts of the UK, as well as foreign students, mainly from European countries.
Location: Downe House is located in the town of Newbury, 90 kilometers from London, 45 minutes from Heathrow Airport. It covers an area of 110 acres in a beautiful forested area.
Features of admission: the school is selective. For admission at the age of 11, you must successfully pass the Common Entrance Examination and be tested on the day appointed by the school. To enter the Sixth Form, you must pass at least 7 GCSE / IGCSE exams at a level not lower than “B”.
Number and age of students: 560 people aged 11-18, including about 180 Sixth Form students. The number of full-board students: 560. An enviable ratio of teachers and students – 1: 5.4.
School rating: 25th place in the ranking of the best English private schools for girls in 2012 (based on the results of the A-level exam).
Down House relies on an individual approach, instills traditional values and supports girls in their search for an area in which they can express themselves.As a result, female students of the school are graduated not only with excellent certificates, but also with a clear understanding of the direction in which they can succeed. The educational institution uses all the advantages of a private boarding school. Its main assets are the availability of time and space. Without being bound by the framework of a traditional school day, girls have the opportunity to study each subject in detail and at the same time master the widest possible range of academic disciplines.
But education at Down House is much more than just academic success.The school’s leadership sees its goal in raising from the little girls who came to them at the age of 11 to become true “global citizens of the future.” They thoughtfully prepare schoolgirls for a successful international career, instilling in them the necessary flexibility, international thinking, a non-standard approach to solving problems, and open-mindedness.
This is facilitated by the special educational space created at Downe House. Students get an idea not only about language and mathematics, but also about a wide variety of areas of knowledge – from art to computer technology, from car devices to cooking, because the school offers a choice of about 40 academic disciplines, as well as a wide range of extracurricular activities.Concerts, performances, lectures by leading experts in various fields of knowledge are organized almost every day at Down House. From a young age, girls learn to live in the midst of human society, strive to solve its problems, in practice they learn the peculiarities of different countries and peoples. They manage to live for several months in France, implement charitable projects in South Africa, Malaysia and India and tour US cities playing lacrosse. Studying at Downe House is a truly exciting adventure.
Girls leave school with the feeling that there is nothing in life that could not be achieved. Thus, Downe House becomes an excellent springboard that allows you to fly very high – towards a wide world in which graduates feel at home.
7-9 years of study: training is based on the subjects included in the compulsory state curriculum – National Curriculum: English language and literature, mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry, French, ICT, physical education, music, history, geography, PSHE.Foreign students master the EFL (English as a Foreign Language) course.
At the age of 12, each girl goes to France for an internship for one trimester. Downe House has its own property in the cultural and historical region of France, Périgord Noir. A small cozy estate located in the valley of the Dordogne river among the amazingly beautiful landscapes of the small village of Veyrines de Domme. Downe House is an important part of this community of 200 people, its own town hall, town square and church.Girls get the opportunity not only to improve their French and immerse themselves in the culture of this country. Such an internship gives an unprecedented impetus to the development of each student and remains in their memory for life. Students also learn about the French education system through exchange studies at nearby colleges in Toulouse and Montignac and spend a school day at one of the best culinary schools in France, the Lycee Hotelier, in Quercy-Périgord.
10-11 years of study: compulsory subjects for study – English, mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry.Disciplines to choose from: art, biology, business fundamentals, critical thinking, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Latin, ICT, dance, design and technology, drama and theater studies, economics, English literature, culinary and food technology, higher mathematics, government and politics, history, art history, home economics, geography, music, photography, physical education, religious studies, sports sciences, textiles and fashion.
Sixth Form (12-13 years of study): at the end of school, graduates take, on average, 3-4 exams (A-level or Pre-U). Downe House is convinced that the Pre-U qualification developed at the University of Cambridge is a promising alternative to the A-level. On the one hand, students take exams less often, which allows them to master the subjects more thoroughly. On the other hand, writing your own research project and including the Global Perspectives element makes it much better to prepare girls for university studies.In 2013, Down House School students took Pre-U in 18 subjects. The choice of subjects for obtaining a particular qualification is carried out from the list of academic disciplines listed above (see years 10-11). Schoolgirls are also encouraged to take a 5-month cooking course at the renowned Leiths School of food and wine. At any stage, students with difficulties in mastering subjects can be provided with supportive classes on an individual basis (including English for foreign students).
