Sheldon-Williams Collegiate

Sheldon-Williams Collegiate has been my home for the past four memorable years. I wouldn’t have wanted to spend my time anywhere else! I’m so very proud to be a Spartan.

While attending Sheldon, I participated heavily in sports, arts and clubs. Throughout the years, I was a part of numerous teams: hockey, curling, football, soccer, handball, cross-country and track and field. I was the captain of both the hockey and soccer teams during my senior year. I was awarded the leadership award in multiple sports during my time at Sheldon. I’ve enjoyed many opportunities to lead others while striving to be a positive role model. These experiences have helped me develop into a leader in many aspects of my life.

I took an interest in the arts and participated in both the concert band all four of my high school years and the concert choir from Grades 9 to 11. In my senior year, I was elected to be the vice-president of the Student Leadership Council.

While balancing my school commitments, I played Midget ‘A’ hockey and flag football, refereed hockey, achieved honour roll status all four years and maintained an average of 90% or higher. Even with this heavy workload, I challenged myself further by taking the AP English course in Grades 11 and 12.

This fall, I will be enrolling in Education at the University of Regina. I plan to become an elementary school teacher while also continuing to participate in my many activities in the future.

Harvest City Christian Academy

I am a Grade 12 student at Harvest City Christian Academy. I was involved with our Student Leadership Council for four years and in my Grade 11 year, I served as co-president. In 2019, I was chosen to participate in the Vimy Pilgrimage Award and was invited to spend a week travelling to Belgium and France re-tracing the steps of Canadian WWI soldiers.

My extracurricular and community involvement efforts have been recognized as a Loran National Finalist and through the awarding of the Sovereigns Medal for Volunteers, Saskatchewan Youth Indigenous Award for Outstanding Achievement, the Enbridge Youth Leadership Award, the Nutrien Youth Financial Management Award and the Elwood Harvey Co-operative Leadership Award.

I will attend McGill University in Montreal, and I plan to pursue a Bachelor of Commerce degree through the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill. I plan to eventually have a career in International Aid and Development.