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Royal St. George's College

Annual Report




Royal St. George’s College is dedicated to developing life-long Georgians. RSGC is an independent university preparatory school which provides a stimulating and supportive environment, grounded in Christian values and dedicated to instilling in boys the knowledge, skill and adaptability to live a balanced, purposeful and happy life.

Scientia Pietate – Through Knowledge and Duty Manners Maketh Men

Known and Loved

Royal St. George’s College 120 Howland Ave. Toronto M5R 3B5 416.533.9481

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Royal St. George’s College Board of Governors 2011-12

Message from the Chair

Ruth Woods Chair


y first year as Chair of this great school has flown by in a whirlwind of activity and change. You have all seen the beautiful new campus as it emerges from our much loved tarmac. This transformation is a very visible sign of the vibrancy of our Board and Senior Leadership Team. In a world where change is constant, RSGC is pushing boundaries and taking boys’ education to the next level. In July 2011, we welcomed Stephen Beatty ’86 as our new Headmaster – the first alumnus in the history of the College to lead the school. Steve’s deep attachment to RSGC and his continuous involvement through the

Alumni Association and Board allowed us to undertake projects in his first year that are unheard of in good governance circles. The Board was unwavering in its resolve to push the vision forward because, in addition to Steve’s exceptional leadership, we continue to place implicit trust in Paul O’Leary, Assistant Headmaster, and the other members of the Senior Leadership Team. I am particularly proud of what our Board has accomplished over the last 12 months. After the defining moment when we came together to approve the campus redevelopment project, the Board and Senior Management have worked tirelessly to deliver on this vision. Under the skilled watch of Facilities Committee Chair Michael Barker, Past Chair Tye Farrow and CFO Andrew Whiteley, the project has been a huge success. It is clear that the new academic and recreational space allows our staff to enhance the curriculum and enrich the lives and learning of our boys. Our Honouring the Past | Building Our Future Campaign is the first major fundraising campaign the College has ever undertaken. Advancement Committee Co-Chairs Guy Burry ’77 and Wanda Ho have exceeded expectations in providing leadership and support to all the campaign staff and volunteers. As a result, we are delighted by the participation and generosity of our community stakeholders – including 100% support from faculty and staff. With the redevelopment and Campaign in good shape, the Board is turning its attention to strategic planning in 2012-2013. Shelly Haber, the Strategic Planning Committee Chair,

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will be working closely with Steve and other stakeholders to develop a five-year visionary strategic plan. In a year when all eyes are on the project, it is easy to overlook the great work done by other Board members and committees. In addition to the invaluable advice and support I received from Vice-Chair Paul Clark ’85, I would like to acknowledge the superb work done by Finance Committee Chair Cathy Bateman; Governance Chair Tony Caldwell, who took on the thankless task of reviewing our by-laws; and Bruce MacLaren, who volunteered to be the second set of eyes on our risk management policies. As I end my first year as Chair of RSGC, I am filled with mixed emotions. I was a parent at the school for the last ten years and watched my son, Derek, learn, grow and excel in an environment that supported and celebrated him through the ups and downs of growing up. He is the man he is today because he had the opportunity to compete hard at sports, sing in the choir, learn from his friends and connect personally with teachers and staff. As Tom and I watched him graduate in June – as a lifer – we couldn’t have been more proud. I am sad that our journey through the school together is over, but thrilled that he is forever a Georgian and I am still involved in this wonderful place that we both call home.

Ruth Woods Chair

OFFICERS Ms. Ruth Woods – Chair Mr. Tye Farrow – Past Chair Mr. Paul Clark ’85 – Vice Chair Ms. Cathy Bateman – Treasurer, Finance and Audit Committee Chair Mr. Stephen Beatty ’86 – Headmaster Mr. Andrew Whiteley – Chief Financial Officer, Board Secretary BOARD MEMBERS Mr. Michael Barker – Facility Committee Chair Mr. Guy Burry ’77 – Advancement Committee Co-Chair Mr. J. Anthony Caldwell – Nominating and Governance Committee Chair Mr. Bruce Chapple ’87 – Alumni Representative Mr. James Crossland Ms. Kimberly Cudney – Georgian Parents’ Guild Representative Ms. Shelly Haber – Strategic Planning Committee Chair  Ms. Wanda Ho – Advancement Committee Co-Chair  Mr. Sheldon Inwentash Ms. Molly Johnson Mr. Robert Keilty ’81 Mr. Bruce MacLaren Mr. Jesse Parker ’01 – Clergy

(Effective October 2011)

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Our Board Members

Paul M. Clark ’85

Ruth Woods Ruth Woods is COO for Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, one of Canada’s leading business law firms. She has over 20 years of executive experience in investment banking and professional services management. At Osler, she is responsible for managing the operations of the firm, including finance, marketing, IS, talent management and facilities. Ruth was Vice Chair of the Board at the Bishop Strachan School and past Chair of the BSS Foundation. Her son Derek graduated with the Class of 2012.

