August 2013 Newsletter

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August 2013 Newsletter
J
OHNSTON HEIGHTS SECONDARY SCHOOL
15350 – 99 Avenue, Surrey, B.C. • V3R 0R9 • Phone: 604-581-5500 • Fax: 604-583-9286
https://www.surreyschools.ca/schools/johnht/Pages/default.aspx
August 2013 Newsletter
Inside this issue
Principal’s Message
Vice Principals’ Corner
Important Office Information
2012/2013 Secondary School
Calendar dates
2012/2013 Secondary School
Fees & Pricing
Special Notes for New Students
Information for Opening Day
Information Regarding Timetables
JH Band/JH Choir Notes
Counsellor’s Corner
Miscellaneous Information
Upcoming Events
Surrey Connect
Career Centre
Hidden Apprentice
District Partnerships
Career Planning
Emergency Parking
Yearbook
2011/2012 Honour Roll
2011/2012 Scholarship Winners
2012/2013 Secondary School
Year Calendar
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9-10
11
12
13
14
15-16
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18
19
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20
21-22
23-26
27-28
Our Values
Innovation
Growth
Sharing
Sustainability
School Plan Goals
1. To further develop Johnston
Heights’ culture of caring and
respect for learning through
growth of students’ academic,
personal and social
responsibility.
2. To increase student engagement
by fostering Johnston Heights’
values of sustainability,
innovation and growth in
teaching and learning.
VICE PRINCIPAL’S CORNER
By Mr. Chow, Ms. Weldon, Mr Killawee
WELCOME TO 2013-2014!
Welcome back to another school year! We look forward to working with everyone in the Johnston
Heights Secondary community: students, teachers, parents and neighbours. Please see us with questions,
concerns, and information!
VALUABLES
As hard as we try to prevent theft from occurring at Johnston Heights, it does happen! Please do not bring
expensive items to school and if you must, please ensure that they are locked away at all times. Once an
item goes missing, it is very difficult to get back. Note: Student personal property brought to school is not
covered by the District’s insurance. *Do not ever share lock combinations and always lock up items
stored in changing rooms during PE class or lunch activities in the gym.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
If your son or daughter brings any electronic devices (phones, Ipod’s, etc.) to school, they are to be turned
off and put away (bag, locker, etc.) during instructional time. If you need to reach your son or daughter,
for a family emergency, please contact the office. We are happy to help out. No photographs or videos
are ever to be taken at any time at school unless it is part of a curricular project with direct teacher
supervision.
DRIVERS
Some of our students drive vehicles to school. We would ask that they do so in a mature and safe manner.
Please ensure that the Student registers his or her vehicle with the office. Everyone should drive slowly in
the parking lot and comply with passenger restrictions when driving with their “N”. Police will be in the
school parking lot at various times during the school year doing checks on vehicles. Parents . . . please talk
with your son or daughter about being extra cautious. We want all our students to be safe each and every
day.
STUDENT DROP OFF
Parents, please drive your vehicle as far as possible on the pull-out area on 99th Street before stopping to
drop off your children. We appreciate your assistance as we work with you to keep traffic moving and
students safe.
ATTENDANCE
Regular, punctual attendance is critical to your son’s or daughter’s educational success. Please ensure that
your son or daughter is in every class, every day and on time. If, for any reason, they are unable to attend
school, a call from home to the school is required and appreciated. Knowing your child’s student
number is also very helpful.
If you moved this summer and will not
be returning to Johnston Heights,
please advise the school ASAP.
If you have a change of address, email
address, phone, cell, or work number, it
is also essential to let us know in order
to ensure that you receive
all information regarding
new school start-up
procedures as well as to update your
child’s emergency contact list..
Attendance
Regular attendance is a major factor contributing to student success in school. We expect that
students enrolled at Johnston Heights Secondary will attend school
regularly and report on time for homeroom and other
scheduled classes.
Absences
Parents are asked to contact the school at 604-5815500 to report all student absences. If students are only going to be away for part of the day, a parental note is
required upon returning to the school. Messages left on
the school answering machine are checked
every morning.
Early Dismissal
Students who must leave school early must sign out at
the office. We expect students signing out to provide the
office with a parent/guardian’s written permission for
early dismissal. In cases where written permission is not
provid ed, the office staff w ill contact
parents/guardians to obtain
verbal permission.
Students are not to leave the school premises during
class time without first notifying the office. To do so is
truancy.
School Supplies
Standard supplies that students need
include the following:

1 1/2 inch three ring binder

lined loose-leaf paper
Tardiness

pens (blue and red)

pencils

coloured pencils
Students are expected to be at school and in class
on time. It is the student’s responsibility to be
punctual for all classes.

ruler

small scissors

glue stick

Pocket
dictionary


black fine liner pen

SIGN-IN - Students are required to sign-in with a phone call from parents.

calculator

SIGN-OUT - Students are required to report to the office with a note or have a
ABSENT or LATE - Parents are asked to phone the school in the a.m. and
send a note for the teacher.
parent phone in if they leave the building for appointments, etc. During power
outages, students should remain on the property until directed otherwise by
school administration.

PHONES - Bring 25 cents for phones (Pay phones on site)

NEW ADDRESS - Please contact the office with any address and telephone
number changes, etc.
Johnston Heights Secondary School Fees
& Pricing 2013/14
Parents and students are advised of the following optional fees and workbook pricing for the 2013/14 school
year.
The school will provide the basic materials and resources necessary for students to meet the learning
outcomes for each course. Students will need to continue to provide their own basic supplies and equipment
for their own personal use such as paper, writing tools, calculators, notebooks, gym attire and musical
instruments. Workbooks may be provided to students on loan or they may be purchased outright.
Some courses such as textiles and woodwork provide students with the option of using different or better
quality materials which they may bring from home or purchase from the school at cost.
Some courses offer optional certifications or external examinations for which there are charges.
If you wish to discuss the implications that these charges have for your son or daughter, please
contact the Vice-Principals Ms. Weldon, Mr. Killawee, or Mr. Chow.
Schedule of Fees and Pricing
Student AcƟvity Fee (student agenda, go card, student
council events, locker)
AthleƟc Fee
$35.00
nd
$25.00
2 Sport
$25.00
Grad Commencement Fee (Cap and Gown ceremony)
$30.00
Advanced Placement Exam
$65.00
Yearbook
$40.00
Graphing Calculator (refundable deposit)
$50.00
First Aid (opƟonal cerƟficaƟon)
$10.00
AccounƟng 11 (Workbook)
$25.00
French 11 (Workbook)
$12.00
French 12 (Workbook)
$12.00
Spanish 09 & 10 (Workbook)
$20.00
Spanish 11 & 12 (Workbook)
$20.00
**Field Trips – Unless otherwise specified, participation on field trips is optional and there will be a charge**
Welcome to Johnston Heights, the Home of Eagle Pride. You have joined a school that is
rich in traditions of excellence. From its outstanding academic, fine arts, athletics and
practical arts programs to its student leadership and professional staff, Johnston Heights
is a school you will be proud to be a part of.
We encourage you to become a part of this success and become involved early in the
year. There are many ways to be involved in the school such as sport teams, clubs, leadership, volunteerism and intramural activities.
This year we are offering the new students an opportunity to visit early on Wed., August
29th from 9 - 11 a.m. . This provides you with the chance to come to the school before
the first day to receive your locker and locate your Period “1" Homeroom and classrooms
before the other students arrive. It will help lessen your stress during the first week of
school. If you take advantage of this opportunity, you should bring your school materials
on that day so that you can store them in your locker. The minimum you should bring is
pens, pencils, 3-ring binders and paper. Individual teachers will advise you of any other
required materials. You should bring your timetable so that you can locate your first
semester classes. We will have some students available to assist you.
Please note this event is for new students in grades 9-12. During the first week of school,
staff have organized special events for our grade 8 students to help ease the transition
into the high school setting.
INFORMATION FOR OPENING DAY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th
Grade 8 Students:

Should arrive at 9:45 a.m. and remain outside in the front of the school. Period “1” (Homeroom)
will begin at 10 a.m. School will dismiss at approximately 12:00 p.m. Grade 8’s don’t have “X”
blocks.
Grade 9, 10, 11, and 12 Students:

Should arrive at 10:15 a.m. and are to remain outside until informed to enter. Period 1
(Homeroom) for Grade 9 - 12 will begin at 10:30 a.m. School will dismiss at approximately 12:00
p.m. (except for “X” block students).
*All students period run through (2,3,4) 11:00 - 12:00. (15 minutes per period)
“2” 11:00 - 11:15
“3” 11:20 - 11:35
“4” 11:40 - 11:55
*** Students who have a scheduled “X” period will drop in to their “X” period at 12:00p.m.
Students who are not in attendance in Period “1” will be considered a “no show” and may lose their
scheduled classes and their places given to other students.
Things to Bring:

The enclosed copy of your timetable.

Pens, pencils, loose-leaf paper, and one 3-ring binder to begin with—supplies needed for various
courses will be outlined by the teaching staff when the class meets for the first time.
Things you will Receive in Period “1” (Homeroom) —TUESDAY, September 4th:

Fee Statement

Internet Access Agreement

Vehicle Registration Form (for parking permit privileges)