School specialization: education at Downe House is truly university-wide. Here they provide fundamental training not only in the main academic disciplines, but also in the subjects of the aesthetic cycle – music, drama, art. The acting department of the school is considered one of the best in the country. A distinctive feature of the educational institution is the training of each girl according to an individual program, and not only the necessary subjects are selected, but also the teaching method suitable for this particular student.
Study lasts from 9 am to 6 pm (with lunch and tea breaks). Girls study in small classes (from 10 to 22 people, in the Sixth Form – 6-8 students). Each day includes 11 lessons (including homework preparation). After 6 pm it is time for extra-curricular activities of choice, dinner, socializing and relaxing with toast and hot chocolate.
100% of graduates go to higher educational institutions, with the majority going to Oxford and Cambridge (15%) and other universities of the Russell group (the University of Bristol is especially popular – 16% of those who entered in 2013).Recently, an increasing number of girls are striving to get a place in universities in Ireland and the United States. Students often choose modern foreign languages, natural sciences, English philology, arts, social sciences and politics, economics, medicine and others as specializations. Regardless of which profession the students ultimately choose, Downe House alumni usually achieve a lot.
Academic Performance: 2013 Exam Results from Downe House School:
I \ GCSE – estimates A * -55%, A * -A -87%, A * -B – 98%
A-level – grades A * – 13.8%, A * – A – 50%, A * – B – 75%
Pre-U – D1 scores – 2.6%; D2 – 21.9%; D3 – 31.8%; M1 – 14.6%; M2 – 12%.
School equipment and school activities
School equipment: Downe House has an excellent material and technical base. Modern classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards and multimedia equipment. In 2008, a computer linguaphone room was opened for foreign language classes. The school has its own theater, extensive playgrounds that include 6 lacrosse courses, 17 tennis courts, a top-notch fitness and dance gym, a 25-meter indoor heated pool, an all-weather playing field and three glazed squash courts.In the coming years, it is planned to build a new building for a primary school and dormitories for girls of 11 years old.
Sports: lacrosse (developing especially well), netball, hockey, tennis, swimming, squash, gymnastics, athletics, cross-country, trampoline jumping, sailing, fencing, scuba diving, horse riding, polo, swimming, fitness.
Circles: chamber orchestra, choirs, big band, rock bands and other ensembles; political society; snorkeling; Christian union; debates and public speaking; jewelry making; ballet; society of young entrepreneurs; art club; ceramics; modern dances; step; car service; club of young crossword lovers; scientific society “Phoenix”; Scottish society.
Recreational Activities: Downe House students are actively involved in philanthropy (projects related to helping schools in India, Romania, Malaysia and Africa, as well as local government educational institutions, seniors, people with disabilities). Students travel a lot around the world, attend performances and exhibitions. The girls take part in the production of musicals, concerts of various levels, dance, drama or singing competitions among the hostels. Many senior female students are involved in activities through the Duke of Edinburgh Award, Young Entrepreneurs Scheme or the UN Model.Colorful Scottish (Caledonian) balls are held 2-3 times a year. An anti-stress wellness “Holistic Program” has been developed for the Sixth Form students, in which students attend weekly body balance, Pilates, yoga classes and workshops on aromatherapy, massage and meditation.
Accommodation / Meals
Accommodation: There are 12 hostels on campus. The girls who entered Downe House at the age of 11 live in one of two cozy Lower School dormitories located in the village of Cold Ash, a short walk (through the park) from the school.This allows young ladies to gently integrate into school life, each time coming to school and leaving “home” – to the boarding school. Younger schoolgirls live for 2-6 people in a room. Their dorms have kitchens and living rooms. There is a playground nearby. At the age of 13, female students move to their assigned homes and live there until they pass their final exams at school. The Sixth Form girls are moving to one of two boarding houses specially adapted for the quality study and autonomous life of older students.The girls have more democratic relationships with mentors, separate bedrooms for 1-2 people and more spacious lounges. They regularly go to the cinema, theater, exhibitions and have the right to freely leave the school grounds on most weekends and during the week. All hostels have their own gardens and are surrounded by forest, which is very convenient for organizing picnics and barbecue parties.
Meals: full board. A wide variety of hot dishes and salads are available. Special diets and hypoallergenic foods are available.Sixth Form students have their own dining room as well as self-catering kitchens.
