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Royal St. George s College 

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Royal St. George's College 

' 2009 



A word from our outgoing headmasters. 



A word from our incoming headmasters. 



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Bonjour mes amis: 



To the fantastic students of RSGC, 



There is no doubt that missing someone or something is difficult. The emotions run 
high, never remain consistent but at the core there is always the feeling that something 
just isn't quite right. I am having a great time in Montreal and at Selwyn House but I do 
miss RSGC dearly. Selwyn House is a great school and as I promised you all it is slowly 
becoming a little more Georgian each and every day. 

I am honoured to be able to write a brief message one final time for the RSGC yearbook. 
I have watched this publication evolve over many years and our entire community must 
be so grateful (I remain in total awe) for the effort and commitment of Ms. Emma Roche. 
How does she mange to accomplish all she does? Mr. Tom Stevens continues to make 
his presence felt and his gift of photography is responsible for memories that remain 
forever. Emma and Tom, I will treasure this yearbook like none other. 

For the graduating class, I wasn't around (although I was certainly there in spirit) for your 
final two terms of your high school careers and I have missed you terribly. As I look 
through the pages, trust me, I will remember the great times we had together. That is the 
magic of the RSGC year book. To the class of '09, remember you have accomplished so 
much and I am proud to have been your Headmaster. 

RSGC has such a promising future. Under the able and impressive leadership of Mr. 
Steve Griffin new directions will be attained but I remain confident the core values 
(manners will always maketh men), the true vision, and the world of Georgians will 
remain. As many of you know. I believe this is what makes the greatest difference. I 
will never waver in this conviction. 

Read on everyone. Enjoy the memories and of course if you are ever in Montreal... 
Merci et a bientot. 



One of the great joys of life is gaining new and different experiences. The yearbook staff 
has done its best to capture your experience of 2008-09 as a permanent record. I think 
you'll agree that this year's yearbook is a testament to the diverse set of experiences that 
are available to you as a student at RSGC. Your job is to attach your memories to the 
pages, so that years from now, you will be able to recall the deep friendships with fellow 
students and connections with staff that you made. 

For those of you in the class of 2009, your past year has been one of transition from high 
school to the world beyond RSGC. In troubled times, more than in any other, people 
look to the youth of today to set the direction of tomorrow. I believe that Georgians are 
well-positioned to effect positive change in the world, and I look forward to having you 
come back to RSGC to share your successes. 

This has been quite a year of transition for me as well. I've had some opportunity to 
meet some students, and they've been helpful in letting me know what being Georgian 
is about. By sneaking into your Carol service, sitting in on classes and chapel, going to 
your Alumni road hockey tournament and your Mother-Son golf tournament, and drop- 
ping in on the class of 2010 in BC, I've gained valuable insight into what makes RSGC a 
great, strong community. 

Thanks to all of you who have made me feel welcome during this time of transition. 
For those of you who are returning, I look forward to getting to know you better, as we 
transition into a new phase of RSGC. and gain new and different experiences together. 
For those who are departing, there's something about this place that makes me sure that 
you'll keep in touch! 

All the best. 



Hal Hannaford 
Headmaster "96-'08 



Steven Griffin 
Headmaster Desk 



Your yearbook staff. 



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by Cooper Glueck 



I have found little that is "good" about human beings on the whole. In 

my experience most of them are trash, no matter whether they publicly 

subscribe to this or that ethical doctrine or to none at all. That is 

something that you cannot say aloud, or perhaps even think. 

- FREUD 



As Jackie settled I glanced at the in-flight movie, a shaky 
rendition of 'Casanova', losing much of its grace with the assuredly 
bootleg copy of the film and shoddy projector. Jackie didn't seem 
bothered by it. 

"The original was one of the first non-pornos I ever watched. 
The guy working movie night ordered the wrong film canister by 
accident, apparently he wanted to watch something a little less 
subtle." He waited for me to make some sympathetic or witty 
remark but I decided not to feed him and he eventually started up 
again. "It confused me. I didn't understand why they were walking 
and talking. Visiting people and places. I thought movies were 
supposed to be a two person show." 

"You should spend more time with Anna. You could have a 
series done." 

"I'm sure you're more than willing to do my time with her while 
you prod her about your psychological savior." 

I was ready to retort but decided instead to look through the 
safety pamphlet so courteously provided. The images portrayed of 
that perfect society. Everyone was patient and graceful, calm as 
Hindu cows as the plane dive-bombed from the sky, completely 
reflecting the opposite of our destination. New York. The bottom 
corner prominently displayed a logo for Troy Imagery. Quaint, 
I thought, pushing it back into the seat ahead and turning to the 
complimentary meal placed in front of me next to my coffee. 

"Enjoy your meal," the stewardess said promptly, without any 
real emotional attachment. It was clear she'd handed out hundreds 
of the plastic trays with the single serving fruit cup and barely 
passable main course. Try as I might, I couldn't decipher what 



meat was in the faux-porcelain plate. Deciding to skip it, I headed 
straight for the fruit cup and bread roll while Ivan Mozzhukhin 
pranced around on screen. 

"So what's your diagnosis on that one, Freud?" he asked, 
turning his head to glance at the stewardess moving down the aisle. 

"Well Gilligan, aside from the Oedipal complex and clear 
paranoia I'd put money on her being mal-adjusted, probably from a 
parental defect." In truth, I saw a little of myself in this woman and 
the way she had to walk and serve. We were both serving our own 
time, my prison just happened to be on the ground. 

I felt far more cramped in this economy class chair than I 
had ever felt in my life. "Gardonne sure knows how to treat his 
associates," I grumbled to Jackie, his immense build struggling to 
find a comfortable position between the immovable armrests. 

"We'd be walking if it were your dime paving the way. So far 
as I see it, this is almost a vacation. Even you've been on a vacation 
at some point in your life." 

Jackie's words made me stop. What vacationing had I done? 
My family would make annual trips to Niagara Falls, which always 
turned into a science field trip more than anything else, while my 
mother and sisters ran to the nearest mall. No other memories really 
stood out in that field. There were a few parental-required trips to 
the beach, but those were few and far between, and never really 
amused my father or I. Perhaps my Gardonne-prescribed paranoia 
was due to a lack of vacationing. I almost laughed. 

Jackie, having just about broken the armrest free from the chair, 
had turned back to the movie, silently mouthing it word for word, 



almost. I saw the stewardess move down the aisle again, her eye 
casually scrolling the filled seats and lingering a second too long o 
Jackie's soundless lips before darting to the other side of the aisle 

I continued to watch her and respectfully said, "Excuse mi 
is there some sort of provision so I might get some rest on thi 
flight?" The stewardess looked down at me, almost shocked to se 
me interrupt her routine drive-through. She gave me the obligator 
smile and responded with an "Of course miss. Anything else I ca 
do for you?" I shook my head and turned my head to the window. 

She returned about 25 minutes later with two small plastic cup 
and no hustle holding a small tablet of Gravol and a mouthful oi 
water, placing both on the fold out table in front of me. I gave m_\ 
best smile and returned to the window after quickly downing the 
drug. The sun shone just above the clouds, giving them a beautiful 
magenta tinge with grey acquiescence below. My mind began to 
wander, who could this Italian circus character be? Where did he 
fit? 

As a child groomed to be ethical and scientific, my father had 
relayed time and time again, everything happens for a reason, the 
key was figuring out why. I applied the same to the case. This was 
when things slowed down. Why kill Konzak? He was arrogant and 
some would say undeserving of his life, but did that sentence him 
to death? I could feel my Gravol kicking in, making the world less 
real and threatening. I rolled over into the increasingly comfortable 
headrest to get some rest before we arrived. 



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When We Were Young 
by David Perl 



Before the age of every kid owning an Xbox, PlayStation or some 
sort of other electrical device that seems to drive them, there existed 
real toys. Sure hack in the early nineties these videogames existed, 
but thev were expensive, only one or two of my friends owned one 
and above all else parents were usually reluctant to buy these plastic 
boxes full of computer chips and wires, claiming that they'll rot your 
brains out or turn your eyes square. 

I So back in the nineties I stuck with good old toys that forced 
me to use my imagination. There were all sorts of toys based on my 
favourite cartoons and movies including G.I. Joe's, Power Rang- 
er'.. Transformers, hell I even think Ninja Turtles were still kicking 
around. I had a small bin though, full of my all time favourite toy of 
11 toys. Lego. It stood out from all the action figures and racing cars 

brother and I were forced to share because it was so different and 
Be innovative. Every time I opened that little square bin there was a 
i rent story I could create and a new adventure waiting for the little 

.tic men with yellow heads, painted with the standard two black 
;s and a simple smile. 

My brother, John-Elliot and I are separated in age by five agoniz- 
, years, which meant that we had to share everything and as if that 
I enough, he was always the boss. When it came to Lego though, 
tings were a little different. My brother and I would collaborate ideas 
work together to build fortified bases to fend off the evil knights 
■J spacemen armed with lasers. Although we were restricted to this 
ill clear, plastic bin containing no more than a thousand pieces, 
,d sometimes we broke out in brother-to-brother conflicts that re- 
in smashed creations or a tear streaked face, Lego seemed like 
: only toy that brought us together. This obsession changed after a 
iple knock on the door came just over a year later. 

I was sitting on the basement carpet, my bin of Lego to the right 
urned upside down and completely empty. All the multicoloured 
bricks lay in a mound in front of me. The carpet was my canvas and 
the bricks were my paint and I was the artist studying my workspace, 
waiting to create my masterpiece. I began sifting through the pile, 
running my fingers through all the different shapes, sizes and colours. 
I occasionally looked up from the sea of colours that stretched in front 
of me. to catch a glimpse of The Magic School Bus playing en the 
tiny television propped up on a little table, like a pedestal, across the 
room. I was just as interested in learning about volcanoes as I was in 
building this creation. As I picked more and more bricks my creation 
grew, but the pile that supplied it dwindled. Snapping the pieces to- 
gether one by one. I paused for a second as I heard the sound of my 
brother stampeding down the stairs. He jumped the last five or so 
steps and stumbled to regain his balance as he raced up towards me. 

Did you hear? Did you hear? My brother spat out with excitement 
and shortness of breath. 



What was I supposed to hear? 

Don 't be such a smartass. 

I knew he wasn't supposed to say those sorts of things inside, but 
I decided I would let it slide. 

Sorry. Can you tell me what 's up now? 

Well. I just heard mom on the phone and she said Hughie is com- 
ing over with a big surprise. 

This was, in fact, news to me, but I was more puzzled that my 
cousin Hughie, who was older than my brother and I could barely ever 
remember talking to, had some sort of big surprise for us. 

My brother was right as no more than an hour later came a knock 
on our sliding, glass back door. I poked my head from the entrance to 
the basement and peeked around the corner to face the back door. I 
was shy, probably shyer than most six year olds, and waited anxiously 
as my dad strode across the room and slid the door back. From my 
position I could just make out my cousin Hughie as he stepped inside 
the house. I stared in disbelief at what he had slung over his shoulder. 
It was a plastic black garbage bag filled up almost entirely. This was 
the big surprise my brother had told me about earlier with so much 
excitement? My cousin Hughie had brought a bag of garbage to our 
house. What kind of sick joke was this? I turned around to face my 
brother, who I just realized was behind me the whole time, to catch 
the look on his face. He shrugged his shoulders and stared at the bag 
with just as much confusion as I did. 

I was about to retreat back downstairs when I felt a hand land on 
both my shoulders and turn me around. 

Aren 't you going to say hello to your cousin? My mom said. 

My brother and I both sighed and marched to the back door be- 
hind my mom and stopped just in front of Hughie. After exchanging 
greetings he let the bag slide from his shoulder and hit the ground. A 
familiar jingling noise was heard when it came to the ground with a 
thud. 

Best not to keep them waiting. My dad said. 

Keep us waiting from a bag of garbage? My brother whispered 
under his breath. 

Alright. Uncle John. I'll bring it down for them. Hughie replied 
to my dad. 

My cousin hoisted the bag back over his shoulder with a grunt and 
we followed him downstairs, back to the spot on the carpet where I 
had been working on my latest creation. He placed the bag down more 
gently this time and again that familiar jingling was heard. 

You boys are going to have a lot of fun with this. He told us. / 
know I did. 



With that remark he was back upstairs and my brother and I were 
left sitting on the ground staring at what we thought was a bag of 
garbage. 

My brother was the first one to make a move. He unwound the 
elastic from the bag's opening and threatened to shoot me with it 
before he threw it away with a grin. Placing both hands on each side 
of the opening he pulled the black bag open and stuck his head right 
inside, something him and I did when opening Christmas or birthday 
presents. 

Oh my god! He screamed from inside the bag. Then he thrust his 
hands into the bag and began to pull them out. I half expected them to 
be clutching a banana peel and a fish skeleton like in the Bugs Bunny 
and Tweety Show, but instead his hands were full of all sorts of dif- 
ferent Lego bricks, some I'd never even seen before. 

Wow. let me see. I begged. 

No! I'm not done yet. 

Hey Hughie, said this was for both of us! 

Yeah, well I 'm the oldest so technically it 's more mine than yours. 

That's not fair! 

Do you think I care? My brother smirked. 

Eventually I was allowed to stick my head inside the bag after 
what seemed like an eternity waiting for my brother, but just as I was 
enjoying the sight I was shoved out as my brother attempted to lift the 
thirty-pounds of plastic bricks. He was just barely able to lift it to his 
waist before keeling over, spilling thousands of bricks on the carpet. 
They bounced and ricocheted off the floor like the shards of a recently 
shattered vase, before finally settling in an image that resembled an 
abstract mosaic. Before I could even attempt to pick up a single piece 
my brother shoved me back once more and did what he did best, be 
the boss. There was nothing I could do. 

This one 's mine, this one too. all these big platforms are mine, 
and all the painted ones are mine. Mine, mine, mine! He stated point- 
ing at various bricks. 

Hey you can 't do that! Those are all the best pieces! 

I can do whatever I want. 

