Celebrating British Columbia's grads of 2020 (2022)

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It's been a strange year for the graduating class of 2020, but it's still one worth celebrating

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Julia Piper

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Jun 20, 2020October 7, 202031 minute read Join the conversation

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Congratulations to all the graduates of 2020. (Grads are listing alphabetically by school)

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Adam Steele, Daniel Tyson, Matt Taylor, Nelson Fretenburg and Alberto Tancon

Argyle Secondary School, North Vancouver

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Cara O’Brien

Burnaby North Secondary School

For my future, my biggest hope is for happiness, and the long lasting feeling of being content. I hope to have no regrets, only lessons learned. I hope that I learn to break old habits, and form new and healthier ones. My future looks successful, and full of new learning. I hope that I actively grab every opportunity that presents itself before me, and that I experience everything life is willing to offer without any ‘but what if’s’. I hope that I learn to take life less seriously, and in turn become less stressed. I would like to see myself in 20 years with a new family, a university degree, a roof over my head and happiness in my mind and heart.

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Connor Casparie

Brooks Secondary School, Powell River

Connor is one of the 2020 graduates from Brooks Secondary.

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Mackenna De Haan

Burnsview Secondary School, North Delta

Mackenna is excited to begin the next chapter of her life. She will be attending the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George. She will be playing varsity soccer and beginning her journey to become a registered nurse specializing in pediatrics. After she graduates she plans to travel the world, using her nursing degree to gain more life experience in different countries. GO TIMBERWOLVES!

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Ching Yin Janice Wong

Burnaby North Secondary School

Janice hopes to go for accounting and finance in her bachelor’s degree, and wants to become a chartered public accountant. By participating in the Bright Ideas at SFU, an eight-week entrepreneurship education program, she learned how prominent the roles of accounting and finance are in facilitating an effective operation of business. Having a strong desire to achieve a deeper understanding of accounting and finance within the wider context of business and management, she chose economics and accounting in Grade 11 and 12. Janice is eager to further her knowledge, and build upon the foundations that she has laid. She looks forward to the opportunity to achieve a relevant degree, and pursue a career in the business field.

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Madeleine Ehinger

Carson Graham Secondary, North Vancouver

Madeleine is planning to pursue her interest and passion for art, psychology and mental health. Her hopes for the future include a world where mental health issues are treated with compassion, knowledge and hope. She enjoyed studying photography and visual arts in high school, with her final IB Project focused on ending the stigma surrounding mental health and opening the dialogue in a positive way for learning about those issues. She has been a figure skater with the Vancouver Skating Club and hopes to continue skating in the future. Compassion, kindness and equality are important actions that she would like to see for all in the future.

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Amelia Green

Coast Tsimshian Academy of Lax Kw’alaams (Port Simpson)

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Amelia pushed herself in honour of her mother who passed on. She worked hard to make her proud, and knows she is smiling down on her. She has been accepted into Blanche Macdonald in Vancouver for Global Makeup. She is very happy with how far she has come, and thanks her family and friends for all their support. Amelia is grateful to her teachers for all she’s learned, and is happy but sad to be graduating. She has many memories of her classmates and teachers. The time for new beginnings is now!

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Carissa Cooper

Coast Tsimshian Academy of Lax Kw’alaams (Port Simpson)

Carissa is the mother of three-year-old Jace Reed Morrison-Cooper. While it took her a while to graduate she’s earned her diploma and is part of the 2020 graduating class of Coast Tsimshian Academy of Lax Kw’alaams. She will be taking a four-year diploma for business administrators course at Langara College in Vancouver. Congratulations Carissa!

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Zaref Anderson

Collingwood School, West Vancouver

Zaref has always been inspired by how things work, and how to make them work better, which is why he’ll be studying mechanical engineering next year. He hopes that this will lead him to a successful career in the field, and will give him a better understanding of how the world works. Zaref hopes that the COVID-19 crisis is over soon as he would like nothing better than to be able to attend his classes in person next year.

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Katrina Aidelbaum

Crofton House School, Vancouver

I am attending the University of Victoria next year. I’ll be in commerce at the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business. The motto there is “The world looks different from here.” That is a relief. Right now my generation has a lot of work to do. During the next four years we will address important issues and put ideas into motion to make our world a better place. Right now we have the Covid-19 pandemic that currently doesn’t have a vaccine, other serious diseases, black lives matter, global warming, overdose concerns, widespread mental health issues and more. Our generation has a lot of ground to cover. I’m optimistic. We are the resilient grad class and generation. We won’t sit and watch. We are do-ers. We are optimists.

