Halton students fared well at last week’s Skills Ontario competition at the Toronto Congress Centre with 32 finishing in the top five in various categories.
The competition was fierce, with 2,300 students from elementary schools, high schools and colleges across Ontario vying for first place in nearly 70 skilled trades and technologies contests. It’s the largest skilled trades and technology competition in Canada.
In the secondary school competitions, four students — Luca Patrick, Aidan Kolosky and the team of Ofer Weis and Matthew Wilson — won their division.
In the elementary school competitions, two four-person teams finished second and two other foursomes finished fourth and fifth in their respective divisions.