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Governor General Julie Payette, seen here delivering the Speech from the Throne in December, will present the History Award for Excellence in Teaching on Jan. 20 to David Brian and Stephen Punga, two teachers from Windsor’s Academie Ste-Cecile. SEAN KILPATRICK / POOL/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES A project by students at Academie Ste-Cecile to research, document and map
A spelling savant on the national stage, Rishi Damarla, 13, won the Spelling Bee of Canada and he’ll travel to Washington D. C. for the Scripps National Spelling Bee later this month. NICK BRANCACCIO / WINDSOR STAR When Rishi Damarla spelled that word right in Toronto on Sunday, he eliminated 15 of the best young spellers
It is the latest honour for Marcus Deans, a Grade 12 student at Academie Ste. Cecile. The Barron Prize includes $10,000 to aid the winners in their service work or pursuit of higher education.
Published in BIZ-X Magazine – October 2017 Windsor’s Teodora Taleski has been singing for as long as she can remember and her dreams have been realized with the release in late September of her first extended play compact disc. Titled, appropriately, “ln The Beginning,” the six-song disc features original songs with Taleski herself providing the
Alexander Deans was recently flown to London and granted a Queen’s Young Leader Award from the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. (Alexander Deans) CBC News Posted: Jul 05, 2017 9:29 AM ETLast Updated: Jul 05, 2017 10:49 AM ET Alexander Deans has seen the recently retired Bishop of London wear Snapchat glasses and had a private conversation with
Dave Waddell, Windsor Star Published on: March 26, 2017 | Last Updated: March 26, 2017 6:11 PM EDT High school student Marcus Deans, left, meets with Dr. James Gauld in the University of Windsor chemistry teaching lab on March 24, 2017. Nick Brancaccio / Windsor Star Marcus Deans displayed one of the most important characteristics
Small classes are only one of the many advantages that make Academie Ste-Cecile International School (ASCIS), Windsor’s most established private school, an exceptional educational experience. Since 1993, hundreds of high-achieving students have flourished in the school’s challenging but supportive atmosphere. According to its Vision Statement, ASCIS is designed to “educate, support and prepare students to
The International Baccalaureate – or IB – is synonymous with academic excellence for millions of parents and students around the world. This program is known for developing in young people the intellectual, personal, emotional, and social skills needed to live, learn, and work in a rapidly globalizing environment.
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