The Toronto public board’s top graduating students — four this year, each earning a 99.5 per cent average — credited a thirst for knowledge over anything else for their near-perfect success.
Mishael Nuh, lying down, Albert Loa, rear left, and Elias Hess-Childs all achieved a 99.5% average. Missing is Chinese foreign student Sarah Tang who is in Japan. Four students from four different Toronto public high schools each scored an average of 99.5 per cent and are theToronto District School Board’s top graduating high-school students. Both Nuh and Loa will be studying engineering science at the University of Toronto this fall, and Hess-Childs is headed to McGill for math and physics. READ MORE – Toronto Star Article by Kristin Rushowy
Chris So, Toronto Star photographer