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LorneYoung1976Say goodbye to Lorne Young

After two decades at the Upper School. we’re saying a fond farewell to Lorne Young, IB Biology and Environmental Systems teacher.

As he gets set to retire, it’s time to send in your good wishes, memories, tributes and images through the form below.

Lorne has been a house adviser in Jackson’s, director of the Outdoor Club and was director of CAS and community service for 17 years. He has also represented UCC at many IB conferences, workshops and international events.

Please take a minute to share some words for Lorne to thank him for his longstanding commitment to the College and in wishing him well as he enters this next stage of his life.

Use the form below to send us your memories of Lorne.

Please use the form below to share your memories of Lorne. Please limit pictures to no more than 2 MB each; if you are sending multiple pictures please make sure they don’t come to more than 2 MB in total size in a single upload. Your memories will become visible on the page a few minutes after you finish your post.

Here’s what other people said.

NameMemories of Lorne YoungPictures of Lorne
Nitish DhingraHi Ms. Bonney, Yes I would love to share my thoughts about Mr. Young! I think the crux of what I tried to get across in my message was that while, of course, Mr. Young's knowledge and teaching abilities with respect to biology are almost unparalleled, what made him such a valuable educator and mentor for me was his willingness to forge meaningful relationship with his students in order to impact them in ways beyond biology. Mr. Young always took interest in asking me about my extra-curricular pursuits and passions, and was consistently supportive of everything I did outside the classroom. The fruits of that relationship he built were plentiful - throughout my two years with him, not only did he provide me with the tools to grow as a student in an academic sense, but also helped me develop as a person and introduced me to a new perspective on how I can change my regular lifestyle to improve myself (more specifically in training my mind through meditation). His light mood, and unwavering sense of humour made the classroom environment even more enjoyable, and I could not be more thankful for all of his support and encouragement over the past couple of years. I wish him all the best, and congratulate him on his tremendous career! Regards, Nitish