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Editor & Designer James AndracKuk 
Assistant Editor Radey Barrack 
Content Coordinotor Michael Ceci 



Photographers 



Staff Moderators 



-^iontritutors 



Mr. Michael De Pellegrin 
Rev. Cecil Zinger, C.S.B. 

Michael Borraccia 
Adam De Luca 
Andrew Escobar 
Alfonso Nocilla 
Michael Francella 
Peter Frost 
Sean Jenkins 
Br>an Lee 
Scott McAiilcy 
Michael Murphy 



Mr. Dan Nicholson 
Mr. David Lee 
James .Andrachuk 
Tomislav Stefanac 
Giancarlo Irwin 
Michael Maksimowski 
Andre Solecki 
Andrew Escobar 



Publisher 
Student Photogrophs 



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St Michael's 

COLLEGE SCHOOL 

CJonduclcJ liy llu- I^Msilinii F;ii1kt> oI Turontt) 
rrcsiJcnt Daniel J. Z.)r:i, C;.S.B. 




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Arcnind Schciol 1 8 

The Double Blue Cohort 58 

Activuic.s 100 

Arts 1 08 

Athletics 126 

The Student Body 1 44 

Faculty & Staff 1 64 



I jipvnuhe C 2001 hy Si. Michael'* C'lillcKi; SchiKil. All ni;hi» rirscncd. 
No p.iii nOhu Kiitk may he rcprixliiccj in .iny ft^rm withiHii the 
cxprc»«J wniicn prnniuittn of St. MichiiclV. 

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Welcome to the 2002-2003 
edition ot The Tower. This 
past academic year has been tilled with 
great success for St. Michael's College 
School in and out of the classroom. Many 
of these times have been captured on film 
and reproduced in this book of memories. 

The double cohort year fj<'\'c" St. 
Michael's its largest graduating class in 
its 151-year history. Nearly all ol our 
students managed to secure positions 
at Canadian or American universities. 
Congratulations to the many recipients ot 
academic and athletic scholarships in the 
Class of 2003. 

1 am very pleased with the new look ot ihc 
2003 edition ot The Tower. It has a touch 



of class. I congratulate the yearbook 
staff on an outstanding publication, and 
I especially thank James .Andrachuk 
for the long hours he spent o\er the 
summer seeing this work to completion. 
1 am confident this yearbook will serve to 
rekindle ni.iny happy ani.1 proui.1 moments 
in the development of our students as they 
progress through St. Michael's and on to 
great achievements in this lite. 

On behalt ot the Basil ian Fathers and St. 
Michael's College School, congnitulations 
to our graduates and best wishes tor the 
tiiture. May each ot us walk proudly in 
the tutiire knowing th.it lite coniinues 
to be built on the linn toundaiion ot 
St. Michael's C^ollege School. 




Rev. Dr. Daniel J. Zor:i, C.S.B. 
President 



^^^ t. Michael's has had a wiLlly 
V— ^^ busy year! A niajcir anniversary 
celebration, a giant graduating class, 
dances, rallies, concerts, shows, and sports 
championships--all the ingredients for a 
convoluted and messy yearbook, right? 

Not exactly. In fact, these events have 
given us the opportunity to create a truly 
radiant pLihlicatum, one which when 
opened reminds each student ot his many 
experiences at St. Mike's. We hope that 
you feel the finished product is as beautiful 
as the yearbook staff had planned it to be. 
The cover has a brand new look and feel, 
the pages have a different texture, and 
the layout is crisp and fresh, serving to 
tie everything together in a cohesive, 
beautiful whole. 



It'^ miportant to note that while only a 
few dedicated indixiduals spent rime m 
the summer completing the book, many 
others helped us by sending in articles 
and photographs. We would like to 
thank our contributors tor their work, as 
it was in\',iluahle to the completion of The 
Tduvr. We would also like to thank the 
teachers who spent the time to respond 
to our retiuests for information, because 
without their help, we would have had 
very little content to print! 

To the graduating students, enjoy this book 
as a memento of your years at SMC. We 
hope it captures the essence of this school. 
When you look hack on it, perhaps it will 
remind you of your accomplishments in 
those turbulent and exciting teenage years. 



James Andrachuk 

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MR. CHARLIE LEWIS 

On Wednesday, April 9''', in the early hours ot the morning, Mr. Charlie 
Lewis peacefully passed after heinj; in a coma for ahout twelve days. 
Mr. Lewis is survived by his wife Suianne and his children Kathleen, Emily, and 
Brendan. 

Mr. Lewis had been ill since .^iisjust with a hlood disorder that had battled 
the medical cummiinuv. Doctors could not pinpoint the cause ot Mr. Lewis' 
disorder even after lengthy hospital stays and countless tests and examinations. 
The St. Michael's College School community — students, faculty, administrators, 
alumni, parents, staff and the Basilian Fathers — will truly miss him. 

Mr. Lewis was a faculty member at St, Michael's tor thirteen years, lie taught 
Misiorv, Latin, Geography and Law. He coached football, wrestling and lacrosse. 
Mr. Lewis w.is the Master of Ceremonies at the annual Spring concerts put on by 
the Music Department. 1 lis one-liners and wisecracks kept the audience amused 
as the hands and orchestras set up. As recently as last year Mr. Lewis took on 
the task of being the MC for the annual Athletic Banquet and did so with his 
usual humour and charm. 



"/ spoke to him frequently., .he could hardly wait to get out in the garden and how he felt 
it very therapeutic to plant and turn the soil in tiiuici()ation of the jjiimi/i to follow. . .he 
talked ahout /ime he felt things were headed in the right direciroii, and how he anticipated 
returning to school in September ready to take on the academic world. We did not teach 
the same disciplines, we never coached the same teams or moderated the same activities, 
but for some reason Charlie and I connected in friendship. I will miss ChjWie JearK. " 

— Mr. Cireg Paolini 



"/ find myself coping with a very complicated .set o//eelings that linb the pride and joy of 
having known Charlie with the /xiin th^it comes with the reality that he is gone. Fin- th().se 
of us that arc strong in faith, we have no doubt that this loss is only lemlxmiry. Charlie's 
memory will live forever in each of us. God has granted you a brief life. We will always 
feel cheated because you left us so .soon but we mitst Uam to be thankful that you came 
along at all. Note that you are gone, we are able to apjireciate all that you meant." 

— Mr. Frank Treiiiiidue 



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MR. JOHN B. GUERRIERE 






lie St. Michael's College Schdol community was deeply saddened hy the passing 
of long-time teacher, alumnus, and friend Mr. John B. Guerriere, on June 12'''. 

A well-respected conductor and musician, Mr. Guerriere graduated from St. 
Michael's in 1949 and returned to the school in 1953 as the Director of Music. He 
inspired dozens of his former pupils who went on to establish themselves as music 
teachers and as musicians in major orchestras throughout rhe world. He also had a 
passion for Egyptology and designed and taught .in ancient Egyptian history' c<iurse 
for St. Michael's. 

Following his retirement, Mr. Guerriere maintained close ties to the school, 
returning to tutor students in trumpet, conduct musicals, and catalogue the music 
library. Last Fall he was on hand to conduct and play for a concert celebrating 
our school's 150''' anniversary. Mr. Guerriere 's contribution over the years was 
remarkable and he will be missed by students, faculty, and alumni. 



"Mr. Gtierriere's great ^ft to students was his intense passion for music arul his 
professionalism, perfectionism, and great servie of humour. He ensured his pupils 
always preformed as if they were inofessionab. He might them how to play, how to 
feel, how to enjoy, how to care, how to iKrsevere, how to perfect, and how to perform. 
He taught them how to teach. He taught them how to live." 

- Mr. John \olpe. Head i>f Music, I9,S8-S9 



"He was ap/xroac/uibit', eticrflt'ti'c and well-resl>ectcd Irs both the sliiJi;iil.s iind his 
colleagues. He was a great musician, i^-r*' I'tTSiilile. When I IimjIc cit the {rrograms 
frim his /xut concern at St. Mike's, I am amazed at the quality of mtuwianship that he 
must have achieved with his sti<dt'nt.s. Me was a great help to me in my first years at St. 
Mike's and d\roug,hout the years he inspired me with his suppm. frtembhip. knowledge, 
talent , advice and humour. " 

- Mr. Paul I'i. Held .«! Music. I'tS'^priMiit 



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t- Mich.icl's t;ikcs pndo in irs rigorous academic programme. On October 3'-', 2002, the school 

Lnmmunity gathered to honour its high academic achievers tor the past year, hi addition to 

the usual hlonour Roll awards, this year saw the inception ot the new Basilian Book Awards, which 

are given to students who do not rank m the top live in their class hut who achieve final averages 

over 90%. 



BASILIAN SCHOLARSHIPS 



BASILIAN BOOK AWARDS 



Grade 7 

Michael Baldassarra (94.56%) 

James Higgins (93.11%) 

Andrew Corso (92.22%) 

Justin Troiani (91.89%) 

Brent Tobin (91.56%) 

Grade 8 

Johan Hwang (94.78%) 

Benjamin Contini (93.22%) 

John David Burnes (92.1 1%) 

Raphael Sammut (91.56%) 

Jacoh Surkont (90.78%) 

Grade 9 

Julian Ellis (94.75%) 
William Chan (93.63%) 
Michael Titlatti (93.50%) 

Michael Ng (91.25%) 

An Doumouras (90.88%) 

Giuseppe Cammisa (90.88%i) 

Grade iO 

Mark Storus (95.75%) 

Alessandro Bozzelli (93.81%) 

Wilfred Ip (92.69%) 

Peter Pinteric (91.56%) 

Taylor Moffat (91.13%) 

Grade 1 1 

Kevin Chan (94.88%) 
Geoffrey D'Cru: (92.75%) 

Kelvin Li (92.19%) 
Michael Ru,sso (92.13%) 
Nicholas Tsang (92.00%) 
Mark Skocylak (92.00%) 

Grade 12 

Philbert Ip (95.25%) 

Jonathan Vecchiarclli (94.29%) 

Tony Oliveira (94.29%) 

Mark Molckovsky (94.29%) 

Michael Dagenais (92.71%) 



Grade 7 

Jeffrey Lau (90.67%) 

Jonathan Tsang (90.56%) 

Franceso Cammisa (90.44%) 

Michael Dilena (90.11%) 

Alessandro Francella (90.11%) 

Joao Da Fonseca (90.00%) 

Grade 8 

Sean O'Loghlen (90.22%) 

David Torchetti (94.29%) 

.Adam Toth (90.11%) 

Tony Chan (90.00%) 

Michael Corho (90.00%) 

Grade 9 

Anson Leung (90.63%) 

Alexander Watt (90.38%) 

VinceRocco (90.13%) 

Grade 10 

Jonathan Micieli (90.75%) 

Michael Brishois (90.13%) 

Jonathan Ore (90.13%) 

Jason Kolarich (90.06%) 

Grade 1 1 
James Andrachuk (91.06%) 
Michael Francella (90.44%) 
Ryan Donnelly (90.25%) 
Alfonso NociUa (90.19%) 
Patrick Kavanagh (90.18%) 
Jeffrey Bookman (90.13%) 

Grade 12 

Vinay Femandes (92.57%) 

Bernard Chiu (92.50%) 

Giancarlo Soppelsa (91.43%) 

Michael Cienvin:ki (91.29%) 

David Carroll(91.00%) 

Bryan Lee (90.29%) 

Andrew Macdonald (90.14%) 



PREFECTURE 
Moderated by Fr. Fulton 




The Prefects consist ot senior students who exemplih* the t|Uiihties of St. 
Michaels men. Although the Prefects volunteer at a number ot schot)l 
functions anj activities, their primar>' role is to act as mtidel students to 
those oi younger grades and to estahhsh a level o{ discipline within the 
school hy setting the necessary' examples. 



Boitoin Ra»v: Phil Tun. \'incc Fi>rmus.i, Ben Hij^n, Andrew Hii;;ncr. l>.micl Piccinni, Fr. 
Fulton. Andrew McCutchan. P;iul Miiruini. Omar Sh.ihccn. Kcvm Hcnr\. Sci'it Quinn 

MiiiJtc Row: Kelvin Li. Alev>anJro Bt>;:clli. Kelvin Kwonu. Steven Lecce. Stepen Kuuskcnc. 
Alex [Vrtucci, Jell Bv>t»kni;in. Rolan Alexander 

Top Rtnv: Nick Tsang, Michael Maksimowski, Mathew Rubacha. Patrick Kavanaunh. Michael 
Bravo, Andrew Punkris. j.P. Sado. Jell Leuny 

Misstn}': John Capucitti. C^hris Citnillo. Michael l>ai;cnaiv. Mark Frcvnian. Andrew Gii>sii. 
Andew Uiac. Patrick J^ihn^im. Rob L4ini;t\ Andrew MacL\>nald. IX-rck Mior, Parrick Quinn. 
Michael StephenM>n. Mark Stt^nt-i, Michael Teixeini, l">;mie! \'uko\ ic. Michael WaUh. Chri< 
Zawad>ki 



LEADERSH 



Moderated by Mr. Bazzocchi, Mr. Bkiik. Mr. Fijicld. Mr. Lcc and Mr. Viola 



This year's members were Jerume Arthur, Corhin L«itt, Daniel McNamce, Raphael Sammut, 
Marc Soscia, Jacob Surkont, Michael Zelenc:uk, Michael Brewer, Colin ClariJge, Ste\en 
Dafjenais, Julian Ellis, David Kuhlman, Leroy Mascarenhas, John Moyer, Matthew San Juan, 
.Andrew Sartori, Chris Tmo, Robert Antolin, Andrew Bouffard, Frank Colino, Matthew Filip 
.•\shton France, Adam Grossi, Kellen Lidstone, Christopher Lus:c:ck, Adriano Memme, 
Brandon Mcne);u::i, Taylor Mot'tat, Daniel Montanaro, Christian Rosa, W.irren Saldanha, 
Ir.ink Seike, Michael Surkont, Blake Van Delft, Lucas Vetla, Patrick Kavana^h, Kelvni 
Kwiing, Nicholas Tsang, Christopher Citrullo, Michael Dapenais, Vinay 
lemandes, Thomas Giannetta, Nathan Goveas, Philbert Ip, Andrew 
Macdonald, Mark Molckovsky, Anthony Ottavino, Elliot Paul, Patrick 
isjuinn, Jason Shrouder-Ilenry, Michael Stevens, and .Amelio The. 




D A A C Drug &. Alct)hc)l Awareness Committee 
Moderated by Mrs . DeCourcy 

Members of the committee continued to demonstrate dedication to their 
goal of raising awareness of the dangers ot impaired driving. Once again, 
rhey participated in the "In the Dri\er's Seat" competition held hy the 
Toronto Public Health Department and ranked in the top ten in the cin-. 
The awareness activities included presentations to SMCS students by the 
Metropolitan Toronto Police, Emergency Medical Services and the Public 
Health Department and the sale o( "mocktails" at lunch in the caf Students 
also attended the P.A.R.T.Y. programme at Sunnybro<ik Hospital. In a new 
event this year, the committee hosted students from Holy Rosary School tor 
"Skate with the Burners" which the group hopes will beccime an annual event, 
helping younger students consider the dangers associated with the use of drugs 
and alcohol. 



In che Back: Warren Saldanha, Michael Bravo, Paul Miner, .Andrew Hajiner, Patrick 
Kavanaijh. Glen .Arthur, Mark Molckovsky, Jerome .Arthur 

In the Front: Brendan Fiheld, Daniel Grbac. Peter Grhac, Mrs. DeCouticy 



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Moderated by Mrs. DeCourcy 



We teel like kins:s! 



Gold (left). Silver (below that), and 
Bron:e (straight down) 




TTie Duke of Edinburgh is an international award that 
recognizes initiative, achievement and excellence in four 
areas: skill development, physical fitness, community 
service, and expeditions. Currently over one hundred 
students at St. Michael's are working on their Bronie, 
Silver or Gold Award. 

Michael Bravo and Mark Molckovsky achieved their 
Gold Award this year. Christopher Buccella, Andrew 
Bouffard, Mark Freyman, Taylor Moffat, Kurt Whittaker, 
Chris Luszc-ek and Michael Maksimowski achieved Silver 
Award this year. Andrew Bouffard, Christopher Buccella, 
Michael Brew-er, Mike Ferrarelli, Kellen Lidstone, Kenneth 
Man, Taylor Moffat, Warren Saldanha, Christopher Tino, 
Kurt Whittaker, and Blake Van Delft received their Bronze 
Awards. 



