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Tec-Voc High School would like to congratulate all our students whom participated in this years Skills Manitoba.
Below is a listing of all our medal winners!
Jasmine Perez - Architectural Technology and Design
Ivanna Sanderson - Job Search
Eh Htee Soe - Precision Machining (PS)
Fiona David - Graphics (S)
Aye Min (Jack) Nai - Graphics (PS)
Bernal Delos Santos - Graphics (S)
Elijah Chipalata - Graphics (PS)
Faye Dosado and Anjanelle Aco - 3D Character Animation
Rozen Nina Figurasin - Architectural Technology and Design
Andrea Cantor - Mechanical CADD
Kiara Esperitu-Magundayao - Baking
Hannah Barnbrook - Photography (S)
Christian Payumo - Web Design and Development
Audrey Bongar - Graphics
Rowan Vermette-Furst - IT Software Solutions for Business
Cybelle Comia - Architectural Technology and Design
Drake Kennedy and Brandon Mah - Mobile Robotics
Tyson Schenkeveld - Photography (PS)
Michael Go - Web Design and Development
Think Green, Act Gold, Be A Hornet!
Tec-Voc first participated in the provincial Skills Canada competition during the 1997-1998 school year. In the ensuing twenty-one years students from Tec-Voc have participated in significant numbers and have regularly won many medals. In only two years since 200-2001 has Tec-Voc not won the largest number of medals of any school in Manitoba. The students have been very successful at the national competition winning a significant number of medals including several gold as the best competitor in the country. Overall since the 2001 provincial competition 782 Tec-Voc students have participated. Since the initial provincial competition in 1998, 152 students have won gold medals, 131 have won silver medals and 125 have won bronze medals. At the national Skills Canada competition 145 Tec-Voc students have represented Manitoba with 18 winning gold medals, 32 winning silver medals and 11 winning bronze medals. During the 2008-2009 school year two Tec-Voc students were the first high school students from Canada to perform at the World Skills competition.