Saltus students on fact-finding trip
A group of Saltus Grammar School students have travelled to Canada to look at potential universities.
The annual trip by senior year students is aimed at helping help them explore different options for further education.
They left Bermuda on Saturday and will visit 16 universities including Queen’s University, the University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, and the University of Waterloo this week.
“It is an intensive week,” college counsellor, Tanja Walker, said. “But most importantly the students do get a chance to see for themselves the universities they might go to which in turn helps them make informed choices.”
The 29 students, who are being accompanied by teachers, are due back in Bermuda on Sunday.
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