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B Y G Black Ymirh Gnnip 

Moderated by Mr. John 

The Black Youth Group promotes the positive contrihutions ot black youth 
in the St. Michncl's College School community' through volunteer initiatives 
and fundraising. This was a year oi collaboration for the BYG. In conjunction 
with the Debating Society, the BYG put on a scries ot well-attended debates em 
topics ranging from stereotyping and affirmative action to reparations. With 
the Critical Film Society, the BYG sponsored a showing of American History 
X, and collaborated with the Asian AssiKiation on starting and running a 
mentoring programme at Holy Rosary Catholic Schixil. Further, the group 
volunteered at a charity fashion show at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel. 



THE 



BLUE 



HERALD 



Moderated by Mr. Bissonnette 



I What distinguishes a good student newspaper from a stellar stuvleiit newspaper.' Is 
I it leadership, teamwork, or innovation.' And can mediocre writers e\er hope to 
enter the ranksof world-class journalism.' Michael Francella and Steve LV Medicis 
offered their skills as Editor-in-Chief and Junior Editor respectively. Nick Galasso 
Hid Tom Cattana were also considered two ot the most rigorous newspaper layoui 
■ managers in the country this past school year. The Bliie HeraW just didn't throw 
money at anyone calling themselves a photographer, for Giancarlo Irwin truly 
lived up to his craft. Articles varied from an interview with Father Rosica (director 
of World Youth Day Toronto), to Metro Bowl and Cross Country coverage, and 
why car insurance tends to be biased. 





PicitirvJi FViri Koinornw^ki, Thuin.ts IliiKv*:, Kevin Mclliii;h 



SHAPE UP! 

Moderated by Mr. Bergin 

Shape Up! is St. Michael's College Schinil's first titness and health maga:uie. 
Issues covered physical fitness, health ,ind nutrition, siKiety and sjnirt, as well 
as the latest on sports around St. Mike's. This fitness and health magazine is not 
only for the serious athletes of St. Mike's, but for all students. Tlie purp«>sc of 
S/w/h.' Up! IS to inform the reader on a healthy lifestyle, and encour.ige physical 
activity. The first issue was published in May 2003 and disinlMii.-.l u< tin- 
students in the tinide 1 2 and OAC Exercise Science cla.s.ses. 




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ST. LUCIA MISSION TRIP 



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he St. Lucia Mission Trip has been an 
annual St. Michael's project in which 
students journey to St. Lucia and work at a 
local Basilian mission. In the spirit ot ser\ice 
and Christian living, thirteen St. Michael's 
men journeyed to the beautiful, sunny 
tropical Caribbean isle this year. While this 
may seem like a dream vacation, the students 
were invoked in hard work that required 
much passion and dedication. Tlney built 
a house the size of a one-car jiarage, which 
was a great challenge as the weather was hot 
and adequate building supplies were lacking. 
In addition to the construction, the students 
were responsible for a sports and Bible 
camp. Simple presentations were made to 



a group of local grade six students teaching 
them morality' and lessons for everyday life. 
Afterwards, the students played soccer and 
football at a local held, emphasizing the key 
values of teamwork and cooperation. Most ' 
of all, these students provided excellent 
male role models for the young, enthusiastic 
and impressionable youths. The students 
who participated in the trip would like to 
express their gratitude to Mr. David Lee and 
Mr. Daniel Blaik for their hard work and 
commitment to this worthwhile endeavour. 
Without their support and willingness to 
organize this trip, it would not have been 
possible. 



Kevlvc Ch.\s • An.^M De Luca • D.v;iel Di Rixzo • Robert Greco • Kier.\n 
Harris • Philbert 1p • P.\tric»: Johnsos • P.^trick K.w.^n.^gh • Kelvin 
K*ONG • Robert Meneguzzi • Dasio. Piccininni • J.^son SHROurtR-HENRV • JetfWooii 




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Govern mei) 




PRESIDENT 
I'aul Mayer 



VICE-PRESIDENT 
Dean rcn.itioi 



Another year has come and gone, and once again tlie Student 
- Government put together a set ot exciting events tor tlie entire 
student population. The Government, coinprised ot elected students trom 
each grade, was hard at work well hetore the tirst day of classes in September 
planning events for the academic year. Tliis year saw the publication of 
•he new calendar, two Veal Days and dances which were all unprecedented 
successes. The Student Government was proud to bring the group In 
Essence in October and pop star Shawn Desinan in February' to pertomi 
before huge crowds. 

\ii integral aspect of our agenda was to help the community aroiini,! us, 
I. iking shape in the form of fundraising for special cau.ses through Dress- 
Down Day fundniismg and the Thanksgiving Food Dri\'e. l")uring Ad\ent, 
the Student Go%'emment held a gift drive to help the schixil prepare lor 
I Christmas, where each homertxim was assigned a specific tamily or group 
1.1 bring in gifts and raise money in each classrtxini. The climax of this 

ix;cial week was the second annual Christmas in the Counyard where 
many families gathered at the schcxil lor an evening of prayer, music and 
the lighting of the twenty-foot Christmas tree. None of this would have 
happened without the support of the St. Michael's Qiinmunity, anil the 
Student Government would like to thank everyone for their contributions. 



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O A C 

Tomame Oke 
Eric Sadowski 



GRADE 12 

James Andrachuk 

Alfonso Nocill.i 





GRADE 11 
Massimo He Simone 
Taylor Moft'at 



GRADE 10 

Michael Bellisarui 

Geoffrey Frost 





GRADE 9 
l\ir\ McTivish 
RoK'rt New 



GRADE 8 
Alex Fnincell.i 
Joe Maggisan. 



MODERATORS 



Ml I, .liii W lUh iSi Mrs. Anne lielli.vsimo 





In February, the Student Government 
treated SMC to a spectacular show 
headhned hv popstar Shawn Desman. 
The biggest dance in the school's 
history drew hundreds of St. Mike's 
students and tons of girls (literallv) from 
across the cit>'! 



The Student Government also put on 
a number ot fun-tiUed and exuberant 
Spirit Rallies throughout the year, with 
O.AC graduate Paul Mariani as the 
Master ot Ceremonies. 



M A R R 



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Michael Ck Xlist^- De Pellegrin 
August 3, 2002 



David iSt Leali Ann Lee 
Augusts, 2002 





David & Kelley Fitzpatrick 



Michael Quinn &. Suzanne Belanger 
June 28, 2003 



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The vearKxik staft would like to congratulate the families of Mrs. O'Grady, Mr. Fischer, Mr. John, 
Mr. Mancuso, and Mr. Pagano on the hirths ot their new children. 



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MR. PAUL M^CANN 
RETIRES 



* I ■■- P'i"l N'tcC.inru whose retiremenr diis 

' JL vear marked the end ot over \i decade 

ot dtdicacion Co St. Michael'*, began his lite- 
long love of literanire in this very building. Ffe 
cemmed co teach at the *J\ool in I99'2, and since 
then, as die Head of die English Depamnent, 
has beoime its "elders tatesmnn." Snidencs who 
Ijwe had die privilege to have been ciughr bv Mr. 
Ml-Cann know diat teaching English has not been 
a mere cireer tor hum but a vi^cacion. They speak 



about his piLssionate love for literature and his real 
m impamng the inlinite nchness and diversity' of 
the subject, knowing that ,is a result iif the sudv oi 
literature life is better understood and lived and 
shared with others. Students spe.ik about the wav 
Mr. McCann engaged them in the works studied 
so that thev can make them theur own. Thev 
enjoyed his tapier-like wit ,md humour, as well as 
his protessional air which have never cloaked his 
deep sensitivity and ci^rapassion. 



T50'''' AMNtVERSARY MASS 

SEPTEMBER 27'", 2002 

The Mass was celebmced by Bishop Ronald Fabbro, CS.B.. Bishop ot 
London, in St. Basil's Church at the University of St. Michael's College. 




MARGARET MACMILLA'R 



DR. MARGARET MACMILLAN 



PARIS 




SIX MONllls IIIAT CHANGED THE WORLD 




I n May, St. Michael's College School was honoured 
•^- to receive the renowned historian Margaret 
M.icMillan tor a hriet lecture on the Versailles Treaty. 
A Protessor of History at the University ot Toronto 
and Provost ot Trmitv College. MacMiUan spoke tor 
an hour to students ot the Modern Western History 
course about the extraordinary events preceding 
anil surrounduig the peace summit that toUowed 
the First World War. Her hook on the suhiect, the 
recently published Pans 1919, has been praised both 



tor its engaging narrative and caretul research. Paris 
1919 IS the winner of numerous prizes including the 
Samuel Johnson and the PEN Hessell Tilrm.ui, and 
remains at the toretront ot revisionist literature on 
Versailles. The school thanks Or. MacMiUan tor 
taking the time to visit and share her thoughts on 
the subject. Special thanks to .Andrew McCutchan 
tor arranging the \'isit, and to Mr. Barry, Ms. Boland 
and the library staff. 



ACID TRIP 



As part ot the senior biology curriculum, the Crade 
- 12 and OAC biology classes visited the Ontario 
Science C'entre tor a daydong workshop on DNA 
fingerprinting. While rheix. the student', took cell samples 
trom their mouths ,ind were shown how to use- the latest ON.A 
technK|ues. The purpose ot the lab was to show students how- 
forensic scientists are able to single out certain suspects using 
the differences found in DNA. 




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I In June 19''', 2003, the Grade 8 students of the Junior School made a great leap in 

^^— ''^ their academic careers upon graduating into Grade 9. It was an exciting and husy 
evening, with family and friends gathering in the gymnasium tor this special ixcasion. Both 
scholastic and sporting achievements were honoured, and James Higgins gave a memorable 
valedictor>' address to all who attended. 




School Year 



A PHOTO-ESSAY BY PR. ZINGER 




It is rare to find Fr. Zinger around school without a camera 
at the ready. E\'en tendinf^ the garden or at the end ot 
the day — when he's busier concentrating on dress-code 
intringements — he is ready to snap a shot of whatever piques 
his interest. Since the beginning ot the year, he has taken 
hundreds of photos of students, teachers, and staff doing 
their day-to-day activities, and has graciously compiled and 
designed for The Tower spreads chronicling school life from 
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Valedictnrv^ AH dress 

JEFF BOOKMAN 




I oday we celebrate an important moment in 
I our young lives. And, indeed, this is a time tor 
■^ celebration. But it is also a time to reflect on lessons 
learned, mistakes made, friendships gained and memories 
saved. For all of these things we can be thankful, for they 
have formed part of the larger project called lite. .And we 
have St. Michael's to thank. 

To celebrate this moment along with all of you, with the 
ghosts of the distinguished graduates of this institution, 
as the past, present, and future of St. Mike's converge, 
IS particularly special. It 
was from this very place 
that distinguished men, 
political leaders, doctors, 
businessmen, and athletes 
have stood and recei\'ed 
their St. Michael's diplomas. 
It was also from this vers- 
place that a wise man 
once said, "Go Shorty, it's 
your grad day. We're going 
to party, like it's your grad 
day, we're going to sip non-alcoholic punch beverages 
like it's your grad day..." Now, 1 think what Mr. Cent 
was trying to say here was that today, at this moment in 
time, our graduation day, is in fact a time for celebration, 
a celebration of all of us, of all of our accomplishments, 
and of all of our futures. Gentlemen, today is our time 
to party. 

It's hard to belie\e we've come this far When we armed, 
it was 1999. Michael Jordan had retired from the NB.A for 
the second time, the Dallas Stars were reigning Stanley 
Cup Champions, Bill Clinton was being impeached, Jean 
Chretien had been elected for the 17* time and then 
there was us - a bunch of bright-eyed, peach fuzzed niners, 
equal parts, frightened and precocious, eager to be part of 
the special experience offered here. Most of us knew oi 
the school's incredible tradition of academics, athletics, 
and spirituality spanning a century and a half, but few of 
us truly knew what to expect. 

My first experience at St. Michael's was not that fateful 
September day but rather back in Grade 6. The Catholic 
School Board had just gone on strike, so my older brother 
decided to take me to SMC for a day. 1 woke up earlier 
that morning than I had ever before, put on a strange 
compilation of itchy grey pants and a restricting blue 
striped tie, my brother's extra uniform. Despite the 
early hour, 1 was excited; I felt like one of the boys. We 
took the subway to St. Clair and Bathurst and as we 



walked through the Student Archway I was captivated. 
1 followed my brother through his entire day of classes. 
1 listened to an interesting lecture of Mr. Barrs''s Marxist 
interpretation of the French Revolution. Don't worr>', 
for those of you that don't know what this is, 1 still don't 
either. But at age 12, 1 just nodded my head in approval 
with all the other guys who looked just as dumbfounded 
as 1 did. Next was chemistry with Mr. Tessaro. Not 
pleased with the fact that 1 would just be sitting around 
in his classroom wasting space, Mr. T put me to work. 
With paper towels in hand, and about two hundred 
filthy test tubes in front of me, he instructed me to clean 
them. 1 scrubbed and dried the test tubes for most of his 
class lecture. At a break in the lesson, he walked over, 
inspected the test tubes and said, "Jeffrey, what are you 
doing? That's not how you clean a test tube. Take a seat." 
To this day 1 still do not know the correct way of cleaning 
a test tube. As you can see, we set high standards at St. 
Michael's and to be honest that's w'hat drew us. Meeting 
a higher standard not only of test tube cleaning, but also 
of intellectual and athletic excellence, spiritual grow'th 
and character development. 

We came to St. Mike's primarily to study and to learn. 
It became evident early on in our St. Mike's careers, 
that this was no ordinary- high school. Nowhere else 
would a student be able to receive the type of education 
offered here. St. Michael's College School prides itself 
in teaching its students Goodness, Discipline, and 
Knowledge. Not only is a St. Michael's student taught 
this philosophy; he lives it. St. Mike's prepares a student 
not just for university, but also for life. 

We were never alone during this important preparation. 
The Basilian Fathers, and lay teachers at St. Michael's 
are unparalleled men and women; they are some of the 
finest models of Christian adults that one could ask for. 
These men and women are truly the foundation upon 
which this 150 year-old school rests. From Mr. Fischer's 
peacekeeping approach to Mr. Lewis' kung fu lessons 
when peace was not foreseeable, from penitential garden 
duty with Fr. Zinger to Mr. Narducci's almost believable 
J.F.K. conspiracy theories, the teachers at St. Mike's 
became more guides than instructors. They are people 
we admire and trust. They challenged us at every point 
to be better than our best, and were always there to see us 
through. While our graduation is the culmination of our 
hard work as students, it's also a reflection of those that 
taught us and coached us. We sincerely thank the faculty 
for four years of their service, patience, wisdom and care. 
They've made us better students, but they've also made 
us better people. 





It was on the athletic field and performance stage that our 
bonds were tied. While the academics were important, a 
springboard to further studies and advancement, the tra- 
temity that grew among us was the most significant part 
of our experience at SMC, and could not be calculated in 
a report card. Whether it was the time we proceeded to 
write the names of our favourite Leaf players on the back 
of our blazers to show our support during the playoffs, 
or the time when close to 200 hundred SMC fans at a 
football game, attempting to be seen by the Citytv cam- 
eraman, consequently broke the rail in the stands and all 
came tumbling down. Thankfully, there were no serious 
injuries. Or the time the power went out at St. Mike's 
in Grade 9, boisterous chanting ensued and we were all 
sent home. Or the countless Majors playoff games in 
the Dog pound, or Hawaiian Shirt Day, when all of the 
grads wore their favourite Hawaiian gear to school and 
chanted around with Bubba Lou, or the day that will live 
an infamy, February l^'*' 2003, the day the confidential 
marks went in, and consequently the day we completely 
and utterly "shut 'er down." These memories will be with 
us forever. 

We would fail to practice some of the more important les- 
sons we learned at St. Mike's if we didn't thank the people 
who brought us here today: our parents. No one would 
ever be able to quantif>' the sacrifices that you ha\e made 
and the many frustrations you've endured with patience 
and understanding. Thank you for dragging us out of bed 
at 6:30 every morning and for picking us up at night all 
the way across the city; for footing the bill, and tor loving 
us no matter how badly we tanked that Calculus exam. 
Debts like these can never properly be repaid. 

