Headwaters Academy News

  1. Early Testimonials

    Headwaters Academy has enjoyed its first two full weeks of learning.  Here is a sample of what our parents and supporters are already saying:   “I want to thank you so much for the opportunity for [our daughter]. She has... Read Full Article
  2. Volunteer Gallery – May 13, 2017

    These were our incredible volunteers working at Headwaters to finish our building and start our outdoor landscaping on sunny May 13th .  It takes a community to build a school – our volunteers take this to heart! Trevor Black Fran... Read Full Article
  3. Hidden Ability

    In two weeks my Grade 5 students here in Bermuda will host the 8th Annual What Matters Conference.  This is a conference that my students started back in 2010 and it includes research projects by students on topics that matter... Read Full Article
  4. Trailblazer Thursdays at Headwaters Academy

    Headwaters Academy’s website has had, from its inception, a main landing page with the quote “learning cannot be constrained by four walls”.  We know, from experience, that children engaging with the world beyond our school boundaries will lead to higher... Read Full Article
  5. Sustainable School Finance

    Sustainable School Finance – A Post by Principal Brown   How money is spent in schools is an important topic.  I might be far more animated when speaking of student achievement, innovative education programs, forward thinking assessment, and student-led entrepreneurship.  ... Read Full Article
  6. A School Built for Learning

    As I (Headwaters Principal Mark Brown) prepare to leave Bermuda word is leaking out that I’m moving on to open a new school.  The question that parents and colleagues invariably ask is “what kind of school is it?”   My... Read Full Article
  7. Purposeful Outdoor Education

      Headwaters Academy is located on 110 acres of shared outdoor space with the Elephant Thoughts Experiential Education Centre, formerly known as Kimbercote Farm.  Perched on the Niagara Escarpment overlooking Georgian Bay, we have streams, ponds, forests, and fields with... Read Full Article