Glengarry District High School
The word average is not a word that comes to mind when describing Glengarry District High School, at least not in the eyes of its first-year principal, Trish Brown
“Although our student body is small, there is a wide variety of activities for students to participate in,” she said. “The range of talents and abilities of our students is amazing” Some of the year’s highlights include: The annual high school musical, Saturday Night Fever, featured mass participation from the students and a great turnout at all the showings. They even had more than 300 elementary kids show up.
But Saturday Night Fever wasn’t the only thing to happen within the school’s performing arts community in 2015-16. Music Mondays saw four different schools participate with music teacher Tiffany DiRico very involved in organizing the event.
Also, the school participated in the district improv contest, where they finished second.
The annual St. Andrew’s day had great turnout with more than 300 kids attending.
Also, the school teamed up with the Quirky Carrot to celebrate Jamie Oliver and his Food Revolution, the students who won the competition had their sandwich chosen as the sandwich of the day at the restaurant.