The support of our faith meant all was not lost with 
the many mistakes we've made. Faith in Christ that we 
developed as Catholics will carry us through the rough 
patches for the rest of our lives. Through the commit- 
ment of the Basilian community, especially Fathers Zoni, 
Lehman, Zinger, Mohan, Enright, Fulton, Thompson, 
Cullen, Burns, C^ampbell and all others that have made a 
difference in the St. Michael's family, we have been able 
to experience the finest in Catholic education, some- 
thing for which we are forever appreciative. Wherever 
life may take us, at all times, we must remember th.it with 
Christ, all things are possible. 

.And now our time at St. Michael's has come to an end. 
We leave separately as wc came, a little wiser and a little 



taller and for some, like me, a little fatter, but with 175 
friends for life. We are poised at the threshold. In a 
matter of months, we will be entering a world beyond 
the yellow bricks, beyond the chalk marked bla:ers, and 
beyond the acceptability of wearing white socks with 
black dress shoes. 

Graduation is a time not only to reminisce but also to 
evaluate where and how we have spent our passions and 
how we will choose to spend our passions for years to 
come. Too often in this world, we evaluate things based 
on the wrong criteria - in dollar signs, in all things tem- 
poral. We should not ask : How much money will a St. 
Mike's education mean for me in the long run.' What 
university program will land me a job on Bay Street? 
Will 1 achieve lofty social status? Instead, we should 
make evaluation of our time here not based on the short- 
lived or the material but rather on the things we learned 
here for their own sake, for truly this is what a graduation 
is about. It is taking stock of the incredible fortune we 
have received not in future dollars but in the intangibles, 
the indescribable, the things not bound by time. It St. 
Michael's is to mean anything at all to us, if she is to 
leave a legacy in our hearts, it will be the ability to see 
beyond the mundane and seek an experience far greater 
than any riches could offer. In the future, to remain true 
to St. Michael's and her teachings, we must spend our 
passions wisely, on things that will not fail us. To do so is 
to ser\'e humanity with the gifts we've been given rather 
than serve our own interests. For in Christ's name, that 
is the only true path to happiness. 

Just as the class itself defines us collectively, we are each 
an indi.spen.sable member of this class and valuable to 
each other. We are a cast of talented characters, each of 
whom brings something special to the group. Whether 
m the classriKim, on the football field, in the arena, on 
the court, in the libnir>- or anywhere else, tor me, and 
for many people here, the greatest part ot the SMC 
experience was the opportunity to meet each other. I can 
honestly say that it's my greatest privilege to call myself 
your classmate. And so I thank you. .And as we siy 
giH>dbye, we must acknowledge that we owe each other 
now and in the future for the ways we have enriched each 
other's lives. 1 love you guys. 

God Bless you all and God Bless St. Michael's. 

24 June 2003 






DANIEL ALBONESE 




ROLAN ALEXANDER 
First and foremost, 1 thank God tor 
allowing me the opportunity- to be 
educated at SMC. Tlianks to my 
family for all of the love and support. 
Special thanks to those teachers who 
helped without knowing. 




ANDREW ALKINS 
It's finally over, hut I don't want it to 
he. I would like to thank my parents 
for the privilege of attending St. 
Mike's and for their support. "For 
all the friends we made and the good 
friends we lost along the way. In this 
bright future you can't forget your 
past." 




DANIEL ALLEGRANZA 
Well, my four years at St. Michael': 
are now over. Thanks to my parent; 
for giving me the opportunity tc 
attend St. Michael's. Thank you tc 
all the guys and teachers who madf 
it memorable. 




CHARLES AMODEO 




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MICHAEL ASTONE 




JAMES ANDRACHUK 
It's difficult to K'lie\e that my few 
brief years at this school have had 
such a profound impact on the way 1 
see the world. 1 would like to thank 
the outstanding faculty and staff 
for instilling in me trust in God, for 
inspiring me to go beyond the slants 
quo, and for teaching me to cherish the 
gift of life. 




DAVID BADOUR 
I'd like to give a shout out to all 
my boys, we finally made' it. Euchre 
at Da's, Cancun '03 great week. 
Martha, Mom, Dad your motivation 
got me through high school, lo\e 
you all. "Tlie universe is change; our 
life is what our thoughts make it." 
— Aurelius 




CHRISTOPHER ANDREOLI 
Being a St. Michaels man tor the 
last 4 years has been the greatest pan 
of my lite and will be tor the rest of 
time. I ha\e met friends and learned. 
Cheers, and when that was over 
learned to study. TTianx everyone 
and remember the good and forget 
the bad. 




MAHHEW BALDASSARRA 
St. Michael's has proxided an 
atmosphere that has gi\en me a new 
sense oi identit\- and mtegrity. Special 
thanks to all those who helped me 
along this tnily memorable journey, 
my incredible parents, my family, my 
teachers, my friends, and GckI. 




MAnHEWANTOLIN 
My four year> at St. Mike's have beei 
filled with go<id times and memorabl( 
events such as the blackout of '00 
the railing collapse of '02, and thi 
metrobowl championship of '03. l\ 
like to thank all of the people tha 
made it memorable. "Double Blue 'ti 
we're through." Peace Out. 




GREGORY BENEDEnO 





ALESSANDRO BERTUCCI 



STEPHAN BILYK 
1 can't helifvc highschool is over, 
what a SHOCKER. Tlie last tour 
years have been a blast, the sports, 
the parties, and of course, the friends 
made along the way. Thanks for 
e\ crsthing to those who deserve it 




MICHAEL BRACA 




DAVID BADOUR 
niciuiios, you just have to walk 
u I^. is's, you know who ya 

lil over; none of u.s can siiy 
Oiviii I have some sweet times, 
are^. da's, boynts' (arm, parties, 
)D. h.irris' siriMkini;, luetrobowl, 
:CV ind more. Th.mks SMC lor 
1 1 est 4 years ill ever have. 




MICHAEL BUBA 




RICHARD CAMPBELL 




JEFFREY BOOKMAN 
After tour years ot e.\ams and essays, 
1 presumed my most significant and 
arduous piece ot writing ought to 
be my grad quote. To my parents 
and siblings, and to my inspiring 
teachers, thank you tor allowing 
me to live a dream. To the Ikiys, it's 
l^een real. 




THOMAS BURLINGTON 
It's been a grc.it 5 vc.ir-- .it SMC 
and 1 can not believe it is finally 
over. Thanks to all my boys, you 
know who you are. I would also 
like to thank my parents for their 
support and to the many teachers 
for the individual knowledge and 
experiences. 




FRANK CAPUANO 
it has been .i grc.il 4 yc.irs, an 
experience that 1 will never forget. 
Tlianks to my parents for their 
linaiicial support and their acidemic 
advisories as well. To the le.ichers 
who m.ide this year unk|iie, Fr. 
Thompson, Mr. Pietrkiewic:, Mr. 
Lewis, and the friends that I have 
m.ide here will never be broken 




MICHAEL BOYNTON 
Thanks alot boys tor the great times; 
grade 9/10 jungle jams, kblues 
championships, winning euchre at 
Da's ever\' lunch, the triple lunch 
mish's, and the endless fann stories. 
Much love to the fam, the knights, 
and dobs. 




ERIC BURTON 
Thanks to my parents lor laying down 
the cash tor this ultimate experience. 
Here's to your liouse Rift, VK'hen you 
were ali\'e! Bmack, Gixise, Badour, 
Popow, Freitas, and all the other Kiys 
that went Brass and never went back! 
Cheers boys and its been great!! 




DAVID CAIANEO 
All ln^ ih.inks goes to my lamily, 
es|x-cially my parents, to the Ixiys 
who have made these 5 years 
memor.ible and to the teachers & 
priests who've reached tuit. It's K-en 
.1 long rollercoaster ride as we now 
jump Irom one rule to the other 
with our heads high 




FRANCK CERULLO 
^cars trmii rrnw when 1 loi>k hack 
at this adventure, 1 will recall the 
peiiple who have shaped my lite and 
made such a difference. My sincere 
thanks go out to Nards, Vella, Mr. P, 
and the incomparahle Mr. Charlie 
Lewis. TTie love and support ot my 
family and God. 




MARK CHIOVini 
It a holt of lighting hit a friend 
ot his the old man would take 
It personal. He took my going 
into the Marines personal. That's 
what makes him great. He takes 
e\'erything personal. He knows 
every feather that falls 
from the tail of a sparrow. 




JOSEPH COOPER 
The past 4 yrs. ol niv lite have 
heen the best. But the last 2 have 
been the definition of Gongshow. 
I've met some of the greatest guys 
that TO. has to offer. Thanx to 
my parents, my friends and some 
special staff members who made my 
4 years fun. 




MICHAEL CHACHUIA 




ROBERTO CIMINI 




MARCO COSURELLA 
It seems like juvi vorerday I started 
high school. St. Mike's isn't about a 
textbook or an exam. It's about you, 
and what you make of yourself. And 
1 couldn't have done it without the 
support ot my tamily and with the 
grace of God. Four years of my life; 
the memories will last an eternity. 




EDDIE CMAN 
WOW, my four years at St. Mike's 
was a blast! Only last week does it 
seem like 1 was doing the niner run 
down the x'alley. Howe\-er, it's been 
a blast every year! Thanks go out to 
my parents, brother, teachers; 
and friends. 




COREY CIPOLLA 
After taking my last steps through 
the halls ot SMC, 1 had come to the 
realization that the past four years 
will be missed but not forgotten. I 
would like to thank my family for 
their constant support as well as the 
people that have helped me through 
the ups and downs ot highschool. 




JUSTIN CRESSAni 



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KEVIN CHAN 
Forever and forever farewell 
friends of St. Michael's College 
School. If we do not, this parting 
was well made. The past tour 
years will be cherished tor a long, 
long time. Good luck in all your 
endeavours. A.M.D.G 




DENIS CLARK 
These last four years ha\-e been great 
and I will ne\'er lose the imprint thai 
SMC has made on me. Thanks 
to N'lr. Nicholson, Fr. Jeff, and Fr. 
Fulton, and to the guys, for making 
me feel proud and honoured to 
attend SMC". 




MICHAEL CROLLA 



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DANIEL DA SUVA 




ADAM DE LUCA 
: (M^i lour \c.ir> at SMC are 
icmbcreJ by everything outside 
classroom: drama, music, choir, 
-mmute essays, late nights, 
rbtv)k, first girlfriends, old and 
.• friends. Thanks to my friends 
m.ikmg these few simple years so 
iiirtul and mcmnrahli- 





NICHOUS D'AMICO 




JULIAN DE SANTI 





GEOFFREY DCRUZ 
Living is ea>v with eyes closed 
Misunderstanding all you see It's 
getting hard to be someone but it all 
works out It doesn't matter much to 
me Let me take you down, 'cause I'm 
going to Strawberry Fields Nothing 
is real and nothing to get hung 
about Strawberry Fields forever 




GIAHPAOLO DIBLASI 





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DANIEL 01 FONZO 
Thanks to tamdy. teachers, Basilian 
fathers, and friends for the support 
and the opportunities. These years 
have made me a true St. Mike's 
man, and I'll never lorget it. 
Cheers. We're out. 




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AARON DILEO 
Five years is a long stretch and, 
iliiuiyh 1 enjoyed many a good time, 
I'm glad It is over. I'd like to thank 
the faculty for a job well done, my 
parents for their continual support, 
.Mid my friends, without whom I 
would never have been able to enjoy 
this experience as much as 1 did. 




THOMAS DOBOSZ 
I didn't think it would all end so 
soon, and yet I already have five 
years of great memories from within 
these yellow brick halls. Great 
friends, teachers, and the Montreal 
trip. Although we must say farewell, 
the memories and pride of being a 
St. Michael's man will remain. 





AIDAN DINEEN 




UWRENCE DONEGAN 





ANGUS DINELEY 




RYAN DONNELLY 
Well, it's been a great tew years, 
and 1 can honestly say that they 
got better as time went on. I hope I 
will be able to say this after another 
four. Now I've spent far too much 
time thinking about this grad quote, 
so I'm going to prepare for my SC 
domination mer Mingku. 




JONATHAN DIXON 




MAnHEW DOWNS 




GIANCARLO DRENNAN 



ANDREW ESCOBAR 



PAUL EERRARO 



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ROBERT FORTNUM 




DAMIEN fROSI 




MICHAEL FRANCELU 
Wc pliiyeil in, my [Mri-. uirhm the 
yellow bricks of SMC, but we 
have reached the exit. I thank 
the Basihan Fathers, my teachers, 
my blue bluoJ brtuhers, and close 
friends. These four years wouldn't 
have transpired it not tor my 
parents' love and support 




ADAM GARHSON 




ANDREW FREIIAS 




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DAN GRANl 
Boys, thanks (or all the memories, 
frt)m locker boxinj; to mullet 
watchiiif; to the bixik ot classics, 
it was a ride that I'll ne\er 
forget. Bleed double blue and 
keep on riKkin in the free world. 




ROBERI GRECO 




ADAH GROSSI 




KIERAN HARRIS 
Never lei I he lulure disturb you. 
You will meet i(, it you h.ivc to, 
with the same weaptins of rca.son 
which today arm you against the 
present. St. Mike's has prepared all 
ol us tor the ro.id ahead, we neeil 
only pill into practice ihe values 
they have instilled in us. 




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MARK JOHNSON 





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PATRICK KAVANAGH 
Although it seems hke my hve years 
at St. Mike's have passed by in the 
hhiik of an eye, the memories will 
last a lifetime. 1 must give special 
thanks to the Basilian Fathers and 
the outstanding teaching staff for 
making my time within the yellow 
bricks an unforgettable journey, 
providing me with n solid base tor 
the future. 




BRIAN IHNACAK 




SEAN JONES 
Well, it's been five years but the 
time has flown by in a whirlwind of 
assignments, tests, late nights and 
most importantly, spares. Thanks 
to my friends 4 all the laughs, 
jokes and fun times. You made 
my years here truly enjoyable and 
memorable. 




SEAN KAVANAUGM 
The four years I've spent at St. 
Mike's have been the best years 
of my life. I'm confident that I've 
been instilled with the goodness, 
discipline, and knowledge to 
uuide me throughout a bright 
luiure. Thanks to my parents, my 
peers. 




GIANCARIO IRWIN 
Four years seems not enough, 1 
feel like I have just entered the 
yellow bricks of St. Mikes. Things 
1 will never forget: Niner Run, 
PowerFailure 00', Kerry Blues 
Championship 00' and 01', 
MetroBowl, and D'amico after 
party. 




MAHHEW KANDIUK 
Well my 5-yc,n ,rI\ enture is tivei 
and 4tunately I survived. Many 
people to thank, but so little space! 
Thanx to all the teachers who 
taught me - you now who yoti are. 
Special thanx to McCann and RoS! 
Can't forget about Tessaro and 
Clark: thanx for all the laughs guys 




JONATHAN KEATING 



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ANDREW KIM 
I miss ;ill niv tricnJs, all my 
achcrs, and all the people tinat 1 
vcr t;ot to know. But most of all, 
I miss beinj; a part ot the greatest 
aup ot guys that evet walked the 
ills ot St. Mike's. Good luck, guys, 
eed double blue torever. 




STEVE KIM 




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MICHAEL KOSTOWSKYJ 
St. Mike's has lauf^lu uic the rules, 
the disciplines, and the knowledge 
needed to be successful in the years 
to ci>me. It has given me many 
memories: playing in the Senior Jas- 
Band, the Spring Musicals, and the 
Rock Nights with MDF 




STEFAN KUUSKNE 
ie Musketeer^, rcte, Brownman 
II my buddies Metro Bowl 
lamps and Ofsaa Track scouting- 
Card), Farm in ASl, "ma...i don't 
mna go to school!", 32 Joke Days, 
le Pump Staff, Period 6ers, Sarah- 
ivays love you, To my family- So 

lull li'\ 1 




NELSON LEUNG 




KELVIN KVtfONG 




MICHAEL LEVINE 
"... everyday... I must exert myself 
in order to give in the same measure 
as 1 have received." A. Einstein 
SMCJ WU2 the place lo be Irom 'W 
to 2003, Thanx 2 my parents tor 
all their support. Shout out to the 
markhamcrew, RP.PPPK RF. 




JEFEREY KYRZAKOS 
It's been live ye.ir^ I wouLlii't have 
spent anywhere else, too bad it's 
over. A special thanks to my 
parents. I leave a St. Michael's iii.iii. 
Thanks to the Bu;zers, all teamates 
and staff, Its been a Gonger. 
Good luck ti> all "Lets Go Double 
Blue " 




KELVIN LI 




MICHAEL LECOCHE 




SYLVIO LOMBARD! 




