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Student Awards and Recognition

At our school we have many positive achievements to celebrate. Visit this page to learn what great things our students are up to.

Congratulations to the winners of the Waterloo Computer Competition!

Results for this year’s University of Waterloo Computer Competition have come in and we have 14 junior students who have been crowned Ontario Central/West Regional winners. No other school in Canada has move Regional winners than Glenforest! These students will each be receiving a plaque and $100 from the University.

In the senior contest, Chris Zhang made it into Group 4 of the Canadian Student Honour Roll. AND Calvin Liu placed top 25 of all students in Canada, qualifying him to Stage 2 of the contest where he will be competing for a spot in Canada’s International Olympiad in Informatics team.

Please join me in congratulating these computer wizards!  
http://cemc.uwaterloo.ca/contests/computing/2014/stage%201/2014CCCStage1Results.pdf

And the names of the 14 juniors are..

Zhu, Hanyu  (Bill)

Zhong, Weiwei

Wang, Kevin

Vo, Phillip

V, Connor

Taylor, Jacob

Sabie, Ahmed

Razavi, Mohammad

Ravichandran, Madu

Kweon, Andrew

Keerthi, Aditya

Gupta, Saswata

Deguzman, Christopher

Almeida, Bruno

 

 

 

Congratulations Glenforest on Sweeping the IDI Peel Region First

Ever Art and Essay Contest!

The Intercultural Dialogue Institute is an internationally recognized organization whose primary goal is to help bring communities together to promote compassion, cooperation, partnership and community service through intercultural dialogue and conversation whose mission of encouraging the study of the global communities’ cultural traditions from the vantage point of respect, accuracy, and appreciation is exhibited through such efforts as the Peel Region Art and Essay contest amongst numerous others.
We were proud to have eight talented Glenforest students as finalists in this contest whose theme, “Who’s my neighbor”, inspired them to explore their relationships with those around them and to celebrate their diverse cultural backgrounds as well as their own rich heritage.

Our students and their parents were treated to a gala dinner at the Mississauga Convention Centre amongst such illustrious company as Tony Pontes, Director of Education, Deep Saini, Principal of University of Mississauga and Rosey Edeh, the anchor and host of News at Noon amongst many others!


Out of a total of eight finalists from Glenforest, one for Art and the other seven for the Essay component, we had the following students receive various goody bags and four win either a brand new Wacom Bamboo Capture Tablet, a Microsoft Surface or an HP Laptop!

For the Art component :
S Barakov 3rd place for his artwork titled : Beggar is My Neighbor under the tutelage of Ms.Galvao


For the Essay component:
The four finalists who made it to the final tier:
A Arefeen
N Pol
N Bansal
K He

C Deguzman 3rd place for Preventing the Death of Neighbourliness
M Currie 2nd place for Hope Can Never Be Completely Gone
L Li for 1st place for Impact

This is a wonderful achievement for our students and for our school! Please take a moment to congratulate these students if you know them! 
 

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