That's not sharing! I was at the brink of bawling my six-year old 
eyes out. My fists clenched as I felt the rage boil my insides like an 
overflowing cauldron. 

Oh, and all the people are mine, the tyrant concluded his list. 



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Graffiti in Somalia 
by Liam Morrow, Grade 12 



Photograph 
by Jarnes Van Derzee 



Government 
by Paolo Griffin, Grade 



12 



The pain of man's 

Inhumanity to man 

Is unbearable: 

Bear witness 

Watch and see 

How inhumanity. 

Can destroy all 

We've built 

We let our fellow beings 

Forcefully take control 

Denying decisions 

And human rights 



Turn this way a little. 

That's it, bend your knee. 

Hold it. 

Why doesn't he take it? 

Click, 

A sigh of relief. 

Relax. 

But wait 

We're not done! 

Shoulders back, head cocked. 

Twist, there! 

Click. 



The man in democratic America says 

"You may keep what you earn." 

The man in the Soviet Union says 

"You must share what you earn." 

The dictator in Africa says "All you 

earn is mine." 

And the world goes on. 



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Living in the Sunset 
by James Kurk 



Arugaki Ryo stared into his Sapporo-made sake, nestling the 
frosted glass mug between his calloused hands. Ryo was unlikely to 
grasp anything else for the rest of the day, although that particular 
glass was well on its way to joining its four other brothers nearby. 
Draining the remainder of the rice wine, the taste numbing. Ryo 
motioned the bartender for another mug. 

A blue haze fogged the patrons of the Setting Sun. inhabiting 
the same territory as an American paratrooper camp had back in 
1945. from which it derived its name. The Setting Sun was located 
on Okinawa, a small Japanese island to the southwest of Kyushu. 
Unlike the rest of Japan. Okinawa had never made the same post-War 
economic leap the rest of Japan had, remaining the poorest of Japan's 
forty -seven prefectures. Okinawa had the highest unemployment rate 
in Japan, painfully obvious inside the Setting Sun bar. 

It was three o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon, and easily two 
■ozen middle-aged men clustered around tables inside. Most of the 
Hen were probably decades younger than Ryo, although there were 
^finitely some pensioners present. Apart from a handful of muffled 
Hmversations and the occasional clink of glass on glass, the bar was 
Hmarkably quiet, with most of the patrons simply caught up in their 

thoughts or drinks. 

Ryo was halfway through his fifth now-tasteless mug when the 
d swung open, and a few rays of bright sunlight cut through the 

1 ' \ haze. A handful of small, young Caucasian men - foreigners, 
Br gaijin - half-stumbled into the bar, suggesting that Ryo wasn't the 
Hnly one indulging a little early. They all wore the same tan muscle 
■hirts and had buzzed haircuts, suggesting they were most likely 

icans from the nearby air base. One of the men - a well-muscled 
jock with a silly grin - sat down on the barstool beside Ryo, ordering 
a mug of sake, pronouncing it like 'for the sake of...'. 

"Fifty years to the day, we Americans showed the world that 
nobody screws with us and gets away with it," shouted one of the 
Americans, to the cheers of his fellow soldiers. "Sixty-three years 
ago, we showed Hiroshima what it means to mess with America!" 

Ryo leaned forward, trying to tune out their guttural, unintelligible 
English. Resting his elbows on the table, the sleeves of his tattered 
white T-shirt rose up, revealing a fading tattoo that instantly caught 
the attention of the American airmen. 



The tattoo was similar to the orange-and-white Rising Sun flag, 
the flag of Japanese armed forces for roughly ninety consecutive years, 
although the colors were faded. A red sphere took up the bottom-left 
corner, with red and white rays streaking out to the northeast. A slight 
alteration of the tattoo, however, had morphed the Sun into a more 
oval shape, the two rays striking out horizontally creating a crude, 
but immediately identifiable airplane shape. The airplane appeared to 
be making a nose-dive into a grey, ship shape close to his elbow. Put 
it all together and the picture was clear as crystal - a dive-bombing 
kamikaze plane. 

"That's an interesting tattoo you've got there." said the American 
sitting next to Ryo. and his comrades temporarily halted their 
celebrations in order to take a look. Ryo didn't speak a lot of English, 
but he did recognize American and Hiroshima. And he knew better 
than most people what day in August it was. 

"You are foreign devil invaders, and it saddens me to think a race 
of people as stupid as yourselves can bully the world," muttered Ryo 
to himself, in Japanese. 

None of the Americans seemed to speak Japanese, although the 
man sitting on the other side of Ryo shifted in his seat. 

"What did he say?" demanded one of the gaijin. locking eyes with 
the bartender. Ryo continued to stare into the depths of his sake. The 
bartender said something in English that Ryo could only assume was 
a translation. His uncomfortable stance suggested he was searching 
for a more diplomatic translation. The airman seated beside Ryo 
promptly rose and looked Ryo up and down, sizing him up. 

Ryo was not the most physically intimidating man. He was small 
even by Asian standards, with only a few remaining tussles of grey 
hair on his head, and a handful of teeth. His breath reeked with the 
stench of cheap, unfiltered cigarettes, and his hands remained nestled 
around the fifth frosted mug of the day. 

"You must think you're pretty clever," jeered the American, 
remaining unintelligible to Ryo. He pushed Ryo on the right shoulder, 
trying to provoke a response. "Pretty ungrateful, that's what I say." 
He pushed again. "I think we ought-" as he extended his arm for the 
third push, Ryo spun around, his right hand gripping the wrist of the 
American before it could make contact, latching on with surprising 
force. 



As any practitioner of the martial art of judo would know, one 
did not have to be stronger to toss an opponent. You just had to use 
their weight against them. As the American's hand shot out, he was 
leaning forward, putting himself off-balance. Ryo simply gripped 
the wrist and yanked it further forward, extending his left foot like 
a troublesome third grader. As the American was pulled forward by 
his own momentum, his ankles both snagged on Ryo's foot. A split- 
second later, he was lying flat on his face. 

The remaining two Americans looked at him in disbelief. But the 
graying old man who had been so subdued mere seconds before now 
locked eyes with them, his gaze displaying his fiery rage as clearly as 
if it had been written on paper. Without waiting a second, Ryo's left 
hand, which continued to grip the handle of the frosted mug. shattered 
the glass on the bar's counter, breaking it into a jagged knife. 

Before he could take his first, hate-fuelled lunge at the Americans, 
the airman he had just so effortlessly tripped had pulled himself to his 
feet, and thrown a punch that collided firmly with the back of Ryo's 
skull, sending the old man tumbling to the ground. 



It was a cloudless day on Wake Island, as Commander Miyamoto 
walked up and down the rows of young pilots, staring into their eyes 
as if he could read their very souls. A few hundred meters behind 
him, hundreds of mass-produced aircraft, all of them loaded with 
explosives, lay idle on a runway. 

"It is better to die, than to live as a coward," quoted their superior 
officer, to which the assembled pilots all nodded. "This mission is 
for volunteers only. How many men are ready to sacrifice their lives 
for their country?" Dozens of hands shot up. but Ryo's remained by 
his side. 



As Ryo lay bleeding on the floor of the Setting Sun. his aging 
skull cracked by the force of the punch, he stared into the disappointed 
eyes of Commander Miyamoto, who passed by Lieutenant Aragaki. 

"How true you spoke. Commander," whispered Ryo, speaking the 
words he had wished he'd spoken some fifty years ago. 



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Joselito Maldonado 


Pharaoh 




James Gagne 


Jacob & Mr. Potiphar 




Daniel Gold-Bersani 


Mrs Potiphar 




Michael Richmond 


Baker 




Lorcan Kelleher 


Butler 




Robbie Barnett-Kemper 


Guards 


Ian Cook & Michael Richmond 


Ishmaelites 




Michael & David Vassos 




Brothers: 


Asher 




Chay Curtosi 


Simeon 




Louis Vassos 


Benjamin 




Tuan Nguyen 


Judah 




Reid Hannaford 


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Ian Cook 


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Michael Richmond 


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Adam Raponi 


Dan 




Rudro Chakrabarti 


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Anthony Mariano 


Reuben 




Leo Timmins 


Naphlali 




Kris Zee 



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Conductor: Mr. Gary Martin 

Directors: Dr. Chris Newton (Stage Director) 

Mr. Brian Robinson (Set/Wardrobe Director) 
Mr. Paul Darvasi (Technical Diretor) 
Art and Props Director: Mrs. Emilie Toguri 

Choreographer: Ms Pam Reid McKay 

Pit Band 

Tiago Vieira - Flute/Piccolo 

Will Hunter - Clarinet/Bass Clarinet 

Kyle Kim - Soprano Sax 

William Wareham - Trumpet 

Tim Connell - French Horn 

Sam Dyson - Guitar 

Galen Weir - Bass 

Paul Minnoch - Drums 

Set Crew 

Jeffrey Hugessen 

Broughan March 

Gilbert Chien 

Liam Byrne 

Stewart Bell 

Nicholas Scime 

Set builder - Mr. Wayne Bibby 



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A strong, dedicated, fun-loving Reach 
for the Top team was the result of Daniel 
Gold Bersani's advertising early this year. 
Throughout the pre-season, practices became 
intense as the trivia-masters absorbed large 
amounts of information, honed mathematical 
and scientific skills, and tested their mettle 
in Room 101. Senior Team members Nigel 
Schwartz, Will Barton. James Kruk, Paolo 
Griffin. Michael Lemanski, Julian Geneen, 
and Robbie Barnett-Kemper pulled out all 
the stops and made it to the playoffs in May, 
where they were knocked out in the first 
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the Intermediate Division. Team hijj 
include the many memorable practio 
question-filled cab rides, buzzer misl >s, 
and making it to the playoffs, as wel! ; 
Margaret Thatcher, of course. 

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Nick Perry 
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Will Wareham 
Kourosh Adeli 
Rylie Cook 
Owen Evans 
David Luder 
Jeffrey McCain 



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James Reble 
Jaipal Singh 
Kenny Taylor 
Jacky Yao 
Louis Floras 
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Chris Comparey 
Conor Gordon 
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Speakers Union 




. ears have passed since Mr. Fitzpatrick first tapped me 
ulder to tell me that Ms. Miller needed a spot filled in a 

-coating tournament. Not knowing any better, I agreed. 

udden I found myself in a whole new world of academic 
in, that of competitive speaking. Now, to look back 

of Public Speaking at RSGC that I had the pleasure of 
J. I have so much to remember. 

f krly on, in September, we found our place in prodding our 
new Dean of Students. Mr. Fitzpatrick, on the new mandatory 
blazer policy. This didn't seem to halt the administrative 
machine, but nonetheless we strove forward, debating politics, 
philosophy, ethics, and even sleep patterns. We had a great show 
m the I1SPSL. the St. Andrew's Qualifier, the Branksome Nora 
:Rae. and a couple of Fulfords too, including the Ashbury 



First Place Junior Fulford Trophy, which, now, for the first time 
ever, bears Georgian names. We had a few ringers in our midst, 
all of whom impressed us with their speaking skills; Michael 
Lemanski's political zeal, Nick Medline's sarcastic but potent use 
of diction, and Robbie Barnett-Kemper's coy but distinguished 
attitude. However, no Georgian contribution was insignificant 
during the year; new guys got their beaks wet, a couple of 
them kept on showing up for more, and talent began to become 
apparent among them, talent that will be swiftly found, tuned, and 
exploited next year. 

One part of the Georgian Code that has always puzzled 
me was the bit about voice. Some would say that it's a really 
self-evident point that the Speakers' Union would embody the 
'speaking' element of the code but there is a less obvious quality 



that comes with the Speakers' Union that encourages one's voice, 
whether it be written, spoken, or shouted, and that is confidence. 
Everyone has something valuable to say, but actually being able 
to say it is different altogether. Confidence in one's self and one's 
thoughts makes all the difference in using your voice, and that's 
what made the Speakers' Union truly Georgian. 

Thanks a bunch to the guys who came out, you made 
it possible to have debates, to compete - you really are the 
Speakers' Union. 

Lastly, the Union owes a thank you to Ms. Miller. It's easy 
to forget that those Saturday tournaments happen on teacher 
weekends too, and that it's not just a sacrifice for the students. 
Thanks Miss, for an opportunity none of us will forget. 



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HEROES AND HEROINES 

OFOURTIME:MALALAI 

KAKAR 

BY:ALEXANTUNES 



As per usual, there were a lot of albums released 
this summer, a few which I'd like to highlight. 

The first is for those who dig a more mellowed out 
Indie style. I suggest you check out a local band called 
Culture Reject. They have this really cool, simple way of 
randomly inserting piano pieces into a lot of their songs. 
The band highlights this style of song by playing almost 
no main riff, or so it seems. As their songs progress, they 
keep adding and peeling away the layers, and blending 
together single notes. 

This next album was released last year, but wasn't 
very popular until this year, once the band started touring 
Canada. I'm talking, of course, about MGMT They truly 
have a unique sound, in part because of their lead singer's 
girlishly high voice, that fits perfectly with the music. They 
also use drippy effects on the Justice-like riffs they play 
on bass and guitar. They sound like a funk band using 
synthesizers, which again, produces a really unique sound 
that defines the band. 

For those who prefer jazz, I have to suggest a 
band called Jazz Warriors, who play awesome music. This 
name has been used by many other bands, so look for 
the album called "Afropeans". All of their songs have this 
weird sound, like their instruments are melting, but overall, 
they always sound really tight. They also use reggae 
and traditional tribal instruments. Apparently, the group 
doesn't really know how to play these instruments, but just 
puts the sounds they make into the rhythms they need, 
and get this really cool effect. 




A woman rushes frantically from room to room, 
preparing both herself and her children for the coming 
day. Hair moist and toast clamped between her lips she 
exits her semi-detached home, hoping to encounter a 
taxi before the TTC bus arrives. 

Halfway around the world, another woman readies 
herself for work. She oversees her six children as they 
don their coats before leaving. Now alone, she heads 
over to a corner where her AK-47 awaits. Loading 
it, she recalls the latest note found hours earlier at 
her door -another death threat. She shrugs it off and 
determinedly continues her day. This is Lieutenant- 
Colonel Malalai Kakar, a modern-day heroine, and a 
role model for women everywhere. 