MARK LOZZI 
Chief, Take a seat! From Bert's tat, 
to jean yves, there is no way 4 i;reat 
years can be summed up. 1 would try 
to make this tunny, but everyone 
knows it just wouldn't be. So 1 just 
wanna say thanks to everyone tor 
all the memories and lets keep it 
real ... 




MICHAEL MAKSIMOWSKI 
St. Mike's has been .in\ thm*; but 
ordinary. From niner orientation 
to graduation, high school 
has accelerated faster than anyone 
could conceive, h is not just about 
the memories, it is about who we ha\'e 
become. Congrats to the grads, and 

"four" tc) all who uoulJ appreciate. 




ALEXANDER MARQUES 




ROBERT MACDONALD 
To all ot you who have experienced 
these last four years, remember the 
good and try not to remember the 
bad! 




MAnHEW MAMALYGA 
5 years at ^^1C h,i\c >^one by so 
quickly and I've loved every minute 
of it. Thanks to my tamily, my 
teachers, and my friends for all 
the good times we've had. I will 
always remember all the fun I had. 
the friends I made and the stuft I 
learned 




DANIEL MAHHEW 
There are certain events and times 
in a persons life that will never he 
forgotten. Memories of occasions 
good and bad will remain with us to 
the end. 1 have countless amounts 
of remembered moments from 
my four years at St. Mike's that 
changed my attitudes, perspectives, 
and goals of lite. 




BRYAN MACKINNON 
First and toremost id like to thank 
my parents tor the ample truckloads 
ot cash. Lookout! Cottage trips, Bilf 's 
house and scandals, camping, Bubba's 
Crew, random Yiannis comments. 
Thanks tor the great times boys! 




MICHAEL MAN 
Thanks to God, my tamily, friends 
and teachers tor all their love, 
assistance and support. 1 thank my 
friends tor all the laughs, guid.ince, 
and experiences that have shaped 
my lite. - so ends one chapter ot my 
life and the beginning ot another. 




URLMAZUREK 
1 am a pertectionist in the sense 
that I think that e\ ervthing I do is 
perfect. 




LUICI MAIOLINO 




ALESSANDROMANDUCABARONE 




SEAN MCaRTHY 
"Good friends we have had, oh 
good friends we've lost along the 
w-ay. In this bright future you can't 
forget your past si> dry your tears 
1 say" - Bob Marley. Thanks to 
my parents, teachers, friends and 
2nd period spare. Thanks for the 
memories boys! Go Double Blue! 




ANDREW MCCUTCHAN 
ir yriMic.st ylory conMsts not in 
er falling but in raising every 
s \vc tall." William Goldsmith. 
irch on. Do not tarry. To 
orward is to move toward 
ection." - Kahil Gibran. 




KEVIN MCHUGH 




R0BER1 MENEGU22I 
"You have br,un> m your head. You 
have feet in your shoes. You can 
steer yourself in any direction you 
choose. You're on your own. And 
you know what you know. And you 
are the guy Who'll decide where 
you go." - Dr Seusss 



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DAVID MITCHELL 




VLADIMIR MOISSEYKIN 




IAN MORI 
If 1 ain't rich by twenty-six, I'll be 
dead or in jail 




ROMAN MYNDIUK 




ADRIAN NAHIRNV 
I never though this day would 
come, but here I am writing my 
grad quote. I leave St. Michaels 
with many memories and lasting 
friendships. I'd like to thank my 
family tor their constant love and 
support and my friends. 




KEVIN NANNI 
I Konna miss high.school, so many 
mories. Ziploc lunch in gr.9, 
)k ot classics (love the revolving 
;n), Harvey's, 7-1 I (Schade and 
ttel...), homeroom chem w/ Ribs, 
ich specials at Da's, I could go on 
ever. 





GABENAUMOVICH 



SEAN NKHOLIS 




AlEONSO NOCILLA 
When I came to St. Mich.iel's live 
years ago I never imagined how 
prof<Hindly I would be changed by 
my experiences here. Tli.ink you to 
my family and friends tor your love 
and supiMrt, .ind to the entire St. 
Michael's commtinily. See you in the 
yearKnik oltice. 




JONATHAN NUNES 
l,ife moves pretty fast. If you don't 
stop and look around once in a 
while, you could miss it" - Ferris 
Rucllcr. So much has happened in 
and out ot this building over the 
past five years that 1 teel as it 1 need 
a second glance. 





DAVID PAGNUni 



ANDREW PAL 




CHARLES PAL 




PAUL PARSONS 
First and foreuiost 1 would like to 
thank my parents for all of their 
support, and also for footmg the 
hill. This experience would not 
have been possible without them. 
Thanks to all of the great teachers 
I've had over the years, and to all 
niv friends. 




PETER POLISCHUK 
I can honestly say that the last five 
years at SMC have been the best 
years ot my life so far. 1 would like 
to thank my mom and dad, my 
brother Andrew, and my beautiful 
girlfriend Tanya for their continued 
love and support. 





MAXYM PEIRYSHYN 




PAULPOLONI 



KARL PHILIPS 





DANIEL PKCNINNI 
The challenge is to sum up my 
feehngs about 5 years in the yellow 
bricks in 50 words: Can it be done 
NOPE so here's what 1 came up 
with. Thanks mom, dad, coaches, 
teachers, teammates, and friends. 




ROBERT POOLE 



MAHHEW POPOW 



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JUSTIN PUPPI 
5 yean gone.Si 1 still rcniLinKr my 1st day of gr.8. 
I've learned a lot and taken in what SMC had to 
offer. I will never forget playing hockey in front 
of the entire schoiil at the Goet: tounrey. Thanx 
to my parents for their ne\erending love and 
support. My Teachers and coaches, and finally My 
friends; Albo. Vito. Lccochc. Baldy.GI.P!. Lamb 
o.Runr,Gnnza.TB.MC(«lfan).RC'.MC.MR.gr.ll 
guys u kno« who you arc Boss «c r DONE! 



MICHAEL QUIHIAHA JAMES 





TREVOK REGAN 
I finally over. ti\ c years at St. 
ke's has flown by. Thanks for the 
rat inemories, they've been great. 
Hockey was a blast, keep up the 
dition. GiK>J luck in the future. 






ADAM REITEROWSKI 
For four yeiir> St. Miko was the 
light on my way, and now as the 
light fades I look back on the best 
years of tny life and realize that it's 
time to move on. I'll never forget 
this place, it made me into the St. 
Michael's man I am today. 




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PATRICK ROKOWSKI 



MICHAEL ROMEO 




JOHN REITEROWSKI 
Well its been .i ^horl 4 years, but 
with this education 1 can finally 
be the change I want to see in the 
world. Men of St. Mike's never 
forget where they came from and 
neither will I. 



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KEVIN ROSS 




)mm REBELLO 




MARK REYNOLDS 




DANIEL ROSSEni 
After four years, I h.ive realiied lh.it 
I'm not funny, so I won't even 
start trying now. Th.inks to my 
parents for sacrificing more than 1 
can imagine so that I could live ,i 
dream. Thanks also to my le.ichers 
for their support .ilong the way. 




JOHN ROYIWSKI 
Thank you to my parents, who 
Have me the opportunity to attend 
St. Mike's, second I would hke to 
thank all the football coaches, and 
to all the teachers that helped me 
- special thanks to Mr. Romano, 
Mr. Zownir and especially Mr. Ro.ss. 




DANIEL RUSCIGNO 
First, 1 have to thank luy parents for 
giving me the opportunity of 
attending St. Mike's. Thanks to 
all my teachers and friends for the 
good times and great memories: 
JP-Einstein, Two Brew McHugh, 
'Wood-l'm dehydrated. Cheers! 




CHRAIG SCHADE 
It vour time to you 
Is worth saving' 

Then you better start swuiimui' 
Or you'll sink like a stone 
For the times they are a-changin'." 
-Bob Dvlan 




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MAHHEWRUBACHA 
Ladies and Gentlemen, we need 
some bacon and eggs o\'er here 
cause this man is TOASTl You 
know what they say, a little hard 
work never hurt anybody, but why 
take that chance' It's simple, if 
you don't want to take that chance, 
then don't go to SMC!" 




MICHAEL RUSSO 
1 am grateful tor the unfaltering 
support of my parents, and am most 
definitely appreciative of the hard 
work and dedication of my teachers 
throughout the years. Last, but not 
least, 1 am indebted to mv friends. 




JOSEPH SCHIRRIPA 




CHRISTOPHER RUBINO 
Four years ago, I stepped into high 
school, pondering what new world 
would come of it. As I step out 
of this school for the last time, 1 
realize I found a family, a home, a 
life long memory and a name that 
will last an eternitv 




RICHARD RZESZUTEK 




PAUL SHAUGHENESSY 
Weil it's been fi\e long years, 
battling the commuter traffic from 
the boonies, but now 1 can say 1 
am a St. Michael's graduate. Thank 
You to the special people who 
helped me along the way. Firstly 
my parents for granting me the 
opportunity to attend St. Mike's. 



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ANTONIO RUFEOLO 




JOHN PAUL SADO 
It's been great! 1 can't helievc hve years 
have gone by. Thanks for the memories, 
good times, friendships, hard work... and 
many laughs in between. From grade 8 to 
joke days to hawaiian shirt Jay... who woui 
have thought? "Day by day, nothing seems 
to change, hut pretty soon, evers'thing is 
different." I'm leaving SMC with onlv the 
best oi thoughts and hope we keep in touc. 




JOSEPH SIMON 



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TAYLOR SIMPSON 
II boys. It's hn.illy over. To all 

Bu::ers and SMC gongers you 
's are awesome and I love you 

A special thanks to my parents 
1 family for all the sacrifices they 
:e made. Good luck to all grads 
:heir new endevours. 




MARK SKOaUK 
We came, we saw, and wc 
conquered." My four years at SMC 
have been truly spectacular. 1 must 
thank God and my parents tor 
giving me the inspiration and the 
motivation to accomplish my goals. 




MICHAEL SKUBIC 




SIEVES SMOLSKV 




ANDRE SOLECKI 
)wl! What a jfurncy this has 
;n. I would like to thank my 
cnts tor their support and my 
^nds tor giving me this amazing 
lerience. It's hard to believe that 
rs have already come and gone, 
anks boys. May the four be with 




YIANNISSOUMALLAS 
Thanks smc tor tiic yrcat memories 
over the past three years, to my 
friends, walk through the jungle 

and lookout for yourselves will 

never forget the metro bowl 
bash, the porchside party at the 
leadership retreat. 




MICHAEL SPERDUTI 
We've made trn.-nJ^iiips and 
memories that'll last a litctime. 
Thanks to my teachers, parents, 
girllriend, and my boys; we made it! 
We all grew up together and when 1 
look back I'U always remember the 
good times we had. Cheers! 




KEVIN SPRAGGS 
Four years ot St. .Mike's. ..time sure 
passes quickly when you're having 
fun! Thanks go out to my parents, 
the taculty, my tellow students, and 
the 'Go Train Oew'. You've all 
helped makt^ my St. Mike's career 
such a memorable experience. 




MICHAEL SUCCI 
ccllence is not a skill. It's an 
itude. 5 successful years have 
»sed and they wouldn't have been 
ssihle without the support of my 
rents. Aunt Eva, and my nanny. 
lOutouts to my friends. 




RYAN SULLIVAN 
I have never been prouder llian 
being a third generation graduate 
from St. Mike's. ..To my parents and 
sisters thanks for all the love and 
suppi>rt...To the Ru::ers, thank you 
tor making my hockey goals a 
reality. 




ANDREW SYDOR 
I'm not gooil .11 long goodbyes... 
nor .im I good at short ones either. 
Thank you everyone for a great four 
years. GiKidbyc, t.irewell, and .imen! 




MICHAEL lAM 




JOHN TAYLOR 




DEREK TEMPLETON 
Many thanks to mom and dad 
for the love and support. Adam 
& Sony a walk the paved path. 
Boys, thanks for the memories. 
Experience is not what happens to 
a man; it is what a man does with 
what happened to him. 




PAULTERSHAKOWEC 
If 1 learned anything from St. Mike's, 
it's that there's only one way to 
succeed in anything, and that is to 
give it everything; and don't give up, 
because once you learn to quit, it 
becomes a hahit 



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JASON TOMIK 




RAPHAEL TONG 




CHRISTOPHER TRUAX 
Just want to give a shoutouc to my 
mom and my hro, Jeffrey, for all 
their support during these past four 
years at SMC. Peace out!!!! 




NICHOUSTSANG 
Between interference patterns in 
badminton mornings and nirvana 
songs for exams, SMC's showed me 
an incredible FOUR years. Best 
of luck to y'all wherever you go, 
whatever you do, even if it in\olves 
racing Chew Ventures. FOUR! 




RICHARD TYRELL 
It's been a great 4 years; I've shared 
the classroom with great students 
and great teachers It's hard to say 
goodbye, but 1 can't say I'm not 
happy I'm leaving. 







DOMENIC VALELA 



JOSE PHILIP VARINO 



MICHAEL VENNARt 



GEDDY VYSNIAUSKAS 



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DANIEL WOJCIK 
iki.- to thank GoJ, niy pureiits 
ily .inJ triends for all their 
Mrt and guidance. Thanks to 
Fit: and Ice for the last four 
■s and finally getting that 
a gold. It's hard to put all the 
itions that I've amassed over 
,e 4 ve.ir^. 




IHOMASZ ZALUCKI 




NOUN ZUCCHn 
ihing hut gtMKl times. I'm losin' 
triple lunches and douh spares 
nd the day, Boyntano's tarm 
rkrng", shnya-nyo, knights hoys- 
icy-see you at gab's/m the show, 
my fam- the best, cnuldnt have 
e'er without you. 




JEFREYWOO 
4 quick years turns a hoy into a man 
of St. Michaels. Quick shouts to 
my boys joey, ed, mike, kim we 
bonded like glue teachers: mr. 
sheridan, fr. fulton, mr. D.P... thank 
you for your guidance shouts 2 all 
my white boys u know who you 
,ire...Kecp it real- 




MARK ZAMRIJ 
Consistency is the last refuge of 
the unimaginative." - Oscar Wilde. 
"Don't dream. Do." 




JEfREY WOOD 






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MARTIN YEUNG 




ADRIANO 2IT0 
We become « ho « c chose to 
be.Thanks to myDad, Mom, 
my bros. Alessandro-the saga 
continues, and Andrea. 143 Raquel- 
4evr&aday.To some of the greatest 
memories ot all time. ..Italy 
002,SMC soccer,Mask,the 
cage.Euro 2000 




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Dr. Robert J. Birycncau, Uucst Speaker, 
President ot the University of Toronto 







Valedictory Address 

PAUL MARIANI 



Do you remember your first day at St. Mike's? A 
scared lonely niner, wandering the halls, full of 
fear and potential. Now look at yourself and your 
peers around you. What do you see? I don't see little hoys 
anymore; after our first day we hegan our transition into 
men. 1 see athletes, scholars, philosophers and leaders. 1 see 
proud and confident St. Michael's Men. I'x'e witnessed the 
transformation of my peers, from scared little boys to strong- 
willed men. The hair stands up 
on the back of my neck as I 
look out over the crowd today. 
It's not because I'm nervous, 
but because I'm proud to see 
all of us graduatmg together. 
During the past five years 
we've watched students drop 
out and new ones join, but m 
the end we've come together. 
I've always believed in the 
idea of "The Family of St. 
Michael's". This concept embraces the idea that although we 
have our differences, we all remain part of the St. Michael's 
community. If one of us fails, we all share the burden, and 
when one of us succeeds, we all heed the celebration. This 
aspect of family is only one of many qualities that adds to the 
wonderful comaraderie at St. Michael's and defines it as such 
a unique school. 

If these yellow bricks could talk they would speak of the great 
times that St. Mike's has encountered. They would talk about 
the 150''' Anniversary- of St. Michael's College, and they 
would elaborate on our experiences and memories from World 
Youth Day. They would speak of the renovations we've seen; 
from the green monster lockers to the brand new librar\- and 




gymnasium. They would talk about OFSA.^ Championships 
and academic scholarships. They would recall the friendships 
made, and the brotherhoods strengthened. However, with 
e\ery good memory comes a sad one too. These wails would 
tell stories of the lives that were lost during our years at St. 
Mike's and the sadness that was brought to our community 
But they would also tell how the students, teachers and 
surrounding community pulled together as a family to help 
cope during the troubled times. It's true, these yellow brick 
walls do tell stories of our experiences throughout the last five 
vears, but they represent the strength of our community in 
good times as well as bad. 

