Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School

The first thing many people notice about me is that I am loud, which fits well with Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School’s “Be Loud, Be Proud, Be Respectful” motto. Whether I am laughing at my own jokes or telling a dramatic story, it is difficult not to hear me.

Born and raised in Regina by my parents (later joined by my brother,) I have found many ways to keep myself occupied. I danced for more years than I can count (eleven years—- thanks AP Calculus) and have been developing my art skills. On the topic of the arts, this year I also partook in Miller’s One Act plays, which was a brand new experience for me. Joining extra-curricular activities has allowed me to meet new groups of people and be involved in new opportunities that I am thankful for every day.

In the realm of academics, I have always enjoyed challenging myself. I have settled on two AP classes, Calculus and Computer Science. I have also taken many arts classes, such as Visual Art and Photography10. Next year I am pursing the Computer Systems Technology Program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

One goal I focused on during my grade twelve year was being a positive light in someone’s life. I love seeing people smile and laugh so I made it a personal mission to spread positivity and love with my peers and community. Saying that, I truly hope you have an amazing day and thank you for taking the time to read about me

Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School

My name is Brooke Shumay and I am thrilled that I have had the opportunity to learn and develop my leadership skills over the last four years at Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School. I have been involved in many of my favorite activities, some of which include volleyball, the dance team, basketball, and flag football. This year I was also fortunate enough to serve as President of the SRC. The role of president of the SRC has allowed me to help organize spirit days, assemblies and other student-led activities. I have made so many memories that I will cherish forever. Joining teams and clubs and participating in different activities gave me the chance to expand my horizons, meet new people and develop new skills. At first, I was very hesitant to get involved, but by putting myself out there, I made many new friends and had great experiences. It is important to make the most out of everything and do what you love. I have always been very interested in sciences, specifically chemistry, Next year I will be majoring in chemistry at the University of Regina. After I finish with chemistry, I would like obtain my education degree so that I can become a teacher. I love to interact with people, and I have a desire to positively affect people’s lives. I am excited for my future and am eager to see what it holds. I will miss my high school years, as it was a huge part of my life, but I know I have a plan and I cannot wait to see it unfold

Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School

My name is Jaclynn Hunchak and I am very proud to say I am a Miller Marauder. Attending Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School has definitely been the best decision I have ever made. During my high school years, through an abundance of opportunities, I have made new friends and learned from each experience.

Through classes and extra curricular involvement, I have had numerous chances to explore new ideas and activities. From waking up at 7:00 am to attend early bird choir to serving on the SRC for two years, each moment has been valuable. In grade 9, I was hesitant to become involved. Who would have thought by grade twelve I would be running a campaign for a position on the SRC executive? In my final grade 12 year, I am happy to serve as one of the leaders on our SRC, and have worked to organize all types of events for my peers. Getting involved in high school activities has truly helped me for the next phase of my life.

I am also busy outside of school. My community involvement includes playing ringette. I have been playing ringette for the past seven years and have enjoyed every minute. From the very first minute I stepped on the ice I was instantly in love with the game.

I have been accepted into the University of Regina Bachelor of Education Program. I look forward to working as a teacher and making a school the type of positive learning environment I experienced. I would like to teach English at the high school level and obtain my certificate to teach high school special needs students. I will continue to work hard toward being a happy and contributing member of my community.