Michael Barker As Chair of the Facility Committee, Michael oversees capital spending and the campus redevelopment. Michael had a long career as a principal and owner of Helyar and Associates and more recently at the Altus Group where he was Executive President of the Cost Consulting Group. With over 27 years of experience in the development and construction industry, he has a wealth of experience and practical knowledge of planning, financing and project execution. His son Emmett is in Grade 11. Cathy Bateman Cathy is a Vice Chair at Deloitte and a member of the Board, which provides 6 Royal St. George’s College 2011-12 Annual Report

oversight to the CEO and Executive Management. Previously, she held the positions of Managing Partner, Industries and the Financial Services Industry leader for Canada. Cathy has 30 years of public accounting, audit and professional service experience with Deloitte and its predecessor firms since joining Deloitte in England with a math degree from Oxford. She is also a Director of the Canadian Stage Company Board. Her son Gregory is in Grade 10. Guy Burry ’77 Guy Burry is Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Tenth Power Technologies Corp. He was elected to the RSGC Board in 2006 and is entering the final year of his term. Co-Chair of the Capital Campaign, Guy served on the Facility Committee and is Chair of the St. George’s College

Foundation. He brings significant board-level experience within the financial services, software development, manufacturing and environmentally compatible technology sectors. His son Owen is in Grade 12. J. Anthony Caldwell J. Anthony Caldwell, parent of Julian 2010, is a litigation lawyer at Caldwell Barristers, a boutique corporate litigation firm in Toronto, with a strong interest in governance. He is the former chair of the Board of Governors of OCAD University and is a current member of the Board of Governors of Groves Memorial Hospital where he chaired the Governance Committee from 2008 until 2012. Bruce Chapple ’87 Bruce Chapple ’87 is a partner with McMillan LLP, specializing in business law with a focus on mergers and acquisitions and private equity. He is regularly a member of the board of directors on portfolio companies for private equity investors. Bruce has a B.Sc. Econ. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an LL.B. from U of T. His two sons attend RSGC: Devin (Grade 4) and Spencer (Grade 6).

Paul Clark, Executive Vice President, TD Bank Group; President and CEO, TD Auto Finance, has built an extensive career at TD that spans across the Bank’s businesses including retail and commercial banking, internal audit, as well as TD Securities. Paul began his TD career in 1983 as a part-time Customer Service Rep. In 2006, he was recognized as one of Canada’s “Top 40 Under 40.” Paul also sits on the Board of the Toronto Children’s Aid Foundation. His son Matthew is in Grade 11. James Crossland James Crossland is Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Kinross Gold Corporation. In this role he is responsible for all major project permitting, government relations, corporate responsibility, environmental and corporate communications functions. He is a former Director of Cancer Care Ontario and the Canada-Eurasia Russia Business Association. James was appointed to the RSGC Board of Governors in 2011. He is a member of the Strategic Planning Committee and is Chair of the ad hoc Communications Committee of the Board. His son James is in Grade 6. Kimberly Cudney A member of the Board since 2010, Kimberly Cudney is Past President of the Guild. She sits on the Finance Committee and the Strategic

Planning Committee. She is a Director and board member of the ArtHeart Community Art Centre, and the Bermudiana Foundation of Canada, and is a committee member of the Curators’ Circle Committee for the AG0. With over 20 years of service in Canadian Capital Markets, Kimberly was a Director for Scotia Capital Markets until 2006. Her two sons are both Georgians: Fielding (Grade 12) and Will (Class of 2012). Tye Farrow Tye Farrow is Senior Partner at Farrow Partnership Architects, a firm with projects across North America, the Caribbean, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. He has gained international recognition for the design of public and private sector buildings that enhance active health. His business is committed to advancing a more resilient and prosperous society through the design of spaces that nurture physical, mental and social well-being. Tye’s son Brendan graduated with the Class of 2012. Shelly Haber Shelly Haber consults independently to a diverse group of clients in the Canadian Health Care System. She received a BA at McMaster University (1981) and an MHSc at the University of Toronto (1984), specializing in Health Administration. Since graduation, she has worked in national and provincial settings, including hospitals, government, health care associations and agencies with an interest in stakeholder relations, planning and policy development. Her son Stephen is in Grade 12.