The heart and soul of the St. Michael's Community can be found 
in the smiles and cheers of its student body. As Margaret Mead 
once said, "Laughter is mankind's most distinctive emotional 
expression. Humans share the capacity for love and hate, with 
all other creatures. But humor, which has both an intellectual 
and emotional element, belongs solely to us." You couldn't 
stand for even two minutes in the hallways of SMC without 
hearing a lonely chuckle or a classroom fijU of laughs and 
cheers. It's hard to remember all the good times we've shared 
together. From dirty mullets to dae Morning Minute, from Metro 
B<wl games to Reach for the Top Finals. From OFSAA Gold 
Medals, to Intramural Championships, and from school masses 
to table-banging in the cafeteria. This Double Cohort year has 
added some unnecessary' tension to ever\- graduating class, but 
at St. Mike's we've risen above the controversy and banded 
together. Who could forget our legendary Hawaiian Shirt Day, 
or the classic Double Blue Parade down at the SkyDome? Our 
untouchable school spirit defines our image as St. Michael's 
students both in and outside oi the classroom. But e\'er\' spirit 
needs aime direction, and if it weren't for our teachers and 
preists, we would have no direction. 









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and outside of the classroom. But evcr\- spirit needs some 
direction, and if it weren't for our teachers and preists, we 
would have no direction. 

They are the pillars of stabiliry in our school. They are 
the ones we look to for answers and advice. They are, our 
teachers, our coaches, our priests, and they've become our 
role models. They have always been there to motivate and 
push every one of us to fulfill our potential. In the words of 
Mr. Chittle, "The only place where success comes before 
work, is in the dictionary." This statement has proven true, 
as most us spent countle.ss hours and long nights finishing 
ISUs and preparing for presentations. So as we graduate, we 
must not forget the teachers and Basilians who sacrificed 
their time to coach us to championships, the ones who 
spent extra time with clubs and organizations exposing our 
talents, and the ones who stopped you in the hall just to say 
hello. As we move on, our teachers will remain at SMC to 
coach and mentor another group of scared little hoys into 
confident men. We must not forget the dedication they've 
shown to us, or the lessons they have taught us. 

As we liKik back upon our five years of education at St. 
Mike's, what have we learned about ourselves and aKnit 
life? Being educated in a community built upon the 
foundations of GiHKlness, Disciphne and Knowledge, the 



lessons we learn are not simply for the next test, but rather 
for the rest of our lives. We've learned that high school is 
not only about marks, but rather building character within 
ourselves. We've understood that in life, we all must be 
accountable for our actions. We've all seen the benefits ot 
hard work, and some of us have learned the hard-lessons of 
procrastination. St. Mike's has taught us to be brave, to be 
proud, and to be humble in our ways, but aKi\e all, it has 
taught us to be gixxl. Even when surrounded by a world of 
evil, goodness shall always prevail. 

St. Mike's is more than simply a .school for Catholic boys, 
it is who we are. 1 was always told by older students that we 
must keep the l^uible Blue Spirit alive. I believe that this 
passion is shared between all of us and is seen through our 
individual paths that we've carved here over the last five 
years. For me, St. Mike's is a place where K>ys grow into 
real men, both intellectually and spiritually. They K-gin to 
learn about life, and more importantly, discover more aUiut 
themselves. 

In the end, we must rememlx-r, who you are diK-s not make 
you a St. Michael's man, but it is what you do ihal detines 
who you are. 

25 hinc 200i 




MICHAEL ADAMOVSKY 




SAM ASARO 



NICHOUSAITKEN 
Excellence is nut ;i skill. It's an 
attitude. 5 successful years have 
passed and they wouldn't have been 
possible without the support of my 
parents, Aunt Eva, and my nanny. 
Shcnitiiuts to mv friends. 



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JUSTIN AUCOIN 




CHRISTIAN ARAMBULO 




MICHAEL BABIARZ 




GLEN ARTHUR 




BRIAN BADALI 
"One never goes st) tar as when ont 
doesn't know where one is going" 
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. 
Thanks are due to all the teachers 
who have endured my presence in 
their classroom over the years. 







ADRIAN BARBIERI 



JEEEREY BEST 



MICHAEL BORRACCIA 



DAVRL BOYCE 



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MICHAEL BRAVO 




FRED CAPRARA 
rhe end has tinally come. First and 
oremost, I thank God. I would 
ike to thank my fiimily for their 
rcmendous support, my teachers for 
heir guidance and clarity, and my 
riends tor keeping me sane these 
ive years. Thank you. 




(OtV CHALLONER MOTA 




GREG BURKE 

Thanks to parents tor money 
and support. Random thoughts: 
Chittleisms, Roadtrips, Ireland, 
Essays, Thejetta, SandSsports. 
Gontlets, 16dayScare, 1 1, The Sofa 
King. We Taught It Kid. What a 

GONGSi low: 




DAvIO CARROLL 




JEROME CHENG 




MARCO CAPO 
First off I would like to thank my 
parents tor everything they have 
done for me because it it weren't for 
them. It was a rough couple of years 
for me at the beginning, hut the last 
two will always be with me. We arc 
tinally finished! 




LEONARD URVALHAL 




BERNARD CHIU 



JOHN UPPUCCini 




/AARK (tSARIO 




NICHOUS CHOLODNY 
Well the time has Hown by. To 
Greatest Miments; MF.TRO f>OWl 
Ik t:ANCUNI Pe-ing involved 
doesn't m.ike the experience gre.it .it 
St. Mike's, Us your buddies th.il make 
it Rreat. A lot more is taught them 
just fixithall on the tield 



PETER CHORABIK 
1 wiHilJ likf III thank my pareiit-'- 
Kir allowinj^ me to go here. 1 am 
extremely grateful tor all the help i 
got from my parents and teachers. 1 
am now ready for the challenges that 
university will present.Thanks for 
the memories, God hless St. Mike's. 




CHRISTOPHER CITRULLO 
Sincere gratitude to my parents for 
their constant love and support. 
Thank you to all my teachers 
and coaches, who 1 have learned 
invaluable lessons from. The 
awesome memories and great 
friends will li\e on forever 




TYLER COLFORD 
First, 1 just wanted to thank my 
parents for providiiig me with such a 
wonderful and fulfilling experience. 
1 have so many memories that 
I'll never forget. From Croozin, 
Tremhlant, PuWin, and so many 
more. Its heen a hlast. 



PRINZ COLUNTES 




MARK CORDIER 




ROBERT CORTELLUCCI 




MICHAEL CZERWINSKI 




MICHAEL DAGENAIS 
Thanks to mom, dad, Steve, 
teachers and Basilians tor their 
support over 

the last five years. 1 now realire the 
value of my SMC education. Here's 
to the last of a dying breed. Cheers 
OAC's. See you at MAC. 




DAVID Dl GREGORIO 




TONYDINUNZIO 




CHRISTOPHER DILEO 
Five years is a long stretch and, 
though 1 enjoyed many a good time, 
I'm glad it is over. I'd like to thank 
the faculty for a job well done, my 
parents for their continual support, 
and my friends. 1 really enjoyed the 
years. 




PAULDUBNIAK 




ANDREW fAZZARI 




VINAr FERNANDES 



ALEXANDER fORBES 



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JOEY fOTIA 
Firstly, thanks to niom and dad for 
tDlcratinu my nicdidcre grades. 
"It's time tor mc to leave the nest, 
become independent, and have tun 
with girls, safe fun mind you, 
hut lots of it." - Carlton Banks 
Watchout Lauricr. 




BRYAN FIRTH 





PETER FROST 
As 1 prepare to enter another level 
of education, I have to acknowledge 
everyone who helped me along 
the way. Many thanks to the 
Basilian Fathers and all ot my 
teachers, especially the whole art 
department. It's been fun. 



JAMES GADON 




JOSEPH GARISTO 
This space is JeiliciIeJ to all 
the close friends, teachers and 
acquaintances that I've come to 
know through these tive years. 
Because of them these have been 
the best five years ot my life. Thank 
you all and best of luck. 







JUSTIN GAYLE 



RYAN GEERIS 



JONATHAN GENCO 



IHOMAS GIANNEHA 




ANDREW GIOSA 




PETER GUGLIELMELLI 




CONNER HIGGINS 




NATHAN GOVEAS 
It's tough to helie\e that it's all 
over. I'll leave St. Michael's with 
goodness, discipline and knowledge. 
Thanks to my parents and brothers 
for their constant love and support, 
and my friends. Thanks everyone, 
for the greatest 5 years of my life! 




ANDREW HAGNER 
The SMC community, the teachers 
and the Basilian fathers have nurtured 
my faith and character, ignited my soul 
and awakened my concience. Thank 
you all - you mean so much to me. 
Now it is time for Miecz>'slaw to take 
up his sword and fight the good fight. 




BENJAMIN HIGGS 
Everything that happens, happens 
for a reason. It is our reaction to 
these occurrences that reveal our 
true character. "What we do in life, 
echos in eternity." Thank you St. 
Michael's. 





MARCO GRECO 
Time to give thanks: GOD. Mom 
and Dad. my sister, and my family 
and friends. "The roots of education 
are bitter, but the fruit is sweet." 
-Aristotle 



DAVID GREISS 





KEVIN HENRY 
I want to thank my parents for 
giving me the opportunity of SMC. 
Also, thank you to my teachers and 
friends who allowed me to become 
the person which 1 am. 1 wouldn't 
have had high school any other way 
than at SMC. 



STEPHANE HETHERINGTON 




VKa 




KYLE HILL 



JAMES HO 
"If a year goes by and it has not 
brought you tears nor joys, considei 
that year wasted." Many MT's 
"reliable" and "sturdy" service, first 
math class in grade 9 with Riharich 
most importantly however are the 
people along the way I've met. 






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TOBY HOLLAND 
ive years. It was tough, it was hard, 
ut it's been great. I thank my 
jachers tor helping me to discover 
ly talents and abilities. 1 thank my 
riends, my siblings, and of course 
ly parents tor helping me with 
vervthing else. 




PHILB£RI IP 
Give me a tish to feed me for a 
ay, for a hungry man knows no 
;aming." St. Mike's, a veritable 
;ast, has been a glorious experience. 
t would not be a worthy tale to tell 
'not tor the many patents, teachers, 
nd tnends who battled by mv side. 



MICHAEL HUl 
Ironic how i walked into this school 
wishing that it would get over as 
quick as possible. Lesson learnt? 
The fast lane isn't always the best 
lane. It's been a fun ride and it 
couldn't have been any other way. 



MICHAEL HURLY 



CARLOS ILUNES 




ANDREW ISAAC 
It's been a tun five years, and 1 can 
honestly say that I'm gonna miss 
SMC. Thank you to my tamily, 
and especially the teachers and 
friends. The knowledge and values 
I've acquired here will be with me 
forever. Cheers!!! 




JAMES JEE 




PAIRICK JOHNSON 
Five beauty years I'll always 
remember: The Raider crew that 
made Thursday night runs JZ, 
the Lunch table boy:s at Quinn's 
Cottage, Fif's leadership camp, St. 
Lucia. Thank you Fr. Fulton, John, 
Mom and Pad. Cod Bless St. Mikes 




PAUL KANIA 
All I would like to ^.ly is thanks to 
veryone for their support and 
ncmorics, because these last tive 
ears have been phenommal. To all 
he boys, good luck in the future a.s 
I liHiks like a bright one. Thanks 
igam lor the great experiences." 




JOSEPH KANOZA 





BENJAMIN KIM 



KEVIN KLEIN 







DANIEL UGAMBA 



ANDREW LANG 



ANDREW LANG-WEIR 



JOHN LAra 




BRIAN LEE 
These past five years at St. Michael's 
have been unforgettable. I'd like to 
thank my family for supporting me, 
my teachers for my great education, 
my friends for being there, and God 
for giving me this great opportunity'. 




MICHAEL LETTIERI 




JEFFERY LEUNG 
First, thanks always to God. Thank 
you for the infinite generosity that You 
have blessed me with during my years 
at St. Mike's. Thanks to my family for 
their never ending love and support. 




MICHAEL LIMA 




;,unHEW UPPA 
The saddest thing in life is wasted 
talent, and 1 fulfilled mine by going 
to SMC. 1 have to thank God 
and my parents for their guidance, 
and all my buddies who made it 
worthwhile. The memories are 
priceless. All I need is one mic 




ROBERT LONGO 
Some make it happen, some 
watch it happen, and some say, 
'What happened'?" Thank-you to 
my family for their support/love 
and my friends for making my 
time spent in these yellow-brick 
hallways unforgettable. 




PATRICK LOVGREN 




JERRY MA 
It's been a great. 5 years, and the besi 
time of my life at St. Mikes. 
Thanks go out to my family for 
all the lo\e and support. To my 
teachers, thank you all for enriching 
my mind and soul. Finally, to all my 
friends, I'll always remember you. 



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ANDREW MACDONALO 



MICHAEL MANOAREEllO 



JOHN MANNELU 



PAUIMARCHESE 




DAVID MARCOIU 




PAUL MARIANI 
You might ha\<.- hc.ird I run with 
a dangerous crowd / We ain't too 
pretty we ain't too proud / We might 
he laughing a hit tiH> loud / But that 
never hurt no one. (Billy Joel) A hig 
thanks to my family and girlfriend 
for all their support. 





PADDY MCCONVEY 



MiM Ml.l.RMV.ktl( 




DEREK MIOR 
My memorie^ at SMC are ones thai 
will lorcver remain with me. A 
<peci.ll shout out goes to the hoys 
for your support and friendship. I 
wish everyone the hvst ot luck in 
the tuturc. 




ANDREW MISKIV 
Wow, tive years have gone hy. I've 
learnt a lot during my lime here. As 
I complete one goal, dozens ot new- 
ones arise. Thanks to my family, 
friends, teachers (Ross/tirassi/Fil:/ 
Shust) 





MARK MOLCKOVSK^ 



ANTHONY MORRIS 





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PAULMOicR 




DONALMULRONEY 




BRIAN MURNAGHAN 



MICHAEL MURPHY 
My transformational experiences 
at St. Michael's have extended far 
beyond the walls of the classroom. 
Thanks to my family and friends 
who have endured my eccentricities 
and supported me along the way. 




JAN MARANOWia 




ANTHONY OnAVINO 
The five great years behind these 
yellow bricks have come to an end. 
I would like to thank the Basilians, 
my family, and teachers for their 
guidance and support.. j\ndrew, my 
back is still in pain, but we made it 
buddy! 




TORNAME OKE 
Thanks to my parents tor brining 
me into this world and my 
entire family for supporting me 
throughout my life. Thanks to all 
my friends for getting me through 
5 five years that 1 will never forget. 
Most of all. Thank vou God. 




AARON PAAS 
"There is no great genius without 
a mixture of madness." -Aristotle. 
One love to my homees and the 
woman of my dreams. Keep it real 
and remember if you take yourself 
too seriously one day you'll explode. 
Thank God. 




TONY OUVERA 




ANDREVi' PARK 




PAULOPOISKI 
It's been a great 5 years. Big 
shouts to everyone who made it 
worthwhile: my parents and the 
Basilians. Great Memories: New 
Year's '03, Casey's, Mr. Lewis' latin/ 
law class, classy Mr. Grassi, and 
Calc with Nards. Good luck to all 
the grads. 




ELLIOT PAUL 



, DEAN PENAflEL 

years - memnrio ihat will last a 
etime. Thanks to all for giving 
e a chance and special thanks to 
V fainiU and friends who got me 
irough the highest of the highs 
id lowest of the lows. Never 
rget that one person can make a 
fference. 




ANDREA PISANI 




STEVEN PICCO 
Most importantly, th.inks to my 
entire family for all their support 
over the years. Thanks to all the 
teachers. Thanks to all the friends 
who made these years unforgettable. 
Thanks tor the memories 




MICHAEl PLATED 




ANDREW PIGNAIARO 
I'd like to lli.Mik Miy p.irents and 
family for all the support and 
money. Shout outs to all the hoys, 
you know who you are, and all the 
memories: frishee, cunner, ireland, 
the dirties, Ls. Finally I would like 
to thank my teachers. 




