A group of ten grade 8 and 9 students from St. Thomas Aquinas CHS in Russell, Ontario, known as the AVENGERS (A Very Energetic Nerdy Group of Environmentally Responsible Students), have been working hard on an innovative environmental project.
When grade five teachers at St. Luke School (Nepean) began brainstorming a science project for their students, they had no idea that the project would turn into an opportunity for students to live out their Gospel values.
At only 13, Tianna is working hard to help eliminate racism in Canada and around the world through music. Her faith-based education has sparked her passion for fairness and community and has helped Tianna flourish.
The Ottawa Catholic School Board became a model case study for the Canadian Education Association’s examination into what makes a school system an innovation leader. OCSB was ultimately selected among 35 school districts to participate in CEA’s program and received a $10,000 contribution courtesy of State Farm Canada to support their ongoing innovation.