In 2017, graduating Guelph CVI student Raymond Tu was awarded the Morehead-Cain scholarship. Now having completed his time at the University of North Carolina, Raymond is back in Canada after receiving the McCall MacBain Scholarship to pursue a graduate degree in Toxicology and Pharmacology at McGill University.
Former John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute student Haley Davis, is preparing for a 150 km fundraising run to benefit cancer research.
UGDSB class of 2017 graduate Aaron MacPherson recently entered The Greatest Baker competition and was selected as one of the contestants.
Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute is making the best of an usual end to the school year in a way that benefits several Canadian charities.
Orangeville District Secondary School graduate Jeff Ellis has recently been appointed the Events Coordinator with Nordiq Canada.
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 August 12, four-time Paralympic Champion, Patrick Anderson visited Centre Wellington District High School to film an inspirational and instructional video about wheelchair basketball.
John F. Ross CVI is getting ready to induct four new members to the John F. Ross CVI Hall of Fame.
A former Guelph resident and Upper Grand District School Board graduate has been named a winner of the Nobel Prize.
The academic council at Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute invited more than 30 alumni that graduated within the past 10 years back to the school to talk to current students.