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“The op­por­tu­nity to speak on be­half of the stu­dent body was truly a mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ence.”

Grad­u­at­ing Grade: 12 What will you miss most about St. Michael’s Col­lege School?

I think that the ev­ery­day life of high school is some­thing I will def­i­nitely miss, as I had at­tended the school since Grade 7 and the level of com­fort de­vel­oped over 6 years truly made the school feel like a sec­ond home.

What’s your best mem­ory of the school?

I think it would have to be grad­u­a­tion. Be­ing able to fi­nally see what we as a grade had been work­ing to­ward for four to six years was in­cred­i­bly re­ward­ing and ex­cit­ing.

How do you think St. Michael’s Col­lege School has pre­pared you for life af­ter grad­u­a­tion?

St. Mike's has pro­vided me with the nec­es­sary foun­da­tion to ex­cel in the aca­demic en­vi­ron­ment of univer­sity; how­ever, even be­yond this, it has in­stilled within me the de­sire to pur­sue ex­cel­lence in ev­ery facet of life.

What ad­vice would you give to new stu­dents on how to get the most out of their time at St. Michael’s Col­lege?

The ad­vice is rel­a­tively straight­for­ward: Get in­volved! It is in those early morn­ings and late nights spent at the school that one fully un­der­stands what the ex­pe­ri­ence is at St. Mike's.

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