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TDSB Top Scholars for 2016-2017 Announced

Thursday, July 20, 2017
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB

Top Scholars

The Toronto District School Board is pleased to announce this year's TDSB Top Scholars. The following nine students attained averages of 99% or above during the 2016-2017 academic year.

·         Jessica Chan – Dr. Norman Bethune CI

·         Roi Levy - William Lyon Mackenzie CI

·         Maunica Toleti - SATEC @ W A Porter CI

·         Aviv Padawer-Blatt - Bloor CI

·         Gwyneth Campbell - Contact Alternative School

·         Hannah He - Marc Garneau CI

·         Jason Huang - Marc Garneau CI

·         Ryan Lin - Marc Garneau CI

·         Jacqueline McLean - Richview CI

In a panel hosted at Dr. Norman Bethune CI on July 20, 2017, these Top Scholars shared their many  hobbies, interests, and pursuits including puppetry instructing at local community centres, studying Japanese in anticipation of teaching abroad, working in a lab to treat neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s, and mastering the electric guitar. 

Each student has their own interesting perspectives on how they received their top marks and advice for younger students entering high school.  All of these students are headed to different post-secondary institutions in September including the University of Toronto, Queens, University of Waterloo, and Harvard University.  


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