Student Information Form
Research shows that students who come to school on time are more likely to be academically successful that their tardy counterparts. To this end, the Teachers and Administration at Johnston Heights are
focussing much effort in ensuring students get to school and class on time. The student agenda clearly
states “…It is expected that students will demonstrate their personal responsibility by being present at
and punctual to all classes. Lates to all classes will be dealt with by individual teachers. Repeated
lates will result in teacher referral to administration.
Parents play a significant role in ensuring their children get to school on time. We ask all parents to
work in partnership with the school and ensure that their children are brought to school on time.. A
reminder that school starts (warning bell) at 8:35 a.m. and 12:10 p.m. after lunch. Please see
Johnston Heights bell schedule on the following page.
INFORMATION REGARDING
TIMETABLES
Dear Student and Parent/Guardian:
Enclosed you will find a copy of the student timetable for the school year 2013-2014.
Your timetable should be complete with eight courses. If it shows fewer than eight courses, the
counselling staff will make the appropriate changes during the first week of school.
Any students who passed a remedial (4 week) summer school course in Surrey will have their
timetable adjusted by their counsellor before school opening. Results from the full credit (6 week)
summer school courses will not be available before school opening and thus will be processed in early
September.
Students who are not in attendance in Period “1” on September 3rd will be considered a no show and
may lose their scheduled classes. Please advise the office if you are unable to be in attendance
during the first week of school.
Counselling staff is aware that school start up can be stressful for some students. Students and
parents/guardians should know that counsellors are working as quickly as possible to make
necessary adjustments to incomplete timetables; however, it is important for parents/guardians and
students to realize that the enrolment of new students takes priority at school opening.
We look forward to meeting you in September and are confident that all necessary adjustments will
occur.
Counseling/Administration
The counseling department and administration are looking
forward to another year of assisting students reach their
goals. We are responsible for the following grades:
Counsellors
Ms. D. Phelan
Mr. H. Sidhu
Ms. E. Weber
Administrators
Mr. R. Killawee
Ms. C. Weldon
Mr. E. Chow
Grade 8—12 (A—H)
Grade 8—12 (I—N)
Grade 8—12 (O—Z)
Grade 8—12 (A—H)
Grade 8—12 (I—N)
Grade 8-12 (O—Z)
JH Band/
JH Choir Notes
JHMUSIC.ORG
Welcome, and Welcome Back!
Both Mr. Holmes and Mr. Honeywell are looking forward to welcoming our new Grade 8’s to the music
program as well as seeing old students return. We believe that music makes a tremendous difference
in a young person's life and we are working to make this the best year ever for our community.
#1. Grade 8 Parent Meeting – Monday, Sept. 10Th, 7:00 PM
There is a Mandatory Music Parent Meeting where we will discuss basic policies, concerts, concert
outfits, fund-raising activities, and field trip plans. This will help in answering the many questions that
arise over the year. Plan to attend this important meeting for Parents of Grade 8 Choir and Band
students.
#2. School Band Instrument Rentals - Thursday, Sept. 6, 3:15 – 5:30 PM
You are responsible for providing your child with a band instrument. School rental instruments are
available for $120.00 annually. If interested, come to our Band Room with a $120.00 cheque made
out to "Johnston Heights Secondary". These instruments are available on a ‘first-come-firstserved’ basis. We are always looking for students to play special instruments including: Tuba,
Baritone Sax, Baritone Horn, Bass Clarinet, or French Horn. These students are heroes and provide
our band with a mature sound.
Note: Financial assistance may be provided for families in need. Contact Mr. Honeywell
#3. Help us Build our EMAIL List
Please sit down with your child at a computer and go to JHMUSIC.ORG Look for the long button in the
middle called “SEND CONTACT INFO”. We are building a current contact list with the email most
used by you and your child so that we can keep you informed of upcoming events.
JH Band/
JH Choir Notes
For Band Students:
Providing Your Own Instrument
The best way to get an instrument is to rent one from one of the many professional stores in our
neighbourhood. Tom Lee - in the T&T mall, Long & McQuade - an awesome
selection, and Matterhorn Music - provides great service.
If you have an instrument passed down from a family member, get it professionally serviced.
Avoid 'Bargain' instruments from Big-Box stores. They are troublesome and inferior.
Please Supply the Following:
Everyone needs to get:
Essential Elements - BOOK I,
a portable music stand for home practice
metronome/chromatic tuner (also available as a free App or online tool – for free)
A.
REED PLAYERS
a box of Strength #3 reeds
a leaning swab and exterior buffing cloth (Flutes use a “J-Cloth”)
B.
BRASS PLAYERS
valve oil (“Blue Juice”, or “Al Cass”) for trumpet, baritone horn, French Horn, tuba
trombone: “Slide-O-Mix”, a water spray bottle, and a cleaning rod
mouthpiece cleaning brush and exterior buffing cloth recommended
C.
PERCUSSION PLAYERS
2 pairs of 5A, ‘Vic Firth’, hickory, wood tip drumstick
1 stick bag
buy or rent Snare Drum
8" tunable practice pad (if no drum set at home)
D.
BASS GUITAR PLAYERS
2 patch cords, with name clearly on them – Always keep in your book bag.
adjustable shoulder strap
Bass Guitar – again, get an App to do this if you have a portable device
Mr. Honeywell (Band)
Mr. Holmes (Choir)
[email protected]
[email protected]
604 581-5500, local 2912
(A to H)
With Ms. D. Phelan
Mr. Hardip Sidhu
(I to N)
Ms. Elizabeth Weber (O to Z)
All new student registrations with be scheduled in 1/2 hour increments
ESL registrations = 1/2 hour
Aboriginal registrations = 1/2 hour
Connections = 1/2 hour
The week before school starts:
Monday, August 27 — Friday, August 31
1st half—new registrations only 9 am—12 noon
Tuesday, September 4 — Friday, September 7
Course changes—Grade 12’s only 1-3 pm
SUMMER SCHOOL POLICY
If you take any Grade 12 academic courses the following policy applies:
Students who pass their summer school course will normally be placed in the next level of that
course or if the course is Grade 12, placed in an alternate. If they wish to retake a course they
have already completed, they must meet with their counsellor. Please consider before retaking
the course:
Other students who need the course for graduation requirements will be given first priority.