GEORGE POLYZOIS 
GR9:\\'1i.m'sI,h.iImII 
quipment?How do I do up my 
tie.'(l still don't know^ how)GR10: 
FUMBLE, MrG's "heart failure", 
Grl hPegs in ENG, Senior Soccer 
Miracle GR12:"Get off the field y'i 
diot" Metrobowl 2002. 



JASON PIKE 




MICHAEl POWELL 




RrAHPREHOERGASI 
must thank my family, friends and 
le faculty of St. Michael's for 
ving me five memorable years. 
HI only get out of SMC" what you 
It into It, and I've gotten mure 
lan I could ask from St. Mike's. 




ANDRIUSPUNKRIS 




PATRICK OUINN 
Til the men ihey couldn't hang 
stepped to the mic and sang and 
their voices rang with that Aryan 
twang Thanks to all the boys m 
blue who made it a beauty, thanks 
to my coaches and teachers. 




MAR( RiliO 
Boys, my lime here is finally over. I 
want to thank my parents lor 
digging deep and putting $50,000 
up lor my education. Thanks to 
,ill the guys, you know who you 
are, for the memories: Cunner 
200Menough .said). Let the Legend 
live i>n! 




JOSEPH RINI 
First, thanks to the parents Is. 
Memories: Grade 9 & 10 junior 
basketball, soccer( 10-13) esp. 
OFSAA '01, New Years ('01 bad, 
'02 good). SMC was ok, but you 
guys made it awesome. Later. 




NICHOLAS RIZZUII 




STEVEN ROYIWSKY 
The last five have been great and 
before 1 go, I'd like to sincerely 
thank my parents for sending me 
to St. Mike's. Thanks go out to 
the guys for the laughs and making 
everyday fun. No regrets, only 
Good times. 






ROBERT RUBINO 




TYLER RUSSELL 
Endless thanks to my parents 
for their unending support, my 
teachers, friends, coaches and the 
Kerry Blues for pointing me in 
the right direction .md ni.iking my 
future look bright. 




ERKSADOWSKI 
"No man ever hecaiue great except 
through many and great mistakes" 
-W.E.G. The past five years 
have been great. Thanks to all 
the coaches/teachers/admin. 
Remember SG, athletics w/XVl + 
championships, and to all the boys. 




CARMINE SANNUTO 




DAVID SANTI 
Thanks To my mother and father 
for supporting me for five years, ai 
especially to my brothers' Paul an 
to Marc for showing everybody 
what a true St. Michaels's Man 
really is. Memories; Metrobowl/0: 
Cancun and a shout to my boys. 




TIMOTHY SAWA 




MICHAEL SCARCELLO 
Boys, my time here is finally over. I 
want to thank my parents for 
digging deep and putting $50.0(10 up 
for my education. Thanks to all the 
guys, you know who you are. for the 

memories Cunner 2003( enough 

said). ...Let the Legend live on! 




PAULSERGAUTIS 




OMAR SHAHEEN 
To God, My Family, Mr. Lewis, Tl 
Basilian Fathers, and all the SMC 
Staff, 1 thank you for your patient 
love, and support. You've all help 
make a man out of me. To the bo' 
it's not over till the boat sinks. 
Th.mk You. 






JACOB SHEEHAN 
•t^ 1.UI the chit chat tclla'.-., my time 

St. Mike's has set the mould tor 
e rest of my Ute. Starting out in 
adc nine I never thiiuf;ht I'd make 

but in the end 1 wish it didn't 
we to end. 



JASON SHROUOER HENRY 



ROBERTO SIGNORONI 




DAINIUSSILEIKA 




ANDREW SMARI 





QUINIONSO 



WILLIAM SONG 




MAnHEW SPENCER 
5 years ot memories and only 50 
words to sum it upl I'll only hriny up 
tlie best: Bantam draft year, the 
duck, 1 3 staples to the head and tlie 
limch table (my iieroes.) Thank you 
to my lamily. Jen, and batiier Fulton 
for ail your support. 




MItHAdSIEPHENSON 





MARC SUnON 
Five years, come and j?ine, seems 
like ycsterd.iy we stepped inside these 
yellow brick hails. We asked tor it, 
and thi-y deliwreil: they tniiuht us 
CKxxJness, Discipline and Knowlc\ltp:. 



RYAN lAiM 




lUSiPHIAYLOR 




MICHAEL TEIXEIRA 




KYLE lEHMAN 




AMEILO THE 




DANIEL TOTO 
5 long years within the yellow 
bricks is finally over. Thank you 
to my parents and Quality Tops 
&. Kitchens for all their love and 
financial support. Thanks to the 
teachers who made me into a St. 
Michael's man. 




PHILIP TURI 
Although it's hard to believe that my 
years at St. Mike's are over, 1 
wouldn't have spent them any other 
way. To my friends, thanks for the 
many good times. To my family, 
thank you for your support. 





JONATHAN VECCHIARELLI 



ANTHONY VINELLI 
Well my hvc years are up and it's 
heen a slice. 1 have to thank my 
parents for their love, support and 
financing, I love you. All my friends, 
you know who you are, I love you 
guys and I'll miss the good times. 
Montreal '03 was a blast. 




DANIEL VISENTIN 




MICHAEL WALSH 
This five year gonger has finally 
come to an end. 1 want to thank my 
parents, sister and Caley for their 
support. I'll never forget the times 
we had, Cancun, B-house, Millie's, 
McConvey/Quinner's cottage, Teq- 
night. Dress-down day. 






BOBBY YEOMAN 




STEVEN ZAMPINI 




CHRISTOPHER ZAWADZKI 




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ASIAN ASSOCIATION 




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B R I S C O L A 

Moderated by Mr. Di Leo 

Medal winners this year were Vince Furmiisa, Alessandm Racco, Giuseppe 
Grets, and Michael Malatesta. 




COMPUTER 



CLUB 



Moderated by Mr. Shust 



Throughout the year the members ot the C^uiiputer rrogrammmg L'luh arc ahle to del\e into 
advanced computer science topics under the guidance ot Mr. George Shust. These topics are 
then rested m two mam competitions, the University ot Waterloo Programming Contest and 
ihe American (Computer Science League (ACSL). The Waterloo contest consists of five 
prohlems llial must he programmed m a three-hour time limit, with the top scorers going on to 
represent Canada at the international level. The ACSL is ni.ide up of tour contests consisting of 
a written section that tests university-level computer science material as well as a programming 
section. The top fifteen schools are invited to the All-Slar ( 'ompetirion in the U.S., an honour 
that St. Mike's has received numerous times since the club first entered nine years ago. 



CRITICAL 



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Moderated by Mr. Thompson 



Groups lit tivc to ten students met weekly for the viewing of controversial 
(liui acceptable) films and followed up with lively discussion ot the issues 
raiseil and resolved or unresolved in the him. This year's organizer was 
OAC student Fred Caprara. 



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DEBATING 



SOCIETY 



Moderated by Mr. Vella and Fr. Burns 



I he 2002-2003 Blue Rhetorics Debating 
■^- Society has upheld the long-standing 
tradition of elocution and eloquence that 
has come to be expected of St. Michael's 
Debators. On a number of occasions, our 
novice teams were dismissed for their 
diminutive stature only to astonish judges 
with their debonair charm and wit and win 
the tourn.iment. Teams across the country- 
had already prepared themselves to be 
obliterated by our graduating debators when 
St. Michael's swept away with numerous 
national accolades. 

One of the most popular trips of the year is 
to McGill University in Montreal for their 
tournament that attracts teams from all over 
Canada and the United States. 

The Southern Ontario Model Assembly saw 
St. Michael's veterans Brian Mumaghan, 
Andrew Sydor, Alfonso NiKilla and Michael 
Murphy joineil by SOMA newcomers Geoff 



D'Cru:, Greg Benedetto, Alex Marques and 
Richard R:eszutek as they represented South 
Korea and IcL'land ar the model United 
Nations hokl .innually ,u the University 
ot Toronto. It is a chance tor students to 
explore the intricacies of international law 
and iIk- delicacies of foreign policy making. 

Our tinal event of the year was the Ontario 
Model Parliament, evicted once again this year 
from its normal locale, Queen's Park. It is an 
excellent opportunity for students to debate 
the current political issues and propose new and 
innovative solutions. 

Because of the double cohort graduation, two 
Norman DiLella trophies were handed out 
this vear. The award is for and outstanding 
contribution to debating throughout their 
years at St. Michael's College Schixil. This 
year's recipients were .Andrew Sydor and 
Michael Murphy. 




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Moderated by Mr. Snn't/i 



How many perfect squares are divisors of the product 
1 ! • 2! • 3! • • • 9! ? [600 < answer < 700] 



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he St. Michael'^ Math CUih ha> enjoyed 
mother successhil season. Every time one 
of our members achieves at, or above, a level 
commensurate with his ability, he is successful. 
Four days a week from September until the end 
of April, the Math Club is in session. We meet 
to either practice tor our major competitions 
or write the minor competitions. The minor 
competitions are proxided by the C'.inadian 
National Mathematics League (CNML"), The 
New York City Math League (NYCML), The 
.Atlantic Pacific Contest (AP), and the .American 
Scholastic Mathematics .Association (.ASM.A). 

Each year our members set out on a journey that 
we hope will take them to prominence on the 



national, provincial, or regional level. The major 
competitions are sponsored by the University of 
Waterloo and this year the university has initiated 
three new contests: the Fryer Contest (Grade 9), 
the Galois Contest (Grade 10), and the Hypatia 
Contest (Grade 11). The top ten students at 
St. Michael's m the Pascal, Cayley, and Fermat 
contests were invited to write the.se new contests, 
and wrote impressive scores. 

Every year we see our graduates depart the Math 
Team. This year, the year of the double cohort, 
we say farewell to many outstanding mathematics 
students. We wish you well and we thank you for 
the man\' hours you have contributed to solving 
interesting problems in our Math Dome. 



This year one uf the mure 
interesting problerm appeared 
on the AMC 1 2 Contest- Ones 
the problem interest you! Ij the 
answer is yes, then we look 
forward to seeing you in Room 
1 14 Monday to Thursday ajter 
school. 




PHILOSOPHY 



Moderated by Mr. Peter McCaim 



This year's members were Rvan Prendergast, Andrew Pignataro, Jeff Best, 
Brian Frith, Jeff Wood, and Daniel La Gamba. 



PHOTO/VIDEO 



Moderated by Mr. Thompson 



This club specializes in dark room techniques, specifically the processing 
of black and white film. In aildition, the group videotapes all major 
varsity sports throughout the year and prepares the Athletic Banquet 
video. This year's members were Michael Bravo, Andrew Hagner, Glen 
Arthur, Amelio The, Elliot Paul, Andrew Smart, Taylor Moffat, Jerome 
Arthur, Sam Perera, and Prashanth Rasaiah. 




F R A N g A I S 



Moderated by Miss DiMeglio 




Lc C'lub organized events and excursions for St. Michael's students 
interested in French hte heyond the classroom. This year, fifty-one 
Grade 8 and 9 students accompanied Mr. Di Leo, Miss DiMegMo and Mrs. 
McDougall, travelhng to Montreal and Quebec City for a tour-day visit 
to these exciting cities. Students visited churches, museums, historical 
sites and tourist attractions in La Belle Prt)vince. HishliKht.s included an 
evening cruise on the St. Lawrence and a visit to the "Grand Canyon" ot 
Quebec near the shrine of Ste-Anne de Ek-aupre. 






GREEN COUNCIL 



Moderated by Mr. Qkijdi 



Father Zor:i, Vinay Fernandes and Andrew Miskiv launching this year's 
Green Council Recycling Campaign. 



ITALIAN 



Moderated /^>' Mr. Di Leo and Miss DiMeglio 



This year's members were Marco Capo (President), Giancarlo Soppelsa ( Vice- 
Tresident), Anthony Ottavino (Secretary), and Alex Francella (Treasurer). 




REACH 



FOR 



THE 



TOP 



Moderated hy Ms. B 



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cmd Mrs. Cserer 



Thi> year's lumor it-.un, coached h\ Ms. Cserer and comprised ot Stephan De 
Meiaias, Arl Ooumiuiras, Geoti Frost, Tyler Barrack, Mike Brewer, .Andrew 
Cheiini,', and l.icoli Surkont, were the 2003 City Champions. This year's A 
and B seniiir teams, coached hy Ms. Boland and comprised of Geoffrey D'Cru:, 
Alfonso Nocilla, Daniel Grant, Rohert Greco, Ari Doumouras, Bryan Lee, Mark 
Molckovsky, Michael Bravo, Andrew Pignataro, and Michael Surkont, made it 
to the quarter-finals of the 2003 Ontario Reach tor the Top Finals. They also 
placed second in the Toronto Division. 




The Annual Student-Teacher Reach tor the Top 
Game was played in May. As usual, the teachers won! 




ROBOTICS 



Moderated by Mr. Liica 



The Robotics team had a successful inaugural year. Winning the preliminary Edurobotics competition 
in January 2003 at the Science Centre, and winning the best web design award at the regionals at the 
Hershey Centre in March 2003, the rtihotics team showed excellent leadership and skill. Team members 
this year were Luke Adamovsky, Matthew Antolin, Chris Chung, Eric Cheung, David Cappadocia, 
Michael Carrier, David Di Biase, Damien Frost, Paul Giampu::i, Jan Jaskiewic:, Lazslo Kerekas, Daniel 
Lidstone, Kellen Lidstone, Kenneth Man, Francis Marquez, Alessandro Pichini, Richard R-esiutek, 
Gregory Seidlak, Brain Skinner, Morgan Skinner, .Andre Solecki, Mark Succi, Michael Succi, Jacob 
Surkont, Michael Surkont, Adrian Tersigni, Prokash ThambidiUai, and Matthew Viola. 



SCIENCE 



Moderated hy Mr. Tessaro 



This year's Science Cluh was a great succe.ss. We'd like to thank Mr. Tessaro ,uid all those in\ olved 
in this year's cluh. Special thanks to all contributors and readers of the Blue Scientific. Club 
President Br^'an Lee continued the Blue Scientific's longstanding tradition ot publishing the most 
current news in the science world. The Science Club was also successful m running alter school 
lab activities for the junior grades, and hope that all who attended enjoyed the venture. We look 
forward to passing down the tcirch of the Science Club and that future grades will continue to 
inform the student body of the most recent developments in the scientific community. 




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SOCIAL 



JUSTICE 




Moderated by Mr. Quinn 



It nt'tcn takes the work of few to change the perception of many. Workinu 
with the Social Justice Committee, it has become increasingly clear that a 
group ot dedicated students, who emKxiy the ideals for which St. Michael's 
stands, can have a major eflect on not only the school hut also the global 
community. Although not a particularly well-known group, the good that 
comes from the members of this committee is undeniable. From group talks 
to major fundraising campaigns, this year's St>cicty tor Justice has had been 
a great success, promoting a combination of Catholic ideals and effective 
action. 



STOCK 



MARKET 



Moderated by Mr. Qunui 



Under the sublimely sustained watch of Mr. Quinn, along with the assistance 
of student coordinator Mark Freyman, the Stock Market Club proved to be 
an Intriguing battle of varying portfolio holdings. From those who played 
Russian Roulette with the fate of Nortel, to the lucky few who caught 
the rise of Biovail, over ninety SMC students learn how to invest online! 
Students conducted market, stop and limit orders on actual NYSE and 
NASDAQ companies. The trader who most successfully subdued the bear 
market was OAC student Tyler Colford, who maintained first standing from 
the second month of the school year until .April. 




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WRITERS 



CLUB 



Moderated by Mr. Carcasole and Mr. Trcntadne 



The Writers' Club at St. Michael's is dedicated to providing a forum for student writers to 
develop and express their creative talents via the written word. Established in 2001 , the club has 
produced two successful publications distributed annually. The club is open to all students .it ,ill 
grade levels. This year's members were l'>aniel l\-l Ri::o. John Moyer, Andrew Sartori, .Ameliu 
The, Mark Zamrlj, Jonathan Ore, Michael Murphy, Michael Skubic, and Chris Serio. 



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hese were the instructions given to the newly instituted Media 
Arts class at St. Michael's. At its core, the class is about 
the convergence ot media from graphic images, to sound hytes, 
to video clips. Taught hy Mr. Crav\-ford, who shares a love for 
music, art and computers, the class was the first real test for our 
new Macintosh MIDI lab in the music room. It is the only one 
of its kind in the city and is often sought by Apple Computer as a 
model for other schools. 