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Jena Benson

Delta Secondary School

Next year Jena will be attending UBC to study in their Faculty of Arts. She hopes to use her degree as a stepping stone to becoming a secondary school English teacher. Throughout her five years at DSS, she has been inspired by many unique teachers — particularly her English teachers. Their mentorship and encouragement allowed her to become a more confident person, and to take on more challenging positions in her school such as the 2020 Grad Council President. This realization led her to believe that the role of a teacher is an incredibly important job. Education is the biggest stepping stone in revealing one’s potential, and teachers are one of the biggest resources in educating the future generation of thinkers. Her greatest aspiration is to provide future students with a mentor and teacher who truly cares. She is looking forward to starting her post-secondary education, and starting to really work toward her goals.

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Taylor Dlugon

Delview Secondary School, North Delta

Taylor will be attending Douglas College in New Westminster to attain her Associates of Arts Degree with the hopes of transferring to UBC or SFU to further pursue her interest in psychology or teaching. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic she was scheduled to travel to Europe, but unfortunately the trip was cancelled due to travel restrictions. She hopes to travel once the restrictions are lifted, and would like to go to every Disneyland around the world.

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Macey Boutcher

DW Poppy Secondary School, Langley

The graduating class of 2020 has experienced a grad year like no other, time spent away from our friends and the classroom felt like a punishment. Who would have thought that a school year cut short would be so disappointing? Despite this, our spirit never faltered, we adapted, overcame and proved again that we are strong-willed, hard-working individuals. As this chapter of our young lives ends, we are given the opportunity to leave our mark on the rest of the world. Instead of sitting idly by, we are active; rather than letting our circumstances define us, we push forward. We have the strength in ourselves, as much as in our numbers to make this world a better place, and to alter it however we please. To disregard the platform we hold to spread our individual message, or to leave our talents untouched would be a shame. Get up, get out and be daring enough to change the world, because as a generation exploding with courage and capability, this is our next mission.

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Macey will be pursuing a post secondary degree in environmental science at Simon Fraser University. She is thankful for her friends, family and especially her dog, Harlow.

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Bronson Denham Erke

D.W. Poppy Secondary School, Langley

My hopes for the future are to continue with my reptile business and conservation as well as working and eventually owning the family trailer repair company. I am also hopeful to one day be free of my epilepsy and seizures to obtain my drivers licence and drive my Jeep and our Pro-Street Dart! I wish to change my hobby of biking into becoming a Pro mountain biker.

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Avalon Karlsen

Earl Marriott Secondary School, Surrey

Avalon is thankful for the opportunities that Earl Marriott has provided. She was given a lot of support and met many life long friends along the way. She is planning on becoming a second grade teacher so she can provide the next generation with the same experiences that were gifted to her. She will be attending the University of British Columbia to receive an undergraduate degree in education, and also hopes to achieve a PhD in psychology.

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Jenna Multani, Sarah Song, Orla Moore, Veronica Phillips, Annelie Wells and Ashley Van Ness

Earl Marriott Secondary School, Surrey

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Veronica Phillips

Earl Marriott Secondary School, Surrey

In the future Veronica hopes to have completed her studies at the University of British Columbia in sciences. She hopes to be working as an environmental scientist so that she can help fight the effects of climate change and participate in steering the world towards a more sustainable future.

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Soleil Lloyd and Maja Grandinetti

École Alpha Secondary School, Burnaby

Soleil (left) has been accepted into Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts for baking and pastry arts. She has started her own business called La Maison du Soleil, specializing in baked goods and gourmet cakes. She plans to open her own storefront once she has graduated from her program. Maja (right) has been accepted to UBC and is planning on double majoring in political science and philosophy before pursuing law school. After practicing as a lawyer she plans on running as political candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada.

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Katherine Gagnon

Ecole Jules Vernes, Vancouver

Katherine is excited about attending Concordia University this fall, seeing more of the world, and launching into her future.

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Quincy Barnsley

Elgin Secondary, South Surrey

Quincy has been accepted to UVIC’s Gustavson School of Business, and for the future he wants success and fulfilment.

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Brittan Griffiths

Elgin Park Secondary, South Surrey

I am going to start my Arbonne business and travel the world’s most beautiful beaches with my friends and family.

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Samantha Wright

Fleetwood Park Secondary School, Surrey

It was sad to hear that our grad events were cancelled, but I’ve been trying my best to look on the bright side of things. I’ve had a wonderful experience throughout elementary and high school. For my hopes and dreams, I hope to one day create art that will inspire people. I want to help people become their best selves and be able to express who they are. I hope to see the social norms on beauty standards change, so that people can be confident, and see the beauty in themselves. I’m not too sure what kind of career path that would be, but it is my dream to make people smile, and make people happy. I’m glad I got to have an amazing school experience and look forward to my future!

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Tori Kazemir

Gleneagle Secondary, Port Coquitlam

Graduate Tori Kazemir poses with her family in the backyard. Tori is going to SFU for linguistics and psychology. She would like to congratulate all of her fellow high school graduates!