Students who took the course but performed poorly due to unforeseen circumstances
(bereavement, etc.) will be considered.
Students who wish to retake a course to improve their grade will be placed on a waiting list that
will be reviewed at the end of the first week of classes. If there is room students may be
accommodated.
URGENT INFORMATION REQUIRED
Serious and/or life threatening health conditions
It is CRUCIAL that parents notify the school office throughout the year if your child may need specific emergency care
or treatment for a serious or life threatening condition. This information will be kept in strict confidence and will be
used only to assist in obtaining rapid emergency care in a medical situation. Should we need to call an ambulance,
the attendants will require all medical information available to ensure the child is given the best medical attention
possible as quickly as possible. Medical forms may be obtained at the main office from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
Monday to Friday. The public Health Nurse can be reached at 604-592-2000. EMERGENCY CONTACT PHONE
NUMBERS—Please keep the office advised of current phone numbers and where a parent can be reached if an
emergency occurs at school.
Lockers
Students are reminded that, for security
reasons, they are NOT to tell
their lock combination to anyone.
Students may not share lockers or switch
lockers with other students.
Students wishing to use lockers in the PE
change rooms should bring their own lock.
School photographs will be
taken on Thursday, Sept. 13th.
All students must get a picture
so that they can get a GO
CARD, Internet Access and have Library usage. All
package details and payment information is in this
mail out. Students should note that pictures will be
used for their transit card/student card and the
annual.
UPCOMING EVENTS
September 3
-
Labour Day
September 4
-
Grade 8 attend 10:00-12:00
-
Grade 9 through 12 attend 10:30-12:00
September 7
-
End of Course Changes
September 12
-
PAC Meeting in the Library at 7:00 p.m.
September 13
-
Photo Day
September 24
-
Pro-D Day School Closed
September 26
-
Terry Fox Run
September 27
-
Grade 8 Parent Evening at 7pm
September 28
-
Grade 8 Pancake Breakfast & Clubs Day
The Career Centre at Johnston Heights
Who we are:
Ms. Lofgren: Career Education Facilitator
Ms. Tuey: Career Education Facilitator
Ms. Richard: Career Resource Assistant
Where We Are:
1EWW
Right next to the counsellor’s office
Open 7:30am – 3:30pm everyday
Open to help you during lunchtime too
We Can Help You :
Create a resume
Create a cover letter
Find volunteer work
Find a job
Graduation Transitions
Secondary School Apprentice
District Programs
The Career Department wants to help
you have a fun, successful year!
Career Centre
As the 2012/2013 school year gets underway, the Career Development department is also well
underway with updating and readying the Career Centre for the new school year. Students are invited
anytime to come in and use the many post secondary and career resources available and to ask for help
on the Graduation Transitions Plan, if required.
SECONDARY SCHOOL APPRENTICESHIP (SSA) - The Hidden Apprentice!
A Secondary School Apprenticeship involves part-time work within a trade. The SSA program provides a
smooth transition from school to work and a quicker route to certification in a trade and to the earning
power that goes with it!
Features:
You could be eligible for a $1,000 scholarship
You could be ahead of your peers by fast-tracing your career in the trades
You could receive dual credit which means simultaneously receiving both secondary
school graduation credit and apprenticeship credits.
If your son/daughter is working in a trade area, he/she may already be a secondary school apprentice
and not know it. If you have any questions or would like more information do not hesitate to contact the
Career Centre.
DISTRICT PROGRAMS
GRADUATION TRANSITIONS PLAN
Partnership Programs are Career
Preparation programs developed
in partnership with a local postsecondary institution to provide
specialized technical training not
offered in the secondary schools.
The purpose of these programs is
to allow students the opportunity
to complete part or all of an
entrance-level trades training while
they are completing secondary
school graduation at Johnston
Heights.
We remind all Grade 11 and 12
students to continue to work on
their Graduation Transitions
binder. Students can submit as
they are completed. Assistance
is available in the Career Centre
anytime.
The Hidden Apprentice!!!
In an effort to promote the Secondary School apprenticeship (SSA) program, Johnston
Heights is searching for “Hidden Apprentices.” If you are a secondary school student
working in a trade area, you may already be a secondary school apprentice and not know
it.
A secondary school apprenticeship involves part-time work within a trade – something you
may already be doing. The SSA program provides a smooth transition from school to work,
and a quicker route to certification in a trade – and to the earning power that goes with it.
You can begin your apprenticeship as early as grade 10.
By registering as a secondary school apprentice in the school, you will be able to receive
dual credit for the work you are already doing and get a head start on earning your trade
certification, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 scholarship. “Duel Credit” means
simultaneously receiving both secondary school credits required for graduation, and credit
toward completion of an apprenticeship. As an added bonus, as a secondary school
apprentice you can qualify for a $1,000 scholarship if you complete at least 960 hours of
paid workplace-based training in your chosen trade, graduate with a C+ average on Grade
12 numbered courses and are training full time in the trade five months after secondary
school graduation.
The SSA Program allows you to fast track your career. By participating in the program, you
will be ahead of your peers in a career in the trades. The current skills shortages, plus
economic and industry growth, equates to a world of opportunity for today’s youth. A lot of
people are concerned about the skills shortage issue. The headlines are filled with
predictions about the coming shortage of skilled workers – and many businesses are
already feeling the crunch. Employers need people with the right skills, right now! There’s
never been a better time to explore a career in the skilled trades and
technology sectors.
If you are a secondary school student, or an employer willing to hire a student, please
contract a facilitator at Johnston Heights to find out more about the Secondary School
Apprenticeship Program.
Career Connections
Important Reminder
District Partnership Programs – Apply Now!!
