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ACPI/CAIT video contest winners

Several OCSB high school students have been awarded bursaries from the University of Ottawa for their video submissions to the Canadian Association of Immersion Teachers (ACPI/CAIT) and their annual contest open to grade 9-12 French immersion students across Canada. This year's theme was "Democracy" as an essential element of our Canadian culture.

Students from across Canada submitted their video creations for this annual contest. The videos were required to be 90 seconds in length with a focus on a particular theme. This year's theme was "Democracy" as an essential element of our Canadian culture.

As people around the world demand that their democratic rights be heard and listened to, students were invited to reveal their dream for democracy in Canada , its qualities, essential attributes, its venerable institutions, the responsibilities it imposes on Canadians ... all in a 90-second video! Students from Sacred Heart High School and All Saints High School are to be congratulated for their great accomplishments. 

Un bouquet de mercis aux professeurs pour leur soutient et dévouement

Second place - awarded $8,000 bursaries from the University of Ottawa::

The following students have also been awarded $4,000 bursaries from the University of Ottawa for their video submissions:

  • Kelsey Black, All Saints Catholic High School
  • Isabelle Pigeon, All Saints Catholic High School
  • Jessa-Rae Villena, All Saints Catholic High School

Azka Choudhry, of All Saints Catholic High School

Anna Cutland and Dana Barkley, of Sacred Heart High School