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Kyra Lee

Gleneagle Secondary School, Coquitlam

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Thomas Nelson

G. W. Graham Secondary School, Chilliwack

Thomas hopesto become a successful person who can help others and make a change in their lives.

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Kieran Anderson

Handsworth Secondary School, North Vancouver

Kieran! We are so proud of you for persevering and excelling despite a global pandemic wreaking havoc during your final term. What an achievement being accepted into eight universities across Canada! No matter your choice, we know you will succeed with your dream of becoming a doctor. We love you forever and ever and always, Mom and Dad

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Annika Eng

Handsworth Secondary School, North Vancouver

Over the past five years, Handsworth has provided me with countless life changing opportunities, as well as prepared me with many necessary life skills. Although this is not how I pictured graduating and moving into the next chapter of my life, I am excited to be starting an Associate of Arts – Psychology Degree at Capilano University in the fall. My dreams for the future include getting to travel the world to explore new places and cultures, as well as starting a career where I get to work with and help people through their challenges. Thank you Handsworth for five amazing and unforgettable years!

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Shailin Djavanmardi

Heritage Woods Secondary School, Port Moody

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After graduation, Shailin hopes to receive her Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of British Columbia, which would assist in pursing her passion for the health care field. Shailin is looking forward to starting this new journey and all the experiences that will come with it.

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Jacob “Cubby” Myers

Heritage Woods Secondary School, Port Moody

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Hannah Dunkley

H.J. Cambie Secondary School, Richmond

Hannah is an accomplished artist, and has received many awards throughout her high school years, including the Junior Artist of the Year Award, and the Computer Aided Design Award (CADD). She has also received the District Fine Arts scholarship. Hannah’s parents are extremely proud of all of her accomplishments.

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Jonathan McGill

JN Burnett Senior Secondary, Richmond

Jonathan is excited to be joining the UBC Thunderbird varsity baseball team this fall. His hopes are to play baseball professionally and afterwards explore a career in the health sciences. He has been inspired by all our health care workers. As 2020 grads we are a unique group of students who have shared a collective experience which will make us stronger and more courageous as we take our next steps. Congratulations to all the 2020 grads!

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Davin Cuadra

Johnston Heights Secondary School, Surrey

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Marcelo Cavalcanti Araujo

John Oliver Secondary School, Vancouver

As a grad of 2020, what Marcelo hopes for the most for the future is that everything goes to normal as soon as possible, that all the problems due to COVID-19 are ended for good, and everyone can overcome whatever it may have caused in their lives. Marcelo hopes to one day become a professional in computer engineering having graduated from UBC.

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Sean Hylands

Langley Secondary School

My parents have always said, “You have the power to make the world a better place. No matter how big or small our actions are, we can all make a difference.” With all the challenges in the world right now, this is couldn’t be more true. My hopes for the future are for everyone to come out this pandemic with more strength, more patience, and more tolerance, and for communities to be more united. Together, we can make the world a better place. As a graduate of 2020, I have lost many “one time” experiences and opportunities. However, I am very thankful for the things I still have and for the things that are to come. In January 2021, I will be attending the Ironworker Foundation Program at BCIT. This program combines my desire of hands-on work and my love of heights, as well as helps satisfy the need for more trades specialists in B.C. My goal is to establish a career in construction management. Lastly, I would to send a special thank you to my teachers Ms. Rand, Ms. Thorpe, and Mr. McMath, to my trampoline coaches, Rusty Pierce and Arlee Schmidt, and, especially, to my parents.

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Mercy Stretton

Lions Gate Christian Academy, North Vancouver

For the past 10 years Mercy has had the immense privilege of growing up alongside the LCGA Class of 2020. They have seen each other grow in maturity and strength, with unique gifts and talents, into remarkable people, that she is proud to know. She would like to thank her beautiful teachers for always standing by the students pushing them to greatness. She thanks all the families for believing in us, advocating for us, listening to us, cleaning up our tears, for showing us how to live with strength and character, and for loving us unconditionally. And finally, she would like to thank her fellow classmates for showing her who she wants to be — for having crazy adventures with her, for making her laugh until she cries, and for helping her pass her classes! Remember, cling to what is good; it will never steer you wrong. Be anxious for nothing; rely wholly on Jesus. Dream dreams, follow your callings and live your lives with the kind of reckless love that our God displays to us. Never apologize for your colourfulness and live each day in complete comfort that no matter what, He will always be there to pick you up. Upon graduation Mercy will be attending Simon Fraser University.

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India Aikins

Lord Tweedsmuir, Surrey

India is a 2020 graduate with a 4.0 GPA. She is an elite basketball player — committed on a scholarship to pursue her academic and basketball dreams of playing Div. 1 at University of California Riverside. She is the only one of her class (male and female) who has attained a Div. 1 scholarship in any sport.

