Waterloo, Queen's and McMaster have all secured their 2017 Schulich Leaders. All three of these universities placed amongst the top 5 in terms of the number of applicants. Of these 12 recipients, only one comes from a high school with a previous recipient.
The University of Waterloo was once again the top choice amongst Schulich Leader Nominees, receiving the highest number of interested applicants. The first of their four recipients is science student Alina Arvisais. Alina was Nominated by Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy in Canmore, AB. Joining her is fellow science student Cameron Bardell from St. Theresa Catholic SS in Belleville, ON. Cameron is the second recipient from his high school; Regan Cross previously won the award at U Ottawa in 2012. Mickey Dang from Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School in Mississauga is pursuing engineering. Toronto's Branksome Hall graduate Emma Lozhkin is also going into engineering.
Joining the Queen's Squad is Holy Spirit High School's Jacob Meadus, who is pursuing science. Holy Spirirt is based in Conception Bay South, NL. Lindsay Collegiate's Ryley Molloy is also studying science. Going into Engineering is Johann Sapim, a Nominee from Lycée Français de Toronto. Queen's other engineering recipient is Laure Halabi from Sinclair Secondary School in Whitby.
Rounding out this group of Schulich Leaders are the McMaster recipients. Nicole Wong from Agincourt Collegiate Institute in Toronto is studying Life Sciences. Jomanah Chahrour from Catholic Central High School in Windsor is focusing on Chemical & Physical Sciences. Joshua Guinness, a graduate of Toronto District Christian High, is pursuing engineering. Also going into engineering is Sam Crawford. Sam was put forth by London District Christian Secondary School.
Welcome to the #2017SLSquad!