Wanda Ho Wanda Ho practised as a Chartered Accountant until she “retired” to become a fulltime mother. She was previously an Audit Manager at KPMG. She has served on the Boards of North York General Hospital and St. Clement’s School where she was Chair of Finance and Treasurer. Wanda also served as Chair of Finance and Treasurer of RSGC and is now Co-Chair of the Capital Campaign. She is a volunteer mentor for The Toronto Fashion Incubator and was a member of the Campaign Cabinet of The Royal Conservatory of Music. Her son Kjell graduated with the Class of 2012. Sheldon Inwentash Sheldon Inwentash is Chairman, CEO and Founder of Pinetree Capital Ltd., a leading international venture capital firm in the resource industry. Sheldon began his investing career while still working to attain his CA designation in 1981 and has been successfully investing in the resource market for most of his career. He is strongly committed to supporting children, youth and education. Sheldon is a long-time supporter of the Children’s Aid Foundation, focusing his attention on supporting students in continuing to post-secondary education. His son Jakson graduated with the Class of 2012.

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Message from the Headmaster

Our Board Members (cont.) photo: George Whiteside

Molly Johnson Molly Johnson has earned her reputation as one of Canada’s greatest voices with her luscious interpretations of jazz and blues standards. In 2008, the Juno Award and National Jazz Award winner was honoured with becoming an Officer of The Order Of Canada. In 2012, Molly was presented with the Queen’s Jubilee medal. She is the host of CBC Radio 2’s weekend morning program. She has two sons at RSGC: Otis (Grade 10) and Henry (Grade 7). Robert Keilty ’81 Robert Keilty is COO and President, Toronto Corporate Practice for HUB International HKMB Limited, one of Canada’s leading insurance brokerages. At HUB HKMB he is responsible for managing the company’s corporate practice, encompassing such areas as auto dealers, manufacturing, life sciences, sport & entertainment, and construction. Robert is a past Chair of the RSGC Board; Chair, Dan Management & Organizational Studies Advisory Council at the University of Western Ontario; and sits on the Board of Governors for the Royal Ontario Museum. His son Jack graduated with the Class of 2010.

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Bruce MacLaren As Senior Vice President, Group Risk Management – Credit, Bruce MacLaren is responsible for the Royal Bank’s risk management interface with RBC Capital Markets and Canadian Banking platforms. He is the senior risk officer for the strategic management of counterparty risk analysis and credit approval for health care, diversified, retail, consumer, funds, insurance, finance, pharmaceutical companies, sponsored leverage buy-outs and US municipal finance. Since 1987, he has held various positions in client-facing roles in corporate banking, corporate finance, loan syndications and market management. Bruce’s son Braeden is in Grade 9. Jesse Parker ’01 The Rev. Jesse Parker is an Anglican priest currently appointed as the Assistant Curate of the Church of St. Andrew, Scarborough. Jesse is an RSGC Old Boy (’01) and former member of the faculty (2007-2008). He completed both his undergraduate and divinity degrees at Trinity College, Toronto. During his time as a student, he was extensively involved in student politics at Trinity and in the wider university.

Stephen Beatty ’86 In 2011, Stephen Beatty became the College’s sixth Headmaster. Steve’s association with RSGC began in 1976 as a Grade 4 student. A Lifer graduate of 1986, Steve served as President of the Alumni Association from 20002002 and as Governor on the RSGC Board from 2003-2010. Before returning to RSGC as Headmaster, Steve was the Head of School at Montcrest from 2006-2011. In September 2012, Steve added RSGC Parent to his credentials when his son Jack entered Grade 3 at the College. Andrew Whiteley Andy Whiteley has been at RSGC since 1997, bringing with him skills developed over a 14-year career as Director of Finance & Operations at Ridley College. His RSGC portfolio is comprised of Finance and Facilities. Designated as a Certified General Accountant in 1981, Andy has served as Treasurer of the Board, Bannockburn School and Montessori Jewish Day School. He is currently a Director of the Bannockburn School Foundation and of Global Payments Financial Corporation.

