Ancaster High, HDCH students off to SHAD for gifted students

Community Jun 17, 2016 Ancaster News

Two Ancaster students will be heading to university this summer to participate in a national program designed to help build Canada’s future leaders.

Taylor Arruda, an Ancaster High School student, and Justin Luth from Hamilton District Christian High School are among 701 students from across the country who will be immersed in an intense one-month program focused on science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The program runs at 12 host universities from coast to coast from July 3-29. It is offered through SHAD, a Canadian charitable non-profit organization that helps exceptional high school students recognize and envision their full potential.

Ancaster High, HDCH students off to SHAD for gifted students

Community Jun 17, 2016 Ancaster News

Two Ancaster students will be heading to university this summer to participate in a national program designed to help build Canada’s future leaders.

Taylor Arruda, an Ancaster High School student, and Justin Luth from Hamilton District Christian High School are among 701 students from across the country who will be immersed in an intense one-month program focused on science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The program runs at 12 host universities from coast to coast from July 3-29. It is offered through SHAD, a Canadian charitable non-profit organization that helps exceptional high school students recognize and envision their full potential.

Ancaster High, HDCH students off to SHAD for gifted students

Community Jun 17, 2016 Ancaster News

Two Ancaster students will be heading to university this summer to participate in a national program designed to help build Canada’s future leaders.

Taylor Arruda, an Ancaster High School student, and Justin Luth from Hamilton District Christian High School are among 701 students from across the country who will be immersed in an intense one-month program focused on science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The program runs at 12 host universities from coast to coast from July 3-29. It is offered through SHAD, a Canadian charitable non-profit organization that helps exceptional high school students recognize and envision their full potential.