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Skills Ontario Competitions

(UPDATED - May 3rd/2017)

Congratulations to our BCN Skills Ontario Competitors and their staff moderators on their fantastic performance at the Provincial Competition.


  • Eve Cairns (Ms. Nowlan) won a Silver Medal in the Fashion Design competition and will represent BCN and Ontario at the Skills Canada Competition in Winnipeg.
  • Sabrina LoPresti and Jeffrey Villanueva (Mr. Potts) won a Bronze Medal in the Robotics and Control Systems competition.
  • Thomas Del Mundo and Joshua Parial-Bolusan (Mr. Scinocca) placed well in the Coding and Programming competition.

Eve Cairns - Silver Medal, Fashion Design

Sabrina LoPresti & Jeffery Villanueva - Bronze Medal, Robotics & Control Systems

Joshua Parial-Bolusan  &  Thomas Del Mundo  -  Coding and Programming

The Toronto Catholic District School Board for the second year in a row, has been awarded the Skills Canada School Board Award of Distinction.  The TCDSB won two Gold medals, three Silver medals, and six Bronze medals. Two of our medal winners (BCN's Eve Cairns) will now be moving on to Winnipeg, Manitoba to compete in the Skills Canada National Competition in early June, 2017.Team-Photo-2017.gif


TCDSB Skills Ontario Competition

(posted March 2017)

Congratulations to our TCDSB Skills Ontario Competition winners and staff advisors. 

  • Fashion Design  - Eve Cairns (Ms. Nowlan)
  • Robotics and Control Systems - Sabrina LoPresti and Jeffrey Villanueva (Mr. Potts)
  • Coding and Programming - Thomas Del Mundo and Joshua Parial-Bolusan (Mr. Scinocca)

They will represent the TCDSB at this year Skills Ontario Provincials, May 1st & 2nd at the Toronto Congress Centre. 


    Eve Cairns

    Sabrina LoPresti and Jeffrey Villanueva

    Thomas Del Mundo and Joshua Parial-Bolusan

Right-click to view a copy of the Skills Ontario Program Guide.pdfSkills Ontario Program Guide.pdf

Skills Ontario Competition - Secondary

Taking place May 1-3 , 2017, at the Toronto Congress Centre. The Skills Ontario Competition is Canada's largest skilled trade and technology competition. The Competition offers a unique opportunity for top students to demonstrate that they are the best of the best in their field. Over the two and a half days, they turn the heads of their educators, family, friends and prospective employers. Winners are awarded with Gold, Silver or Bronze medals - and some with monetary awards, too - and the opportunity to compete at the Skills Canada National Competition.  From there, competitors could be headed to a WorldSkills Competition.