Individual attention: Each of the houses is headed by a teacher for whom working with children is a vocation. Educators recognize that they have a special privilege to be responsible for the well-being of other people’s children. They know the strengths and weaknesses of each pupil, their phobias, attachments and hobbies, and are ready to provide assistance in any matter to “their” girls 24 hours a day.Thanks to this, the atmosphere in Down House dorms is truly family-like. For each “new” girl, a “friend” is assigned from among the older students, who will help to adapt in the first months of school life and support in the future.
Each girl – student of the Sixth Form – is assigned a personal leader (usually a teacher with similar interests) for constant support and advice on studying and entering the university.
Down House has a medical center staffed with highly qualified personnel.A nurse is assigned to each boarding house.
Dates of trimesters Dates of trimesters – academic year 2020 – 2021
|Michaelmas term||vacation||Spring trimester||vacation||Summer term||vacation|
|03.09-11.12||29.10 – 03.11||07.01-27.03||14.02 – 23.02||23.04-02.07||22.05 – 31.05|
Course Fees Course Fees per Person – Academic Year 2020 – 2021 in GBP
|£ 13,050||£ 39.150|
- registration fee – £ 200
- seat confirmation deposit – upon receipt of £ 2,000
- semester deposit
- EFL (English as Foreign Language) lessons for non-English speaking students – £ 1200 per term
- testing 20,000 rubles
- guardianship agency registration fee
- “Chancellor” services for travel arrangements
Malvern St.James Girls’ School | Girls’ School UK (Malvern) | ITEC
“Who do you want to become?” – this question is primarily asked to students at the Malvern St. James Girls’ School located in Central England. This is because teachers here sincerely believe that everything can be achieved, the main thing is to want. And their task is to help the girls get closer to the goal.
“Choice of Malvern St. James Girls’ School was one of the best decisions in my life, I am looking forward to the new school year, ”says one of the students about the almamater.Such reviews say more about the institution than excellent statistics, which the school is also proud of.
Malvern St. James is ranked in the top twenty for academic achievement among British private schools. Based on the results of 2015, 79% of female students (A +, A, B) passed the A-Level final exams with excellent and good results. With such excellent grades, the pupils of the school enter the best educational institutions. In 2015, six Malvern St. James Girls’ School has been invited to one of the five most prestigious universities in the world.
Of course, the main purpose of education at Malvern St. James Girls’ School is academic achievement, but it is not just an educational institution. This is the place where girls develop as individuals, constantly taking a step out of their comfort zone. Students often go beyond the curriculum simply because they enjoy learning. Plus, they know they can always count on the support of their mentors.
Today at Malvern St. James Girls’ School enrolls about 450 girls from 4 to 18 years old.This is a medium-sized school by British standards. It is large enough to offer pupils a wide range of hobbies in which to show their talents. But at the same time, the school is small enough to focus on each student.
Girls who prefer to live permanently or from time to time on the school grounds are accommodated in one of five cottages. When students talk about their life at the boarding school, they often say that Malvern St. James is a home away from home for them.This phrase is part of the school’s philosophy to create a strong sense of community among students.90,000 Girls’ Overseas Boarding Schools in England and Canada
Today I will tell you what British schoolchildren are studying in middle school, what age is the best for international students, what difficulties they may face and how to prepare for them.Advantages Learning process Prospects Extracurricular activities Accommodation How to choose a school
In the 19th century in Western countries, girls’ schools were the only chance for women to get an education – at that time they were not accepted into mainstream educational institutions.Such schools were common in Switzerland, USA and Great Britain. These countries are considered pioneers in the field of women’s education.
Now the main reason for the popularity of same-sex schools is their effectiveness. Many studies show that boys and girls perform better when they study in the same class as peers of the same sex.
What are the advantages of private schools for girls
According to research by Alan Smithers, an education professor at Buckingham University, women who attended same-sex schools receive higher wages than women who graduated from coeducational schools.
This is largely due to the fact that in schools of separate education for students more comfortable conditions have been created for the realization of their abilities and the development of leadership qualities.
Lack of competition
In girls’ schools, female students find it easier to discover their abilities in the exact sciences. According to statistics, computer skills are well developed in 36% of girls from separate education schools, while in mixed schools – only 26%.High results in mathematics – 48% versus 37%. Girls can excel in subjects that are traditionally considered “masculine.” Because there is no such competition as in mixed schools.
