We want to say “CONGRATULATIONS!” to Omar Anany on being awarded the President’s Scholarship from the university of Guelph. This $42,000 scholarship is considered one of the most prestigious entrance awards at the University of Guelph. Selection is made on superior leadership ability and potential as demonstrated through positions held, extra-curricular activities, involvement in high school and communities. We are so happy for you!
Omar will be studying Biomedical Sciences at the University of Guelph.
“There’s no way I would’ve won this scholarship without the support I received during my years in the IB. I’m especially grateful to the IB coordinators for working so hard to make such an amazing program! IB pushed me out of my comfort zone and helped me do things I never imagined myself doing. The teachers have always been there to support me and have pushed me to constantly get better. This scholarship is definitely a big step towards helping me have a career in medical research.” (Omar)
We so happy for Ashna Jain! CONGRATULATIONS on being awarded the University of Toronto National Scholarship AND the Dean’s Merit Award for Engineering!!
The National Scholarship recognizes original and creative thinkers, community leaders, and high academic achievers. It is U of T’s most prestigious award for Canadian high school students entering the university; the National Scholarship covers tuition, incidental and residence fees for up to four years of study is valued at approximately $110,000. The $10,000 Dean’s Merit Award is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and extra-curricular involvement.
Ashna will be studying Industrial Engineering.
“My life goal is to make a positive difference in our world through the development of sustainable systems. I am studying industrial engineering to develop my problem-solving skills. The Center of Global Engineering at UofT is an opportunity for me to engage in impactful projects. I am grateful for the enriching learning opportunities and challenges that I have had in the IB Program at GCVI. I am surrounded by a strong community of friends and teachers. Thank you for an incredible high school experience!”
Congratulations to Andrew (Andy) Salgo!! Not only did he get into his first choice university in the UK but he was awarded the $8,000 Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) Bursary! This award is only given to 5 recipients across Ontario and it provides minor hockey players recognition of their outstanding commitment to:
- Community service: assisting in building stronger and healthier communities
- Athletics: on-ice success/achievement, as well a passion for the game of hockey
- Academics: dedication to studies and attainment of high grades in the classroom
Andy will be studying law at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom.
“The legal field has always been a source of great excitement for me. My dream is to be able to use my education and the passion I have in this field to be able to help people who find themselves in difficult situations while maintaining society’s safety. I chose to study law as it is the first tangible step I can take towards achieving this goal.”
“I think as a student at GCVI I was extremely lucky because I benefited from the IB program which was a perfect fit for me as it constantly challenged me and helped stay engaged in my studies. But more important than this was the staff I was able to work with. The teachers I have worked with have been amazing, they are all extremely dedicated to the success of each student and creating a successful learning environment. Without the help of the many amazing staff at GCVI I know that I would not be in the same position I am in today.”
We will miss you, Andy!
Congratulations to Noorain Mamdani who received a received a $14,000 scholarship to U of G for academic achievement and an additional $3500 entrance scholarship, totalling $17500! Your quiet and kind leadership will be missed at GCVI! She is a volunteer extraordinaire, putting in over 500 hours helping in the school and in the community.
Noorain is going to U of G for Biomedical Sciences, and hopes to go into the medical field one day.
“I hope to use my education to help individuals and families in the healthcare system. I am grateful to the teachers and staff at GCVI for their support and guidance for the past four years. The IB program provided me with many academic and extracurricular opportunities, as well as challenges along the way. GCVI and the IB program have allowed me to make lifelong memories and friends. Thank you!”