To all Grade 10 and Grade 11 students, don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to fast track your careers in the trades by applying for a District Program!! Please refer to this list and visit the Career Centre for
further information.
Automotive Collision Repair Technician
Automotive Collision Refinishing Prep Technician
Automotive Service Technician
Baking & Pastry Arts
Carpentry
Culinary Arts
Drafting/CADD
Electrical
Emily Carr (Headstart to Art)
Hairdressing /Cosmetologist
Horticulture
Law Enforcement Preparatory Program
Masonry/Bricklayer
Metal Fabrication
Millwright/Industrial Mechanic
Painter/Decorator
Plumbing
Private Pilot Licence Ground School Training
Roofing
Welding
Career Planning
The following are excellent websites for parents and students to
use when investigating potential career opportunities:
www.educationplanner.ca or www.workfutures.bc.ca
Staff, parents, and visitors are asked to please leave the fire lanes directly in ont of the school clear at all times in case of emergency. First Class With
Honours “A”
Honour Roll (4.0)
Congratulations to our Honour Roll students from 2nd term.
We are proud of the achievement and effort demonstrated by
our students! The following tables show a breakdown of
honour roll for each grade.
4.0 First Class with Honours “A”
Grade
4.0 Status
Enrolment
%
8
16
278
5%
9
32
298
10.74
10
35
268
13.05
11
38
302
12.58
12
44
293
15.02
3.5—3.99 First Class “A”
Grade
3.5—3.99
Status
Enrolment
%
8
68
278
24.46
9
66
298
22.15
10
57
268
21.27
11
60
302
19.87
12
72
293
24.57
3.00—3.49 Second Class “B”
Grade
3.00—3.49 Status
Enrolment
%
8
84
278
30.22
9
69
298
23.15
10
57
268
21.27
11
77
302
25.50
12
67
293
22.87
To be included in the honour roll a student must obtain a
grade point average of at least 3.0 to 4.0 based on the
average of all subjects.
Agpalo, Marifel
Aldana, Maisie
Amador, Brenda
Amador, Kimberly
Ayson, Margot Kyle
Basalyga, Sonia
Becker, Joel
Benitez, Audrey
Borrel, Dave
Cabantog, Ariene
Cabantog, Edrene
Caissie, Sophia
Campbell, Dustin
Canita, Jan Paolo
Cha, Yesung
Chahal, Jagraj
Chan, Alice
Chandi, Amit
Chandi, Priya
Chau, Edwin
Chen, Xiao He
Chen, Yilang
Chen, Yue
Chen, Zhao Hong
Cheung, Winnie
Cheveldave, Tiffany
Chow, Jeffrey
Chow, Michelle
Chung, Jihye
Chupik, Zachary
Codoy, Joel
Contaoe, Mitchell
Cooper, Jordan
Cooper, Kaitlyn
Craig, Lindsay
Davison, Hayley
Dayao, Diana Jayne
De Guzman, Celine Isabel
De Guzman, Katrina Angela
De Vera, Camille
Deang, Robyn-Mae
Dhanji, Anisa
Dhillon, Hareet
Diaz, Sabrina Nicolette
Dionido, Jomari
Doroteo, Jan Vincent
Dulay, Esel Jareen
Ebenal, Veronika
Edwards, Jordan
Escala, John Carlo
Fan, Sophia
Feng, Flora
Festejo, Joy
Francisco, Darlene
French, Meris
Gakhal, Jaskiran
Gaza, Jeremy
Grewal, Ashvinder
Guglani, Vani
Guzon, John Jacob
Han, Ye Ji
Hardy, Fiona
Hasan, Saima
Ho, Cheng Ching
Holte, Lauryn
Huynh, Randall
Inocencio, Bianca Geene
Jacobsen, Matthew
Jhawar, Ganeev
Jiang, Fei Si
Kim, Ha Min
Kim, Ye Jin
Kim, Ye Min
Kuo, Shawn
Kwak, Irene
Lachica, Christine-Cecilia
Lagbao, Samantha
Law, Oliver
Le, Kirby
Lee, Daniel
Lee, Katie
Lee, Winston
Li, Zhuang QiQi
Liang, David
Licauco, Morella Dominique
Lim, Ian
Liu, Peggy
Liu, William
Liu, Yu-Tzu
Macaranas, Riza
Magarzo, Allan
Malhotra, Yashmeet
Malik, Myrah
McCluskey, Robert
Mercado, Joseph
Micla, Joseph
Minenok, Nataliya
Mohkkesh, P
Mok, Devienne
Morano, Austine Mae
Nagra, Sukhraj
Navarro, Nikka Jane
Nguyen, Hoang
Nguyen, Jenny
Nguyen, Kim
Nieken, Emily
Nijjar, Gurjot
Ong, William
Oracion, Raphael
Palad, Jed
Palalay, Claudine
Panesar, Prabhjot
Park, Chong Heeon
Park, Ricky
Pawer, Chelsea
Pham, Thu
Pozzobon, Daniella
Prasath, Prasant
Presnillo, Alyssa Catherine
Primavera, Miranda
Qin, Wei
Qiu, Jun Yu
Ramnauth, Kamakshi
Ravi, Kaadambari
Raymundo, Michaela Regina
Rogers, Danielle
Saepan, Samantha
Samra, Kuljit
Sandhu, Navjoban
Sangha, Jaskaran
Santiago, Justine
Shen, John
Shi, Karen
Smith, Caitlyn
Solmerano, Jordan
Stelting, Emma
Su, Wei Yi
Sun, Chuo Kai
Sun, Xiao Jing
Tai, Matthew
Tang, Xia Jing
Taningco, Jose Miguel
Taningco, Joshua Emil
Thavakumar, Jathukulan
Tower, James
Tran, David
Trivino, Mary Jane
Tsai, Ya Rou
Tubo, Marie Antoinette
Tung, Johnson
Villanueva, Mikee John
Wan, Tracy
Wang, Han Yu
Wang, Yi Min
Webb, Danielle
Xu, Jia Jing
Yang, Kai
Yu, Jesse
Zanif, Umaimah
Zhang, Jia
Zhang, Xue Fan
Zhang, Yi Fan
Zhao, Dakang
Zhao, Ya Xin
Zhou, Lu
First Class “A”
Honour Roll
(3.50-3.99)
Abad, Lauren Mae
Abbasi, Mohammad
Abbasi, Zakereh
Adikari, Shesha
Aldana, Denis
Alexander, Brianna
Almonia, David John
Alzaim, Mohammad
Anderson, Alise
Aquino, Charlene
Aquino, Joyce
Aries, Abigail Fleur
Aries, Joshua Mari
Arraes Sade Carrillo, Uriel
Au, Jacky
Balagot, Brittany
Balaj, Zenit
Balasbas, Lannah Allyza Nicole
Balbosa, Amy
Baltazar, Patricia Marie
Basi, Jared
Basi, Jasmine
Baur, Natasha
Belleza, Robinn Camille Elidja
Bhinder, Gurtej
Bonafe, Kitiara
Borillo, Danica
Bouliane, Kevin
Briones, Marie Rosenikka
Brooks, Michelle
Buchanan, Christina
Bui, Michael
Butterworth, Dexter
Butterworth, Evan
Cabalquinto, Ranniel
Calapini, Lois Abigail
Canlas, Joseph Daniel
Carefoot, Troy
Carino, Candice
Carino, Ceston Melvin
Carpenter, Micheal
Casanova, Danicia
Cha, Yehee
Chahal, Suraj
Chan, Andrew
Chan, Maddie
Chang, Allan
Chang, Chen
Chansomphou, Alexander
Chatha, Mandeep
Chauhan, Rochelle
Chen, Ashley
Chen, Crystal
Chen, GuanZhuo
Chen, Si Yu
Chen, Xue
Cheung, Emma
Cheung, Stephani
Chia, Jennifer
Chiem, Kyle
Clary, Brandon
Colobong, Wilson
Dasalla, Benedic
Dauz, Giselle
De Guzman, Jona Mari Luisa
Dela Cruz, Gene
Delleva, Michael
Deo, Jason
Deol, Jannat
Devapriya, Nethmi
Devapriya, Shinelle
Dhaliwal, Manpinder
Dhami, Prabhleen
Dhami, Sokhreet
Dhanji, Khalil
Dimaano, Marianora
Dinh, Calvin
Duong, Katie
Eastwood, Carissa
El Karsh, Zeina
Elgohary, Ghalia
Elgohary, Mariem
Erichson, James
Erichson, Pauljuan
Eugenio, Sabrina
Fernando, Thavisha
Fernando, Weerahannadige
Festejo, Mara Eumika Kaira
Fulton, Ashley
Gakhal, Harman
Gakhal, Jasdeep
Gamache, Alexandria
Gandham, Jughsajan
Gaza, Jomari
Gealan, Ian
Gill, Parmvir
Gorlitz, Matthew
Grayson, William
Grewal, Manpreet
Guiang, Lucky
Ha, Felix
Haley, Nickolas
Hall, Braxton
He, Manie
Ho, Alvin
Ho, Nguyen
Hoang, John
Hope, Anthony
Hothi, Lovneet
Huynh, Kent
Indome, Ewurama
Inocencio, Bridget Gail
Ivanich, Chelsea
Jaffar, Syed
Jang, Benjamin
Jang, Soon Ho
Jhawar, Amolic
Jih, Chieh-Li
Jin, Si Chen
Johanson, Mikaela
Joyce, Courtney
Kang, Edward
Kang, Tarnvir
Kaur, Jasleen
Kaur, Jasmandeep
Kennedy, Danielle
Khan, Shaakirah
Khan, Uzair
Kilpatrick, Connor
Kim, Heejung
Kim, Ji Hyun
Kim, Juli
Kim, Leia-Ta
Kim, Seongae
Kim, Seongmi
Kim, Soobin
Koome, Ayesha
Lagerstrom, Kyle
Landas, Julius
Landicho, Regina
Langlais, Matthew
Laro, Jesse James
Lasaleta, Michael
Latay, Alexandra
Lauron, Maria Rhodora
Le, Bao
Lee, Anthony
Lee, Benjamin
Lee, Celina
Lee, Chia
Lee, Jae Hyun
Lee, Jaelim
Lee, Jonathan
Lee, Kelsey
