A cybersecurity team from Centre Wellington District High School has done it again, punching above their weight and placing well in a national cybersecurity competition.
A student from CWDHS has become the first high school student and the youngest person in Canada to achieve an important certification in cybersecurity.
After four months of practice and competition, FalconTech King’s Guard representing Centre Wellington DHS will advance to the CyberTitan National Finals.
The Upper Grand District School Board is offering grade 12 students the opportunity to apply for a summer co-op in the skilled trades.
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.
Girls in grades 6-8 at Mono-Amaranth Public School have been given the opportunity to learn about coding through their school’s Hackergals club.
Two students at Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute have been named winners of an award from the National Centre for Women and Information Technology.
A teacher at Centre Wellington District High School has been named a recipient of the 2019 Making IT Happen award.
Grade 8 students in Orangeville got a taste of what high school will be like on November 6, as Orangeville District Secondary School and Westside Secondary School held their Grade 8 Tech Days.