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Fifteen students from five different schools in the Surrey School District will be spending a month at various universities across Canada after being selected for the SHAD summer enrichment and entrepreneurship program.
SHAD is a program focused on science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) and provides an opportunity for students in Grades 10-12 to spend a month at a Canadian university, interacting with faculty and leaders, and participating in activities and workshops.
The students, from Semiahmoo, Fraser Heights, North Surrey, SAIL and Fleetwood Park secondary schools, will also be challenged to come up with an original solution to a national societal problem that they'll be presented with during their first week.
Nearly 1,000 students from across the country were selected to attend SHAD this summer. The program runs July 1-27.
Here are the Surrey students selected and where they'll spend the month of July:
Lindley Bishop, Grade 10 – University of Waterloo
Kevin Chen, Grade 11 – Lakehead University
Jensen Gillett, Grade 11 – Dalhousie University
Cecilia Kim, Grade 11 – Carleton University
Shamus Li, Grade 10 – University of Calgary
Louie Lu, Grade 11 -- McMaster University
Jenny Mei, Grade 11 – Western University
Surrey Academy of Innovative Learning (SAIL)
Jesse Pound, Grade 10 – Ryerson University
Fraser Heights Secondary
Roy Guo, Grade 11 – University of Saskatchewan
Fawzan Hussain, Grade 10 – Western University
Eli Lee, Grade 11 – Queen's University
Danny Liu, Grade 11 – Dalhousie University
Lucy Yan, Grade 11 – University of New Brunswick
North Surrey Secondary
Adi Poluri, Grade 11 – Queen's University
Fleetwood Park Secondary
Terence Sun, Grade 11 – University of New Brunswick