A Markham student is one of four York Catholic District School Board students who achieved an “outstanding academic achievement” with a perfect 100 per cent graduating average.
Sarvnaz Ale Mohammad attends St. Robert Catholic High School in Thornhill. She’ll attend the University of Toronto Engineering Science program and has plans to innovate for the advancement of social good.
She credits her accomplishment to time management and the ability to prioritize. Giuseppe Carito and Rachel Gaspar from St. Jean de Brebeuf C.H.S. and Maya Paladino from Father Bressani C.H.S., both in Woodbridge, also earned 100 per cent graduating averages.
“Congratulations to our Top Scholars on achieving one of the biggest accomplishments of your lives,” says Director of Education Domenic Scuglia. “This is an outstanding academic achievement, and we send you heartfelt congratulations and wish you all the best on your next journey. The success of all of our Top Scholars is also due in part to their parents, families, friends, teachers, education workers, administrators, student services personnel, Catholic Education Centre staff, and trustees who have supported and encouraged them throughout their time with York Catholic.”
The Top Scholars from Markham schools are Arun Hariharan of Father Michael McGivney of C.H.S. with a 99.5 per cent average, Louis Sun of St. Augustine C.H.S with a 98.67 per cent average and Nicole Kim of St. Brother Andre C.H.S with a 99.5 per cent average.