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he Music Dcpiirtmcnt this year was responsihle for a niimher of 
lani-lmark pcrfunnniice which once again displayed the truits 
of .ill their iiard work and etfort. The Christmas Concert saw a 
grand combination ot current music students with alumni players. 
One ot the alumni players was the late Mr. John Cuernere, who 
captured the stage with excellence and professionalism. Despite 
failing health, Mr. Gue'rriere conducted the Peer Gym Suite, and 
performed the jazz trumpet trio Maltese Melody with Mr. Jamie Oatt 
and our own Grade 1 1 student Wilfred Ip. 

At the Spring concert, a number of students were recognized for 
their achiexements in music duriiig their careers at St. Michael's. 
Twti jaz: awards, the Pilkington tor a Junior Jazz player ami the 
St. John's for a Senior Jazz player, went to Matthew Shumka and 
Michael Kosfowskyj respectively. Trumpeter Wilfred Ip was "Most 
Improved," sa.xophonist Dean Penafiel won the Father Whelan 
Award for leadership, clarinetist Michael Teixeira won the Talent 
Award, drummer Steven Smolsky won the Most Valuable Player 
Award, and trumpeter James Andrachuk won the Director ot Music 
Award. 

The Department also organized ,i trip to Montreal this May. The 
students of the Senior Concert Band participated m a Music 
workshop at McCull LIniversity and performed tor the Trat.ilgar 
School for Girls. The students also enjoyed thenisehes on a 
walking tour of beautiful Old Montreal. At the end ot our stay m 
the city, the students of St. Mike's and Traf dined and danced during 
a boat cruise along the picturesque St. Lawrence. Despite a tew 
mistakes, humps on the road, and a blackout at a certain jazz and 
ribs bar, students had a great time on this hriet yet memorable trip. 

In retrospect, the music experience this year was unforgettable. The 
students would like to acknowledge that none of it would be possible 
without the hard work and commitment of Mr. Pietrkiewicz, Mr. 
Oatt, and Mr. Crawtord. 



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t. Michael's Fall 2002 production was Abby 
' Mann's award'winning drama about the last 
major war crimes tribunal in Nuremberg, 
Germany. Held in 1947, it had on display several 
prominent Nazis including the Minister of Justice, 
Ernst Janning. Performed in November in the 
Campeau Lecture Hall, Judgment at Nuremberg was a 
gripping affair which brought into perspective such 
contentious issues as justice, revenge, accountability, 
and justification. 

The production featured an all-star cast including 
Alfonso Nocilla as the presiding Judge Haywood, 
Andrew Escobar as Defending Attorney Oscar Rolfe, 
Michael Murphy as Janning, Dan Grant as Colonel 
Parker, Adam De Luca as Rudolf Peterson, and Sean 
Jenkins as the Narrator and General Merrin. Other 
performances were delivered by Geoff Frost, Stefan 
Saladziak, Rob Tersigni, Reid Brennan, Kellen 
Lidstone, Scott McAuley, Michael Ceci and Aaron 
Pemandes. Mr. Martin Story directed this dark 



broduction. 



Judge Haywood 

Oscar Rolfe 

Ernst Janning 

Colonel Parker 

Frau Bertholt 

Mrs. Halbestadt 

General Marrin, Narrator.. 

Rudolf Peterson 

Maria Wallner 

Judge hies 

Judge Norris 

Emil Hahn 

Fiedericlc Hofiistetter 

Werner Lammpe 

Dr.Wickert 

Captain Byers 

Dr. Center 

Waiter 

Elsa Lindnow 




AUonso Nocilla 
. Andrew Escobar 
. Michael Murphy 
. Dan Grant 
. SaraPedrosa 
. Maxi Greenwood 
. Sean Jenkins 
. Adam De Luca 

MaeveWiUiams 

Jason Pike 
. Stefan Saladziak 
. Robert Tersigni 
. Reid Brennan 
. Kellen Lidstone 
. Scott McAuley 
. Geoffrey Frost 
. Michael Ceci 
. Aaron Femandes 
. Bridget Ahlberg 

Courtney Harrison 



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n April, a great musical exoava^airza — the 
likes of which mi^t never a^ain be seen at 
St. Michael's — was staged at the University of 
Toronljos Lavish Isabel Bader Theatre. Directed by 
Mr. Paul PietHdewicz, choreographed by Mrs. Sandra 
Reford, and managed by Mr. James Oall, Joseph and 
Ae Amxjitg TedmkolaT Dmanoom was put on with 
great poise and professionalism. Hundreds of theatre- 
goers oowded the house during die musicals tun of 
£[Hir performances. Costumes played a key role in 
Joseph and Mrs. Maty Jane Irving is to thank for the 
Dreamcoat as well as a bevy of other finery. 

The talented cast was comprised of a melange of 
veteran thespians as weU as talented newcomers. 
Congratularions to all the graduating actors who have 
contributed so much over the years with all iheir en^y 
and talent, for they will be sorely missed. The cast and 
crew were honoured to have woiked in such a modem 
and professional space and the peifotmances they put 
on were tnily worthy of it. 



Ponplor 

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AdbnnMnfi 

Midhad Murphy 

SanJcnldiK 
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. Dan Giant 

Macw Williams 

. Andrew Esoofaar 
Andrew Bascom 
GknAithor 
ScoaMcAuky 
KdlenUdaone 
Julian Ellis 
THor Moffat 
Sean Jenkins 
MidiadCea 
MactinZend 
Tobf^ Holland 

. MidiaelCed 

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. Sarah Leonaid 
Lauta Leonard 
Mctoria Leonard 
Maxi Greennood 
Katie Kuzan 
Celina Johnson 
Courmey Harrison 
Jaoqueliiie Tsekouras 
Sarah I>e Miglio 
ElisaValade 
Chiisdne Kinshom 
Leah Benincasa 
TinasbeDune 
Alfonso NodUa 
Robert Ters^:ni 
Michael MaksiuKndd 



Adam Miceli staired as Joseph in this year s spring musical. 



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A GAME FOR THE AGES 



BASKETBALL 

In \vh:it may fio dnun in history as one nt llic 
most exciting moments in basketball play ever, 
Grade 12 student C'hris Trux made a massive 
slam dunk with the assistance ot only a few of 
his fellow players. The roar was deafening as 
he made the basket, and the crowd rushed onto 
the court to lift him on their simulders as the 
game came to a close. (It doesn't matter tiiat 
the teachers won.) The session was organized 
by the St. Lucia Mission Trip group. 





HOCKEY 

Though not as wild as the basketball match, 
(he staff-student hockey game, proved to be an 
exciting match ot speed and agility. Thank you 
to all who helped plan these two events. 



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Teams uithoiit submissions: 

CROSS-COUNTRY TENNIS TRACK & FIELD 

Coached by Mr. B^nic and Mr. Coached by Miss DiMeglio Coached by Mr. Aquino and Mr. PasquaL: 
aCalki^han 



BASKETBALL 



Coached by Mr. Recce 




HOCKEY 



Coached f)\ Mr. Lee and Mr. Mi[/er 




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The UnJcr-14 team won the CISAA Championship and had an 18 and record, 
tinivhini; m tir-.t place. Players this year were Graeme Michaud, Marc Riihmo, Matt 
Fitigihhons, Alex Be:erra, Adam Micieli, Michael hvanski, Justin Troiani, Michael 
Liamhis, Louie Caporusso, Colin Dono\an, Ren Contini, Eric Ruhino, Michael 
Colavecchia, Matt Marra, Greg Mecieli, Tyler Forbes, Michael Pelech, Matt C-lune, 
Nico Figliano, James Faiari, James Vascotto, Domenic Crignano, Michael Rubino, 
Mich.iel Covello, and Edward Pasquale. 



SOFTBALL 



Coached by Mr. Lee and Mr. Miller 

The Under-14 team won the CIS.AA Championship .ind had .1 *■' and record, 
hnishing in first place. Plavers this year were Ian Lenihan, Ben Contim, Rich.ird 
DiLena, Michael DiLena, Ale.\ Bezerra, Jett Gaughan, Michael Nitsos, Matthew 
Goncalves, Luke Gazdic, Robert New, Alex Francella, Matthew DiStetano, 
Nicholas k'wan, Lucas Kawa, and Julian Fl.ibbi. 
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VOLLEYBALL 
Coached by Mr. Wancuso and Mr. Callaghari 

The Under- 14 Volleyball had a \ery successful year. Players were 
competitive in all matches played and finished the year uith a winning; 
record. The team looks fonvard to workinfj with the returnini; stars 
Nitsos, Liorti, Bookman, and Gaughan. Members this year were 
Michael Di Lena, Rich.irJ Pi Len.i, Mathew Di Stephano, Daniel 
Simmonetti, Joao Da Fonseca, Brendan Barrack, Adrian D'Crnellas, 
Matthew Fit:gibhc)ns, James Bookman, Michael Nitsos, Kevin 
Gaughan, and Ricky Liorti. 






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Coached by Mr. Pasqiiah and Mr. Aquino 



LACROSSE 



Coached b^ Mr. Fresciira and Mr. Clark 





Intramurals 



ARCHERY 



Moderated by Fr. Biini.s 




Thou)^h the Archery C-lub is primarily an intramural organiziition. ,i -.m.iller .ind more eliie 
group ot archers competes at annual lournaments. The le.ini placed first in the York Memorial 
C'ollegiate Tournament on May 7fh. 2003. The second annual Fr. Mulcahy Memorial ."Nrchery 
Tourn.unent in our gym was held on May 8lh, 200^. In the Olympic division, our ream placed 
second behind the team from North Dundas Secondary Schixil. Our Standard team won the gold 
in their division. Both teams qualified tor OFSAA this year. The Olympic team ttxik the silver 
medal hnishing only 16 [Toints behimi the goKI medal winners. 

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KEY 



Moderated hy Fr. Enri<^ht 



An fxtiling season of play on hotli ihc Junior and Senior 
levels finished in matches which lesteil ihe strength 
and drive ot players on both sides. This year's Junior 
Championship went to the Canadiens ( 14-3 ai;ainst the 
Jets) and tlie Senior Championship went to the Wings 
(7-2 against the Hawks). 




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JR. BASEBALL 
Coached by Mr. Zownir and Mr. Milier 



GOLF TENNIS 

CiMched /rv Mr. Pete)- McCann, Mr. Ro.s.s and Mr. Recce Coached by Mrs. Drapala 



CROSS 



COUNTRY 



Coached by Mr. Barry, Mr. BeTi,r!n, Mr. Fitzpairick, Mrs. McDougall, Mr. Shust and Mrs. O'Grady 



The school's w-inningest team once again came out on top this year, topping the TDCAA 
Championship tor the twenty-fourth consecutive time. The senior runners wiin gold in 
OFSAA, and the midget runners were hron:e medalists. 



Midget Boys: 

Steve Ruhacha, V'ince O'Neill, Lane Santelli, Dave Torchetti, Matt Reis, Peter 
Milway, Michael Pace, Chris Lam, Ara Kalousdian, Michael Anderson, J.D. Levine, 
].D. Bumes, Thomas Fahian, Andrew Piccinnmi, Chris Mehak, Michael Hos.sack, 
Devon ("amphell 

Junior Boys: 

Robert Mcnegu::i, Daniel Wojcik, Drew Masterson, Peter Gavin-Griffin, Steve 
Purificati, Scott Quinn, Nathaniel McGroarty, .Adam Miceli, Wilfred Ip, Mark Storus, 
Brendan Charles, Eric Canham, Michael Reiterowski, David Nespolo, David Galasso, 
Stephan Ronan, Michael Hermanns, Kelvin Li, Jude Voon, Michael Ceci, Ryan 
Gentile, John Stevens, Travis O'Farrell 

Senior Boys: 

Lawrence L^onegan, Conner Higgins, Stephane Hcthcrington, Patrick Quinn, 
Andrew MacDonald, Michael Stephenson, Chris Zawadski, Philbert Ip, Adam 
Reiterowski, John Reiterowski, Jeff Best, Daniel Piccinnini, Michael Francelia, Bryan 
Frith, Robert Fortnum 





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Back Row: Mr. P. Luc;l, Jiimcs Miinrcllii, Matthew Cuiimano, 
Joncatlo Bniros, Robert Stra:ar. Aaron Femade:, DaviJ Mior, Mr. 
n. Fischer 

KneelinKi Hayden Punter, Adam Hui. Matt Morra, Miguel 
Mansalinden. Jason Saldanha, Michael Carriero. Chris O'Hara. 



JR. VOLLEYBALL 



Coached by Mr. Fischer and Mr. Luca 



Piiring the Fall 2002 season, St. Michael's fielded a team largely made up of rookie 
players. L>spite playing against more experienced teams, usually made up of grade 10 
and 1 1 players, the Junior Strikers earned a playoff birth with a 3 and 3 season record. In 
the quarterfinals, the strikers lost by two points in the final and deciding match against 
Trinity. Coaches Fischer and Luca are proud of their athletes' efforts and thank them for 
their hard work, dedication and good sportsmanship throughout the season. 



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place finish, and the second straight undefeated season. Tluv won 

the CISAA Championship for the second year in a row and the 

Junior Metro Bowl for the first time ever. Players this year were Ross 

Asaro Mike Babiak, Juatin Ballak, Andrew Brown, Joe Cappiello, Marc Chevrier, Alessio Damiani, James Day, Julian Flabbi, Marco Gidaro, Michael 

Hayward, Brian Kim, Kevin Kuhlmann, Corbin Lott, Cameron MacOonnell, Vincent Magri, Matt Marentic, Luca Martella, Robert New, Greg Orsini, 

Michael Reford, Matt Shumka, Michael Solda, Stefan Suppa, Joey Zentil, Robert Barbiero, Elliot Benjamin, Ian Campbell, Ari Doumouras, Michael 

Enright, Geoff Frost, Scott Giles, Dan ladipaolo, Shawn Johnson, Micli.iel Korylak, Larry La Gamba, Mark Locicero, and Gianfranco Raimondo. 



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FOOTBALL 



Ci>achcd by Mr. Forbes, Mr. Trcntadue, Mr. Ko.s.s, Mr. Zahra and Mr. Frt'.-icKra 



The team was undefeated this year, winning the TDCAA Championships and coming out 

victorious at the Metro Bowl. This year's players were OIlie Aeby, Sam Asaro, Alex Bertucci, 

Stefan Bilyk, Mike Boynton, Nick Cholodny, Mike Czcrwinski, Jon Dixon, Stefan Kuuskne, 

Paul Marchese, Anthony Morris, Roman Myndiuk, Jan Naranowicz, George Polyzois, Dan 

Rossctti, John Royiwsky, Tyler Russcl, Steve Zampini, 

Dave Santi, Omar Shaheen, Steven Smolsky, Mike 

Succi, Aaron Paas, Patrick Dahict, Karl Phillips, Tyrone 

Edwards, Tomamc Okc, Charlie Houghton, Andrew 

Freitas, Tom Magce, Adrian Giblxins, Emanuel AbelL 

Adam Garctson, Marco DeSimonc, Rob Antolin, 

Artem Kobzev, Frank Colino, Toby Holland, Eri> 

Sadowski, Mike Adamovsky, Yiannis Soumalias, Adam 

Grossi, Dan Toto, Richard Zulv-.. .inil Si-.in Nicholls. 




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BASKETBALL 



Coached by Mr. Pagano and Mr. Tessaro 



The Jr. Basketball team won the CISAA Championship. Players this 
year were Tom Harmantas, Aras Ruslys, Charlie Houghton, Conrad Bach, 
Robert Vitullo, Robert Rutigliano, Matthew Montemurro, Thomas Fabian, 
Oliver Dumpit, Justin Medcrios, Chris Smith, Chris O'Hara, Paul Barbetta, 
Adam Hui, Matteo Mendicino, and Matthew Kubicek. 




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Coached by Mr. Jo/in, Mr. Zoivnir and Mr. Recce 



This year's players were Paul Scrgautis, Andy Punkris, Prinr Collates, Andrew 
Camevale, Kelvin Li, Marco DeSimone, Aras Ruslys, Matt Kubicek, Patrick 
Johnson, Christian Arambulo, Nolan Zucchet, Dave Carroll, Mike Powell, ,ind 
Dusan Petkovic. The team manager was Grade 10 student Stefan Saladziak. 