She was the first female to attend the Kandahar 
Police Academy, and she was also the first woman to 
graduate there. She was the first female investigator 
with the Kandahar Police Department, as well as 
Afghanistan's most senior officer. Unfortunately, such 
honour does not come cheap. From the moment she 
began her journey toward women's rights, Malalai 
faced opposition. Not only was she treading on foreign 
ground, being the first woman to advance to such a 
high-ranking position, but she also had to cope with 
the constant threats and danger that follows successful 
women in Muslim countries. Threats to her and her 
family, as well as assassination attempts, quickly made 
her famous locally and with international media. 

Lt. Col. Malalai Kakar died on Sunday September 28 m 
2008. She was on her way to work, accompanied by 
her 18 year old son, when a motorbike sporting two 
gun-toting insurgents opened fire on the vehicle, killing 
Kakar and sending her son into a coma. The Taliban 
has apparently taken credit for the murder, claiming, 
"We killed Malalai Kakar. She was our target, and we 
successfully eliminated our target." Hamid Karzai, 
president of Afghanistan, called the assassination "an 
act of cowardice." 

Regardless of how she perished, Malalai Kakar will be 
remembered forever as a pioneer of women's rights, a 
woman who garnered the respect and equality of her 
male peers through sheer determination and courage. 
There is no doubt that her success has paved the way 
for many more women like her under sexist Taliban 
influence. 



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Hitmen(left to right): 
Back Row: 
Juhan Kim 
Max Ingram 
Tiago Viera 
James Ratcliffe 
Morgan Grace 
Braden Clokie 

Front Row: 
Mr. D'Arcy 
Mark Kryshtalskyj 
Sensei Miller 



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A.J. Buchanan 
Aaron Carr 
Julian Geneen 
Chis Comparey 
Michael Dawson 
J.D. Murray 
Andrew Savory 

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Brendan Lee 
Matt Darcy 
Graham Muncaster 
Owen Evans 
Marshall Porter 

Front Row: 
Mr. O'Leary 
James Boyle 
James Reble 

Absent: 
Thomas Misztela 




Steamers(left to right): 

Back Row: 

Mr. Enfield 

Courtland Livesley-James 

Jake Rosenberg (Commisioner) 

Will Guest 

Adrian Steen 

Front Row: 
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Mr. Vivares 
Sam Dyson 

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Under 16 Soccer 

Nikko Arisen. Mackenzie Rich, Milan Havlin 
Matt Darcy, Arshia Ha-Davouti, Adrian 
Steen, Ryan Lapschies, Luca Sedran, Andrew 
Irwin, Fraser Bruce, Logan Semple. William 
Phillips, Cameron Beatty, Colin Stitt, Nicho- 
las Perry, Graham Muncaster, Colin White- 
Dzaro, Ben Mason, Kyle Kim, Coaches: 
Ms. Sanaz Ghoreshy, Mr. Marc Fowler, Mr. 
Myles Vivares 





Senior Soccer 

Conor Gordon, Michael Diplock, Mark 

Ammendolia, Carson White, Leo Hicks, 

Richard Hogarth, Adam Penn. Matthew 

Bunston, Tiago Vieira, Alex Marks. Chas 

Beatty, Aaron Carr, Charlie Burns, Connor 

Neve, Erik Snucins, Corey Trinetti, Noah 

Perlmutar, Coaches: Mr. Adrian Thornbury. 

Mr. Rickesh Kotecha 




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Under 16 Volleyball 

Duncan Brown, Alexander Cooper, Andrew 

Mok, Stuart Roulston, Matthew Bowlby, 

Matthew Black, Graham Davies, Derek 

Woods, Blake Lee-Whiting, Scott Knowles, 

Kjell Pladsen, Sho Miller. David McAnoy, 

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Kerr, Daniel Krawczyk, Charles Lailey, Slater 
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Cross Country 

Alistair Athey, Evan Batten-Cotte, Chuck 
Burger, Julian Caldwell, Kiyo Campbell, 
Braden Clokie, Patrick Coffey, George 
Graham. Evan Houlding, Andrew Irwin. 
Lakshay Khatter, Jack Keilty, Reid Kerr- 
Keller, Michael Latifi, Brendan Lee, 
Zack Lofeudo, Greg McDonald, Ben 
McLaughlin, Nick Medline, Mark Mitchell. 
Derek Mollenhauer. James Ratcliffe, James 
Sharpe, Luke Stein, James Tremayne, Mao 
Yamanaka, Coach: Mr. Dave Fitzpatrick, 
Mr. Jeff Enfield, Mr. Chris Newton, Ms. 
Katherine Ennis 






Track & Field 

John Ross Briggs, AJ Buchanan, Kiyo 

Campbell, Braden Clokie, Andrew Irwin. 

Anthony Mariano. Greg McDonald, Derek 

Mollenhauer, Peter Ng. Adam Penn, James 

Tremayne, Mao Yamanaka, Coaches: Mr. 

Dave Fitzpatrick. Ms. Kirsten Uhre, Ms. 

Katherine Ennis 




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Under 16 Hockey 

Josh Blake. Connor Browne, Nicholas 
Campney, Max Farrill, Gavin Francisco, 
Milan Havlin, Andrew Irwin, Reid Ken- 
Keller. Scott Knowles, Colin Mathers. Kevin 
McCarthy. Ben McLaughlin. Rob Mosley. 
Andrew Nullmeyer. Nicholas Perry, Michael 
Saunders, Luca Sedran, Ethan Yaphe, 
Coaches: Mr. Jay Kearsey, Dr. James Leatch 
and Elliott Joseph-Wilson 






Senior Hockey 

Erik Snucins, Liam Morrow, Matt Semple, 
Adam Penn, Will Bryant, David McCarthy, 
David Luder. Fraser Itamunoala, Charlie 
Burns, Sev Tsuji, Leo Hicks, Denis Evans, 
Wes Brown, Will Sharpe, Alex Marks, 
Julian Caldwell. Mike Greey, Rylie Cook, 
Mike Hamel, Liam Brown, Brandon Jones, 
Nick D'Alessandro, Connor Farrow, Jeffery 
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A Team (pictured): Colin White-Dzuro, Nick 
Medline. Derek Woods, Colin Stitt, Duncan 
Clokie, Blake Lee-Whiting, Jokson Inwen- 
tash, Mackenzie Rich, Logan Semple. Alex 
Schwass 

B Team (not pictured): Alex Diplock, Sam 
Calderone, Nico Arntsen, Pat Coffey, James 
Tremayne. Mike McLafferty, Connor Farrow, 
John Wilson, Jamie Cardy. Stuart Roulston, 
Alex Musgrove, Lakshay Khatter, Andrew 
Krausz, Coach: Mr. John Evans and Mr 
Rickesh Kotecha 



Senior Basketball 




Mark Ammendolia, Alex Antunes, Ryan 

Bronfman-Thomas, Chris Cardy, Charles 

Deacon, Michael Diplock, Louis Floras, 

Daniel Krawczyk, Jack Murphy, Noah 

Perlmutar, Samuel Reznick, Bradley Shafran, 

Wilson Waterman, Coach: Mr. Sarellas, 

Assistant Coach: Mr. Van Herk 










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Under 16 Rugby 

Nico Arntsen, Cameron Aziz, Evan Batten-Cotte, 

Cameron Beatty. Matt Black, Kaiden Bogler. Duncan 

Brown. Connor Browne, Duncan Clokie. Patrick 

Coffey. Gaspard Dore, William Guest. Milan Havlin. 

Arshia Hayat-Davoudi, Reid Kerr-Keller. Lakshay 

Khatter, Ryan Lapschies, Blake Lee-Whiting. Ross 

Loewen, David MacAnoy, Brian McNicol, Angus 

Macdonald, Wyllie Malcolm. Sho Miller. Sam Morse, 

Rob Moslev , Erik Purkis, Mackenzie Rich. Doug Ross. 

Michael Saunders. Alex Schwass, Logan Semple. John 

Wilson, Derek Woods, Coaches: Mr. Keith Farrar 

and Dr. James Leatch, Mr. Gareth Williams (Toronto 

Scottish Rugby Football Club) 






Senic 

Mark Ammendolia, Chas Beatty, Chris Black, Elliott 
Boake, Oliver Boright, Adam Bunston, Charlie 
Burns. Chris Comparey, Callan Convery. Reiley 
Cook, Rajin Dhaliwal, Michael Diplock, Owen 
Evans, Connor Farrow, Harrison Goad. Connor 
Gordon, Mike Greey, Adam Hamilton. Richard 
Hogarth, David Holman, Ben Kerr, Brendan Lee, 
Max Moros, Liam Morrow, Jack Murphy, Slater 
Nowers, Connor O'Hearn, Jonathan Pepper, 
Noah Perlmutar, Sam Reznick. Matt Semple, Eric 
Snuccins. Corey Trinetti, Wilson Waterman, matt 
Weldon. Carson White, Eric Wiercinski, Jackie Yao. 
Coaches: Mr. Peter Sarellas, Mr. James Donnelly 



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Adrian Steen. James Sharpe. Tim Connell, 

James Ratcliffe, Ian Cook, Kjell Pladsen, 

Scott Knowles, Jakson Inwentash. Isaac, 

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Juhan Kim, Graham Muncaster, Paul John. 

James Crompton. Matt Darcy, Coaches: Mr. 

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Jake Rosenberg, Alex Diplock, Nick Medline, 
Theo Miloservic, Julian Caldwell, Will Bry- 
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son, Tristan Bogler, Colin Stitt, Wes Brown, 
Will Phillips, Tyler Day, Sam Wright, Noah 
Stanton, Jeff Russell, Alex Marks, Steve 
Betcherman, Coaches: Mr. Chris Newton, Mr. 
Dave Rankin, Ms. Cathie Gryfe-Seeley 






Golf 

Charlie Deacon, Mike Hamel, David Mc- 
Carthy. Adam Raponi, Brandon Jones, Nick 
D"Alessandro, Alex Kim, J.D. Murray, Blake 
Meiklejohn, Geordie Lounsbery. Mardhall 
Porter, Colin Mathers, Kevin McLafferty. 
Max Farrill, Luke Stein, Marshall Hanmer, 
Louis Vassos, Coaches: Mr. Don Schroder 
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Oliver Boright, Steuart Lawerence, David 
Holman, John Strauss, Ryan Connacher. 
Angus MacDonald, David Chadwick, 
Cameron Aziz. Hartley Vibert. James 
Durham. Spencer Swayze, Carson White, 
Conor Gordon, Spencer Vibert. Chas Beatty. 
Charles Lailey, Andrew Burt, Alex Cooper, 
Ian Malcolm 





Congratulations to the RSGC Ski Team who spent three 

days at Blue Mountain competing at OFSAA. The Level 

1 team had a great day on the Giant Slalom course 

finishing 4th overall. This team includes: Angus MacDonald, 

Oliver Boright, Hartley Vibert, David Holman and Ryan 

Connacher. The Level 2 team won the Bronze Medal, 

finishing third in both the Giant Slalom and Slalom races. 

This team includes Carson White 13rd in the GS), Chas 

Beatty, Ian Malcolm, Conor Gordon and Charles Lailey. 

Congratulations on a truly phenomenal season! 



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David Mather, Stephen Beatty, Guy Burry, Tye Burt, 
Anthony Caldwell, Brad Crompton, Linda Deshman, 
Tye Farrow, Shelly Haber, Steve Hucal, Wanda Ho, 
Sheldon Inwentash. Robert Keilty. Florence Minz, Jamie 
Peters, Gary Singh, Wayne Squibb, Ruth Woods, Andrew 
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Louise Hucal, Nancy McConnell, Sharon Mollenhauer, 
Jill Kim, Wando Ho, Jennifer Knowles, Amelia Milosevic, 
Fiona Therrien, Betty Ann Dawson, Judith Mason. Patti 
Sifton-Munro, Stacey Sharpe, Kimberly Cudney, Nancy 
Balan, Shane Crompton, Marina Queirolo, Mary Jo Looby, 
Victoria Switzman, Sarah Hillyer, Eileen Farrow, Tina 
Clare, Margaret Lailey, Flora Yee, Christina Lau, Erin 
Coffey, Lynn Morse. Pennie Mathers, Tiffany Irwin, Lynn 
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Brendan Lai, Ms. Kelley Fitzpatrick 
Front row: Ethan Peterson, Braden Martyn, Charles Hacker, Michael Vassos, Michael Goodman, Jeffrey 

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Back Row: Laurent Bernier. Will Pearson, Will Graham, Everett Redfern, Jeffrey Hugessen, Aidan 
Turnbull. Sam Boughn. Hugo Hardinge. Oliver Hardinge, Ms. Nadya Habib 

Front Row: Patrick Bernhard, Gilbert Chien, Jack Trachuk, Evan Casper, Stewart Bell. Broughan March, 
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Back Row: David Vassos, Colton Smith, Philip Wright, Lucas Blanchard, Spencer Therrien, Jack Lewis, 
Kian Majlessi, Evan Hogarth, Harrison Crooks, Nicholas Webster, Geoffrey Hodges, Mr. Jay Kearsey 

Front Row: Andrew Dime, James Dulunaqio, Andrew Sarachman, Marshall Woodside, Andrew Mills, 
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Back Row: Ata Ettehadieh, Stuart Tremayne, Otis Moore, Matviy Prokipchuk, Thomas Hillyer, Chris 

Kitchen, Sebastian Holt 
Middle Row: Jackson Rigby, Anthony Lisi, Andrew Kim, Townsend Jackson, Graham Trusler, Ben Luder, 

Declan McSweeney 
Front Row: Gregory Bateman, Jackson Watts, George Barder, Evan Hickey, Tommy Kirby, Nicholas 

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Dimmer. Fielding Phillips 
Middle Row: Matthew Whittier, Myles Roth, Jack Hall, Josh Lee, Sam Ruscica. Marshall Hogarth, Mr. 