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Maya Sly

L.V. Rogers Secondary School, Nelson

Maya hopes to study psychology at the University of British Columbia. If possible, she would also love to study at the University of Victoria and the University of Ottawa. Obtaining a Master’s degree and PhD has always been an aspiration of hers, and she hopes to do this at one of these universities. Is she has the chance she would like to travel and explore more of the world. She wants to be a positive influence on everyone around her, and work to make the world a more positive and accepting place for everyone. Throughout her life Maya has had amazing teachers, mentors, and parents, who have helped her, and she is extremely grateful for their presence.

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Elizabeth Kennedy

McMath Secondary School, Richmond

Next year Elizabeth will be attending Saint Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. While there she will be studying business and playing on their varsity basketball team. She has also received a major entrance scholarship to the St. FX business program recognizing her academic achievement and community service. While in high school Elizabeth was an active member of both the athletic and leadership programs. She participated in and coached many sports teams including playing for 23 different teams over five years. She was recognized as a provincial all-star in basketball this year. In addition to coaching Elizabeth volunteered her time for many clubs and events. She was also lucky enough to participate in a humanitarian trip to Costa Rica this past March. In the future, she hopes to continue to be involved in sports and encourage other young athletes to pursue their athletic passions. She looks forward to having the opportunity to play basketball at such a high level for the duration of her university education. She is excited to see the impact that the class of 2020 will have on our world.

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John and Emily Potkonjak

Magee Secondary School, Vancouver

John and Emily are following in the footsteps of their parents who graduated from Magee in 1987. The twins have thoroughly enjoyed their five years at Magee and have been very active students. Both played basketball and excelled academically. John played the baritone in the wind ensemble. Their future plans include attending the University of Victoria. John will be studying business and related subjects, and Emily will study arts with a view of changing to education. Many thanks to all who have helped them on their journey. They have made wonderful friends and and will have great memories.

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Joshua Rose

Maple Ridge Secondary School

People may want more money or a better system to learn but we all know that doesn’t matter, what truly matters is the enjoyment of the life you live and how you spend your time.

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Salomè Unger

MEI Secondary School, Abbotsford

Salomè’s great grandfather is Arthur Dirks and will be 99 this year. This photo was taken outside Menno Home in Abbotsford. The home has been shut down to visitors since the start of the pandemic. Salomè plans on attending the University of Victoria in September to pursue journalism and law.

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Taylor Ewert

Mennonite Education Institute, Abbotsford

Taylor plans to attend Trinity Western University in the fall and will be working toward a Bachelor of Science, majoring in biology. She developed a passion for science during her high school years, and because of this interest, she hopes to pursue a career in the sciences. Taylor is currently interested in entering the medical field to become a doctor, specializing in pediatrics. She’d like to use her passion for science to benefit others in the community through the medical field by volunteering with Doctors Without Borders.

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Ivy Smith

Merritt Secondary School

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Andrew Mattes

Nanaimo District Secondary School

Andrew’s proud parents Alex and Sarah, along with the extended Mattes and Warner families have constantly cheered Andrew on. He has been balancing his athletics, school and volunteerism, while working at Thrifty’s on the front line during COVID-19. Andrew has accepted an offer to play with the Vancouver Island Raiders Football Club, was named to the B.C. Top 50 Rugby Players, and will play for the Vancouver Island Hornets Rugby Club in the future.

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TasfiyahKabir

New Westminster Secondary School

Congratulations graduates! We knew 2020 was going to be our year and corona doesn’t change that. For every action, there is an equal but opposite reaction. Corona has taken its hit but we will continue to move towards our dreams, pushing back just as strong as this bump in the road has pushed us. The days ahead are just as bright as they were before. Our 2020 vision may have seemed blurry but now it’s clearer than ever. Our graduation may not have been traditional but we graduates aren’t traditional either. The whole world comes together to celebrate us, the class that will shape the future. At this very moment, the numbers of corona cases are rising and we lose more people around us. I reach out my hands, trying to catch the broken pieces of the world and all the pain that I want to heal only to realize that my hands…are too small. But that’s when I remember, that my hands might be a lone pair but me? I’m not alone. We began our journey as individuals, but thanks to covid, we unite today as coviduals: joint together and stronger than ever, ready to take on the world!

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Akeksandra Novosiltseff (Sasha)

New Westminster Secondary School

Sasha is looking forward to taking her ECE (Early Childhood Education) program at Douglas College. Once COVID-19 is over she looks forward to visiting her cousin in Italy, and the rest of her family in Brazil. She would also like to take a Greek cruise.