Lee, Ming-Nu
Lee, Seung Hoon
Lee, Teresa
Lee, Yi-Shiuan
Lee, Yu-Chen
Lei, Huaxing
Lei, Tong
Leonardo, Alessandra Lira
Li, Binghui
Li, Challen
Li, Qiao Xi
Lin, Ling
Linsangan, Jordon
Liu, Cathy
Louie, Sabrina
Lovan, Sy
Lu, Yi Han
Lu, Yu Tong
Luo, Yi
Luste, John Wayne
Luu, Joanna
Luu, Linda
Luu, Melissa
Magana Garcia, Kevin
Mai, Hantao
Mallavarapu, Manish
Mangat, Taranjit
Manto, Felicia Elena
Manto, Karl
Martin, Ryan
Martin, Vanessa
Masson, Steven
Mateo, Kyle Amiel
Mccarthy, Julie
Meaden, Jordan
Meaden, Rylan
Miao, Pui Wan
Michaud, James
Miflores, Stephanie
Miguel, Januelle
Mohammad Rahim, Farahnas
Mora, Manuela
Mora, Sebastian
Nagra, Sukhreet
Najman, James
Natino, Justine
Natura, Carla Mae
Natura, Cassandra Mae
Nermo, Hailey
Nermo, Jared
Newton, Gavin
Nguyen, Michael
Nguyen, Ngoc-Tolan
Nguyen, Thuan
Nguyen, Tracey
Obusan, Rochelle
Omidi, Ashley
Ong, Joses Arius
Orpia, Lindsay
Ouyang, Zengmin
Pacamarra, Milkah Jane
Palm, Cassandra
Parameswaran, Pravitha
Patricio, Cyril Ben
Perez, Leendace Averey
Phanvan, Keanson
Philip, Kelsey
Philip, Rachel
Pickard Monkman, Nicole
Plavak, Martin
Ponce, Monica
Quach, Sandy
Qualizza, Cristiano
Quaynor, Meyer
Quinonez Lopez, Isaac
Racho, Rachel
Rajguru, Bhavna
Ramhotar, Chanishta
Ramos, Lester Paul
Rasalan, Joshua Cornelius
Rathore, Zainab
Raymond, Emily
Raymond, Luke
Raymundo, Raphael Julian
Red, Keanu
Reed, Kaeleigh
Renaud, Dana
Rimando, Juan Alfonso
Roopra, Pravneet
Rosales, Maria Christina
Samra, Tarndeep
Sangha, Amoldeep
Sapiera, Franz Kenneth
Sare, Maria Daniella
Sarmiento, Jasmin
Schartner, Andrea
Seguit, Dasha Kiele
Sehmbi, Raman
Sham, Kwok Hin
Shannon, Bill
Shannon, Gary
Shen, Emily
Shergill, Harjot
Shumka, Antonia
Shumka, Casimira
Sidhu, Sonamdeep
Sleman, Valantena
Snel, Marisa
Song, Joo-Eun
Song, Yan Hui
Sran, Gurkirn
Stukel, Jakob
Sun, Chuo-Hsiang
Sun, Mei
Suzara, Timothy
Sweiss, Marina
Tailor, Jayant
Tang, Dan
Tarves, Alexandra
Tegally, Bibi Saheba
Tegally, Bibi Saheena
Tejada, Dean
Tewfik, Andre
Tiu, Renzo
Tongo, Jane
Toor, Avneet
Torres, Von
Tran, Kevin
Tran, Kimberly
Tran, Pham
Tran, Steven
Truong, Duncan
Tu, Diana
Tuazon, Alston
Tung, Lynn
Tung, Nigel
Unger, Hailey
Valdes, Joshua
Vale, Steffi Lyzza
Vannavong, Pajaree
Victor, Jacob
Victorino, Maria Patricia
Villamarzo, Brent Lloyd
Wang, Jun Xian
Wang, Yuxuan
Widanage, Nimesh
Wijewardena, Haily
Wong, Amanda
Woo, Victoria
Wu, Willson
Wysocki, Brandon
Xiao, Wei
Xu, Jia Chen
Yan, Amanda
Yan, Vanessa
Yao, Jun Yi
Yeh, Ting-An
Yendrys, Makayla
Yim, Nelson
Yoo, Da In
Yu, Shih-Hong
Zabiullah, Zuhal
Zeng, Cheng
Zhan, Yifeng
Zhang, Jia Hui
Zhang, Tian Yu
Zhou, Kuo
Zhou, Mo
Zhu, Jia Chen
First Class “A”
Honour Roll
(3.00-3.4)
Abrenica, Michelle Mary Adrianne
Adema, Jessica
Ajanovic, Zlatan
Alexander, Connor
Ali, Afif
Alupay, Jules Verne
Anderson, Tyler
Angeles, Renz Patrick
Angeles, Rigem Gail
Aparicio, Edward
Arevalo, Patrick
Autin, Makayla
Averion, Anthea
Averion, Dean Andrei
Badajos, Lorrenz
Bahia, Manpreet
Bahnam, Sandra
Bailey, Jessica
Bains, Zorawer
Balong-Angey, Faith
Barker, Celyn
Barrett, Hanna
Barros, Angelica
Becker, Mark
Belen, Mae
Bernal, Jules Romeo
Bhulabhai, Alisha
Boparai, Gurminder
Borje, Nastazia
Borowski, Sandra
Bouchard Jimenez, Lizbeth
Boucher, Abdulrahman
Brar, Navpreet
Brewster, Lindsay
Buchanan, Marialita Ann
Buckle, Justine
Budathoki, Rosha
Bui, Mai
Bulseco, Lance Christopher
Calicdan, Gabriel
Cantada, Aaron
Carchesio, Jessica
Carpenter, Shelby
Castillo, Kimberly
Chan, Donise April
Chan, Micki
Chapman, Damara
Chen, Tingyu
Chia, Vivian
Cho, Su Ah
Choi, Jenny
Choi, Sandy
Chun, Seul Gi
Chupik, Clarissa
Chupik, Olivia
Clemente, Isaiah
Clemente, Matthew
Closson, Alyssa
Collins, Sarah
Colpitts, Jessica
Corpuz, Ellyn Rose
Cowan, Mackenzie
Craig, Jordan
Crane, Garrett
Czarkowska, Eliza
Daguno, Joshua
Dale, Jagdeep
Dallaway, Tessa
Dallo, Cathlyn Jo
David, Jeremiah
Davies, Brianna
Dela Cruz, Daryl David
Dela Pena, Roi Ivan
Dhillon, Harleen
Dhillon, Harmen
Dhillon, Pavandeep
Diamantakis, Evangelina
Dix, Alicia
Do, Thao
Doan, Kevin
Doan, Nicole
Dogra, Kirandeep
Donald, Ryan
Donald, Samantha
Downton, Kyrsten
Dragutinovic, Marko
Drew, Chelsea
Elvambuena, Kjel
Emad, Saymon
English, Caelyn
Engnan, Dannah Caryl
Estacio, Nicoleine
Fenemore, Chloe
Fenske, Cody
Fernandes, Valencio
Flores, Dina
Foley, Kevin
Francisco, Melissa Rose
Fraser, Shante
Fu, Tzu Yen
Fulton, Dylan
Gao, Zhi Yuan
Garcia, Aaliyah-Joad
Garcia, Laura
Gatmaytan, Francesca Ysabelle
Gaudier, Abigail
Gener, Razziel Shaine
George, Mark
Gerona, Katrina
Ghaith, Ekram
Gill, Gabir
Golcher, Brian
Goodale, Jordan
Gordon, Joshua
Gore, Alexis
Goulbourne, Anthony
Guo, Kai Wen
Han, Sol
He, Chang
He, Elisa
Hidalgo, Renzo Emanuel
Hill-Preece, Grace
Ho, Anthony
Ho, Brian Quan
Ho, Cheng Jui
Ho, Chia-Chia
Hong, Brandon
Howell, Aimee
Hsieh, Sandya
Hsu, Yu Hao
Hua, Henric
Hur, Yeo Jin
Inocencio, John Ashley
Iquin, Krisha Mae
Israel, Brittaney
Jacome, Andrew
Jang, Won Seok
Javillonar, Jared
Jhuboo, Nikhil
Jiang, Yuan Xiang
Jibu, Bahaa
Johnson, Kyliegh
Jun, Hye Mi
Jun, Yo Han
Kalsi, Rajan
Kang, Paneet
Karoway, Tyler
Kaththirgamar, Premnaath
Kaushal, Navodit
Kelly, Morgan
Kennedy, Breanna
Khairzada, Najma
Khota, Manjoyt
Kilala Chua, Benjamin
Kim, Geon Hee
Kim, He Min
Kim, Jocelyn
Kim, Nayeon
Kishore, Shelwin
Koome, Lexine
Kubica, Patrick
Kumar, Neha
Kumarasinghe, Methma
Kwon, O'bhean
Lai, Sandra
Lalisan, Joshua Jomar
Lambert, Sarah
Latifi, Astrik
Lavisores, Blessie
Lawrence, Austin
Lawrence, Tara
Lawson, Tyler
Le, Huy Quang
Le, Minh Quang
Le, Thi Tuyet
Lee, Jongwon
Lee, Yi
Lee, Yi
Legg, Donald
Li, Rui
Li, Xishunnan
Li, Yu Tong
Liang, Duwei
Lim, Jared Jireh
Lim, Kimberlee
Lim, Kristen Joyce
Lin, Chieh
Lin, Hongxuan
Lin, Shi Yu
Lin, Yi-Hsuan
Lisondra, Llib Harri
Liu, Bruce
Liu, Lu Yu
Lo, Yin-Chi
Loney, Kathryn
Longara, Lucille
Lorzano, Nathaniel
Louie, Brittany
Loxam, Destiny
Luste, Joshua Philip
Macaranas, Rozele
Mairs, Holly
Malabanan, Jensen
Mangalji, Amaan
Mangalji, Jehna
Mangat, Randeep
Manto, Kevin
Maric, Andrea
Marshall, Robin
Masangkay, Karen Denise
Matsumoto, Thomas
Mbaoma-Scarpino, Taiynesha
Mcguire, Bailey
Mcguire, Brett
Meaden, Nathan
Mendoza, Agustin Daniel
Mendoza, John Raphael
Mercado, Ma Christine
Miflores, Charmaine
Miguel, Joseffa
Mitchell, Santana
Mohammed, Idris
Mok, Dionne
Morano, August Christopher
Murray, Kailene
Naicker, Sheena
Nano, Alvin
Nanra, Jaspal
Natura, Camille
Natura, Simple
Nayeemi, Frishta
Nguyen, Aaron
Nguyen, Angelique
Nguyen, Ashley
Nguyen, Darius
Nguyen, Jany
Nguyen, Tracy
Niu, Ju Jie
Nolin, Brent
Noriel, Justin Josh
Nour, Rana
Nour-Eldin, Mogab
O'Malley, Liam
Ong, Li Na
Oracion, Marianne
Oviedo Martinez, Virginia
Owen, Colby
Pacamarra, Sherwin Jay
Panjaitan, Angelica
Paredes, Natalie
Paudel, Sunaina
Pavan, Nico
Petersen, Mathias
Petersen, Nikolai
Phagura, Bryson
Pham, Amy
Pham, Karen
Phounsavath, Matthew
Pineda, Lester
Plavak, Denis
