Students in the Upper Grand District School Board’s Beyond Borders program presented their final project at the River Run Centre on January 18th in the form of a charity gala.
Two students from College Heights Secondary School have successfully completed the HAAS CNC Operator certification.
Students in grade 8 have been getting a taste of what high school will be like through the secondary school Grade 8 Days.
On November 5, UGDSB’s Beyond Borders program and the Business Centre of Guelph-Wellington partnered to host the annual Women in Leadership Day at Tytler Public School.
Students at J.D. Hogarth Public School were visited by Patrick Anderson on October 22 to officially launch the Upper Grand District School Board’s Patrick Anderson Wheelchair Basketball program.
On Oct. 18, CHSS students heard about careers in fashion, the Canadian Air Force, yoga and wellness, firefighting, real estate and more. The catch? All that advice had come from the same person.
SHSM students from three Upper Grand DSB high schools took part in a one-of-a-kind workshop and certification program focused on workplace wellness.
Centre Wellington District High School students are helping a local not-for-profit, putting their specialized skills to work.
Guelph students enrolled in Specialist High Skills Major programs have taken another positive step toward bolstering their employability following high school.
In a matter of hours, Upper Grand students raised thousands of dollars to support a number of charitable causes.