Same-sex schools are known for their quieter environments. Pupils are not worried about how to impress children of the opposite sex, they are less afraid to put themselves in an awkward position, they feel freer and more open.
It has been proven that girls and boys learn in different ways. Girls are more likely to develop language skills, while boys develop spatial orientation and general motor skills.
Girls learn the material best at the beginning of the lesson, and the emotional component is also important for them. Boys are more fact-oriented and evidence-based, and the second half of the lesson is most effective for them. These and many other characteristics of students are taken into account in segregated schools.
How does the educational process in boarding schools for girls work
In segregated schools, instruction is conducted in small classes. Here there are most teachers per number of female students – that is, children receive maximum attention.
Girls take academic subjects in the high school curriculum, study foreign languages, attend extracurricular activities and sports sections. The curriculum is compiled individually – there are compulsory subjects and a number of disciplines to choose from.
One of the main elements of education is preparation for the university. Private boarding schools have special career centers. Their employees help girls decide on their future specialty, choose a university and a program, prepare for final exams and entrance examinations.
The result is serious academic achievement. So, in 2019, 97% of the students of the British school Wycombe Abbey School passed the GCSE high school exam with the highest A * and A.Also, the authoritative edition of The Times noted the outstanding results of schoolgirls from Cheltenham Ladies’ College, where the average IB score was just above 40 out of 45 possible.90,027 90,194 Prospects for graduates from private schools 90,195
According to statistics, graduates of girls’ schools perform 10% higher exam results than female students of mixed schools.
The Canadian school Trafalgar Castle School is considered one of the best in the country, 98% of graduates annually enter the best universities in the USA and Canada.
60% of the graduates of the British school Roedean School study at the prestigious universities of the Russell Group, which consists of 24 prestigious universities in the UK.
6% of St. Swithun’s School entered the best universities in the country – the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.
Extracurricular activities in boarding schools
Private schools for girls are equipped with modern gyms, outdoor sports fields, tennis courts and swimming pools.In their free time, the students go in for swimming, badminton, aerobics, as well as team sports, where they show high results. For example, Queen Anne’s School’s lacrosse and netball sports teams won county championships, and two female students became national rowing champions.
Schoolgirls attend a chess club, courses in information technology, robotics, public speaking, driving and first aid. For example, the Trafalgar Castle School girls’ team won an award in the US Young Inventor Design Competition for the first time in the history of Canadian schools.
Interest clubs have been established in prestigious educational institutions. A large selection of creative workshops, music, visual and theatrical arts. The girls take part in community organizations and volunteer projects.
Some schools organize joint activities with educational institutions for boys. For example, children participate in theatrical performances, play in orchestras, or work on a group science project.
Accommodation in private schools for girls
Pupils are usually housed in residences on campus, 2-4 people per room. Often, high school students live in single bedrooms.
The houses have everything you need for study and recreation: kitchens, living rooms, classrooms, laundries, cinemas, gyms, game rooms.
Educators and mentors live with the girls. They monitor the discipline, progress and well-being of schoolgirls, organize entertainment and excursions on weekends.
Three meals a day are provided in schools. If necessary, a vegetarian or other individual menu is developed for the child.
How to choose a school
As in choosing a regular school, here you need to proceed from the goals, abilities and personal qualities of the child. You also need to take into account the requirements for students, the atmosphere, additional classes, infrastructure, living conditions and many other factors.
To begin with, we conduct diagnostics to determine the level of the student, communicate with the family and the child in order to better know their goals and desires.Then I select up to 5 schools: one or two target schools and up to 3 fallback options so that the child will surely enroll and not miss the school year.
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We will help you choose the right school for your child, prepare for enrollment, draw up documents and, if necessary, we will supervise the student during his studies.
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Wycombe Abbey School Wycombe Abbey School for girls (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom) – apply, prices, reviews
On the territory of Wycombe Abbey School there is a separate comfortable Junior Residence (for girls 11 years old): thanks to living here, they can get used to the academic environment of the new school, to life away from home and relatives, quickly adapt and find new friends.