Poulin, Angela
Pozdyk, Daryna
Presnillo, Abigail Chloe
Priestley, Kieran
Punzalan, Michael Antonio
Raman, Nischal
Randay, Prabhdeep
Redulla, Adrian
Reilly, Kaitlyn
Remillard, Braden
Rivera, Ken Ezekiel
Roberts, Caroline
Rosekrans, Brendan
Rudio, Justin
Salim, Silver
San Jose, Bianca
San Miguel, Jemima
Santos, Andrew Royce
Santos, Kyra
Schmirler, Blake
Sharma, Bhupik
Shen, Jianzhe
Shen, Liu Yu
Shimmin, Jamie
Shin, Euijin
Shin, Yeojin
Shrestha, Raisa
Sidhu, Harjot
Sihalathavong, Nicholas
Silva, Shyann
Sim, Catherine
Sleman, Verina
Smetaniuk, Nataya
Smillie, Anna
Solacito, Carlo
Squelch, Alexandra
Stanley, Heba
Stojek, Tomasz
Stuka, Melanie
Su, Jing
Sweiss, Talal
Szarkiewicz, Sarah
Ta, Philip
Tagayon, Eric
Tan, Harley
Teklu, Mariamawit
Thai, Jonathan-Trung
Tiparos, Aphiwat
Toor, Manjit
Tran, Cindy
Tran, David
Tran, Huynh
Tran, Vincent
Truong, Tommy
Tubo, Myka Andrea
Umali, Angelie Mae
Umali, Christine Anne
Umali, Vergel Ivan
Valencia, Justin
Valeroso, Katrina Mae
Veliu, Ilirida
Vendiola, Johanne Adrian
Vergara, Christine
Vicente-Wilhelm, Jeremy
Vidad, Trisha Marie
Vieira, Damian
Vo, Peter
Voros, Samantha
Wagner, Kyle
Wagner, Nicole
Wan, Amanda
Wang, Yu Meng
Wang, Yuan
Warmenhoven, Dallas
Wasouf, Sara
Weerackoon, Sorelle
Wereschuk, Steven
Wijemanne, Dona
Wolff, Jacob
Woo, Sung
Wu, Joshua
Xanthakos, Alison
Yan, Shawn
Yee, Nicholas
Yeung, Wing Kei
Yuan, Yi Gai
Yun, Ji Un
Zamora, Patrisha
Zhang, Zhao
Zhang, Zheng Yang
Zhao, Chelsea
Zhong, Hai Fei
Zhou, Hing
Zhu, Qinyang
First Class “A”
Honour Roll
(3.00-3.4)
Abrenica, Michelle Mary Adrianne
Adema, Jessica
Ajanovic, Zlatan
Alexander, Connor
Ali, Afif
Alupay, Jules Verne
Anderson, Tyler
Angeles, Renz Patrick
Angeles, Rigem Gail
Aparicio, Edward
Arevalo, Patrick
Autin, Makayla
Averion, Anthea
Averion, Dean Andrei
Badajos, Lorrenz
Bahia, Manpreet
Bahnam, Sandra
Bailey, Jessica
Bains, Zorawer
Balong-Angey, Faith
Barker, Celyn
Barrett, Hanna
Barros, Angelica
Becker, Mark
Belen, Mae
Bernal, Jules Romeo
Bhulabhai, Alisha
Boparai, Gurminder
Borje, Nastazia
Borowski, Sandra
Bouchard Jimenez, Lizbeth
Boucher, Abdulrahman
Brar, Navpreet
Brewster, Lindsay
Buchanan, Marialita Ann
Buckle, Justine
Budathoki, Rosha
Bui, Mai
Bulseco, Lance Christopher
Calicdan, Gabriel
Cantada, Aaron
Carchesio, Jessica
Carpenter, Shelby
Castillo, Kimberly
Chan, Donise April
Chan, Micki
Chapman, Damara
Chen, Tingyu
Chia, Vivian
Cho, Su Ah
Choi, Jenny
Choi, Sandy
Chun, Seul Gi
Chupik, Clarissa
Chupik, Olivia
Clemente, Isaiah
Clemente, Matthew
Closson, Alyssa
Collins, Sarah
Colpitts, Jessica
Corpuz, Ellyn Rose
Cowan, Mackenzie
Craig, Jordan
Crane, Garrett
Czarkowska, Eliza
Daguno, Joshua
Dale, Jagdeep
Dallaway, Tessa
Dallo, Cathlyn Jo
David, Jeremiah
Davies, Brianna
Dela Cruz, Daryl David
Dela Pena, Roi Ivan
Dhillon, Harleen
Dhillon, Harmen
Dhillon, Pavandeep
Diamantakis, Evangelina
Dix, Alicia
Do, Thao
Doan, Kevin
Doan, Nicole
Dogra, Kirandeep
Donald, Ryan
Donald, Samantha
Downton, Kyrsten
Dragutinovic, Marko
Drew, Chelsea
Elvambuena, Kjel
Emad, Saymon
English, Caelyn
Engnan, Dannah Caryl
Estacio, Nicoleine
Fenemore, Chloe
Fenske, Cody
Fernandes, Valencio
Flores, Dina
Foley, Kevin
Francisco, Melissa Rose
Fraser, Shante
Fu, Tzu Yen
Fulton, Dylan
Gao, Zhi Yuan
Garcia, Aaliyah-Joad
Garcia, Laura
Gatmaytan, Francesca Ysabelle
Gaudier, Abigail
Gener, Razziel Shaine
George, Mark
Gerona, Katrina
Ghaith, Ekram
Gill, Gabir
Golcher, Brian
Goodale, Jordan
Gordon, Joshua
Gore, Alexis
Goulbourne, Anthony
Guo, Kai Wen
Han, Sol
He, Chang
He, Elisa
Hidalgo, Renzo Emanuel
Hill-Preece, Grace
Ho, Anthony
Ho, Brian Quan
Ho, Cheng Jui
Ho, Chia-Chia
Hong, Brandon
Howell, Aimee
Hsieh, Sandya
Hsu, Yu Hao
Hua, Henric
Hur, Yeo Jin
Inocencio, John Ashley
Iquin, Krisha Mae
Israel, Brittaney
Jacome, Andrew
Jang, Won Seok
Javillonar, Jared
Jhuboo, Nikhil
Jiang, Yuan Xiang
Jibu, Bahaa
Johnson, Kyliegh
Jun, Hye Mi
Jun, Yo Han
Kalsi, Rajan
Kang, Paneet
Karoway, Tyler
Kaththirgamar, Premnaath
Kaushal, Navodit
Kelly, Morgan
Kennedy, Breanna
Khairzada, Najma
Khota, Manjoyt
Kilala Chua, Benjamin
Kim, Geon Hee
Kim, He Min
Kim, Jocelyn
Kim, Nayeon
Kishore, Shelwin
Koome, Lexine
Kubica, Patrick
Kumar, Neha
Kumarasinghe, Methma
Kwon, O'bhean
Lai, Sandra
Lalisan, Joshua Jomar
Lambert, Sarah
Latifi, Astrik
Lavisores, Blessie
Lawrence, Austin
Lawrence, Tara
Lawson, Tyler
Le, Huy Quang
Le, Minh Quang
Le, Thi Tuyet
Lee, Jongwon
Lee, Yi
Lee, Yi
Legg, Donald
Li, Rui
Li, Xishunnan
Li, Yu Tong
Liang, Duwei
Lim, Jared Jireh
Lim, Kimberlee
Lim, Kristen Joyce
Lin, Chieh
Lin, Hongxuan
Lin, Shi Yu
Lin, Yi-Hsuan
Lisondra, Llib Harri
Liu, Bruce
Liu, Lu Yu
Lo, Yin-Chi
Loney, Kathryn
Longara, Lucille
Lorzano, Nathaniel
Louie, Brittany
Loxam, Destiny
Luste, Joshua Philip
Macaranas, Rozele
Mairs, Holly
Malabanan, Jensen
Mangalji, Amaan
Mangalji, Jehna
Mangat, Randeep
Manto, Kevin
Maric, Andrea
Marshall, Robin
Masangkay, Karen Denise
Matsumoto, Thomas
Mbaoma-Scarpino, Taiynesha
Mcguire, Bailey
Mcguire, Brett
Meaden, Nathan
Mendoza, Agustin Daniel
Mendoza, John Raphael
Mercado, Ma Christine
Miflores, Charmaine
Miguel, Joseffa
Mitchell, Santana
Mohammed, Idris
Mok, Dionne
Morano, August Christopher
Murray, Kailene
Naicker, Sheena
Nano, Alvin
Nanra, Jaspal
Natura, Camille
Natura, Simple
Nayeemi, Frishta
Nguyen, Aaron
Nguyen, Angelique
Nguyen, Ashley
Nguyen, Darius
Nguyen, Jany
Nguyen, Tracy
Niu, Ju Jie
Nolin, Brent
Noriel, Justin Josh
Nour, Rana
Nour-Eldin, Mogab
O'Malley, Liam
Ong, Li Na
Oracion, Marianne
Oviedo Martinez, Virginia
Owen, Colby
Pacamarra, Sherwin Jay
Panjaitan, Angelica
Paredes, Natalie
Paudel, Sunaina
Pavan, Nico
Petersen, Mathias
Petersen, Nikolai
Phagura, Bryson
Pham, Amy
Pham, Karen
Phounsavath, Matthew
Pineda, Lester
Plavak, Denis
Poulin, Angela
Pozdyk, Daryna
Presnillo, Abigail Chloe
Priestley, Kieran
Punzalan, Michael Antonio
Raman, Nischal
Randay, Prabhdeep
Redulla, Adrian
Reilly, Kaitlyn
Remillard, Braden
Rivera, Ken Ezekiel
Roberts, Caroline
Rosekrans, Brendan
Rudio, Justin
Salim, Silver
San Jose, Bianca
San Miguel, Jemima
Santos, Andrew Royce
Santos, Kyra
Schmirler, Blake
Sharma, Bhupik
Shen, Jianzhe
Shen, Liu Yu
Shimmin, Jamie
Shin, Euijin
Shin, YeojinShrestha, Raisa
Sidhu, Harjot
Sihalathavong, Nicholas
Silva, Shyann
Sim, Catherine
Sleman, Verina
Smetaniuk, Nataya
Smillie, Anna
Solacito, Carlo
Squelch, Alexandra
Stanley, Heba
Stojek, Tomasz
Stuka, Melanie
Su, Jing
Sweiss, Talal
Szarkiewicz, Sarah
Ta, Philip
Tagayon, Eric
Tan, Harley
Teklu, Mariamawit
Thai, Jonathan-Trung
Tiparos, Aphiwat
Toor, Manjit
Tran, Cindy
Tran, David
Tran, Huynh
Tran, Vincent
Truong, Tommy
Tubo, Myka Andrea
Umali, Angelie Mae
Umali, Christine Anne
Umali, Vergel Ivan
Valencia, Justin
Valeroso, Katrina Mae
Veliu, Ilirida
Vendiola, Johanne Adrian
Vergara, Christine
Vicente-Wilhelm, Jeremy
Vidad, Trisha Marie
Vieira, Damian
Vo, Peter
Voros, Samantha
Wagner, Kyle