Wayne Bibby 
Front Row: Wesley Knowles, Lukas Heslip, Alec Bemhard, Ryan Holland, Ryan Irwin, Noah Letofski, 

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Middle Row: Spencer Anderson, Reo Yamanaka, Jamie McLaughlin, Jason Ianno, George Dewart. David 

Mollenhauer, Stefan Milosevic, Adam Aucoin 
Front Row: Adrian Mahjour, Rhys Jones, Shawn Wu, James Royer, Alec Switzman, Adam Newton, Mr. 

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Top Row: Jordan Yan, Alec Tullet, Nicholas Jackson-Chornenki, Evan Brown, Iain Bryant, Ian Harbell, 

Cameron Bellamy 
Middle Row: Justin Arbesman, Harris Casper. Thomas Trusler. Owen Burry, Colin Mclntyre, Kiefer 

Robertson, Nick Lind, Jamie Heath, Mr. Glen AJgarvio 
Bottom Row: Ethan Singal, Cameron Fong, Matthew Kruk. Alex Harper, Joe Hall, Steven Greene, Gordan 

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Back Row: Chay Curtosi, Michael Marshall, Luke Hoover, Harrison Rea, Graeme Buchanan, Leo 

Timmins, Hunter Jackson 
Middle Row: Alex Wilson, Noah Luder, Connor Byrne, Jacob Davis-Tangredi, Oliver Mann, Jonathan 

Squibb, Stuart Sylvester, Donald Lau 
Front Row: Alex Cleveland, Nick Balan, Reid Hannaford, Patrick Quaggin-Smith, Michael Kryshtalskyj, 

James Sarachman, Basil Southey, Bradley Walker, Ms. Stefanie Turner 





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Alistair Athey Cameron Aziz 



Michael Baldanza Evan Batten-Cotte Matthew Black Francis Blair 






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James Bray Connor Browne Sam Caldarone 



Nicholas Campney Jamie Cardy Isaac Chien 




Duncan Clokie Patrick Coffey James Crompton 






Zachary Crooks John Dashwood Graham Davies 




Alex Diplock James Durham Maximilian Farrill 



Brendan Farrow Julian Geneen George Graham Kit Green Sanderson 



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Andrew Krausz Matthew Lapinsky Blake Lee-Whiting Michael Lemanski Simon Liu Wyllie Malcolm Anthony Mariano 




David McAnoy Kevin McCarthy Kevin McLafferty Mike McLafferty Ben McLaughlin Sho Miller Rob Mosley 








Tuan Nguyen William Phillips Kjell Pladsen Eric Purkis Michael Saunders Luca Sedran 







Emmett Snyder Boyd Somerville 



Luke Stein 



Spencer Swayze 




James Tremayne 




Will Wareham 




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Jack Gettings Daniel Gold Bersani Evan Green 




Duncan S. Brown Fraser Bruce Andrew Buchanan Allan Cao David Chadwick Braden Clokie Ryan Connacher 



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Andrew Irwin Lakshay Khatter Juhan Kim 




Ryan Lapschies 


















Michael Latifi Timothy Lee Ross Loewen Angus MacDonald Brian MacNicol Ian Malcolm Joselito Maldonado 




Ben Mason Colin Mathers Andrew McConnell Greg McDonald Nick Medline Thomas Misztela Andrew Mok 




Sam Morse Graham Muncaster Alex Musgrove Andrew Nullmeyer Nicholas Perry James Ratcliffe Samuel Reznick 



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Mackenzie Rich Michael Richmond Douglas Ross Stewart Roulston 




Gareth Ryan Reuben Sagman Andrew Savory 



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Julian Caldwell Kiyo Campbell 



Chris Cardy 



Alexander Carey 



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Rudro Chakrabarti 







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Leo Hicks Matthew Hodder Hutch Hoffman 





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Academic Highlights 




The Grade 1 2 computer class 
placed a significant second 
in this year's University of 
Toronto's Showcase Fair for 
High School programmers. 
The entrants were Chris 
Black, Rothman Ng, Severin 
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RSGC school champion in the Pascal Mathematics Contest 
(score: 128; 2nd highest score ever at RSGC) 

RSGC school champion in the Cayley Mathematics Contest 

Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) school win- 
ner 

RSGC school champion in the Fermat Mathematics Contest 
(score 126; highest score ever at RSGC!) 

American Mathematics Contest (AMC12) school champion 

2nd in the Euclid Mathematics Contest (Grade 12 level con- 
test) 

Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) school win- 
ner 
(score: 63; highest score ever at RSGC!) 

RSGC school champion in the Euclid Mathematics Contest 
(score: 75; 2nd highest score ever at RSGC) 

Congratulations Rothman on your outstanding results in the 
various math contests! 



Great Canadian Geography Contest 



The Great Canadian 
Geography Contest 
is open to students 
under the age of 16. At 
RSGC students enrolled 
in grades 9 and 10 
participated. The school 
champion completes a 
qualifying test, and should 
he qualify as one of the 
50 best, participates in the 
provincial championship. 
The top 40 students from across the country then compete 
in the National championship. Michael Lemanski was the 
school champion who went on to compete in the national 
competition. The grade 10 champion this year was Noah 
Stanton, who also tied for third place in the school. 




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My time at Royal St. George's has been a 
great experience and I have the entire faculty 
to thank for my progress through high school. 
This school has done a great deal for me over 
the past four years, as I have built lasting 
friendships and excelled academically with 
guidance from my teachers and peers. The 
most memorable moments I have of my four 
years at the College come from the various 
athletic outings I was lucky enough to be a part 
of. The Athletics Department has done a great 
job at organizing events, keeping our student 
body involved and in shape, and fielding great 
teams each year. It has always been a thrill to 
participate alongside my classmates against 
rival schools no matter what the sport we were 
playing. I hope to continue my participation 
athletically in university and have the 
Department of Physical Education to thank for 
my maturing as an athlete. 



Cheers 




Something deep: "Nothing is forever except 
change" 



Something true: Thank you to all the people 
that helped me get to where I am and where 
I'm going. You know who you are :) 




My nine years at Royal St. George's College 
has been a very exciting and rewarding jour- 
ney. Many people in my life have shaped me 
to become the person 1 am today. First and 
foremost, I would like to thank my parents 
for giving me the opportunity to attend such 
a well-structured school. I would also like to 
thank my brother for always being there for me 
and helping me out with any issues I faced. I 
thank my teachers for all the hard work they 
put in to prepare me for my next stage in life. 
In no particular order: DALE. Mr. Hannaford 
Mr. Van Herk, Mr. Enfield. Mr. Jamieson, 
Mr. O' Leary, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Schroder, 
Mme DeBlois, Mr. Farrar, Ms. Somerville, 
Mr. Rankin, Ms. Wagar, Ms. Miller, Dr. 
Leatch, Dr. Newton, Mr. Reid, and Mr. Kote- 
cha (even though he never taught me). Thank 
you RSGC! 

B.R.O.W.N. 

"Change is the law of life. And those who look 
only to the past or present are certain to miss 
the future." 

-John F. Kennedy 







Four years? Really? Guess I better start savii 
for a walker, cause if life moves as fast as th 
four years have, I'm going to need one sooner 
I think. But before I make any downpayments 
got places to go and things to do. Where ever 
however, the boys of '09 will stick out in my mi 
great friends and exemplary people. I look for 
to seeing you in restaurants, on t.v.'s and stag* 
head offices, courtrooms, and houses of comi ons 
across the country, and perhaps the world. Wl 
see you, I'll be proud to say I know you. 

Mum, Dad, what can I say? You know I love 
and how much I appreciate what you've done for 
me throughout my life, not just the last four years. 
Spence - keep on keepin' on man. You're gi>; 
places. Big. shiny, famous places. That's how yon 
roll. 

Finally, the teachers. You've given me a lot over 
the years, and at times (usually around lam with a 
Twinings and a textbook in front of me) I felt my 
head would explode. But I enjoyed every second ol 
it. Ms. Somerville ... wow. I've been very Iuck\ id 
know you and to have had the opportunity to leant 
from you. RSGC wouldn't be the same without you 
Mme. Deblois, Francais avec toi e'est un "GRAND 
WHOA" pour moi. Je me manque ton classe. R42T< 
et ton "Mme-Deblois-ness" deja. Merci beaucoup 
beaucoup beaucoup! Senora Cathie .. ;muchas 
gracias tambien! Wes y yo faltar su cla. . jOLE! 
Dr. Leatch, Ms. Miller, Mr. Schroder, Fr. John. Fr. 
Donkin, and all the rest .... 

Thank You 

"The world is your oyster .. eat up, it's delicious." 



lg at RSGC since Grade 6 there are many 
t memories that this school has given me 
i football at lunch to Dr. Leatch's history 
ies. I would like to thank Dr. Leatch for 
great courses and the Battlefields trip and 
Schroder for making math enjoyable and 
unting interesting. Remember. "Education 
hat remains after one has forgotten what 
nas learned in school." Einstein 



fl iks for the memories. 




I have had four great years at RSGC. I would 
like to thank my parents for giving me the 
opportunity to attend such a great school. 
Thanks to all of my teachers over these years. 
You have all been great and have helped me 
learn so much here. Also, thank you to all of 
my coaches over the years. Athletics at RSGC 
have helped me develop both as an athlete and 
a person. Thanks especially to Mr. Lee. You 
have helped me not only in baseball, but in all 
aspects of my life. To all of my classmates, 
especially my close friends, it has been a 
pleasure to spend five years of my life with 
you. I wish everyone best of luck in the future. 
Stay hot. 




"The most difficult part of attaining perfec- 
tion is finding something to do for an encore." 
-Author Unknown 



Thank you to all my friends and to my fam- 
ily for their support over the past six years, 
and thank you to everyone at RSGC for the 
remarkable experience; I wouldn't be where I 
am without you all. 



"Scaling the mountain is what makes the view 
from the top so exhilarating." 



-Dennis Waitley 




I have been at RSGC since grade 3. Yes I am 
a LIFER! Throughout my RSGC career I had 
many amazing experiences! Starting with Rug- 
by in grade 9. This was a great way to start out 
my high school path. 1 soon got a reputation 
as a monster on the field and that carried on 
to later years on the varsity team. I would like 
to send out a thank you to Mr. Sarellas he has 
helped me as much on the rugby field as he 
has in the weight room and in the classroom. 
Although I was unable to take choir in my final 
year of high school Mr. Jamieson was a major 
impact on my life here at RSGC. As much as 
he thinks that we do not listen to him I have 
learnt so much about life and historical musi- 
cians. These many years at RSGC have been 
the best time of my life!! 




Over the las! four years at RSGC I have made 
exceptional friends and have enjoyed many 
memorable experiences. These will always 
out-weigh the downsides of our school and I 
am definitely happy that I came here, it might 
not have the highly reputated trench Bac. 
hut thank god for that. Thank you to all my 
teachers and especially Ms. Girvan. we had a 
pretty great time at OFSAA and the four years 
on ski team have been great. To my parents: 
merci heacoup. je vous aime enormement. :) 



Peace out 



Without a doubt Grade 12 has been the best 
year of my high school life. I came to RSGC in 
Grade 9 and have had a great time ever since. 
My only regret was not coming to this school 
sooner because I have met people with whom 
I will be life long friends. The staff at RSGC 
were the people who propelled me towards 
academic success and I really appreciate all the 
hard work my teachers did for me. Whenever 
I needed extra help, a teacher would be there 
to assist me. Royal Saint George's College 
was an amazing and unique experience for me. 
There were many challenges, however, with 
the help of friends, Ms. Girvan, and other staff 
members 1 was able to succeed and get into the 
University of Guelph. 




Silent Memories 





It t believe I'm graduating, in the more 

|jt( than reminiscent sense. I've grown 

a I since grade 7; I'm nearly six feet tall! 

RE 'ECTS to many bros, some gals, a few 

fai members, and a couple teachers. Read 

bo. - & learn languages. WORD LIFE. 



So choice words: 

Thi ultimate sin is to be ashamed of your skin. 
Wi re forced to bed, but we're free to dream. 
Lil s a garden, dig it. 




I've been at RSGC since grade 7 and I've had 
some good times with some gb's along the 
way. I want to thank all my teachers who have 
made my time here less stressful. I would also 
like to thank the athletic department for orga- 
nizing and coaching all of the sports teams I 
have competed on. I am nervous for the future 
of our school but I sincerely hope the heads can 
rediscover the atmosphere that I have enjoyed 
so much. My decision to come to RSGC in 
grade 7 was one of the best ones I have ever 
made. 



Cheers, 
Bunston 




During my time at RSGC. I have had the privi- 
lege of expanding my academic knowledge. 
The choices I have made throughout my five 
years have taught me to work to my best and 
finish what I have started. Thanks to the guid- 
ance of the teachers at RSGC, I have conquered 
my goals and improved upon my weaknesses. 
Finally, I would like to thank my parents and 
friends who have supported me throughout the 
good and bad times. Pythagoras said. "Choic- 
es are the hinges of destiny." Thanks for the 
opportunities and choices presented to me at 
RSGC; I feel prepared for what is to come. 




My time at RSGC has been unreal. Many 
thanks to all the teachers and coaches who 
have helped me along the way, as they dedi- 
cated their time and effort to help me succeed. 
Ms. Lanigan, I can't thank you enough for all 
the guidance you have given me over the years. 
Huge thanks to my family for all their support 
and encouragement. 



Peace RSGC 

Remember.... 