The remaining 9 residences are intended for students 12-17 years old: each accommodates 45 people, residents are divided by age. Each student in her own dormitory is responsible for a certain area of activity: this forms a more cohesive team, fosters responsibility and a sense of belonging to a single student fraternity. Each residence has its own commandant from among the teachers, who is responsible for the complete safety of the students and monitors order, cleanliness, and discipline.
Students of Wycombe Abbey School are provided with full, balanced meals according to the full board scheme – mainly European cuisine. Themed weeks are regularly held, which provide an opportunity to taste dishes of various nationalities and countries: most often the chef chooses one of the nationalities represented by the students and prepares signature, popular dishes of this country. The menu is updated every week, more details on its components can be found on the school website.
Each student has a personal mentor who monitors her behavior, well-being, academic performance, maintains psychological comfort, and helps in adaptation. Parents receive a complete report on their child’s progress every semester – it also includes personal recommendations and comments from teachers in various subjects. The educational institution uses a unique card system: all the students’ pocket money is credited to the card, which they can use to pay in the school store.Here you can buy everything you need: stationery and educational supplies, sweets and food, drinks, sports uniforms and equipment, toiletries, etc.
Characters | Teen Wolf
Teen Wolf: Main Characters (10)
Teen Wolf: Other Characters (44)
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Chemistry teacher, former military officer.Often picks on Scott and Stiles. As a result of interrogation by the Sheriff, Stilinski admitted that six years ago he explained to Keith Argent how to set the house on fire to make it look like an accident. Sacrificed for Ritualin Season 3
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Sixteen year old student, member of the school lacrosse team.He was the first to be converted by Derek Hale to create his pack. In the past, Isaac suffered abuse from his own father, but became a werewolf, gained strength and self-confidence
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Veterinarian at an animal clinic; not so much a boss as a friend and mentor of Scott McCall.In the course of the plot, it turns out that Deaton is not an ordinary veterinarian, and in addition to animals, he also treats werewolves. Deaton is a practicing druid, he knows about all the supernatural things that happen in Bacon Hills. He was a trusted advisor to the Hale family until they died in a fire.
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The leader of a family of hunters from Mexico – Calaveras.Hunting Kate Argent. Differs in a reverent attitude to the hunter’s code and a keen sense of duty.
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Coach of the school lacrosse team, also teaches economics. Eccentric in behavior and appearance. He seems to care more about student success on the field than in the classroom, offering good grades to his players in exchange for various challenges.Likes to be called “Keksik”.
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Mercenary, Derek Hale’s new love interest. Saved Isaac from the twins at the beginning of the third season, taught Derek how to handle weapons, was almost killed by a pack of alphas, leaving scars.
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Satomi werewolf.Attends Devenford High School, plays lacrosse. Like the other members of the Davenford High School lacrosse team, he dislikes Liam for crashing their coach’s car.
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A pupil of a school, working at a skating rink. He is unpopular and lonely. Became the third person to be bitten by Derek when he created his flock.Made friends with Erica.
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Wife of Chris Argent and mother of Allison. A convinced and merciless supporter of the idea of the destruction of all werewolves. In the second season, she tried to kill Scott, but her plan was foiled by Derek, who intervened and bit her. Victoria, not wanting to turn into a werewolf, follows the Hunter Code and commits suicide.
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Invisible student and high school lacrosse team player Greenberg is often the focus of Bobby Finstock. In any game, he constantly scolds Greenberg, often blaming him for the team’s failures and taunting him in class. Since Greenberg has never been shown on screen, part of the fandom believes that he is a figment of the coach’s imagination.
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Head of the Alpha Pack. Became alpha in 1977. As a result of the meeting with Jellal, Argent, which turned out to be a trap, was blinded. While he was recovering from his injury, one of his bets tried to gain control and Deucalion killed him. In doing so, he learned that alphas get stronger when they kill their own bets.He then convinces Ennis and Kali to kill their packs and join him in creating an alpha pack.
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A werewolf from birth, almost all of whose family died in a terrible fire staged by Kate Argent six years before the start of the series. He killed his uncle Peter Hale and later became an alpha.In the second season, he gathers himself a flock, which includes Isaac Leighy, Vernon Boyd and Erica Reyes. Later, Scott joins his pack to stop the Canima.