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Danielle Bond

Notre Dame Regional Secondary School, Vancouver

After five very successful years at Notre Dame, Danielle is off to SFU’s Beedie School of Business. She wishes all her fellow graduates the best in their future endeavours.

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Mikayla Medwedrich

Notre Dame Regional Secondary School, Vancouver

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Natalie Daniels

Pitt Meadows Secondary School

Natalie hopes to work for The Walt Disney Company as an animator. In the next few months, she will be taking computer 3D animation and digital art courses through Vancouver art schools.

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Olivia Steed

Pitt Meadows Secondary School

In the fall Olivia will be pursuing interactive arts at SFU’s School of Interactive Arts and Technology. Her dream is to be a graphic designer, or us her experience designer. She also wants to make pottery and art on the side. She wants to thank her family and friends for supporting her now and always, and she is very grateful for the amazing opportunities and experiences high school provided her. Go Grad 2020!

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Alex Turpin

Port Moody Secondary School

Alex has been co-president of his school for four years, and is the head of the Grad Council. Alex is also a SOAR leader teaching Grade 9 students important lessons like social media awareness and the effects of drugs. Alex moved out on his own when he was 15 and is a child in care. His plan is to become a criminal lawyer and a youth advocate and change the child protection system so that children aren’t in any danger with how their case is handled. His hopes for next year while studying at UBC is to tutor at-risk youth because he believes education and dedication to education is the strongest way to survive an unfit home. Alex has won significant scholarships from companies, trades, faculties and school districts.

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He would like to pass along a message to his fellow grads: “CongratulationsGrads of 2020 for all of your hard work and perseverance. We are a family like no other. I would like to thank my fellow classmates for allowing me to have endless leadership opportunities and for being a part of what I call home. I’m looking forward to seeing all of you in the future and hearing your stories. I wish you all the best!”

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Adam Finch

St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary, Abbotsford

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Joshua Hudon

St. Thomas Aquinas High School, North Vancouver

We are so proud of our son. He has the biggest heart and the biggest smile. Congratulations on your graduation. So happy to share in your excitement of this special day. We celebrate you today and all your successes and accomplishments. We are excited for your future and your next big adventure in Australia. It’s time for us to step back and let you shine. Love you always, Mom and Dad.

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Michael O’Flynn

St. Thomas Aquinas, North Vancouver

In the fall Michael hopes to be crossing the country by car, train or plane (whatever it takes!) to attend Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. He looks forward to beginning his Bachelors in Kinesiology, as well as playing goalkeeper on the USports Axemen soccer team. His dream is to be a physiotherapist due to his love of sports, and from his personal experiences with injury along the way. Michael had to work really hard to reach a high level of soccer, and put a lot of effort into his schoolwork. He is excited for the next stage of his life on the other side of the country, with a new community and a new team. He sends gratitude and thanks to all his friends and family who supported him.

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Alexander Cordeiro

St. Thomas More Collegiate, Burnaby

Alex will be attending Trinity Western University in fall 2020 and hopes to major in History. Alex is an avid football and soccer player, and has received a Founders Academic scholarship as well as a soccer scholarship. He’s looking forward to continuing to play a game he loves as well as pursue his love of history.

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Joshua Greco

St. Thomas More Collegiate, Burnaby

Joshua is a proud 2020 graduate of Saint Thomas More Collegiate. He is successful in both academics and athletics, and has maintained a Distinction Honour Roll average over the past five years. He’s also an avid soccer player on Mountain United FC in the BCSPL and has represented British Columbia at the National Championships twice. Joshua’s plans are to attend Simon Fraser University in the faculty of science, specifically the study of kinesiology. He has chosen this career path as it is a direct match to his interests and passions. He is looking forward to the next chapter of my life, and sends congratulations to all the 2020 graduates.

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Mia Lopes

St. Thomas More Collegiate, Burnaby

Mia will be attending Simon Fraser University to study psychology. She would like to thank her friends, family and teachers for guiding her and supporting her along the way. Wishing all the Grads of 2020 the very best!

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Sebastian Pugliese

St. Thomas More Collegiate, Burnaby

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Tyson Schaal

Samuel Robertson Technical Secondary School, Maple Ridge

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Hannah Selby

Sardis Secondary School, Chilliwack

Hannah is a vey bright young women. She is a kind, caring, intelligent, witty, and an old soul. She has had a few struggles as our family went through a very difficult three years, but she persevered greatly, and never gave up. She wants to attend the University of British Columbia for Nursing. Hannah is loved and appreciated for the wonderful women she is.

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Olivia Anne Dubé

Seaquam Secondary School, Delta

“I am a big bird winging over high mountains, down into serene valleys. I am ripples of waves on silver seas. I’m a spring leaf trembling in anticipation of full growth.” — Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter.