Stephen Beatty Headmaster

Dear Fellow Georgians,


he 2011/12 school year was certainly the year of construction at the College. The boys returned to school in September to find the whole of their beloved “tarmac” had been replaced by an enormous pit. Limited outdoor space coincided with healthy enrolment numbers so we had a lot of boys with very little space to run off their energy. In true Georgian fashion, the boys adapted to, and even embraced, their surroundings. RSGC traditions such as wall-ball games and the ball

hockey league evolved and thrived, undeterred by the physical limitations of the campus. Such is the stuff of our Georgians. The metaphor of construction and building was woven through the fabric of the College in 2011-12. The so-called Mini-Dig project continued over the course of the year with our new facilities and outdoor space taking shape. Not since the completion of Founders’ Hall in 1972, housing our gymnasium, library and Senior School classrooms, has the College been so transformed by a visionary building project. The next generations of Georgians will enjoy a campus that truly reflects our great school. After the devastating fire of 2010, our Chapel was also returned to full use in September 2011. Weekly Evensong services bringing together all of our students from Grades 3 to 12 is an important RSGC tradition. Following the restoration, the Chapel is truly magnificent; I encourage all Georgians to make sure they see our crown jewel for themselves. The restoration project received an Honourable Mention in the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario Awards of Excellence and was opened to the public as part of Doors Open Toronto. Building for the future requires the financial support of all members of our community. Our Honouring our Past | Building our Future Campaign is the largest capital Campaign in the history of the College. I’ve had the opportunity to speak with a number of current families, alumni and alumni families about the impact the College has on young men and their desire to give back to the school at this time. Of particular note is the participation of 100% of our faculty

and staff in the campaign – a remarkable statement of Georgian values. As we approach the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the College, a milestone that we will celebrate in September 2014 and throughout the 2014-15 school year, RSGC continues to thrive and to build for the future. On a personal note, I am so grateful for the welcome I received from the community during my first year as Headmaster. Thirty-five years after I entered the school as a student, I had the pleasure of sitting down behind Jack Wright’s desk as Headmaster. The same values that have shaped my own life continue to ring true at RSGC. It has been quite remarkable for me to come home again. Here’s to the future of our College!

Stephen Beatty ’86 Headmaster

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Message from the President of the Georgian Parents’ Guild

Kimberly Cudney President


n behalf of the entire Georgian Parents’ Guild, I am pleased to report on the achievements over the 2011-2012 school year by a team of well over 150 volunteers who have committed their time, energy and talents to support the school all year long. We are in a healthy position to meet our commitment to the Capital Campaign for the next fiscal year. We have contributed $100,000 towards our campaign commitment of $250,000 and are again in a position to contribute towards our gift. Congratulations again to all of

the Guild Executives who have worked tirelessly raising funds for our school. One important initiative this year was the comprehensive review of our Constitution and by-laws, our Guild Portfolios and our Code of Conduct. We hosted a working meeting offsite with a majority of the Guild Executive present. It also afforded us the opportunity to review each portfolio and examine how we operate within the frameworks of both the Guild and the College. Another major initiative was the rebuilding of our website. Gail Graham led the work with Laurie Alpern to redesign our web presence. The new Guild pages will give the community access to every area of the Guild. Our hope is that the new site will assist parents, staff and faculty to better understand the Guild’s role and their opportunities to participate. This increased transparency around our roles, responsibilities and process will be a big win for the entire community. Throughout the year, we worked with Lynne Dalgleish on rebranding. At the end of the process, we ratified a new logo for the Guild that will accompany all of our correspondence. Our knight’s name is George and when you see him, you can be sure it is a Guild initiative! I give thanks to Marilyn Beatty, Carolyn Cullen, Gail Graham and Sharron Mollenhauer, this fiscal year’s High Five, whose council and talents are unparalleled. And of special note, warm thanks to Past President Sharron Mollenhauer for her constant support and guidance throughout the year. Also, congratulations to Sharron and Sarah Hillyer for creating a very successful and magical Mistletoe Market amid construction.

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Message from the President of the Alumni Association

On behalf of the High Five and Executive, please accept our heartfelt thanks to all Georgian parents, both current and past, for participating in our fairs, concerts, sales and socials. Royal St. George’s is a very special school and a strong community and I feel very fortunate to be a part of it.