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Sixteen-year-old popular high school student, co-captain of the lacrosse team, selfish and narcissistic.For a long time he met with Lydia Martin. During the first season, Jackson discovered that Scott was a werewolf, and desperately wished to be the same. After being bitten, Derek became a Canima – a werewolf lizard. At the end of the second season, Jackson was healed and transformed into an ordinary werewolf.
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Jenniffer Blake (Julia Bakkari)
Jennifer Blake (Julia Baccari)
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Beacon Hills English teacher.Later, her true face is revealed: she is Darak. Darak is a druid who has gone astray. Jennifer also performs the sacrifice. Thanks to her power, she bewitched Derek Hale. She was wounded by Deucalion and finished off by Peter Hale.
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Grandpa Allison, werewolf hunter, bloodthirsty and unprincipled person.Came to Bacon Hills to avenge his daughter Kate. In the season 2 finale, it is revealed that he is actually a cancer patient and his true goal was to get a werewolf bite in order to heal.
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Deputy Sheriff of Police. He is also an as yet unknown supernatural being, immune to fire.At the end of 5A, Lydia decides that he is Cerberus.
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Scott’s classmate, goalkeeper on the high school lacrosse team. Openly gay. He is friendly and helpful in nature. In the third season, he meets with Ethan.
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Aidan’s twin brother, was a member of the Alpha pack led by Deucalion.Together with Aidan, he had the ability to transform into one huge alpha werewolf. Ethan is gay, has dated Denny. After his death, his brother left the city, and his further fate is unknown.
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The only girl from the alpha pack. Deucalion’s right hand. He does not wear shoes, as he uses claws on his feet as a murder weapon.Passionate and cunning, a female predator, joined the pack to be with Ennis, also destroyed her pack and only missed her advisor – Julia Bakkari. Since, according to Kali, the girl was weak and harmless, Alpha left her to die without finishing her off. Which, of course, was her mistake. Jennifer Blake was killed.
Katashi (Silver Finger)
Katashi (Silver finger)
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Former member of the Yakuza, paranoid reclusive.He received the nickname “Silver Finger” because of the unusual silver little finger prosthesis. Ashamed of nearly escaping when attacked by the Oni demons 24 years ago. He considers himself to be indebted to Chris for saving his life and military honor.
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Werewolf hunter, Aunt Allison.In the past, she had a relationship with Derek Hale. Then she betrayed him and set fire to his house, as a result of which most of Derek’s relatives died. At the end of the first season, Peter Hale kills Kate by ripping open her throat with his claws. But later it turns out that Kate is not dead. The wounds inflicted by Peter’s claws turned Kate into a dangerous werewolf jaguar.
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Werewolf.He made deals, worked for Katashi. After his death, he tried to steal the valuables of the deceased boss from the evidence vault.
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New student of the school, daughter of a history teacher. At first, Kira is very timid and shy, then it turns out that she is Kitsune – a werewolf fox. Has the ability to control electrical current.Kira first becomes Scott’s girlfriend, and then – his girlfriend.
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Stiles Stilinski’s mother, died six years before the start of the series from frontotemporal dementia. When Claudia was hospitalized, Stiles was always by her side. In Season 3, Stiles begins to show the same symptoms as his mother, but then turns out to be the result of Nogitsune’s exposure.
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Werewolf, younger sister of Derek Hale, who believed she died in a fire six years ago. Although she is only seventeen, she has experienced a lot of loss and suffering. Left for South America at the end of the first half of the third season.
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Father Allison, werewolf hunter.A firm, determined and honest person. Initially hostile towards werewolves and opposed to Allison dating Scott. Later, he changes his mind and becomes an ally of Scott.
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Boss of the Yakuza, was possessed by Nogitsune. He was later killed by the Oni demons while making a deal with Chris Argent.The fountain was stained with his blood, and the lichen “Wolf’s Litaria”, which has special properties, grew in its place.
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Appears in the fourth season of the series, fifteen-year-old schoolboy. He is subject to uncontrollable outbursts of anger, which brings him many problems and even led to expulsion from the previous school.Liam became a werewolf after being bitten by Scott McCall. Scott, feeling his responsibility to Liam, teaches him to control his rage during the full moons.
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After the events of the second season – the banshee. Lydia hides her amazing intelligence, which, most likely, can scare off many people.Understands psychology and principles of social interaction. She was originally portrayed as a fashionable, headstrong girl. Was in a relationship with Jackson Wittmore, and then Aidan. She was the object of love of Stiles Stilinski.
