Governor General's Academic Medal

The Governor General's Academic Medal was first awarded in 1873 by the Earl of Dufferin, and has since become one of the most prestigious awards that a student in a Canadian educational Institution can receive.  The governor general of Canada continues this tradition of encouraging scholarship across the nation and recognizing outstanding students.

The Governor General's Bronze Medal is awarded to the student who achieves the highest average upon graduation from St. Andrew's Regional High School. The average includes all grade 11 and grade 12 courses as listed on the student's official Transcript of Grades issued by the ministry of education.  The average cannot be anticipated; it must be calculated based on final results after provincial examinations. 

St. Andrew's Medal Recipients are:

Year Recipient
1988 Geneviève Lacerte
1989 Robert Ho
1990 Eliza Eisenhawer
1991 Theresa Koster
1992 Man-Yin Cheuk
1993 Michelle Bacon
1994 Sara Malton
1995 Elizabeth L'Heureux
1996 Shannon D. Elliott
1997 Ashley Danielle Picyk
1998 Ian Michael Nugent
1999 Paula Nicole Crowe
2000 Geneviève Marie Tamosiunas
2001 Wei Shao
2002 Katherine Walzak
2003 Timio Joseph Colistro
2004 Alison Anne Walzak
2005 Kathryn Mary Fitzmaurice
2006 Jeremy Robert Cote
2007 Catherine Anne Shenton
2008 Nicolette Pearse
2009 Raya MacKenzie
2010 Marianne Brimmell
2011 Crystal Yu
2012  Michelle Kim

 

Testimonials
This is how I explain what religion at this school teaches me. Sure I learn the history and analyze the Bible, but I also have been forming a set of morals and values that will go with me for the rest of my life. They are the foundation of who I am.
Breanna Student
I am very excited to be able to link my Olympic journey, full of trials and tribulations, back to a very important time and place in my life: St. Andrew's Regional High School.
Dave Calder Alumnus
I feel truly blessed to have had the privilege of attending St. Andrew’s Regional High School. St. Andrew’s has given me the opportunity to grow spiritually, academically, artistically, and athletically.
Nick Student