Kimberly Cudney, President The Georgian Parents’ Guild

Sandy Gibson President, RSGCAA


he Royal St. George’s College Alumni Association is supported by a committed group of staff and volunteers who each bring different skills and interests to the table, and all share a passion for RSGC. It has been an honour to work with the Executive Committee for five years and to serve as President for the last two. Many of our best events come from a collaboration between RSGC staff and alumni. In 2010, Charles Fowler ’86 and Doug Jamieson informed us that Rob Gleadow ’03 and Dr. Jim Leatch were performing in the Canadian Opera Chorus’ rendition of Mozart’s The Magic Flute.

Bernard von Bieberstein ’97 organized A Georgian Evening at the Opera, where more than 35 alumni ate dinner with Rob, attended the performance, enjoyed a backstage tour of the Four Seasons Centre and attended the post-performance celebration for the singers. We lost two of our faculty in the last five years. The Georgian community came out to show its spirit and celebrate the lives of each man, reminding me why RSGC is such a great community. Richard Holdsworth was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2007. His close friend and fellow faculty member Janet Somerville worked behind the scenes to ensure the perfect celebration of his life. The “Roast of Richard Holdsworth” was born. Over 100 staff and alumni came from as far as Calgary and NYC to roast Richard. Over $20,000 was raised to endow the RSGC Senior Drama Department with an annual bursary in Richard ’s name for a student to spend his summer working with a local theatre company.  Gage Love was one of RSGC’s longest serving teachers and a favourite of many alumni. When Gage passed away, he requested that his funeral be held in the RSGC Chapel, which was filled beyond capacity. Stephen Beatty ’86 asked to dedicate the 2011 Old Boys’ Dinner to his memory, while the Class of 1986, celebrating its 25th reunion, announced an initial pledge of $150,200 to name the new Ball Hockey Tarmac in Gage’s memory. The Class of ’86 challenged other graduating years to also consider this a challenge. One of the most exciting areas in which the RSGCAA has developed over the last five years is its role as a network for the mentoring and professional development of current students

and young alumni. Lead by Alex Edmison ’02, RSGCAA mentoring programs have expanded to include a speed mentoring event for students each fall, a mentoring and networking event to connect young alumni with other alumni in their field each spring, and ad hoc meetings of Georgian alumni in industries like real estate and finance. This year, the RSGCAA launched its newest initiative, Georgian Orientation, under the leadership of Sepehr Banai ’09. In February, young alumni from various universities met with graduating students to give them a candid review of their university experience. The RSGCAA is a young organization with the potential to grow into one that enriches the lives of all RSGC students, parents, staff and alumni. We hope to continue the growth of our mentoring and networking activities; advance the Georgian Opportunities Fund started by Past President Jamie Lint ’98; and provide new opportunities to connect alumni with athletic events like the RSGCAA Squash Tournament, future artistic and cultural events like A Georgian Evening at the Opera, and family and social events like the RSGC Hockey Night.  I hope you will not only attend these events, but also encourage your friends and families to become active members of the RSGC community. May the RSGCAA enrich your lives as much as it has mine. Thank you for the opportunity to serve as RSGCAA President. 

Sincerely, Sandy Gibson ’01

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2011-2012 award recipients The Acolyte Award – Presented annually to the Head Server: Anthony Mariano The Andrew Drillis Award – Given in memory of Andrew Drillis, who was tragically killed during the summer after his Grade 12 year. This award is presented to the student who has demonstrated great enthusiasm for the school’s extra curricular program: Max Holzberg The Barry Pepper Memorial Award – The award is given to a member of the graduating class to support his educational ambitions. The recipient will excel academically, and through his achievements, will have enhanced the reputation of the College: Zachary Crooks The Carol Lucas Memorial Award – Awarded in memory of Carol Lucas, a longtime parent, guild member and friend of RSGC. This award is presented annually to a student entering his graduating year who is considered to be an exemplary ambassador of the College: Graeme Buchanan The Chairman’s Award – Presented to the graduating student who excels in integrity, dependability, resourcefulness and initiative: Michael Baldanza & Kjell Pladsen

Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards – The Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards are comprised of four components: community service, physical activity, a skill, and an expedition. Students can earn awards at the bronze, silver and gold level: Bronze – Gregory Bateman, Roger Friesen, Mackenzie Gilmore, Thomas Hillyer, Harrison Jarvis Cohen, Harrison Lund, Jacob Norman, Parker Simon Silver – Elias Blahachek, Devin Gordon, John Hinton, Donald Lau, Mitchell Roper, Michael Saunders Gold – Connor Browne, James Durham, George Graham, Michael Holman, Will Phillips, James Tremayne The Georgian Spirit Award – Presented in memory of former student Ian Lomax, who passed away in 1977, to recognize and foster within the student body those qualities such as concern, participation, accomplishment, pride and leadership that are a part of the Georgian spirit: Connor Browne