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Joshan Gill

Seaquam Secondary School, Delta

We are so proud of you and your accomplishments. We wish you all the best in your future endeavours. Good luck at UBC! Love Dad, Mom and Jayden.

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Jay Mather

Seaquam Secondary School, Delta

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Makenna Schierling

Seaquam Secondary School, Delta

Makenna will be attending the University of Victoria in September to pursue her Bachelor of Science. Makenna, we love you, and we are so incredibly proud of your determination, dedication, and of the amazing person you are. Always remember, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Love Mom, Dad, and Caitlin.

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Sasha Byelkova, Shanelle Gill, Joanna Wang, Vivian Yin, and Sean Yin

Semiahmoo Secondary School, Surrey

It is hard to believe that we are already living in the year 2020. This is the far-off sounding year where we all imagined we would have flying cars and have our first human to Mars. Instead, 2020 turned a different direction, much I think, from these expectations. 2020 was a difficult year for everyone, for several different reasons on various levels. So, while we as the class of 2020 celebrate, we also have to be careful and attentive to everyone around us too. Despite what has happened this year, I am proud to say I am graduating as a part of the class of 2020. Not everyone can say the Obamas, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, and BTS wished them off for their grad year in a livestream concert! We had to skip and lose so much of our grad year, but we must not let this go to waste. I am going to treat this as a wake-up call, telling us that anything can happen whenever, wherever. We got to grasp onto time, and soak up every minute we got. If we are able to take this time and make it into a call for action, I think we are going to have a bright future before us.

— Vivian Yin

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Raihaan Lalani

Sentinel Secondary School, West Vancouver

Raihann has had a great time during his high school journey and has met many amazing people. He look forward to going to university and studying commerce in the fall, and is excited for all the adventures that lie ahead.

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Emma Hay

Sir Winston Churchill Secondary, Vancouver

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Jade Ridgewell

South Delta Secondary School

Jade is an avid hockey player and a very good student. In the fall she will be attending Trinity Western University, and hopes one day to be an Olympic athlete representing Canada.

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Veronika Copping

Surrey Christian School

Veronika is a proud 2020 grad from Surrey Christian School. She has not yet fully decided what she intends to pursue in terms of career, but plans to attend the University of British Columbia and take courses in the realm of social sciences, and graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics-Philosophy-Economics. At the age of six, Veronika founded a non-profit organization called The Juicebox Project. Since then, each week, they collect refundable beverage containers from an elementary school and other local organizations, sort them, return them for money, and then use that money to sponsor wheelchairs for children in Guatemala. She plans to gain the skills necessary to grow her non-profit organization and further that work. She would like to work in a sector that allows her to continually create change in the lives of others and make the world a better place for everyone.

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Bianca Roma Stella Marconato

Terry Fox Senior Secondary School Port Coquitlam

Although we as grads are having to forgo our Graduation festivities of 2020, we have so much more of life left to look forward to. I feel so fortunate to have graduated, and am moving onto Simon Fraser University in the fall to study Criminology and Physchology to eventually pursue a career in the field of Law, within the Human Rights Sector. The world we live in today is a very challenging one with regards to equality, gender equality and racism. I hope to help my fellow citizens of Canada, secure the freedom of speech and equal rights for women and men within their governed areas. I wish the best for all my fellow Grads of 2020 nation wide!!

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Aidan Snelling

Terry Fox Secondary School, Port Coquitlam

Aidan is graduating from Terry Fox Secondary School, which seems odd to say when all the typical grad activities have been limited or cancelled. He hopes things will get better in the future and that everyone gets through these hard times together. Aidan is hoping to be able to go to college and get an associate’s degree in psychology or criminology. He is also looking at marketing with a focus on video games. Aidan sends a virtual “hats off” to all his fellow 2020 graduates.

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Hannah Belsey

Thomas Haney Secondary School, Maple Ridge

Hannah sends a huge thank you to her family, teachers, friends and everyone who made high school so incredibly memorable. Her plan for next year is to work, and her hope for the future is to travel and start a career in fashion and business. #2020!

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Brianna Christensen

Thomas Haney Secondary School, Maple Ridge

Brianna has been accepted to the University of the Fraser Valley this fall. She will be working toward a Bachelor of Arts Degree, and plans to pursue a career in teaching. She would eventually like to travel to Korea to teach English.

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Hannah Homsy

Thomas Haney Secondary School, Maple Ridge

Hannah will be studying to become a counsellor. She looks forward to learning how to help people with problems they may be dealing with. She also hopes to do some travelling in the future.

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Reed Taylor

Samuel Robertson Technical Senior Secondary, Maple Ridge.

Reed has excelled in music and singing throughout her tenure at SRT and is looking forward to post secondary studies in the fall.

