Chelsea Tavarez graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, major in Human Relations.
You did it!
Congratulations on your out
Wishing you Success &
Happiness in all that you do.
You make us proud!
Love Mom, Dad and Amber
Jalisa Gittens graduated from McGill with a Bachelor of Arts.
Jalisa, who is following in the path of a long list of achievers in her family, is on her way to a career as a Child Psychologist and has already been accepted into the Masters Applied Child Psychology program at McGill University for fall 2016. Congratulations from her parents Donna Thomas and Steven Gittens, brothers Jamaal Gittens and Dr. Jaramie Thomas-Gittens, and her proud grandparents George and Marlene Thomas.
Autumn Smith graduated from Beurling Academy. She will be entering the Physiotherapy program at Vanier College and plans on pursuing a career as a physiotherapist.
Ngina Thornhill: B.Sc (Nursing)
When I started studying Nursing at CEGEP I didn’t think it would be such a difficult task ahead. But here I am five years later very proud, feeling fulfilled as a McGill graduate.
The unrelenting support, prayers and well wishes of my family, my mother Sandra Thornhill in particular, my friends and other segments of the community helped carry me to this level.
Nursing allows me to spend my time and energy assisting others to improve their resilience in more ways than one.
I now aspire to expand my scope of experience and embrace the multitude of roles a nurse plays. I do look forward to also continuing my formal education.
Lindsay Place High School
Jalen is on her way to becoming an Ontario provincial police officer. The Lindsay Place High School graduate plans on moving to Ontario to complete Grade 12 then on to the OPP program.
The Lakeside Academy graduate plans to get into the Accounting and Management Technology program at Dawson College as he pursues a career in the field of accounting and business.