Students are filmed by Global TV cleaning up Japanese tsunami debris along the Tofino coastline (Kenta, Helen, Amalia, Cassandra, Shuli and teacher of Marine Science, Laura Verhegge). Kenta plans to create an artpiece out of the debris that will be exhibited in Canada and Japan.
Makyla Walerickton (PC YR 36) of Guelph, ON has been awarded a Bell Scholarship at Mount Allison University, ranked Canada’s top undergraduate university by Maclean’s a record 16 times in the past 22 years. Valued at $48,000 over four years, it is one of the most valuable and distinguished entrance awards at the University.
Walerickton attended Guelph Collegiate Vocational School before graduating from the international baccalaureate program at Lester B. Pearson United World College of the Pacific in Victoria, BC. She is studying geography at Mount Allison.