Tri-Sci Competition

The grade 11 students were invited to compete in the York University Tri-Sci Competition, placing second out of six teams. The competition consisted of 3 multiple choice sections and one hands-on section covering various topics in physics, chemistry, and biology. Students also enjoyed a tour of the university!

Stories Behind Books

This week, the grade 9 English students began presenting their timeline projects based on Neil Gaiman’s quote: “Without our stories we are incomplete”. Students reflected on their lives and pinpointed key forms of literature that impacted who they’d become, which helped them realize the power that stories hold.

Ottawa Trip

This week, the grade 10 history students partook on the annual three-day trip to Ottawa. The schedule includes a guided tour of the Supreme Court, a skating adventure on the iconic Rideau Canal and visits to multiple galleries and museums to educate students on the rich culture of Canada.

Winterfest 2017

TOPS students participated in MGCI’s annual Winterfest Activity Day to relax after a busy semester. Winterfest offers students the opportunity to try fun, new activities with their peers. Some of the options available this year were rock climbing, skiing, a downtown scavenger hunt, and a visit to the Toronto International Film Festival.