Talk about impressive! The TCDSB’s top scholars list was unveiled today, and you should all be VERY proud of yourselves, and all the hard work you’ve put in, to get to this point! Best of luck (not that you’ll need it) in your future!
Nicola Sahar of Bishop Allen Academy, who achieved an average of 100 per cent in his final grades, is heading to McMaster University in September to study health sciences. He hopes to become a neurosurgeon.
Catherine Spagnuolo of Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School, who also got 100 per cent in her final grades, will be going to York University to study biology and hopes to become a doctor.
The other two top scholars were Alexandra Majerski with a 99.83 average and Alexander Gabinet-Equihua with a 99.50 average. Both students recently graduated from Bishop Allen Academy.
Majerski will be studying life sciences at the University of Toronto, and Gabinet-Equihua will also be going to the University of Toronto to study commerce and life sciences.
Education director Bruce Rodrigues said in a release, “These students are to be congratulated for their ability to balance high academic standards with service to their community.”
Click here to see the full list of top scholars.
The Toronto District School Board’s top scholars won’t be disclosed until early next week, a spokeswoman said.