Mo' Money, Mo' Problems 




If I can pass on some advice to future 
graduates: ditch the expectations from 
your parents, the pressures of getting into 
university. Once you start being honest with 
yourself, things will come a lot easier. This 
will probably mean nothing to you but maybe 
someone will understand what I'm trying 
to say. Truth be told, I really disliked class, 
that's not why I came to school everyday. I'm 
going to forget chain rule in calculus or The 
Hardy-Weinberg rule in biology. In all honesty 
I already have, but the things I've learned 
outside the classroom are unforgettable. To all 
my teachers. I know I have probably been a 
pain at times and a great disappointment, but 
it was your fault for trusting me.There are 
so many people I have history with I would 
end up listing the whole graduating class, 
but Hamilton, Mitchell, Weldon, Morrow. 
Schwartz, and Moros. whether it was copying 
your homework, joking in class, gaming till 
dawn or late nights wandering the streets: you 
guys helped me through, I wouldn't have made 
it without you. Erinn thank you for sticking 
it out with me it's been a life changing year 
because of you. I wish the best of luck to 
everyone, and hope they remember that this 
will always be our school. 




Now that my time at Royal St. George's 
College is done, I would like to look back and 
thank everybody who helped me develop as a 
student. I would like to thank my parents for 
being there for me. I would also like to thank 
my teachers for encouraging my development; I 
could not be where I am without them. Finally, 
I would like to thank my fellow students for 
creating a great atmosphere to be in over my 
four years here. I wish everybody the best of 
luck with their future ambitions. 




I'd like to thank all of those who have made 
it possible for me to make it this far: most 
importantly, my parents, and all the teachers 
who withstood my antics for six long, 
sometimes painful years. Not to be left out, I'd 
like to thank the rest of my grade and all of 
my friends for keeping me entertained all these 
years. I have RSGC to thank for some of the 
greatest experiences of my life (Grade 12 AP 
English) and by far the worst (dog sledding). 
Recapping six years of stories in 250 words 
is impossible, so I dedicate this to those who 
have been so helpful to me over this time. To 
the rest of my graduating class, I hope that I 
have contributed to your time here at RSGC 
in a positive way, because my own time here 
would not have been the same without you 
guys. You've encouraged me to do things, that 
I would never even THINK of on my own, 
and for that I am forever grateful. I'd also like 
to thank Mr. Hal Hannaford - assembly was 
never the same without you. Last but not least, 
to Mr. Donnelly, I hope that one day we can 
share a laugh about Grade 12 Economics over 
a ginger ale. Thank you everyone. 




Hey everybody, I'd just like to thank 
teachers for everything they have done 
throughout my years here at RSGC. I've 
many good memories here that I will h; 
the rest of my life, and learned many les 
the process that I will not take for grant 
like to give a big shout out to all my boy 
especially Jack, thanks for all the mei 
and great times. I'd also like to than 
parents for everything that they did and u 
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essons I have learned. I will truly never 
t the teachers, students and faculty that 
nade my four years at RSGC such a 
SECOND PLACE RSGC KNIGHTS 
KETBALLBABY!!! 



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My time at RSGC has. for the most part, been 
amazing. I couldn't have chosen a better high 
school. Id like to thank my friends for the good 
times, all of my teachers over the years, and I 
would like to thank my parents for supporting 
me throughout my high school career. Thanks 
for the great memories. 



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Louis Floras 




"Can you count? I say the future is ours." The 
incubation process is finished; this batch is 
good to go. At RSGC my passion thrived for 
theatre. 1 have been given my platform and 
for music I have got the bottom and from my 
point of view, this lunatic couldn't have found 
a better home. For generations to come I say 
unto you; be cool, if they can't dig it, it's ok. 
You're with the band. Shout outs'? Young and 
old. you know who you are. 




1. You know that old sayin' location location 
location, well that's dead right boys. 

2. Gain entry by any means necessary. 

3. Fear nothing, possession is nine tenths of the 
law. 

4. Send the word out to those who believe in it. 

5. It's not where you're from, it's where you're 
going. 

6. Reject the mainstream. 

7. Find the best sound system. 

8. The rule is, never fail. 

9. You gotta make sure the musics bang on, 
you can't have a revolution if the music isn't 
right. 

10. It's your choice, find your own voice. 




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High school is finallx over.. .these past years 
have boon inns, banks to my good boys for 
all the good times, all the times we raged, you 
know who you are. Semi AP. Jeff's, chill- 
sesh's @ the Bum's household, and memora- 
ble nights in TDot. Thanks to all my teachers, 
you're incredible, and thanks especially to my 
parents for supporting me all these years. Dale. 
you rock. Thanks to my coaches for some great 
teams, four years of soccer and rugby has been 
unreal. Thanks for the memories boys. I'll nev- 
er forget you guys. TREMBLANT. oh what 
a ruckus that was. Thanks for the nickname 
Cam. that one really stuck. Thanks again to ev- 
en one for everything, one love, and good luck 
wherever life takes you. 



"I don't think that was such a good idea..." 
-Liam Brown 



PEACEEEE 




'd just like to thank all of my teachers from 
jver the years: Mrs. Girvan, Dr. Leatch, and 
everybody else - you know who you are. 



I'd like to give a big shout out to Mr. Van Herk 
for helping me sort out all of my university 
stuff, and especially Ms. Somerville for putting 
up with me for all these years and sticking with 
me through all my various problems, it really 
meant a lot. 



Also I'd like to thank Ms. Wagar big time 
for everything you've done for me. Helping 
me out with university applications, and all 
the other problems I've encountered over the 
past few years. You know I really appreciated 
it, and probably couldn't have made it this far 
without you. 



Thanks again to everyone. 
Keep it real. 




Music defines my life more and more with age. 
It will flow through me forever. I will never be 
anything but a musician. Five years, ten years, 
fifteen years from now I will still be making 
music. 

As I move forward, I will never forget the valu- 
able lessons taught to me by my teachers. Mr. 
Martin, Mr. Reid. Dr. Leatch. thank you for the 
time you spent teaching me life's lessons. To 
my friends, thanks for the great times, I will 
remember them. To my loving family: you are 
my treasure, without you I am but a shell of a 
man. The three of you. father, sister, mother, 
have always supported me, and so I will sup- 
port you. I hope to always be by your side. I 
will continue to make music. 

Thank you RSGC for a great three years. 

To my best friend, my brother, James Kruk, I 
will always be there for you. 



Quotes to follow: 

Without music life would be a mistake. 

- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche 

There's music in the sighing of a reed; 
There's music in the gushing of a rill; 
There's music in all things, if men had ears: 
Their earth is but an echo of the spheres. 

- Lord Byron 




I've had an amazing six years at this school 
and I will remember them always. Than! t ( , 
my parents, brothers, friends, teachers, md 
faculty. 

Be who you are and say what you feel, bee 
those who mind don't matter and those ho 
matter don't mind. - Dr. Seuss 



Micha^t Hamel 




L s like it's finally over. It's been a good 
ru >oys. I'll miss this place. Shout outs to my 
te : Chiu, Weldon, Morrow. Goad, Boyle. 
H iian. Sparky, Nigel, Boright, Trinetti. Mo- 
ri Rosenberg, FMac, OJ, and the rest of you 
ki v who you are... Sorry if I missed you. I 
k all you guys. Thanks to Nicola, Hilary, 
Ji tnd Robyn for the support, and thanks to 
K' ly for making '09 the best year yet. Witty 
ci iment. Closing statement. 




I would like to thank my loving parents for 
all their advice and support over my 7 years 
at RSGC. Kitty, you have been so valuable as 
a second mother to me my entire life. To my 
brother, and best friend. Christopher, I would 
not have been able to achieve the same amount 
of success if it weren't for your love and sup- 
port. I am so glad you decided to live at home 
for my final year of high school. My class- 
mates are to be commended for making school 
enjoyable. I hope to keep in touch with all of 
you. Last but not least, I appreciate every one 
of my teachers who have encouraged and in- 
spired me during these past 7 years, especially 
Mr. Jamieson who had to put up with my sing- 
ing throughout my entire tenure at Royal St. 
George's. 



"If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue. 
Or walk with Kings -nor lose the common touch. 
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you. 
If all men count with you. but none too much; 
If you can fill the unforgiving minute 
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run, 
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, 
And - which is more - you'll be a Man." 



-Rudyard Kipling 




Silent Memories 




Silent Memories 




Well everyone, this is it. It's been four years 
since I first walked into RSGC. I never imag- 
ined that this school would change me the way 
that it did in those four short years. I consider 
myself very gifted to have attended a school 
filled with so many opportunities and won- 
derful people. I'd like to thank the teachers 
of RSGC for the preparation they've given 
me, not only for university, but also for life. I 
will forever carry your teachings with me. I'd 
also like to thank my peers. I consider myself 
truly blessed to have known such upstanding 
Georgians as you. Without your constant en- 
couragement and support I would be a very 
different person than I am today. I wish you 
the best of luck in the coming years, and hope 
that you will look back on them with the same 
fondness that I do. 



"I'd like to be the sort of friend that you have 
been to me. I'd like to be the help that you've 
been always glad to be; I'd like to mean as 
much to you each minute of the day, as you 
have meant, old friend of mine, to me along 
the way." 



-Edgar A. Guest 




They say a family that plays together, stays to- 
gether. And one that walks apart just falls apart. 
So, together we stand, divided we fall. United, 
we form Voltron and take on all. Let's move. 
Yes, the birds left the nest. I'm all grown up I 
gotta fly with the rest. Best of the best is what 
we strive to be. A legacy is what we trying to 
leave. Let's say goodbye to the past. The fu- 
ture's here at last. University's coming. A new 
beginning. The truth is speaking. You should 
listen cause we are so glorious. Victorious. We 
take what we want we born warriors. 




Silent Memories 



"Just because nobody complains 

doesn't mean all parachutes are 

perfect" 



re's a lot I want to say. so I'll get the small- 
out of the way: I had a great time - too 
h to tell in such little space! 

h few exceptions. I'd like to thank the 
hers whose courses I found difficult. I'd 
to thank them for continuing to push me to 
eed (or at least pass), even when I would 
much more preferred them to let me quit, 
hanks to all the teachers who gave every- 
g, even to an uninterested student - Ms. 
reshy, Mme DeBlois. Mr. D'Arcy and Mr. 
n. 

linuing that thread, it's the school's culture 
>erseverance that will probably influence 
he most in the years to come. Nobody lets 
lust quit, just give up, just sit the hard times 
The school has provided me with so many 
ue opportunities (some I retroactively re- 
passing up) that I can't imagine who I'd be 
1 ended up someplace else. Sensei Miller's 
program. Mr. Farrar's history lessons, Mr. 
on's librarian wisdom - all of these have 
L'd shape who I am today. 

nittedly, I'm still uncertain about my role 
le universe, but I'm much better prepared 
.lapt to the road I walk to find it. 



T inks for all the adventures. 
J; i nes Kruk 



We can talk about it now 

It's the same old riddle, only starting from the 

middle 

I'd fix it but I don't know how 

Well, we could try to reason, but you might 
think it treason 

One voice for all, echoing along the hall 

Don't give up on Father Clock 

We can talk about it now 



The Band 



Kruk 




Since arriving at RSGC in Grade 4, 1 have had 
a blast in this community. Seeing faces come 
and go throughout the years, the memories 
shared are too many to re-count. However, 
they are far from silent. Most people will put 
thank-you's in this thing but I'd like to mix it 
up and go for some apologies. To my friends, 
sorry for all of those hours of frustration I 
may have caused when you kept explaining 
the same math solution over and over. To my 
teachers, sorry for all the antics I've caused in 
the past years, (you know I don't mean it). But 
to my parents, I will say thank you for giving 
me the opportunity to come to this school. 

Nine years of my life. gone. If I could do it 
again, would I? Probably not. I am excited 
and eager to take the next big steps of my life. 
Cheers to Mr. D'Arcy (RSGCBHL Rough- 
necks), to Mr. Holdsworth (bless his heart), to 
Mr. Jamieson, to Mr. Donnelly (for the jokes), 
to Ms. Kaye (for the food), to Ms. Miller (for 
making me do all of those competitions), and 
especially to Mr. Hannaford (happy trails). 

When I reflect on all those ups and downs, I re- 
member: "A life spent making mistakes is not 
only more honorable, but more useful than a 
life spent doing nothing." 

- Brendan Lee! 




I came to RSGC in grade seven and am now 
leaving in grade 12. I'd like to thank all my 
teachers over the years for making my school 
experience a good one. Support the golf team 
(you'll love Wednesdays) and the hockey 
team. I'd like to give a shout to the ball hockey- 
league, may you continue to thrive. Go Choice. 
Also thank you to Mr. Hutton for giving us 
shelter all these years in the library. It has be- 
come my second dwelling. 



"The Tassle was worth the hassle" 
Unknown 



Peace , 

Geordie Lounsbery 



Author 




Having been at RSGC since grade five, it has 
definitely been a large part, and a good part of 
m\ life. It seems like I have been at RSGC 
forever, but now that I look back, the high- 
school part of it has been a blur of mostly good 
times! But I am glad to say that I am happy 
that it is finally over and surely won't miss the 
almost never ending stream of assignments or 
evensongs on a bad day. I would like to say 
thank-you to all my teachers and friends who 
have helped me along the way. Without you I 
don't think 1 would be where I am today, which 
1 can say is pretty comfortable. Well. ..maybe 
aside from the Saturday and after school 
classes; thanks Ms. Girvan and Mr. D! Also, 
a shout out to the Grads of '09. you guys have 
been an awesome group to go through these 
years with and I hope to stay in touch; great 
times in Squamish and Mexico which I will 
never forget. Peace RSGC, I hope you live on 
strong! 




Being at RSGC since grade eight I've learned 
a lot. At the begining of grade eight I think I 
spoke a maximum of three words, in the first 
three months. Now. I can be one of the more 
disruptive kids in the class. (My apologies 
to my teachers.) Many teachers have helped 
me get through high school successfully and 
in particular. I would like to recognize Mr. 
Jamieson as well as Mr. Schroder. Although 
they are my teachers they have also been 
amazing role models and have impacted my 
life more than they could ever imagine. Hockey 
has always been a big part of my life and this 
didn't stop once I came to RSGC. in fact I have 
always participated on the hockey team, on top 
of my other commitments. I feel I will be set up 
well for university due to the courses I chose 
and the teachers who taught them. I find that 
RSGC it is extremely difficult to not do well, 
as the teachers care so much about the students 
and how they do in the future. 



Thanks for the great time! 




