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iDiv Construction Summer 2014

Seven Upper School classrooms will be transformed this summer.

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It’s not too late to register for summer day camps — spaces are still available through to August 22.

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Upper Canada College was founded in 1829 and is one of North America’s foremost boys’ schools, offering Senior Kindergarten through university entrance and boarding for 88 students from outside of Toronto. Graduates of UCC — an International Baccalaureate World School with one of the broadest programs in the country — are highly regarded by top universities and post-secondary institutions worldwide. Our global network of alumni includes leaders and innovators in politics, finance, arts, athletics, media and beyond.


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UCC father and son climb Europe’s highest peak

Grade 9 student Tom Gormley joined his Old Boy father Dan Gormley ’79 in climbing Russia’s Mount Elbrus this month.

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Young Old Boys head out

More than 130 alumni made it to the sixth annual Young Old Boys Night Out at El Caballito Tequilla Bar in Toronto on June 11,

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Great rowing season wraps up with third place finish at year-end regatta

Finishing ahead of traditional rowing powerhouses, UCC rowers placed third overall at the Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association Championships.

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Varsity lacrosse team places fifth at OFSAA

The Blues captured fifth place at the AAA/AAAA OFSAA lacrosse tournament.

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Final Upper School assembly hits notes of grace and poetry

The final Upper School assembly of the year offered a beautiful memorial for teacher Christine Kouremenos and a poem by Ben Mahon.

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Exhibition cricket match could lead to bigger partnership

UCC’s cricket team lost a recent exhibition match, but the score wasn’t as important as a developing relationship with Valley Park Go Green Cricket Field.

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The IB at UCC: Future Possibilities

Students, parents, teachers and alumni reflect on the value of the IB education at Upper Canada College.

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Apply to UCC starting September 1

Smart, talented, high-achieving boys and their parents, please note: Applications for admission to UCC open soon.

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UCC father and son climb Europe’s highest peak

Grade 9 student Tom Gormley joined his Old Boy father Dan Gormley ’79 in climbing Russia’s Mount Elbrus this month.

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Young Old Boys head out

More than 130 alumni made it to the sixth annual Young Old Boys Night Out at El Caballito Tequilla Bar in Toronto on June 11,

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Great rowing season wraps up with third place finish at year-end regatta

Finishing ahead of traditional rowing powerhouses, UCC rowers placed third overall at the Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association Championships.

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Clayton Jeffrey breaks Canadian hurdling record

UCC’s Clayton Jeffrey broke a previous Canadian record while finishing second in the junior boys 300-metre hurdles at the OFSAA track and field championships.

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New parents reception offers warm welcome

A great time was had by all at our third annual new parents reception on Tuesday, June 3

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Varsity lacrosse team places fifth at OFSAA

The Blues captured fifth place at the AAA/AAAA OFSAA lacrosse tournament.

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80th Joe Cressy Memorial Golf Tournament an amazing day

An amazing day was had by all at the 80th Joe Cressy Memorial Golf Tournament, Wednesday, June 4 at the Copper Creek Golf Club.

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P.J. Conlon wins OFSAA tennis silver medal

P.J. Conlon compiled a 5-0 record leading to the final of the OFSAA tennis championship before losing his final match.

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Love what you’re reading? “Like” us on Facebook

The thrill still hasn’t worn off. When we post a great story it’s always fun to see the comments and the total “likes.”

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“Mick Rercer” student video showcases Norval’s precarious ecosystem

David Girard’s Grade 6 science class has been busy studying a unit called “Interactions in the environment.” They’ve spent their time learning about ecosystems, in an effort to stop Eco-Corp from buying part of Norval to build a new condominium development.

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Student writing journal, Quiddity, celebrates 23 years of self-expression

The attractively-bound edition would look at home on the small-press shelves of any well-curated bookstore. This year’s Quiddity, UCC’s creative writing journal, offers 114 pages of student submissions. (Please browse the attached flipbook.)

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Adrian and Andrew PelIt’s “three for three” Old Boy brothers at Cambridge
Old Boy

The three Pel brothers are making a habit out of attending Cambridge University.

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Philadelphia Flyers v Ottawa SenatorsColin Greening
Old Boy

Colin Greening ’05 has almost three years of NHL hockey under his belt, as an Ottawa Senators forward. And he’s also the poster boy for “all-rounder,” when you factor in the top grades he maintained at Cornell University.

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Jameel JafferJameel Jaffer
Old Boy

Jameel Jaffer ’90′s role with the American Civil Liberties Union has put him at the forefront of hot-button topics that have sweeping ramifications around the globe.

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tomTom Szaky
Old Boy

As a UCC student who’d recently emigrated from Hungary, Tom Szaky ’01 caught the entrepreneurial bug by observing his peers’ parents. “All these parents in successful businesses opened my eyes in a cool way.”

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Anthony HuaAnthony Hua
Student, Grade 9

Year 2 Rubik’s Cube whiz Anthony Hua has made wealthy, influential friends lately. Ranked 41st in Canada, after solving the puzzle in 12.13 seconds, he is now creating customized Cubes for some very famous people.

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John GrahamJohn Graham
Old Boy

John Graham ’52 is a former Canadian diplomat who served as a spy for the CIA in Cuba in 1963 and 1964.

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ty.jpgTy Greenberg
Student, Grade 8

Ty Greenberg emerged as his Grade 7 valedictorian last year after just one year at UCC. He attributes his success to the fact “new boys” become “one of the boys” in no time.

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aviaAvia Peacock
Nurse

With four kids under age eight, most working moms would barely find time to make dinner. On the other hand, Avia Peacock, UCC’s nurse, found time to become a semi-professional marathon runner.

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