This Mississauga Student Graduated with a 100 Per Cent Average
One exceptional Mississauga student is one of four Peel District School Board (PDSB) graduates to walk away from secondary with an incredible 100 per cent average.
The PDSB recently announced that students from Glenforest, Harold M. Brathwaite, Mayfield and Turner Fenton secondary schools achieved the highest averages within the Peel District School Board during the 2018-19 school year, including four averages of 100 per cent.
In Mississauga, Jane Hwang of Glenforest Secondary School achieved a 99.8 per cent average.
Hwang told the school board that her secret to success is to “get really comfortable with how you study best. Learning how to study efficiently can save you time, energy, stress and make learning a smoother journey overall.”
Hwang will attend the University of Toronto for engineering science.
In Brampton, Paawan Virdi of Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School, and Riyadh Baksh, Kunal Chawla and Richard Li of Turner Fenton Secondary School, achieved a perfect average of 100 per cent.
Virdi will, who hopes to work in the medical field, will study integrated science at McMaster University.
Chawla intends to study mathematics at the University of Toronto.
Mayfield Secondary School student, Amelia Doerksen, scored the highest average amongst Caledon schools with 98.8 per cent.
These students are among over 5,000 Peel board students who made Ontario’s Top Scholar list by graduating grade 12 with an average of 80 per cent or higher in their top six grade 12 courses.
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