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Our House Structure

Our House Structure

Mulgrave School has four House Teams to which each student is assigned. New students are assigned with the gift of our teddy bear, Constantine, who is wearing their house shirt colour.

The houses are named after Nobel Prize Winners. House competitions and events are arranged in the Junior, Middle, and Senior Schools throughout the year with an emphasis on participation and enjoyment. One House Captain and two Deputy House Captains from Grades 11 or 12 are selected in June to promote spirit and lead each house in its goal to win the House Cup. 

Learn more about the history of our Houses

Churchill

The Churchill House is named after Winston Churchill who was twice Prime Minister of England as well as a master military strategist, a gifted orator, and a prolific writer. He received the 1953 Nobel Prize in Literature. The House’s main colour is yellow. 

Luther King

The Luther King House is named after Martin Luther King, Jr. He was known for being at the forefront of the American civil rights movement and is best remembered for his stirring speeches advocating freedom for all and the eradication of injustice. Dr. King was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize (1964). The House’s main colour is blue. 

Curie

The Curie House is named after Marie Curie, a researcher and scientist who was lauded for her work in helping to isolate radium and discover therapeutic properties for it. She received the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics along with her husband, Pierre Curie, and their partner, Henri Bequerel, for discovering radioactivity. In 1911, Marie Curie received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her work in radioactivity. The House’s main colour is red. 

Smith

The Smith House is named after Michael Smith, a British chemist who was recognized for his work in furthering the fields of genetics and protein studies. He spent the majority of his career in various positions at the University of British Columbia where he established the UBS Biotechnical Laboratories, now re-named the Michael Smith Laboratories in his honour. He received the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The House’s main colour is green.