Silent Memories 




When I first came to RSGC in grade ni, 
never thought about the kind of person I \n 
be in grade twelve. Here 1 am! I have lea 
so much over these past four years. Mos 
portantly, I have learned about myself, 
ting through intense engineering classes 
Mr. D'Arcy, hiking up to Machu Picchu 
Mr. Shum and Ms. Gryfe-Seeley or but 
schools in the Dominican Republic with 
Ennis, are just a few of my fortunate m 
ries. I would like to thank my teachers, 
challenged me in every aspect of my acac 
career, my peers, with whom I have deve 
life-long friendships and most of all, m\ 
ents, for allowing me the privilege of at 
ing such an amazing school and supportir 
through all my endeavors. I will never 1 
the experiences and lessons that I have le 
through these years at RSGC. 



ild 



What lies behind us and what lies before ■ ire 
small matters compared to what lies with as. 
- Ralph Waldo Emerson 



dt/± 



Mark Mitchell 




Ii ty time at RSGC I found a community 

tl I fit into, and wanted to. I could describe 

ll years I spent at RSGC as ones that I will 

n r forget, along with the friends I hope to 

h from until I grow old. I truly feel that as 

a eorgian the sky is the limit, but as Geor- 

g is we can surpass all limits. RSGC not only 

hi >ed produce intelligent boys, but well man- 

iv ed, well-rounded and unique men. I am and 

ai ays will be proud to say, "I am Georgian". 



P How Georgian, 
Max Moros. 




I want to thank everyone who has supported 
me through my years here at RSGC, especially 
in these past couple of months, it's been a lot of 
fun. Without you, I don't know where I would 
be right now. I want to thank my teachers over 
the years for putting up with me, especially 
Ms. Ghoreshy, good luck with the twins and 
thank you for everything you have done for 
me over the past three years. Mum, Dad and 
Katie - Thanks. Thanks to all the Prefects this 
year for all your hard work, time and effort you 
have put in. 



A & N: Flowers. Mini Zamboni. DBC. Shout 
out to R, JB's math class explosion. Oprah, 
have fun in Hali. Max the Cat: snap-point "To 
the b...". Cherryblasters. Equipe Joli. Shmam... 



Get 'er done boys. 




Is it possible to sum up the best six years of 
your life in less than 250 words'? Probably not. 
but I'll do my best. 

My six years at RSGC have been amazing. I 
have enjoyed every second of it, from my first 
terrifying days in grade seven, to my final ones 
in grade twelve. I would like to thank my fam- 
ily; my Mom and Dad, and my sister Erin for 
supporting me through my time at the Royal 
College; I couldn't have imagined spending 
them in a better place. 

I would like to thank all the wonderful teach- 
ers, advisors, and friends I have made during 
my time at RSGC. You were the icing on top 
of an already outstanding cake. To my friends 
over in See House/ 128 and the Dragon's Lair 
lunchtime crew. I will miss you, thanks for put- 
ting up with me over the years. 

It's hard to imagine that my days at RSGC are 
numbered. No more 12 minute runs, George's 
Burgers or fun times left for me here, but I 
guess that all good things must come to an 
end... 

DWM 

Everyone would gather on the twenty-fourth of 
May sitting in the sand to watch the fireworks 
display. Dancing fires on the beach, singing 
songs together, although it's just a memory, 
some memories last forever. 




During these four years at RSGC, without a 
doubt, I have gained more life experience than 
I have academic knowledge. I have learned 
more about myself than any other subject. 
Discovering my weaknesses, especially my 
carelessness, and working on them has been 
my focus for these four years. Of course, this 
wouldn't have been possible without the amaz- 
ing efforts of my parents, for giving me this 
opportunity. Mr. D'Arcy. for being my men- 
tor, Mr. Fowler, for always telling me I am not 
working at 100%, and Ms Miller, for improv- 
ing all my aspects of my English. I want to 
immortalize my gratitude towards these teach- 
ers in this quote. I leave RSGC with one last 
thought: it is God who gives us gifts, but it is 
up to us to use them. 




— / 




Education maybe be a chore for most and you 
could say it is for me too. But at this school it is 
more than a proper education. It's a place where 
recesses are postponed for conversations with 
teachers about the Matrix. Where boys share 
the greatest friendships, be it sports, debating, 
or watching movies. These experiences shaped 
my time at RSGC and I hope all the boys 
leaving will feel the same. 





Jake Rosenberg 



The four years I've spent at RSGC have 
opened a new world for me. I never knew that 
I could create a website by myself, run a mile 
in six minutes, or even complete an essay ... on 
time! I have to thank all my teachers but a mas- 
sive thanks to Mr. Shum for helping me sur- 
vive throughout my time here. Lastly I'd like 
to thank my best friends: Matt Weldon, Nigel 
Schwartz, Max Moros, Mike Hamel, James 
Boyle, Sep Banai, David McCarthy, Adam 
Hamilton, Michael Chiu, Oliver Jones, and 
anyone else I forgot. Grade 12 here wouldn't 
have been the same without you guys. 




I love RSGC. I am going to miss even 
about it, but I know I will remain close : he 
school forever. 

I would like to thanks my Mom, Dad. 5 
all of my friends and teachers, but I \ ild 
like so especially like to thank Mr. ! 
for getting me through my first year. I 
thank him enough for everything he has 
I would also like to thank Mr. Schrode for 
always being a nice guy and I am going to iss 
talking sports with him. Ms. Miller for heli ng 
me out and being a great teacher. Also. 1 v. M 
to thank Dr. Newton. He really pushed nit to 
be creative and believe in myself, and I can'i 
thank him enough for that because it has an. I is 
going to change my life. 

I would like to finish with a quote that I have 
lived by and always will. "Man up. especially 
in scenarios that need manning up in." 






luld like to take this opportunity to thank 
vone who has impacted my life at RSGC: 
family, my friends, and the teachers and 
here. Thanks for all the great times. 



" is is not the end. it is not even the begin- 
n of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of 
tl Kginning." - Winston Churchill 



Silent Memories 



I've had some pretty bomb times at RSGC. 
Even though I wasn't too keen on coming at 
the beginning. I couldn't imagine it any differ- 
ently. I'd like to thank my parents and teachers 
for putting up with me and helping me when I 
really needed it. I'd also like to thank all my 
boys.... you know who you are. TBLANT.... 

good times short but so sweet. Squa- 

mish so live. And all the other good times. 

I'm looking forward to next year but I'm gunna 
miss ya'll. Peace out. 



Alexander Samworth 





I've only been at RSGC for four years, hut in 
that time I've had the opportunity to meet so 
many great people and be involved in so many 
great things. I want to thank my parents for 
sending me here and supporting me through- 
out it all. Also all of the great teachers who 
helped me get through these four years as eas- 
ily as possible. Good times on senior hockey 
and rugby, thanks to Mr. D for coaching and 
advising me for the past two years. Thanks to 
al the guys for making it such a fun place to 
be. RSGCBHL. Squamish. Grad Trip. I'm very 
thankful for the time I spent here and I will al- 
ways remember my time at RSGC. 




Wait I'm Graduating? What is this? 

Eight years I've spent at RSGC and they have 
been as crazj as ever. To my parents - Thank 
you for sending me here and always supporting 
me. To my teachers - Thank you for always be- 
ing there to make sure I did my absolute best. 

A special thanks to. Mr. Rankin "the Ranki- 
nator" always helping keep school interesting, 
in his own way. Mr. D'Arcy being there right 
from the start to lay the groundwork. As well 
as Dale and Ms. Wagar who always made time 
spent out of the classroom, amusing to say the 
least. 

We all still have a long road ahead of us and 
I know we will all find success in some way. 
Just remember to live life with no regrets. 



As a joker once said, "Why so serious?" 




"I get up every morning determined to 
both change the world and have one 
hell of a good time. Sometimes this 
makes planning my day difficult." 



E.B. White 




It's been three years since I first came to RSGC 
and it has been great! I'm going to miss play- 
ing football during lunch, Apollo, and all my 
friends. I have learned so much over these past 
few years and there are times when the going 
gets tough. But just stick to it and these times 
will fly by. I want to thank everyone here for 
these superb high school years. Thank you! 




I have been here for a very long time. F S(H 
is legit, it made me a better person for en 
years, then there was that one year... 



Now I'm going to university, and it's all t 
to my parents, my great teachers, and m\ 
friends. I'll never forget my days at RSG' 
I know that I have only benefited beca 
them. They're fit right? 




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I an'l thank everyone enough, friends, 
le hers, and others. I am ridiculously proud 
K til myself, and my class, truly Georgian. 

I ise the bridge that carried you over' 
-■orge Colman 





I was a little apprehensive when I first walked 
through the junior school doors in grade seven, 
not knowing what to think of this new school. 
But my newfound friends in my peers and in 
the faculty made the adjustment very easy. 
I have seen both highs and lows in my time 
here at the school, and would like to thank 
my friends and family for sticking by my side 
through all of them. I have had a great time 
at RSGC over the past six years and would not 
change it for the world. I wish the best to all 
of my fellow grads and hope that we may have 
many more great times together in our future. 



Silent Memories 




These past six years at RSGC have been in- 
credible ...I can't believe it's all over. 

Thanks to all my teachers for putting up with 
me and teaching me. and to all the boys for the 
countless good times. Special thanks to my 
parents for sending me here, and to everyone 
else that has supported me over the years. It's 
been a blast. 



Keep on Rockin' in the Free World 



Peace 




Fellow Grads of 2009, it's time to move out. We must now find our own way. We 

may be in darkness a little dazed and confused, but I can see the light. It has truly 

been an honour to grow, fight and learn alongside of every one of you. You have 

each become one of the sixty-four brothers I never had. Even if at times we had 

our differences, every one of you will have your own place in my memory and, 

regardless of the cheesy factor, also in my heart. RSGC has been a home to us all; 

we arrived as a diverse group of people, and now we part ways equally independent, 

striving for success and happiness. The only difference now is we are all Georgians. 

We are about to travel down separate paths. Some of you I may not see again for a 

very long time. But, when our paths do cross, no matter how far down the road, I 

will greet you as a fellow Georgian and as a brother. 

As Mr. Hannaford would say, "Goodbye, good luck and God bless." 

Head Prefect 
Liam Morrow 



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Under 16 Volleyball 

MIP 

Georgian Sport 

MVP 



Blake Lee Whiling 
Kjell Pladsen 
Derek Woods 



Senior Basketball 

MIP Wilson Waterman 

Georgian Sport Louis Floras 

Bowlby Trophy Michael Diplock 




Senior Volleyball 

MIP Ben Ken- 
Georgian Sport Daniel Krawczyk 
Senior Volleyball Award Alex Samworth 

Under 16 Soccer 

MIP Logan Semple 

Georgian Sport Ryan Lapchies 

MVP Andrew Irwin 

Senior Soccer 

MIP Corey Trinetti 

Georgian Sport Mark Ammendolia 

Edward Assaf Trophy Eric Snucins 



Senior Cross Country 

MIP 

Georgian Sport 

Ferguson Award for Excellence 

in cross country running 



Evan Batten- Cotte 
Derek Mollenhauer 
James Tremayne 



Under 16 A Basketball 

MIP Logan Semple 

Georgian Sport Mackenzie Rich 

MVP Derek Woods 



Under 16 Hockey 

MIP Nicholas Campney 

Georgian Sport Rob Mosley 

MVP Gavin Francisco 

Senior Hockey 

MIP Rylie Cook 

Georgian Sport Will Bryant 
Liam Brown 

McMaster Trophy David McCarthy 

Alpine Ski 

MIP Hartley Vibert 



John Kerr Leadership Award Chas Beatty 

Connor Gordon 

Trusler Ski trophy Carson White 

Judo 

MVP Sho Miller 

Senior School Track 

MIP John Ross Briggs 

Georgian Sport Mao Yamanaka 

RK Fraser Trophy Track and James Tremayne 
Field MVP 




Under 16 B Basketball 

MIP Sam Calderone 

Georgian Sport Nico Arnsten 

MVP Stuart Rolston 



Under 16 Golf 

MIP Luke Stein 

Georgian Sport Marshall Hanmer 

MVP Kevin McLafferty 



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Senior Golf 

MIP Mike Hamel 

Georgian Sport Brandon Jones 

MVP Nic D'Alessandro 



Athletic Awards 



Baseball 

MIP Jake Rosenberg 

Georgian Sport Nick Medline 

WE Wilson Sr Baseball Award Theo Milosevic 




Under 16 Badminton 




MIP 


Graham Muncaster 


Georgian Sport 


Michael Holman 


David Reeser Badminton Trophy 


James Ratcliffe 


Under 16 Rugby 




MIP 


Ryan Lapsehies 


Georgian Sport 


McKenzte Rich 


MVP 


Logan Semple 


Senior Rugby 




MIP 


Connor Farrow 




Matt Weldon 


Georgian Sport 


Elliott Boake 




Maxym Moros 


Sr Rugby Award 


Matt Bunston 




Richard Hogarth 


Grade 9 Athlete: JS Robinson 


James Tremayne 


Trophy 




Grade 10 Athlete: AC Tudhope 


Andrew Irwin 


Trophy 


Logan Semple 


Grade 1 1 Athlete 


Noah Perlmutar 




Michael Diplock 


Grade 12 Athlete: JS Housser 


Eric Snucins 


Trophy 


Carson White 




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Grade 7B 

Alex Cleveland 

Joe Hall 

Luke Hoover 

Nicholas Jackson Chornenki 

Michael Kryshtalskyj 

Noah Luder 

Jonathan Squibb 

Stuart Sylvester 

Thomas Trusler 

Alec Tulett 

Bradley Walker 

Jordan Yan 



Grade 7D 

Cameron Bellamy 

Graeme Buchanan 

Owen Burry 

Chay Curtosi 

Reid Hannaford 

Ian Harbell 

Donald Lau 

Nick Lind 

Oliver Mann 

Colin Mclntyre 

Patrick Quaggin-Smith 

Ethaniel Singal 

Leo Timmins 



Grade 8A 

Michael Baldanza 

Francis Blair 
Connor Browne 

Isaac Chien 

Graham Davies 

James Durham 

Julian Geneen 

Michael Holman 

Jakson Inwentash 

Simon Liu 

Anthony Mariano 

Kevin McLafferty 

Ben McLaughlin 

William Phillips 

Boyd Somerville 

Louis Vassos 

Hartley Vibert 



Grade 8P 

Joshua Blake 

James Bray 

Duncan Clokie 

James Crompton 

Zachary Crooks 

George Graham 

Scott Knowles 
Blake Lee-Whiting 

Tuan Nguyen 

Kjell Pladsen 
Spencer Swayze 

Derek Woods 
Mao Yamanaka 




Junior School 
Proficiency Awards 



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Ian Harbell 
Valedictorian 




Good morning 
parents, teachers, 
Ms. Kirkland, Junior 
School students, and 
my fellow grade 8 
graduates. First, I'd 
like to start by thank- 
ing my classmates 
for allowing me the 
honor of speaking on 
behalf of them on this important day. Although 
some of us have been at RSGC from the time our 
feet could barely touch the floor while we sat in 
the chapel pews, and others were considered new 
boys merely two years ago, we will all be leaving 
the Junior School today feeling equally Georgian. 

