Top high school students in GTA

  • August 25, 2009
{mosimage}The top three graduating students from Catholic school boards in the GTA.

durham.jpgDurham Catholic District School Board

  • Laura Boland, All Saints Catholic High School (Whitby), 97.3 per cent.
  • Janille Giambattista, All Saints Catholic High School (Whitby), 96.8 per cent.
  • Michael Multan, St. Mary Catholic High School (Pickering), 96.3 per cent.

Dufferin-Peel.gifDufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

  • Richard Hae, St. Francis Xavier High School (Mississauga), 99.34 per cent.
  • Darren Fernandes, St. Edmund Campion High School (Brampton), 99.17 per cent.
  • Oliver Cardoza, Robert F. Hall Catholic High School (Caledon/Dufferin County), 94.5 per cent.

halton.jpgHalton Catholic District School Board

  • Alexandra Gatza, Assumption Catholic High School (Burlington), 94 per cent.
  • Michael Chwalek, Bishop Reding Catholic High School (Milton), 94.1 per cent.
  • Brigitte Babin, Christ the King High School (Georgetown) 95.33 per cent.

hamilton.jpgHamilton-Wentworth Catholic District High School

  • Tynasha Thomas-Williams, St. Thomas More Catholic High School (Hamilton), 97.17 per cent.
  • Lauren Salci, Bishop Tonnos Catholic High School (Ancaster), 97 per cent.
  • Aimee Castro, St. Jean de Brebeuf High School (Hamilton), 96.88 per cent.

toronto.jpgToronto Catholic District School Board

  • Jane Cmorejova, Bishop Allen Academy (Etobicoke), 100 per cent.
  • Ania Ochocinski, Bishop Allen Academy (Etobicoke), 99.83 per cent.
  • Olga Paprotska, Bishop Allen Academy (Etobicoke), 99.33 per cent.

york.gifYork Catholic District School Board

  • Gabrielle Woo, St. Robert Catholic High School (Thornhill), 99.33 per cent.
  • Janice Lim, Brother Andre Catholic High School (Markham), 99.17 per cent.
  • Alessia Dolcetti, St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School (Richmond Hill), 98.5 per cent.

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