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Sister of Derek Hale. In the canon, it appears in an already “cut form”.It is further revealed that Laura was an alpha until Peter lured her into town and killed her.
Malia Tate (Malia Hale)
Malia Tate (Malia Hale)
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Werewolf, spent eight years of her life in the guise of a coyote, after she killed her mother and younger sister at the age of nine during the full moon.After the incident, she was stuck in the skin of a coyote until Scott McCall forced her to take on a human form. Mentally unstable and socially unadapted. Sympathizes with Stiles Stilinski. Later it turns out to be the daughter of Peter Hale.
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School psychologist and French teacher, younger sister of Alan Deaton, counselor to Deucalion.
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Apprentice, friend of Liam, gay. Mason is not aware that Liam is a werewolf, although he notices how he began to behave strangely.
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Scott McCall’s mother.She is divorced, therefore she is raising her son alone. She works as a nurse in a city hospital. She was shocked when she learned that Scott is a werewolf, but quickly accepted his new essence. Melissa is a loving mother, she helps her son in everything and always supports him.
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Patient from Echo House (psychiatric clinic).Banshee. Emotionally unstable, extremely withdrawn. It is later revealed that it is Meredith who is the unknown Benefactor from the fourth season.
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Isaac Leahy’s abusive father; often punished his son by locking him in the freezer in the basement for a long time. Bacon Hills Cemetery owner and former coach of the city’s swimming team.Killed by the Canima.
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School student, photographer. Matt likes Allison Argent, he practically follows her, often filming on camera. As a child, he almost drowned when members of the swimming team pushed him into the pool. Matt was traumatized and resentful. Having become the master of the Canima (Jackson), he takes revenge on his offenders by killing them.
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Kira’s mother is also a kitsune (werewolf fox). According to her, she is at least 900 years old. He is the master of the Oni demons. In 1943, she awakened the spirit of Nogitsune, the confrontation with which continues to this day.
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Derek’s first love.They met and fell in love when they were in high school. Derek feared that Paige would lose if she knew his true nature. She was bitten by Ennis at the request of Peter, but her body could not cope and she died in the arms of Derek, who killed her, saving her from excruciating pain, after which his eyes changed color. Paige’s death empowered Nemeton and saved Julia Bakkari (Jennifer Blake).
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Werewolf from birth, former Alpha.When the Hale house was set on fire by the hunters, Peter, who was at that moment in the house with his family, was the only survivor of this fire.
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Scott’s father, ex-husband of Melissa. As an FBI agent, he came to the city to remove Stilinski from the post of sheriff and, along the way, engaged in unsolved cases, gets involved in a confrontation with Nogitsune.
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Hunter, one of those who captured Peter and Derek. During interrogation, he threatened to cut one of them in half to get information.
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Sixteen-year-old schoolboy, the main character of the series, around whom for the most part the whole mystical-dramatic story takes place.He became a werewolf after being bitten by an alpha in the forest, where he went with his best friend Stiles Stilinski in search of half of the corpse. Initially considering his abilities as a curse, he tries to find a cure for lycanthropy, but, having lost the chance to heal, he begins to get used to a new way of life.
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Sixteen-year-old schoolboy, best friend of the main character Scott McCall.His father is a sheriff, and his mother died when he was still a child. He has an extraordinary mind, the first to understand what is happening with Scott when he became a werewolf. Throughout the episode, Stiles Stilinski supports Scott in his problems and helps balance his double life. Stiles is a sarcastic, funny and outspoken character.
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Derek’s mother and Peter’s older sister.Was alpha to Laura, Peter and Derek. She possessed a rare ability for her species to completely transform into a wolf and was respected among other alphas, including Deucalion.
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Werewolf, studied with Scott and Stiles in elementary school, but left afterwards. In season 5, he is transferred to the graduating class of Beacon Hills School.Has the ability to completely transform into a wolf.
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A schoolgirl with parasomnia. Becomes a canima chimera.
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Schoolgirl, Stiles’ childhood friend.
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Transferred to Beacon Hills School at the start of Season 5. Studied with Liam in 6th grade, when he accidentally broke her nose, Hayden broke his nose in return.
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Police Chief, Stiles Stilinski’s father.He was on the right track in the investigation of the murders, linking them to the fire in the Hale house six years ago..