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HOCKEY 



Coached by Mr. Walsh, Mr. De Pellegiin and Mr. Carcasole 



The team won the CISAA Chainpionship. Players were Steve .Antolin, 
Angelo Asaro, Michael Bellcsario, Steve Burgess, Rob Citrullo, Ian 
Farquharson, Andrew Fava, Ben Gazdic, Tyler Hill, Joel Lenius, Julian 
Zamparo, Adam Toth, Chris Gemmel, Anthony Mancini, James New, 
Matthew Pelech, Sean Pickles, Aaron Puppi, Vincent Rocco, Andrew 
Rygiel, Frank Savage, Rob Sweeney, and Adam Templeton. 




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HOCKEY 



Ccxichcd by Mr. Chillle, Mr. Fifidd, Mr. Byrne and Mr. Clark 



The tciim won the TDCAA Championship and were silver 
medallists in OFSAA. Members were Kevin Boyd, Pan Bruno, 
Andrew Cogliano, Aaron DiLeo, Anyus l^lincly, Wade Fineyan, 
James Formusa, Ryan Geerts, Peter Guglielmelli, Ben Higgs, Andrew 
Isaacs, Paddy McConvey, Derek Mior, Vladimir Mooisseykin, Nathan 
Morris, Justin Puppi, Trevor Regan, Kevin Ross, Rob Rubino, Eric 
Sadowski, Jake Sheehan, Mark Skocylak, Malt Spencer, Anthony 
Vinelli, and Mike Walsh. 




BUZZERS 
oached b\ Mr. Chris DePiero (Head Coach) , Richard Ricci (Assistant Coach) and Mr. Mario DePiero (Assistant Coach) 




This season was one which played with e\eryone's emotions. The team started out 
without a win in the tirsi eight games, hut soon went on to a tourteen-game unbeaten 
streak. This pro\ uled the players with some much-needed confidence. The Bu::ers 
steadily climbei,! through the stan^lings to vie tor tirst place by Christmas. The young 
KMiii stumblcil through January, but hnished the season in third place in the 36-team 
OrjAllL. 



MAJORS 



C(«ic/ic'tl by Dave Cameron and Ivib hmes 



F his year, the Majors advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for .1 thud 
iisecutive season, and set a team record tor most playoff wins in a season 
Willi I i . They posted a better than .500 record in the regular sea.son for a 
third consecutive year, and finished second in the C!)entral !")ivision with 
76 points, two fewer than the Brampton Battalion who had 7H. 





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Coached hy Mr. Oatt and Mrs. Lcvinc 

The tciim lead hy an entourage of skilled C«ade 9 students, conquered 
the slopes and came away with the Level 1 CISAA & TDC.A.A 
Championships at a melange ot ski resoris ihrouijhout Ontario. 









SWIMMING 

Coached hy Mr. Pagani) and Mr. Fitzpatrick 

The team won the TDC.'KA Overall Championship. Memhers were Steve Ruhacha, Spencer Hurley, Derek Ma, 
Marco Gidaro, Jacob Surkont, James Greco, Drew Masterson, Steve Percuklijevic, Chris Luszczek, Koji Hao, Michael 
Surkont, Matt Ruhacha, Stefan Bylik, Jeff Best, Sean Jenkins, Rob Greco, Robert Menegu-:i, David Nespolo, Omar 
Shaheen, Chris Zawadzki, Marc L'ordier, Bryan Frith, Brian Murnaghan, Aaron Paas, Michael Adamovsky, Andrea 
Pisani, Jan Naranowic:, Michael Teixiera, and Michael Bravo. 



Spring 



BADMINTON 

Coached hy Mr. Viola and Mr. Coghlan 

The team started the season uiih a run ot tour wins and no losses. In their next tour 
games they won one and lost ihiee. .Ml three losses were by a single point. At the 
TDCAA tournament, the team collected tour medals — two silver (Corbin Lott and 
David Petrov) and two bronze. Next season should he exciting as all four medallists 
arc relurnini;. 



Bantam; James Cutler, Greg Clmlkan, Da\id Petro\', 
John Hwang, Corbin Lott, Andrew Rowland, David 
Kanes 

Junior: Nick Tkach, .^dam Kurnik, Rob Vitullo, 
Conrad Bach, Eric Cheung, Andrea Korre 

Senior: Chris Di Leo, Mike Hui, Joey Hui, Kelvin 
Kwong, Nicholas Tsang, Ben Higgs, Tony Di Nunzio 




SR. BASEBALL 

Coached b^i Mr. Zoivnir and Mr. Riharich 

This \e.ir's pkiyers were Sean Kavanaugh, Paulo Marcello, Ryan Donnelly, 
Mike Dunsmore, Jacob .Anderson, Damien Eccleton, Kyle H\\\, Tvler Hill, Jon 
■Angellucci, Jon Micieli, Steve Picco, Quenton So, Mike Hurley, Mike Ruhino, 
.Andrew R.idclitle, Jon Keating, Matt MacDonald, Pat Sexton, and Eddie ("ban. 



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LACROSSE 



Coached hy Mr. Pagcinu, Mr. Clark and \\r. Frescura 



This year's players were Angus Dineley, Michael Leekiiii;, P^rrvl IVirk.irt, Jiiiks W.ilsh, Tom Magee, Kevin Ross, Paul Mariani, Jared Sargent, AJ 
Forhes, Tim Sawa, Paddy McConvey, Mike C'arlesimo, Mli. hael Fox-Higgins, Richard Clune, Nathan Morris, Eric Burton, Joe Cooper, Jetf Kyr:akos, 
Alex Bertucci, Jake Sheehan, Colin Molloy, Kyle Spurr, Jason Mosdell, Lucas MilUr, and Juli.in Zamparo. 




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SOCCER 



Coached hy Mr. Zanardo and Mr. Romano 




TRACK 



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Coached b>' Mr. Barry. Mr. Ber^n, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. John and Mr. Shust 



I he team rankcil ,l^ TDCAA Midget, 
■^ Junior, Senior, .md Overall Champions 
tor the twenty-first year m a row! Team 
members tliis year wx-re Micli.iel Anderson, 
Jerome .Arthur, Todd Blades, Nyk 
Blozou vki, Pexin Campbell, Joe Cappiello, 
Emile Faga, Ian Farquarson, Julian 
Flahhi, Mareo Gidaro, Brendan Charles, 
Gabe Urossi, Mike Hermanns, Daniel 
ladiapaolo, Mike Levine, Drew Masterson, 
Philip Procunier, Andrew Punzo, Michael 
Grella, Michael Hossack, Spencer Hurley, 
Jon Jang, Cdiris Lam, Miyuel Mangalindan, 
Tyriine Edwards, Robert Fortnum, Peter 
Gavin-Grit^en, Paul Levme, ,'\dam Miceli, 
X'Lkliinir Moisseykin, .Anthony Morris, 



Stephen Piirificati, Scott Quinn, Steven 
Ronan, Daniel Rosetti, Daniel ^X'olClk, 
Eric Canham, AUcssandro Cemuto, Chris 
Cerone, Charlie Houghton, Michael 
Killi.ui, Kell Lvnch, Mike Misterski, 
Ron.ild Scirahle, Nick Solda, Chris 
Vill.i, Robert Vitiillo, Jiide Voon, Mike 
.Adamovsky, Stetan Bilyk, Nick Cholodny, 
Lawrence Donegan, .Adrian Gibbons, 
Vince O'Neil, Michael Pace, Matt Reis, 
Matt Rossetti, Richard Ryan, Louis 
Santelli, Chris Smith, Carmen Staltan, 
Robert Sweancv, V'inay Femandes, 
Stephane Hethenngton, Connor Higgins, 
Philbert Ip, .Andrew McDon.ild, Tomame 
Oke, and Richard Zulys. 






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VOLLEYBALL 



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Coached h^ Mr. Fischer and Mr. Arseneau 




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CJooched by Mr. Vitullo and Mr. Jjtca 




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Aboud, Nicholas 
Ahlin, James 
Arruda, Adam 
Arthur, Alexander 
Arthur, Thomas 



Bautista, Lawrence 
Bernachi, Christopher 
Bookman, James 
Borgo, MarkAnthony 
Brackenborough, Sean 



Brewer, Jettrey 
Calero, Daniel 
Campbell, Jonathon 
Carrier, Michael 
Casinelli, Adam 
Cassidy, Matthew 
Charles, Austin 

Ciampa, Nicholas 
Clarke, Jesse 
Colavecchia, Michael 
Covello, Michael 
Crack, Matthew 
Crema, Jason 
DAnna, Michael 

D'Ercole, Michael 

Daly, Matthew 

Davis, Matthew 

De Medicis, David Michael 

Dejulio, Victor 

DesRoches, Alexander 

DiCosmo, Mario Alexander 

DiLorenzo, Matthew 
Drotos, Zachary 
Dunn, Maxwell 
Fabiano, Gianmarco 
Faulkner, John Ross 
Ferlisi, Carmelo 
Fieder, Andrew 

Fiheld, Brendan 
Firchuk, Adam 
Flabbi, Colin 
Frasca, Joseph 
Fultord, Nicholas 
Gaughan, Kevin 
Ciemmiti, Alessandro 

C)iampu::i, Peter 
Gillespie, Kyle 
Goncalves, Matthew 
Grhac, Peter 
Greco, Michael 
Haier, Brian 
Horoszczak, Cassian 



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Hurley, Ryan 

Joyce, Andrew 

Kavanagh, Thomas 

Kawa, Lucas 

Kelley, Peter 

Kelly, Christopher 

Kim-Swallow, Eli 

Kuhlmann, Michael 

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Mr. Michael Aquino 

Core IntcnncJiate, C^areer Studies, 

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Mr. Alain Arseneau b a b Ed 
Scince, .Mathcuuitics, Volleyball 

Mr. Paul Barry b a b Ed 

1 lisiorv (Department Head), Cross-Countr>' 



Mr. Francesco Bazzocchi ^ e Ed 
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Mrs. Anne Beiiissimo A BEd.MA 
French, Student Government 

Mr. Frank Bergin . . 

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Mr. Daniel Blaik 

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Mr. Wayne Clark .c . B Ed 

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Mr James Coghlan BSc.BEd. 
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Mrs. Anne Marie Cserer b a b Ed mts 
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Mrs. Irene Dankowycz bSc, B.Ed , M.Ed. 
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Mr. Christopher DePiero bphe, BEd, MEd 

Caml- hncrmediate, History, 

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Mr. Mario DePiero 

Design Technology-, St. Michael's Bu::ers (Assistant Coach) 

Mr. Gennaro Di Leo \ b Ed 
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Miss Anna Di Meglio b.a., B.Ed., ma 

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Mr. Nicola DiPinto a a , b Ed. 

French, Italian, lunior Soccer 

Mrs. Wanda Drapala a, B.Ed. 

1 llstotN, Tennis 



Mr. William Fifield bphe, BEd. 
Physical Educatum (Department Head) 

Mr. David Fischer a BEd, ma 
Theology, Philosophy (Co-Department Head), Volleyhall 

Mr. David Fitzpatrick a , b Ed 
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Mr. Alex Frescura 3 Kin., B.Ed., c s.t, d.m.t. 
Science, Team Therapist 

Rev. Patrick Fulton ; s b., b.a., B.Ed., M.Div. 
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Mr. Carl Geniole a, spec. 

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Mr. David Lee b a BEd 

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Mr. Peter Luca 
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Mr. Pasquale Mancuso 
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Ms. Muki Mandic 
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Mr. Eddy Narducci Sc. B.Ed 
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Mr. James Oatt a. fa., Dip. Music. B.Ed 
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Mr. Matthew Pagano b ph e BEd 
Core Intermediate, Mathematics, 
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Mr. Maurice Pasquali B a , B.Ed. 
Core Intermediate, Civics 



Mr. Paul Pietrkiewicz ' s BEd 
Music (Department Head), Drama 

Mrs. Louise Pignetti a ba BEd 

Art (Department Head), Drama 

Mr. Michael Quinn a a , BEd ,m a 

Theology, Green Council, 

Society for Justice, Stock Market Club 









Mr. Vaulton Reece ; a. 
Geography, Law, Basketball 

Mr. Frank Ribarich 3 Sc b Ed 

Mathematics, Science, Basketball, Baseball 

Mrs. Sanja Ribarich ba. 

Assistant Librarian 



Mr. Miko Romano e a b Ed 
Geography, Soccer 

Mr. Michael Ross : a , b Ed 
Mathematics 

Mrs. June Scandiffio 

English 









Mr George Shust b Sc , b Ed , ma 
Mathematics (Department Head), 
Computer Science, Cross-Countr\- 

Mr David Smyth i 
Mathematics, Math Club 

Mr David Tessaro l sc, BEd 

Science (Department Head), Basketball, Science Club 



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Mr. Ian Thompson ; Sc. a 3c 
Science, PhotoA iJeo Club 

Rev. Jefferson M. Thompson c 

'. - ilosophy, Theologv, English 

Mr. Frank Trentadue sa sej 
English, Careers 



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tAr. John Vella 5 Sc s Ed m o- 
Mathematics, Debacing 

Mr. Mark Viola 5 a Bed 
Visual Arts, Careers 

Mr. Enzo Vitullo -- Sc b Ed 
Science, \'olIeybalI 









Mr. John Walsh =--i ii-^ 

Science, Junior Hockey, Student Goverrunent Moderator 

Mr. Michael Zahra = Ei £ Cc'-- 

.Mathematics, Physical Education, Football, Wrestling 

AiAs. Barbara Zakowski 3 a b Es 

English, Art. Careers 



AAr. Anthony Zanardo i a. &Ed 
Geography, Economics, Soccer 

Rev. Cecil linger csB., a>., B.Ed. ST.a. a-ILCT 

Theology- 
Mr. Jeff Zovimir bph.e., b-EcJ., M.Ed 
Science, Ph>^ical Education, Basketball 



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Mr. Greg Paolini B b.a , m b a, B.Ed 
Director of Admissions and Scholarships 

Rev. Michael Lehman c. SB . B-A, BE; .\a. 

Director of Development, Chaplaincy, Buzzers' Chaplain 

Mr. Greg Hook 
Controller 



Mr. Michael De Pellegrin ^ ' 

Communications Otticer, Yearbook Moderator, 
Junior Hockey, Website Moderator, Archives 

Mrs. Kimberly Bailey 
Development Officer 

Mr. Stephen Bailey 
Treasurer 









Mr. Paul A. Thomson f.i.c.b. 
Human Resources Manager 

Mr. Dan Prendergast 

-Akimni Aftair.- Othcer 

Rev. Norman Fitzpatrick 

rarent.>' .AsstKiatKin 



Rev. Leonard Kennedy 

Archivist 

Mrs. Dianne Levine R n. 
School Store Manager, Special Events, Ski Team 





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Mr Giancarlo Mazzanti babEc) 
Direcu)r ot Guidance 

Mrs. Margaret DeCourcy a ph e , B Ed , m Ed 
Guidance, Duke ot Edinburgh, DAAC 

Mr. Paul Forbes BEd. 

1 director ot Athletics, Guidance, Senior Football 



Mr. Rodu Ghitescu 
M.I.S. 

Mr. Adrian Bucur 
Assistant M.I.S. 





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Ms. Kerri Crawford 

Receptionist, Secretary 

Mrs. Cathy DiNunzio 

Secretary to the i're.^ident and Principal 

Ms. Marilyn Furgiuele 

Secretary to the Direclor ot Admissions 



Mrs. Mary Jane Irving 

Guidance Secretary 

Ms Erica McKerrall 
Accounts Payable 

Mrs. Marie Mendonco 
Receptionist, Secretary 






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Mrs. Marianne Ottavino 
■Attendance Secretary 

Ms. Ruth Vasquez 
Receptionist, Secretary 



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Rev. Leo Burns ess ba . BEd , stb, ma, m.l.s. 
Deb;irinL:. Archen', Public Speaking 

Rev. James Enright cs.B, ba, m.a. 
Intramural Hockev 



Mr. Mike Miras 

Maintenance 

Mr, Tharma Nagalingham 
Maintenanee 

Mr. Joe Rendaci 
Grounds Superintendent 






Mr. Bill Smith 
Plant Manager 

Mr. Ian Smith 

^enlor Building Operator 




Mr. Robert Tunney ■ fa., c.i.t 
Arena Manager 

Mr. Steve Tunney 
Assistant Arena Manager 







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