For the past two years I have had a great time 
and learned a lot. Also, I have made new buddies 
and bonded with them. So how did we bond? We 
bonded through a variety of different activities. 
For example, when our grade traveled up north to 
Camp Wanakita this past February, we had a great 
time tobogganing together, chilling in the dining 
hall and watching Mr. Algarvio's kids' movie 
collection on the bus. Or when we were sitting in 
class during a "work period" trying to get away 
with playing Armegettron Advanced with our 
sometimes inappropriate usernames. Together our 
grade always seems to have a great time whether 
it's traveling to New York City for a band trip, 



England for a Choir Tour, or various places across 
Canada for sports tournaments. 

We have also bonded through the tough 
times; like sitting working on our BTT portfolio, 
or a 90 question French sheet, or cleaning the 
tables for lunch duty. 

We also have had the same set of teachers of 
the past 2 years. In class we learned how to find 
the volume of a sphere, the causes of the industrial 
revolution, how to play the note A on the saxo- 
phone, and how to conjugate the French verb pou- 
voir in the present and past tense, but the most im- 
portant things we learned were not academic: we 
learned to "work hard, then play hard", we have 
learned "to keep a distance from killer elephant 
seals", we tried to learned about "a teacher's love 
life", we have learned "how to pound it and lock 
it", and we have learned "that teachers who have 
their own boys know what we're up to". 

Today we take these important memories 
with us as we start a new stage in our life. For the 
past two years we have looked across the tarmac 
at the senior school and wondered what goes on 
inside. In less than three months we will put on 
our new navy blazers and get ready to find out. 
We look forward to doubling our class with all 
the new boys who will be joining us next year, the 
new friendships that will be formed and the old 
ones that we will continue to build on. We look 



forward to more independence and opportuni- 
ties to learn from our mistakes. But most of all 
we look forward to continuing to become young 
Georgian Men. 

We have had a lot of support throughout the 
past few years. I know that none of us could have 
made it this far without the unconditional love and 
encouragement from our parents. We thank them 
for; early morning drop-offs, being our biggest 
fans at sports events, attending our music concerts 
and helping with homework. We would also like 
to thank the dedicated and welcoming teachers, 
Ms Kirkland for her advice, Mr. Hannaford for his 
enthusiastic support, the Kitchen Staff for break- 
fast sandwiches and their warm smiles at lunch, 
and the entire RSGC staff. 

So as we sit here today in our red blazers 
for the last time, I encourage you to reflect on 
everything you have learned from your time here; 
whether it's learning how to tie a tie, how to shake 
somebody's hand with confidence, the importance 
of looking someone in the eye, how to show grati- 
tude, treating others with kindness, or showing the 
best of yourself. We may not realize it today, but 
we are leaving the Junior School with so many 
valuable lessons. Now it's our job to continue ap- 
plying them. 

Thank You 



Awards I /-J 




Grade 3 Award 
Grade 4 Award 

Grasley Award . Grade 5 Award 
G.D. Hay Award, Grade 6 Award 
Junior Music Award 
Scott Kovas Award , Grade 7 Award 
J.B.E. Garstang Award, English 
Mathematics Award 
French Award 
St. George's Society Award 
Science Award 

Leigh McCarthy Gossage Award, Acting 
John R. Latimer Award. Public Speaking 
Leslie Taylor Award, Most Improved Chorister 
Georgian Parents' Guild Most Improved Instrumental- 
ist Award 
Georgian Parents' Guild Best Instrumentalist Award 

John D. Allen Religious Award 

John L. Bradley Award, Best Chorister 

John Birkett Art Award 

Max Denis Community Service Award 

Perfect Attendance Award 



Matthew Furnish 
Patrick Bemhard 
Nicholas Ramsubik 
Otis Moore 
David Vassos 
Adrian Mahjour 
Bradley Walker 
Jordan Yan 
Ian Bryant 

Michael Kryshtalskyj 
Reid Hannaford 
Reid Hannaford 
Reid Hannaford 
Nick Balan 
Donald Lau 

Reid Hannaford Michael 
Kryshtalskyj 
Luke Hoover 
Owen Burry 
Jamie Heath 
Michael Kryshtalskyj 
Andrew Kim 
Alex Harper 




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Grade 8 Graduation 

Prize Day 



Georgian Parents' Guild Award 
Awarded to the boy who most exemplifies the motto 
of our founding Headmaster, Jack Wright, "manners 
maketh men". 

Dr. Paul D. Steinhauer Memorial 

Awarded to the boy who best displays leadership by 

example. 

L.B.J. Rothwell Award 

Donated by Mr. L.B.J. Rothwell and awarded to the 

boy who shows the greatest detenninatit >n 

Hal Hannaford Award 

Awarded to the boy who continually demonstrates 
kindness, gratefulness, generousity of spirit, and an 
ability to see the best in others. This Georgian is an 
inspiration to those around him. 

Junior Georgian Award 

Awarded to the boy who best represents the high- 
est qualities expected of a boy at Royal St. George 's 
College, in academics, music, ethics, deportment, and 
cooperation. This is the highest award given in the 
Junior School. 

Valedictorian 



Michael Kryshtalskyj 



Owen Burn 



Alec Tuletl 



Iain Bryant 



Reid Hannaford 




Ian Harbell 



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Physical Education 

Grade 9 Physical Education Award 

Grade 10 Physical Education Award 

Grade 1 1 Physical Education Award 



Graham Muncaster 
Sam Dyson 
Erik Snucins 



Grade 9 French Literature Award Nick Medline 
Grade 10 French Literature Award Sam Dyson 
Grade 1 1 French Literature Award Chuck Burger 




Visual Art 

Grade 9 Art Award Allan Cao 

Grade 10 Art Award Jaipal Singh 

Grade 1 1 Art Award Fraser Itamunoala 

Instrumental Music 

Junior Music Award Kyle Kim 

Intermediate Music Award Mark Kryshtalskyj 

Choral Music 

Grade 9 Choral Award Joselito Maldonado 

Grade 10 Choral Award Jonathan Pepper 

Grade 1 1 Choral Award Michael Hoad 

Drama 

Richard Holdsworth Senior Drama James Gagne 
Award 

Best Supporting Actor Award David Perl 

Junior Drama Award Mackenzie Rich 



English 

Grade 9 English Award 

Grade 10 English Award 

Grade 1 1 English Award 

Grade 9 Public Speaking Award 

Grade 10 Public Speaking Award 

Grade 1 1 Public Speaking Award 

Modern Languages 
Grade 10 Spanish Award 

Grade 1 1 Spanish Award 

Grade 9 French Language Award 

Grade 1 French Language 

Grade 1 1 French Language 



Graham Muncaster 
Sam Dyson 
Nigel Schwartz 
Nick Medline 
Robbie Barnett- 
Kemper 
Matthew Weldon 



Andrew Burt 
Chas Beatty 
Will Barton 
Matt D'Arcy 
Owen Evans 
Michael Hoad 



Canadian & World Studies 

Grade 1 1 Latin 

Grade 10 History 

Grade 1 1 American History 

Grade 1 1 World History 

Grade 1 1 Law 

World Religions Award 

Grade 9 Canadian Geography Award 

Grade 10 Geography Contest 



Grade 10/11 Physical Geography 

Grade 9 Career Studies 

Grade 9/10 Civics 



Business 
Grade 10 Intro to Business 
Grade 1 1 Business Award 

Math 

Pythagorean Award 

Grade 9 Math Award 

Grade 10 Math Award 

Grade 10 Enriched Math Award 

Grade 1 1 Math Award 

Grade 1 1 Enriched Math Award 

Science 

Grade 9 Science Award 

Grade 10 Science Award 

Grade 1 1 Biology Award 

Grade 1 1 Chemistry Award 

Grade 1 1 Physics Award 

Grade 1 1/12 Earth and Space Science 

Award 



Wilson Waterman 
Owen Evans 
Michael Hoad 
Alex Samworth 
Oliver Jones 
James Kruk 
James Kruk 
Graham Muncaster 
Denis Evans 
Adam Penn 
Peter Ng 
Chas Beatty 
Graham Muncaster 
Graham Muncaster 
Reble 



Alex Marks 
Chris Black 



Mackenzie Rich 
John Ross Briggs 
Juhan Kim 
Mark Kryshtalskyj 
Jaipal Singh 
Chris Black 



Graham Muncaster 
Owen Evans 
Nigel Schwartz 
Chris Black 
Chris Black 
Alex Samworth 




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Senior School 
Proficiency Awards 



The Stuart Warren Memorial Award Mike Hamel 

This scholarship, presented in memory of Stuart 

Warren, is awarded to a student entering the graduating 

class who exemplifies the qualities of Stuart, and by all 

accounts was a true Georgian. 

MacLennan Robinson Scholarship Carson White 

Awarded in memory of David N. MacLennan and 

John "Robbie" Robinson. Awarded to the student who 

meets current RSGC academic standards, is involved 

in a variety of extra curricular activities, and judged to 

be well liked by his peers. 



The Andrew Drillis Award Charlie Burns 

Given in memory of Andrew Drillis. who was 

tragically killed after his grade 12 year. This a ward is 

presented to the student who has great enthusiasm for 

the school's extra curricular program. 

The Carol Lucas Memorial Award David Munro 

Awarded in memory of Carol Lucas: a longtime 

parent, guild member and friend of RSGC. This 

award is presented annually to the student entering 

his graduating year and who is considered to be a true 

ambassador of the College. 

The Colgate Book Award Haven Renaud 

The Colgate Book A ward, presented annually to a 

student in grade 1 1 who has achieved high academic 

distinction while exhibiting a particular skill in public 

speaking and/or creative or journalistic writing. 

The Headmaster's Medal Graham Muncaster 
Awarded to the student achieving the highest academic- 
standing in grade 9. 

The Founder's Medal Mark Kryshtalskyj 
Awarded to the student achieving the highest academic 
standing in grade 1 0. 

The Chairman's Medal Severin Tsuji 
Awarded to the student achieving the highest academic 
standing in grade 1 1. 




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Art 
T-Bu Grieve Grade 12 Art Award James Boyle 

Business 
Grade 12 Economics Mark Mitchell 



Computer Science 
Senior Engineering Award Chris Black 

Mark Mitchell 
Max Moros 
Rothman Ng 
Steven Tsuji 
Matt Weldon 

Drama 

Senior Drama Award James Gagne 
Best Supporting Actor Award James Gagne 



Grade 12 Environment & Conor Gordon 
Resource Management 



English 

John Kerr Grade 12 English 

Award 

Grade 12 Creative Writing Award 

The Arthur Pegler Cup 
The John R. Latimer Public 
Speaking Award 

Canadian & World Studies 

Grade 1 2 Geomatics 

Grade 1 2 AP Human Geography 

Award 

Grade 12 Canadian & World 

Issues Award 

Grade 12 Canadian History 

Grade 12 World History 

Grade 1 1/12 Classical 

Civilizations 



Haven Renaud 

Michael Chiu 
Will Barton 
Matt Weldon 
Nigel Schwartz 



Chris Bass 
Corey Trinetti 
Mark Ammendolia 
Mark Ammendolia 

Oliver Jones 
Chris Bass 
Alex Antunes 



Math 

Grade 12 Data Management 

Grade 12 Advanced Functions 

Grade 12 Calculus & Vectors 

Grade 12 AP Calculus 

Jock Armitage Senior Math Prize 



Steven Betcherman 
Jaipal Singh 
Steven Betcherman 
Chris Black 
Chris Black 
Rothman Ng 



Senior Schoo 
Graduation 



Modern Languages 
Grade 1 2 French Language Oliver Jones 

Award Theo Milosevic 
Grade 12 Spanish Award Will Barton 
Wes Brown 

Music 
Senior Choral Award Theo Milosevic 
Senior Music Award James Gagne 

Physical Education 
Grade 1 2 Exercise Science Award Steven Betcherman 

Elliot Boake 



Science 

Grade 12 Biology 




Grade 12 Chemistry 

Grade 12 Earth & Space Science 

Grade 1 2 Physics 

Wheeler Cup 



Alexander 
Samworth 
Chris Black 
Steven Betcherman 
Chris Black 
Chris Black 



Religious 

Acolyte Award Oliver Jones 



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The Wynn Bulterworth Award Liam Morrow 
Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Eric Butterworth. parents of Wynn. 
first Head Prefect ofRSGC and awarded annually to the Head 
Prefect of the current year. 

The J.L. Bradley Award Paolo Griffin 
To the person who makes the greatest contribution to the RSGC Brendan Lee 

music program. 

The Robert Bradley Award James Boyle 
To the senior school student who has continued to ser\'e 
faithfully the Church. 



The Guild Trophy 

Donated by the Georgian Parents ' Guild to the boy who is 

outstanding in character, games, and scholarship. 