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Ziven Anderson

University Transition Program, UBC, Vancouver

I believe in the proverbial phrase “the future is now.” Although I do not know exactly which field I will pursue, I do know that by taking action today, I can shape a life of my dreams. My name is Ziven Anderson, and I am graduating from the University Transition Program — a program for gifted learners to complete high school in two years, although I have finished it in one year. I have eclectic interests ranging from computer programming to quantum mechanics to writing. I hope to fuse these together, along with my entrepreneurial passion, by starting a technology company with the intention of making a positive difference in the world — something I have wanted to do ever since I was a young child. Next year, I will begin my studies at the University of British Columbia in a science and business dual degree program. Beyond that, who knows? Maybe I will pursue a PhD. For now, although I am saddened by global events from the COVID-19 pandemic to issues of systemic racism, I am excited by the prospect that we are living through future history, and I hope that I can help shape it by seizing the future now.

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Joseph Diaz

Vancouver Technical Secondary School

Joseph would like to go into marketing after graduation, and plans to attend Langara College.

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Elise Varty

Vancouver Technical Secondary School

Over the summer, Elise plans on working and enjoying what B.C. has to offer by hiking, kayaking and camping. Next fall she will be attending the University of Victoria for psychology and social justice and plans to live on campus. After getting her undergraduate degree in Psychology, she hopes to attend law school to pursue a career as a criminal lawyer. Her ultimate goal is to become Prime Minister. Elise is happy to have graduated and excited for the future.

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Lucas Calliou and Maiah DelMundo

Wellington Secondary School, Nanaimo and Nanaimo District Secondary School

Lucas is graduating from Wellington Secondary School, and his family are very proud of him as he starts his new chapter. Lucas will be attending Vancouver Island University and will be taking the auto tech course. His girlfriend Maiah DelMundo is graduating from Nanaimo District Secondary School, and will be taking the nursing program at Vancouver Island University. Both families are immensely proud of these two, and they cannot wait to see where the future takes them. Congrats to all the grads of 2020!

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Kaitlin Yuen

Wellington Secondary School, Nanaimo

Hopes & Dreams:As we navigate through unprecedented times, one of my favourite quotes and personal words to live by “treat people with kindness” is now more true than ever. I’m looking forward to embarking on the next chapter and becoming the best version of myself. I will achieve successes whether at work, school, or life in general and will continue to savour and share these milestones with the people I love most.

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Ashley Khoe Eng

West Vancouver High School

Ashley is graduating from West Van High with Honours this year, and also completing the Classical Piano Program at the Royal Conservatory of Music. She has enjoyed travelling all over different parts of the world and is excited about eventually settling down in New York City. Ashley is looking forward to starting her post secondary education at UBC in the fall and finding her passions in life and work.

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Lauren Reimer

Westview Secondary School, Maple Ridge

Lauren is an engaged and active student at Westview. She has amazing aspirations to be a school teacher and will be attending college in the fall. Her entire family is very proud of her and the accomplishments she’s made thus far, and they are sending huge congratulations to the entire class of 2020 at Westview.

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Hannah and Paige Sharpe

Windsor Secondary School, North Vancouver

Next year Hannah (left) will be attending Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, where she’ll be studying International Business. With this program she hopes to specialize in marketing and go into a career in this field. Her dream is to work and to travel, specifically around Europe and hopefully make her way back to Vancouver in the future. Paige will be attending the University of Waterloo in the fall. At Waterloo she will be studying health sciences and playing on the varsity field hockey team. After five years of both studying and doing co-ops she hopes to further her education by attending medical school with the final goal of becoming a physician.

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Jolene Verdicchio

Windsor Secondary School, North Vancouver

Even though Jolene’s class has faced many challenges, they have also had many blessings. During this time she has had time to reflect. In that reflection she realized that we have the freedom to be whatever we want to be, and that we are much more stronger than we ever thought we could be. She wants to say to the Class of 2020 this is a grad that will go down in history. Here’s to the future.

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Kaitlyn Ng

Windermere Secondary.

Kaitlyn wishes the best of luck to her fellow grads, and she can’t wait to see where life will take us next!

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Eden Greta Baerg

Yale Secondary in Abbotsford

I plan to study social work at UFV beginning this fall and perhaps eventually get my Law Degree. Working in the field of civil rights is something I’m currently very drawn to. I’m also very excited to continue my volleyball career playing with CBC Bearcats in Abbotsford this coming year. In the future I hope to coach other young athletes in the sport.

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Myrtle Rances

Yale Secondary School, Abbotsford

Although my senior year was cut short, my hopes for the future remain the same. I aspire to impact people in a way that will leave my mark in this world. In whatever career I choose to pursue, my hope is to help others and be part of a greater change, whether in the education system or the world of medicine. I desire to be the one who supports those behind me and press toward a brighter future. I might not make the biggest difference in this world but I will strive to accomplish my best. I hope that after this pandemic passes, we will witness the world healing and people appreciating what was once left unnoticed. Graduating during these times leaves us with the empty feeling that we did not experience the expected but allows us to cling on to our hopes and show the world what we have to offer.