Wagner, Nicole
Wan, Amanda
Wang, Yu Meng
Wang, Yuan
Warmenhoven, Dallas
Wasouf, Sara
Weerackoon, Sorelle
Wereschuk, Steven
Wijemanne, Dona
Wolff, Jacob
Woo, Sung
Wu, Joshua
Xanthakos, Alison
Yan, Shawn
Yee, Nicholas
Yeung, Wing Kei
Yuan, Yi Gai
Yun, Ji Un
Zamora, Patrisha
Zhang, Zhao
Zhang, Zheng Yang
Zhao, Chelsea
Zhong, Hai Fei
Zhou, Hing
Zhu, Qinyang
Scholarship Winners – 2011/2012
Jasmine Basi
Kevin Bouliane
Edrene Cabantog
Yesung Cha
Artona Award of Excellence for $500.
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Royal Canadian Legion, Cloverdale Branch, Academic Scholarship for $500
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000 SFU Entrance Scholarship for
$3,500
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $5,000
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Alice Chan
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500.
Tiffany Cheveldave
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Jennifer Chia
JH PAC Scholarship for $500
Zain Choudhery
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Zachary Chupik
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Bryce Coloma
Ace It Program award for $2,500
Lindsay Craig
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Hayley Davison
Guelph Humber University Entrance Scholarship for $4,000
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
JH Theatre Scholarship for $750
Nicolas Deezar
Secondary School Apprenticeship Scholarship for $1,000
Jason Deo
CBC Newsday Scholarship for $1,000
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000 Johnston Height's Theatre Scholarship for $750
Shinelle Devapriya
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Kyrsten Downton
Johnston Height's Theatre Scholarship for $750
Carissa Eastwood
Sophia Fan
Alex Gamache
VMFL Player Grant for $500
BC Secondary School Academic Excellence SFU Entrance Scholarship for
$5,000
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Johnston Height's Theatre Scholarship for $750
Royal Canadian Legion, Cloverdale Branch Athletic Scholarship for $500
Scholarship Winners – 2011/2012 (Continued)
Katrina Gerona
Trinity Western University Entrance Scholarship for $8,000
Ekram Ghaith
Provincial Exam Scholarship for $1,000
Kevin Guo
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
J.J. Guzon
Surrey Principal's and Vice Principal's Scholarship for $400
Nickolas Haley
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Chelsea Ivanich
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Syed Faiz Jaffar
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Faith Jiang
University of Waterloo Entrance Scholarship for $2,000
University of Toronto Entrance Scholarship for $2,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Passport to Education award for $500
Dogwood District award for $1,000
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Jason Jin
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $1,500
Haru Jung
Florida Institute of Technology Academic Scholarship for $32,000
Tarnvir Kang
Jasleen Kaur
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $2,000
Surrey Teacher's Association Bursary for $500
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Danno Kennedy
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Connor Kilpatrick
Surrey Minor Hockey Scholarship for $250
Neha Kumar
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Yu Chen (Joey) Lee
Surrey Teacher's Association Bursary for $500
David Liang
Passport to Education award for $1,000
University of Toronto Engineering Program Entrance Scholarship for
$2,000
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Dylan Liu
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $5,000
William Liu
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Yu-Tzu Liu
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $5,000
University of Waterloo President's Scholarship for $2,000
University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics Entrance Scholarship
for $5,000
Passport to Education Scholarship for $500
Scholarship Winners – 2011/2012 (Continued)
Lauren Marshall
Ed Schellenburg Memorial Bursary for $1,000
Steven Masson
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Johnston Heights Theatre Scholarship for $750
Natasha Minenok
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
James Najman
Cmolik Foundation Scholarship for approximately $30,000
Tracy Nguyen
Heritage Trust Foundation Scholarship for $4,800
Emily Nieken
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
William Ong
Mohkkesh Pitchaykannu
Daniella Pozzobon
William would like to say goodbye to free education. You shall be
dearly missed. William has won an SFU Entrance Scholarship for
$3,500.
Artona Award of Excellence for $500
Harris & Company LLP Scholarship for $500
Surrey Teacher's Association Bursary for $500
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Alexis Sebok
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Valantena Sleman
Art Department Photography Scholarship for $250
Heba Stanley
Jacky Sun
Saheba Tegally
Jamie Tower
Hailey Unger
Karen Wang
Allen Xu
Cindy Xu
BC Secondary School Summit Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000 Henlong Market Scholarship for $500
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $10,000
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Surrey Guildford Lion's Club Scholarship for Community Service for
$250
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $5,000
Passport to Education for $1,000
University of Toronto Faculty of Appl. Science and Engineering Admission Scholarship for $5,000
University of Toronto President's Entrance Scholarship for $2,000
University of Waterloo President's Scholarship of Distinction for
$2,000
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Artona Award of Excellence for $500
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
JH PAC Scholarship for $250
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Scholarship Winners – 2011/2012 (Continued)
Rudy Yeh
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
GVC Credit Union Scholarship for $250
Makayla Yendrys
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
Carney Zeng
Danny Zhang
Selina Zhang
Simon Zhao
Jason Zhou
Mo Zhou
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $3,500
David Hayer Community Service Bursary for $500
University of Toronto Admissions Scholarship for $5,000
Johnston Height's Principal's Scholarship for $250
Dogwood District Scholarship for $1,000
Waterloo Entrance Scholarship for $2,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $5,000
University of Western Ontario Entrance Scholarship for $10,000
SFU Entrance Scholarship for $5,000
School of the Arts of Chicago, Honored Portfolio Award for $22,000
Lister/Litner/Schlifer Memorial Scholarship for $250