Severin Tsuji 




The Manon McDowell Trophy Mark Ammendoha 
To the boy who has demonstrated the greatest all-round David McCarthy 
contribution in scholarship, deportment and sports 

The von Teichman Award Elliot Boake 

An award donated by the von Teichman family and presented 

to a member of the graduating class who. throughout his career 

at RSGC has achieved substance academic imprtn ement 

while exemplifying the Georgian spirit through leadership. 

participation and ci\ lilt} . 



Steven Betcherman 
Alexander Samworth 



The Barry Pepper Memorial Award 

In memory of Barry Pepper who was a parent, long time Board 

member and ardent supporter of the school. It is given to a 

member of the graduating class to support his educational 

ambitions. The recipient will excel academically . and through 

his achievements, will have enhanced the reputation of the 

College 



The Georgian Spirit Award - Ian Lomax Memorial Michael Hamel 
To recognize and foster within the student body those qualities 
such as concern, participation, accomplishment, pride and 
leadership that are a part of the Georgian spirit. 



The Governor General's Medal Chris Black 
A warded to the graduating student who has achieved the 
highest academic standing 



The Chairman's Award 

Presented by the Chairman of the Board, to the boy in 

the Senior Class who excels in integrity, dependability. 

resourcefulness and inittam c. 



Mark Mitchell 



The J.L. Wright Medal 

Awarded to the boy/man who best exemplifies the motto A 

Manners Maketh Men. This award was donated to RSGC in 

1 978 in tribute to our Headmaster Emeritus Mr. Jack Wright. 

who was the first recipient in the year of his retirement. 



David Munro 



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Liam Morrow 
Head Prefect 




Georgians, broth- 
ers. We have come to the 
end of the road we call life 
here at RSGC. No more 
school uniforms, assem- 
blies or hecklings with 
regards to a pair of white 
socks. No more 'Mini- 
tests" and no more atten- 
dance. . .No more teachers 
who pour their souls into 
your success, one on one 
extra help sessions or review packages that are the reason 
you didn't fail that physics or chemistry exam. No more 
trips to Stan's or Steve's or even ice cream from Phil. When 
we have all moved on there will be things that we will miss, 
and maybe things that we won't. What I can guarantee you 
will remember is your friends, and the guys beside you. 
Take the time, right now to turn to the guys sitting next to 
you and shake hands. 

I want to thank everyone in this room today and 
even those who may not be here, our teachers, families and 
friends, for your support, patience and understanding. Even 
though we like to think we did this alone, it could not have 
happened without you. Thank you. 



There is something magnificent about this school. 
Something unique. We have no turf or field, and yet we 
prevailed, most recently, in rugby over a team that unlike 
us has every facility possible for the training of its athletes. 
We have no track to run on. but have recently produced 
enormously talented track and field and cross country teams 
that have performed at a provincial level. Our ski team, 
coming from an extremely small school in comparison with 
others who compete, has won provincial medals in the last 
few years. Practice may make perfect, but I say, heart and 
determination here at RSGC make a Georgian. All of you 
have shown heart and determination this year, and not only 
in sports, in every aspect of life here, every single day. My 
friends, you are true Georgians, never forget it. You are not 
just a graduate, to be lumped in with all other high school 
graduates, UCC Grads, Crescent Grads, Havergal Grads, 
you my friends are Georgians. We may be leaving the stu- 
dent community, but we are joining a wider community of 
Georgians. 

Mr. Hannaford brought the motto 'Known and Loved' 
to RSGC. What is known and loved? Let me draw on my 
own experience. It was the beginning of Gr 7 and I really 
didn't know anyone, yet I had managed to acquire the nick- 
name, to my dismay, of mullet. I decided to join a club first 
term, so 1 chose debating. On my first appearance after even- 



song I met the teacher who ran the club. The teacher was 
Mr. Morris Reid. I only participated in this club for the first 
term and I did not see much of Mr. Reid for the rest of gr 7 
or gr 8 and I sadly never had the opportunity to experience 
one of his courses. What really affected me was, on my first 
day in the senior school I was walking down the steps, leav- 
ing Ketchum Hall. Towards me walked Mr. Reid, I smiled 
and said "hello", he returned the smile and replied, "Hello 
Liam!" as if I was still in his debating club back at the be- 
ginning of gr 7. 1 was stunned. It's true what people say, the 
smallest thing can make the biggest difference. From all the 
amazing things teachers at this school have given to me and 
done for me, I believe Mr. Reid gave me the most. He taught 
me what it means to be 'Known and Loved'. 

We have come to the end of the road we call life here 
at RSGC. but the road doesn't end here. For some of us, we 
have reached a fork in the road while for others it is only a 
bend. At that fork or around that corner is your new begin- 
ning. You can never come back along this road, but who 
said roads cannot cross? 

Stay true, stay Georgian 

And to borrow from Mr. Hannaford, "Goodbye, good 
luck and God bless." 



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Wesley Brown 
Valedictorian 




Good evening ladies 
and gentleman. I hope 
everyone is enjoying 
themselves as much as 
they can on those benches. 
It gives me great honor 
to be able to represent 
my entire grade as this 
year's valedictorian, and 
it is difficult to, because 
even though we have such 
a tight knit group, there 
is a lot of diversity amongst us. I consider myself diverse, 
among a few other things, so I hope I can encompass a little 
bit from everyone in the grade. There are a lot of people 
in this room and outside of it as well, that deserve a ton of 
recognition, and every graduate of this class owes more than 
we could possibly know to some of these people. I would 
just like to thank everyone in attendance today, and send out 
my condolences to those poor souls who couldn't make it. 

Our high school career began with the trip up to 
Ahmek in grade nine. This was vital to learn key leadership 
and social skills. I commend the school on instating the 
Ahmek trip, and certainly hope they will continue it in the 
future. Camp Ahmek has actually played a huge role in 
shaping my future, as I am off next year to study Outdoor 
Recreation at Lakehead University. Camp is a great place to 
meet new friends and start lasting relationships, something 
each one of us has had to do since arriving at RSGC. I was 
a new boy in grade 7. and everyone here was a new boy at 
one point, many coming in grade 9. Everyone here knows 
what the feeling is like, at a new school, with a bunch of 
kids and teachers you don't know, and you feel clueless as 
how to do up this damn tie. What might have taken months 
of getting comfortable with each other was accomplished in 
a few days up in Algonquin Park. Our trip to Squamish in 
grade 1 1 solidified these ties even more. The life lessons we 
learned from these trips will be necessary for the rest of our 
lives. The trust, teamwork and leadership knowledge we all 
obtained was expressed at school and I know will be vital 
for many future instances. 



It is such a privilege to be standing here in front of 
you, and it is all thanks to my classmates. RSGC is so great 
because of its size, and the community that has been based 
around it. We all arrived here in different school years, all 
from different schools with different backgrounds. And 
next year we will all go off to different places to study a 
variety of subjects and programs. We are all individuals, 
but as Georgians, we are one in the same. Everyone in the 
grade contributes something, each a puzzle piece that all 
fit together into the web of the RSGC community. The 
outstanding faculty here has allowed us the freedom and 
comfort to be these individuals, by working with each one 
of us according to our own personal style. By keeping us in 
line, while being lenient and understanding, each and every 
one of our teachers has shaped us, in one way or another, 
into the men we are today. Royal St. George's boasts the 
most well rounded mix of extra-curricular, academics and 
athletics of any other boys schools in Toronto. Georgians 
are proud to go here, to sport the school crest on their tie or 
blazer, proud to build schools overseas and give recognition 
to our school, and we're the most proud to wear our name 
and number on the back of a school jersey. 

During our high school careers, I believe it is safe 
to say most of us, if not all, pondered and contemplated 
about our position at RSGC. Would I have been better off 
going somewhere else? A public school? A bigger school? 
A boarding school? Homeschool? Well I can state right 
now, with the full accordance of my fellow graduates, at 
this point, there is nowhere else we would have rather been 
schooled at. Sometimes the grass looks greener on the other 
side, but all those other schools are just artificial turf. The 
utmost gratitude has to go to our parents. Gratitude was a 
big theme in the last couple of years here, and I stand here, 
never more grateful as I am today for what I have been 
given, and in tum what I am able to give back because of 
it. Our parents sent us here without an aim, without a clue, 
and without style. And we have successfully obtained all of 
those, while keeping our virtues at heart. Whether you are 
Daytime Jeff Russell, and you're already leaving in only 
your third year at the school, or you're Elliott the Beast 
Boake and your finally leaving after a decade here, we have 



all been bettered and have all matured greatly in our time, 
long or short, at RSGC. 

The reason I stand before you right now is because of 
mistakes that I have made, what I've learned from them, and 
because of the forgiveness and belief my elders and peers 
have in me. The reason all 65 boys in the graduating class 
are as you see them today is because of mistakes they have 
made. As we've grown from boys to men - we've screwed 
up, some of us more than others - but because RSGC has 
allowed us to make and learn from these mistakes, we have 
become a stronger group; a group who is now prepared 
for the challenges that lie ahead. RSGC has given us the 
strength and courage to see beyond the facade and not to 
judge the man by his mistakes but by his integrity. Every 
mistake is an opportunity, and it is clear that all of us have 
seized many, if not all of these opportunities. I have learned 
the greatest quality any one person can have, is honesty. No 
matter what the situation or reason might be. honesty trumps 
everything else. You can never worsen anything by being 
honest, even if it may be brutal. Mark Twain, one of the 
greatest writers ever, once said, "I never lie, that way I don't 
have to remember what 1 said." Try it out, you just might 
find out it works for you. 

We all stand here no longer as the boys we were in the 
junior school, but as men who have realized our faults and 
corrected them, and strived to achieve more than anyone 
could expect. This is the end of the most significant phase in 
our lives to date, and just the beginning of the next chapter. 
To quote the late, great Bob Marley. "The good times of 
today, are the sad thoughts of tomorrow." Interpret it as you 
like, but I would ask everyone in this room to disprove this 
quotation, and look back on each day of your life with pride, 
no regrets. Once again many, many thanks to everyone 
who came tonight to witness the end, and who believed in 
us from the start. We are in debt to all of our parents and 
teachers, and we will move on separately, but will still 
always be Georgians at heart. Congratulations boys, we've 
earned it. 

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So wh) was St. George picked for our 
school's name? Here follows the lesson, or 
A Tale of T\\ o Sehools. One Church and 
One Headmaster. 

When the founders of our school decided 
to go ahead with their vision of creating a 
choir school for boys they were torn over 
the precise structure, location and name 
for their enterprise. Dr. Healey Willan 
advocated for the rather grand sounding 
'Christchurch College' and other, even 
more fantastic proposals were made. 
Christchurch was such a popular choice 
that stationary was even printed for the 
projected school. Below is an example of 
that letterhead, which became obsolete 
almost immediately, that lives in our 
Archives.... 









CHtlSTCHUtCH COLLEGE 




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So what happened between Aurora and 
Christchurch and Howland Avenue and 
St. George's? 

Another founder of our school, the 
Reverend Kenneth Scott, knew of a church 
in Toronto that had recently enlarged 
its parish facilities to include classroom 
space and suggested this site as an urban 
alternative to Aurora, which already had 
a large independent school for boys; St. 
George's on-the-Hill, Islington. Today the 
rector of that church is Fr. Myles Hunter, 
father of Will in grade 1 1 




Pictured above is St. George's as it stands 
today, having been founded in the 1840's. 
In a letter dated September 12, 1962- 

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two full years before the school admitted 
its first students- the former bishop of 
Toronto, the Right Reverend Frederick 
Wilkinson (pictured below with the former 
Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Ramsay, 
to the right) suggests 'the real possibility 
that St. Alban's Church could be the 
headquarters for St. George's College'. 
This letter also lives in our Archives. Thus, 
St. George's kept the name, but switched 
sites. 




But the narrative picks up again in 1990 
when Mr. Hal Hannaford founded 
Kingsway College School. The fledgling 
independent school begain its teaching 
mission using the facilities of St. George's 
Church. The intended facilities for our 
school gave birth to another excellent 
school and prepared the way for our future 
headmaster. One church, two schools, one 
(former) headmaster. 



One of the roles the Archives plays is 
making sense of the things we see around 
us everyday by putting them in context. 
Below is a picture of a flag everyone who 
has entered our Chapel since 1 908 has seen. 
Many may have no idea what it represents, 
or even who designed the flag, but, like all 
symbols, this flag has much to tell us about 
who we are and our past. 





... 





Bishop Sweatman. 



Who is this man, and what does he have to 
do with this flag? 




Above, pictured with his son, Vaux, is 
Shagotyhogwisaks, or Edward Marion 
Chadwick. Chadwick was a prominent 
Canadian lawyer, an historian of Canada's 
native peoples (he was formally adopted 
by the Mohawk Nation), an expert on 
heraldry, and a man of profound faith. It is 
as lawyer that Chadwick's path crosses St 
George's. In the 1880's Chadwick became 
involved with a development project in 
Toronto's West end. A parcel of land was 
being divided into a new development and 
the Anglican Church was interested in 
buying a large 

lot to undertake the building a major 
cathedral. Chadwick served as legal 
advisor to the developers and to Toronto's 



Friesens 




Above is pictured the house Chadwick 
built for himself across the street From our 
school, called 'Lanmar'. It was originally 
number 107 Howland Avenue. From here 
he could supervise the building of the new 
cathedral- St Alban's. When the Cathedral 
established a school for boys. Chadwick 
allowed boarders to stay in his home. 

Finally. Chadwick championed a set of 
distinct symbols for Canada. He was the 
first scholar in print to advocate for the 
maple leaf as Canada's symbol. 

In 1908 the Anglican Church of Canada 
asked Chadwick to design symbols suitable 
for public use. The flag in the first photo 
was Chadwick's design and continues in 
use today. It was one of the first flags of 
a national organization to feature a maple 
leaf. 

And it's all a part of our school's history! 
A careful hunt around the many memorials 
in the Chapel reveals his name and coat of 
arms several times. St Alban's was a place 
Chadwick loved deeply- he even wrote a 
book on it! 



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