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Alex Presta

EPP Students Visit Compass Group

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Meet and Greet with Compass Group The students from the Elite Pathway Partnership (EPP) Program proudly represented Columbia International College (CIC) last Wednesday, April 4th during a business visit to Compass Group: Chartwells. The EPP students were fortunate enough to be greeted by the Senior Vice President of Sales, Ms. Nancy Zuccarelii, and the President of Chartwells, Mr. Ashton Sequeira. …

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University Visits at CIC

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University Visits CIC was honored to have an array of Universities visit the campus this past month.  The Universities had the opportunity to meet potential students, and share important information about their campuses and student life. On behalf of Columbia International College, we would like to share our deepest thanks and gratitude to the Universities below: Click on the name…

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Mount Allison University Visits CIC

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Special Welcome to Mount Allison University! CIC would like to share a warm welcome to Mount Allison University, who visited our campus this afternoon (November 10).  The visit was a great opportunity for students to ask the University about their programs, classrooms experience, student life, etc. Mount Allison has been ranked #1 in the primarily undergraduate category in the 2018…

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Elite Pathway Partnership Program

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New Partnership Program with the University of Toronto The University of Toronto (U of T), officially welcomed the partnership between Columbia International College (CIC) this past Thursday evening. The Elite Pathway Partnership Program (EPPP) is the only official partnership recognized by the University. What is the Elite Pathway Program? The EPPP program is designed for high academic achievers at CIC. …

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Happy Halloween CIC!

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Halloween Costume Contest CIC staff and students embraced the Halloween spirit by dressing in costumes for the day!  Students were not afraid to show off their creativity with their costumes, as they bravely competed in the Halloween Contest.  Results will be posted by the student council next week. Take a look at the pictures below to judge for yourself!  What…

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Halloween Dance Photos!

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Halloween Dance: October 27 The annual CIC Halloween Dance hosted by Student Development, took place on Friday October 27th in the Ainsliewood Gym.  Students showed up in full costume to dance the night away!  This was a great opportunity for students to get in the Halloween spirit and make new friends in a fun environment. Halloween Pictures from the Photo…

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Pumpkin Carving Contest

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Pumpkins have arrived and are ready for pick up! Pumpkins are now available for the homeroom classrooms interested in participating the pumpkin carving competition!  Pick up your pumpkin today at the main office.  Pumpkins are to be carved and ready for display at the Student Development office by Friday October 27th.   The top 3 homeroom classes will receive a prize…

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University Tours for Students!

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University tours in October provided by Columbia! The University Placement Office (UPO), will be offering University Tours to their students for the month of October.  The tours will be taking place at different University campuses every week. Students will have the great opportunity to tour the following Universities this month: University of Toronto (U of T) St. George Campus on…

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JMS Students at Bark Lake

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JMS Students experience Bark Lake October 14 – 18 15 Junior Middle School (JMS) students had the opportunity to stay at Bark Lake. a 700 acre leadership and conference center located in Irondale, Ontario. The purpose of their 5 day, 4 night stay at Bark Lake, was to take their existing curriculum and transform it into an unforgettable outdoor learning…

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