List of Bishop's College School alumni

Bishop's College School, a private secondary school founded in 1836 in the Borough of Lennoxville, Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada owns an Old boy network. Former male students are referred to as BCS Old Boys and former King's Hall, Compton & BCS female students are referred to as Old Girls. BCS's sister school, King's Hall, Compton, was founded in 1872 in Compton, Québec and merged with BCS in 1972.

The official charter of the Bishop's College School BCS Alumni Association was granted in 1901. The Heneker-Williams Society was created by the Board of Directors of the BCS Association to honour individuals who by leadership and example, have set the standard for volunteer support of Bishop's College School and King's Hall, Compton.

This list is a collection of notable BCS/KHC Alumni. For a list of BCS/KHC faculty see List of Bishop's College School Faculty.

Bishop's College School and Bishop's University have been two separate independent institutions since 1922, after sharing space on Bishop's University campus for nearly 80 years. Please do not include BU alumni on this page.

Educators and thinkersEdit

 
General Sir William Heneker

Sciences and engineeringEdit

 
Reginald Fessenden, Inventor of Radio

Medicine and humanitariansEdit

 
Sise & Dr Bethune

Arts and mediaEdit

 
Paul Almond
 
Michael Ondaatje
 
Ntare Mwine

Military serviceEdit

 
General Andrew McNaughton BCS'01
 
The Right Hon.Andrew Hamilton Gault

LegalEdit

 
F.E. Meredith

Political figuresEdit

 
Commander J.K.L. Ross of Montreal
 
Hartland de Montarville Molson
 
US Secretary of State, John Kerry and Derek Bryson Park; Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts.

BusinessEdit

 
Anthony R. Graham
 
Sir Montagu Allan

ReligionEdit

 
Clarendon Lamb Worrell

SportsEdit

BCS Hockey Program was established in 1914 and the BCS Memorial Arena is the oldest indoor rink in Canada donated by the alumni.

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