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Noshen Atashe attended the CEMC workshop in Computer Science for Young Women at the Univeristy of Calgary in June 2014.  This unique opportunity is designed to ignite enthusiasm for CS and explore the foundations and applications of CS that have profound effect on the world today. 

MaST girls in action

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Hour of Code @ Danforth.  Our Computer Science MaST students welcomed a group of Grade 8 students from D. A. Morrison MS in December 2013 to experience coding some for the first time! They had the opportunity to be introduced to computer science with hope to ignite their aspiration to continue to develop this skill. 
A group of Danforth’s female MaST students attended the Girls' Computer Coding Conference at Nelson Mandela in April 2014.  The conference followed the lead of Ladies Learning Code.  Our MaST students mentored 35 students (grades 6-8) as they were introduced to the programing language Ruby. 
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 June 2014 08:45

Nabiha promotes engineering for girls!

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Nabiha Tahsin worked hard (for pay!) all spring with a group of 36 girls from across Ontario as part of “We Made IT!” which is a group promoting girls and engineering. She helped build the content for the website http://www.wemadeit.ca/ and gave a speech at the closing ceremonies. 

Grade 11 Award Winners

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In Grade 11 Physics, 10 students competed in the OAPT contest.  Three of our students scored above the 80th percentile with Chelsea Chow leading the way.

Grade 12 Physics Winners

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Four DCTI physics students were in the top 10% of the thousands of students from across Canada and abroad that wrote the University of Waterloo’s  Sir Isaac Newton physics contest for grade 12 students. Congratulations to Isaac Ellmen, Samuel Yigsaw, Liam Cummings and Greg Morenz!  In addition, Isaac won a book award.  See him below making waves.


OMA Video Awards

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This year Danforth continued its success at the Ontario Mining Association's So You Think You Know Mining video contest.  The team of Ridwan Howlader, Prasad Srikuganathan, Mitchell Skarupa, Sabbir Hossain and Nobu Chern-Warwick placed fourth overall winning $500 for the team and $500 for Danforth.  They were also invited to film the awards gala that took place at the ROM on June 3rd.

Space Design Teams Win Big

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Four teams from Danforth competed at the University of Toronto's Space Design Competition.  They began their work several months ago on the topic of asteroid mining and teams come from as far away as India to compete.  In the junior category, the team of Keyan Sheppard, Lazim Iqteder, Marc Frame and Michael Moses won 3rd place for best report.  In the senior competition, the team of Ridwan Howlader, Prasad Srikuganathan and Jonathan Demmer took 1st place overall and the team of Trevor McCourt and Lucy von Appen took 3rd place.   

Chemistry -2014

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Eight of Danforth’s Grade 12 Chemistry students are ranked in the top 15 percentile on the “Chem 13 News Exam; the contest run by the University of Waterloo.  Liam Cummins scored in the 98th percentile and is ranked 49th in the world. Peter Zhou who scored on the 100th percentile last year scored In the 97th percentile this year.

Grade 11 Chemistry students have also excelled in the Grade 11 Chemistry contest the “Avogadro Exam”. A hearty congratulations goes to Chelsea Chow who scored in the 97th percentile on this internationally written exam. Mark Hollands, Trevor McCourt, and Zak Geogis-Yap have also done exceptionally well, scoring in the top 10 percentile on this exam. Chelsea Chow also received an honorable mention award in the “Ask a Laureate” Essay competition.  

We are so proud of your great achievements.  Congratulations! J  

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 13:35

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