On Tuesday, April 23rd The York School robotics and programming club competed in a robotics competition at St. Andrews College.
It is universally recognized that technology greatly influences our lives, both locally and globally. Not only does it affect business and government, but on an individual level, it provides tools for improving the lives of many people. This year St. Andrew’s College offered lightweight Soccer at the secondary level and three versions of the Rescue Challenge at both the primary and secondary levels.
Shoutouts to the following students for sharing and demonstrating their learning with us: Amelia Ellis, Kumkum Anugopal, Eric Pinkerton, Stuart Boyden, Eve Raby, Mysha Gilani, Shelly Finkelstein, Nithin Prasad, Edward Laposata, Tony Song and Avery Moorhead. Congratulations to Stu Boyden and Eric Pinkerton for placing 2nd in the Maze Competition. We are excited to continue our learning journey in STEM and join future RoboCup competitions in the next school year.
Canada's first co-educational independent IB World School The York School is a co-educational JK to Grade 12 independent school located in the heart of Toronto. The York School was founded in 1965 and is the first school in Canada accredited to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) from junior kindergarten (JK) to university entrance. As an IB World School, The York School's motto is Experientia Docet or Experience Teaches.