Cardinal Leger S.S Student Awards
Students are considered for Honour Roll if they have completed a full-time timetable with an 80% average in both semesters. Only marks from courses taken in day school will be used. The marks will be multiplied by the credit value of each course. (e.g., Civics/Careers would be multiplied by ½). Students receive an Honour Roll certificate at awards night. Their names will appear in the display board in the great hall.
Students may be designated an Ontario Scholar if they obtain an aggregate of at least 480 marks in any combination of six grade 12 university preparation, grade 12 university/college preparation, grade 12 college preparation, grade 12 college preparation, grade 12 workplace preparation, and/or grade 12 open courses. A candidate’s marks shall be multiplied by the credit value of the course.
Students graduating from Cardinal Leger Secondary School are eligible for a number of certificates, awards, and scholarships.
This year the following are offered:
Awards Offered That DO REQUIRE an Application
- Leger Lancer Spirit Award
- Canadian Federation of University Women (Brampton)
- Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Volunteerism
- Rotary Club of Brampton South
Please see the Red Binder in Guidance for application details.
Awards Offered That DO NOT REQUIRE an Application
Lorne Howcroft Award: Presented to a graduating student who has demonstrated leadership in the area of peace-making and social justice within the school community.
Edward King Award: Presented to a graduating student who has demonstrated excellence and leadership in the school program.
University of Toronto Book Award: Presented to a graduating student who has demonstrated superior academic performance, original and creative thought and exceptional achievement in a broad context.
Thomas .J. Reilly Award: Presented to a graduating student who has demonstrated excellence in the studies of a modern language.
Cardinal Leger Secondary School Dramatic Arts Award: Presented to a graduating student who has demonstrated exceptional involvement & dedication to the Dramatic Arts Program.
Brampton City Hall Ward Councilors Award: Presented to a graduating student who will be entering either an apprenticeship or trade program after graduation.
Brampton Arts Council: Presented to a graduating student who demonstrates a high level of achievement in Arts, Music or Drama
Governor General’s Metal for Academic Excellence: Presented to the graduating student with the highest average in the graduating class.
Knights Of Columbus: Presented to two students who have demonstrated a high degree of Catholic/Christian Leadership in the school.