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Mackenzie Rosehart

Yale Secondary School, Abbotsford

Throughout her years at Yale, Mackenzie has worked extremely hard in all her classes to get where she is today. As she approaches the end of her grad year, she can’t help but look back on all the good memories she had in high school — whether it be live2give, pep rallies, or just hanging out with her friends. Although Mackenzie is discouraged that her final year of high school was cut short, she is grateful for all the love and support from family, friends, and teachers as we navigate through these troubling times. Starting in September she will be attending the University of the Fraser Valley to start her journey to become a nurse. She is beyond excited and can’t wait to see what the future holds!

Compiled by Julia Piper: jpiper@postmedia.com

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Your high school graduation is perhaps the first big milestone of your life.. Many schools have resorted to holding virtual graduation ceremonies, or physically distant ones, where a small number of students cross the stage at a time.. It’s just sort of always been like a given … so, it’s definitely super weird to have it sort of like ripped out of your hands,” said Ella, a Chilliwack Secondary School graduate.. As students face a disappointing end to their high-school experience, schools, families and communities are trying to commemorate the grads of 2020 in the best way they can.. With religious gatherings also discouraged during the pandemic, a church in Surrey offered up its space for free to host and organize commencement ceremonies for more than 1,300 students from nine different schools.. The first such event on May 27, for students of Surrey's Earl Marriott Secondary, had all the ingredients of a typical graduation ceremony, while keeping everyone two metres apart to follow physical distancing rules.. A number of high school graduates of Earl Marriott Secondary School stand two metres apart in the parking lot of Peace Portal Alliance Church, while they wait to cross the stage inside.. Earl Marriott Secondary School graduate Corina Gill tosses her cap in the air after her physically distanced commencement on May 27.. Holly, who was homeschooled through the Traditional Learning Online Academy, said her school's graduations are typically smaller than those held elsewhere but give students “a glimpse of what a normal grad would be like.". The dinner and dance for Holly Bradbury's online school was cancelled, but that didn't stop her from getting dressed up in her gown and heading out to Queen Elizabeth Park to take pictures.

They are graduating from Henry Wise Wood High School this year but there will be no large ceremonies due to COVID-19.Photo by Gavin Young/Postmedia Twin sisters Claire and Jane Hopkins have had visions of the perfect graduation.. “I’ve imagined this since elementary (school), to walk across the stage, to have that closure, and to share it with all the friends that you’ve been through so much with.”. As members of Henry Wise Wood High School’s grad committee, Claire and Jane — along with many of their classmates, teachers and school staff — are putting together a video tribute for graduation.. “We’re so proud of them, they’ve faced so much adversity, anxiety.. It’s a celebration of community, a celebration of all the hard work and all the relationships you’ve formed over many, many years of schooling,” he said.. Some students are also looking forward to the fall and the possibilities of gathering with their graduating class once again at schools.

Not only did Governor General Academic Silver Award winner and chemistry grad Kelvin Urbina win 12 academic awards at Ryerson, his experience also helped him “understand and appreciate all the different aspects that compose my identity — Latinx, Miskito, first generation, person of colour, queer.” Urbina is now heading to a fully funded chemistry doctorate program at Rutgers University.. The way Ryerson delivered an academic experience premised on experiential learning and community involvement ensured that each day was meaningful.. Like many students, starting out at Ryerson had its fair share of challenges.. My professors taught with integrity, passion and charisma, leading to my own personal academic success.. “My experience at Ryerson was incredibly meaningful.. Thus, I made it my mission to actively volunteer and participate in the Ryerson community, strive for academic excellence, gain professional experience and maintain a social life.. Alannah Fricker School of Social Work, Faculty of Community Services Ryerson Gold Medal and Board of Governor Leadership Award. Thank you to everyone who has supported me during my time at Ryerson and in my endeavours.”. Although I’ve gained invaluable technical skills and theoretical knowledge through courses, the most meaningful lessons I’ve learned are how to be thoughtful, and how to make the decisions that will allow me to pursue real-world challenges I care about.. “Ryerson is more than just the place I went to university.. It’s a place where I met some incredible people and made lifelong friends.. As a member of the Ryerson Rams Robotics (R3) team, I helped start and support the African Canadian Christian Network FIRST robotics team.. Without the direct support of my professors and peers, I would have missed out on some of my most memorable experiences.”. Joshua Ng Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Science Governor General Academic Silver Medal. But by the end of my five years at Ryerson, I can confidently say I made the most out of my university experience.

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