Top Catholic high school students in Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Georgetown receive award


Published June 29, 2022 at 11:46 am

Every year, the Halton Catholic District School Board student with the highest average at every high school is awarded the Governor General Bronze Medal.

The award is given to the graduating student with the highest average from each secondary school. The average is calculated based on the final marks received in all Grade 11 and 12 courses, as listed on each student’s official transcript, issued by the Ministry of Education.

Here are this year’s recipients:

  • Riley Havaj, 98.87%, Assumption, Burlington
  • Muhammad Ali, 99.80%, Bishop PF Reding, Milton
  • Aidan Mirabelli, 97%, Christ the King, Georgetown
  • Emily Dephoure, 99.05%, Corpus Christi, Burlington
  • Ante Cuvalo, 99.13%, Holy Trinity, Oakville
  • Daniela Hernandez-Ruiz, 97.73%, St. Francis Xavier, Milton
  • Daniel Mason, 97.71%, Notre Dame, Burlington
  • Santiago Alberto Rincon, 97.38%, St. Ignatius of Loyola, Oakville
  • Emma Pascu, 97.13%, St. Thomas Aquinas, Oakville

“The Governor General award is a testament to the dedication and commitment to academic excellence demonstrated in each of our award recipients,” said Pat Daly, the board’s director of Education.

“We wish our students continued success as they fulfill their potential and embark on their post-secondary journey.”

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