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Grade 4 Award – Given to the Grade 4 boy who best shows leadership, diligence, manners, cooperation and helpfulness: Nicholas Vassos

Junior Georgian Christien Kelly The Guild Trophy – Donated by the Georgian Parents’ Guild and presented to the graduating student who is outstanding in character, games and scholarship: Will Phillips Lieutenant Governor’s Community Volunteer Award – This award honours those students who not only complete the number of volunteer hours required to graduate, but also who go above and beyond: Cam Aziz The MacLennan Robinson Scholarship – Presented in memory of David N. MacLennan and John ”Robbie” Robinson. Awarded to the student who has met current RSGC academic standards, is involved in a variety of extracurricular activities and is judged to be well liked by his peers: Lachlan Devir

Graeme Buchanan accepts the Carol Lucas Memorial Award

Colin Taylor, Grade 3 Award winner The Marion McDowell Trophy – The award is presented to the graduating student who has demonstrated the greatest all–round contribution in scholarship, deportment and sports: Derek Woods The Robert Bradley Memorial Award – Presented to the graduating student who has continued to serve the Church faithfully: Graham Davies St. Alban’s Community Service Bursary – Awarded to a graduating student who has made an outstanding contribution to community service while at RSGC: Tuan Nguyen The Stuart Warren Memorial Award – Presented in memory of Stuart Warren to a student entering his graduating year who, throughout his time at RSGC, has exemplified the qualities of Stuart through concern, participation, accomplishment, and leadership: Dustin Sokolowski

The von Teichman Award – This award is presented to the graduating student who, throughout his career at RSGC, has achieved substantial academic improvement while exemplifying the Georgian spirit through leadership, participation and civility: Cam Aziz The J.L. Wright Medal – Awarded to the graduating student who best exemplifies the motto “Manners Maketh Men”: George Graham Dr. Paul D. Steinhauer Memorial – Awarded to the Junior School boy who best displays leadership by example: Nicholas Webster L.B.J. Rothwell Award – Donated by Mr. L.B.J. Rothwell and awarded to the Junior School boy who shows the greatest determination: Graham Yusishen

Hal Hannaford Award – Awarded to the Junior School boy who continually demonstrates kindness, gratefulness, generousity of spirit and an ability to see the best in others: Liam Strachan Georgian Parents’ Guild Award – Awarded to the Junior School boy who most exemplifies the motto of our founding Headmaster, Jack Wright, “Manners Maketh Men”: Jackson Russett Junior Georgian Award – Awarded to the boy who best represents the highest qualities expected of a boy at Royal St. George’s College, in academics, music, ethics, deportment and cooperation. This is the highest award given in the Junior School: Christien Kelly Grade 3 Award – Given to the Grade 3 boy who best shows leadership, diligence, manners, cooperation and helpfulness: Colin Taylor

Grasley Award, Grade 5 – Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Grasley and awarded to the Grade 5 boy who best shows leadership, diligence, manners, cooperation and helpfulness: Max Livingston G.D. Hay Award, Grade 6 – Donated by Mr. & Mrs. G.D. Hay and awarded to the Grade 6 boy who best shows leadership, diligence, manners, cooperation and helpfulness: Pierre Christof Ascherl Scott Kovas Award, Grade 7 – Awarded in memory of Scott Kovas and given to the Grade 7 boy who best shows leadership, diligence, manners, cooperation and helpfulness: Owen Clute

The Homer Marion Award – Presented to the boy who achieved the highest academic standing in Grade 8: Graeme Edwards The Headmaster’s Medal – Awarded to the student who achieved the highest overall academic standing in Grade 9: Lachlan Devir & Gregory Bateman The Founder’s Medal – Awarded to the student who achieved the highest overall academic standing in Grade 10: Shawn Wu The Chairman’s Medal – Awarded to the student who achieved the highest overall academic standing in Grade 11: Jordan Yan The Governor General’s Medal – Awarded to the graduating student who has achieved the highest average: Michael Lemanski

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award recipients

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The Briggs: Part of the RSGC Family

The Briggs family.


ometimes things just feel right. So when the time came for Gord and Teresa Briggs to find an independent school for their sons Brendan and John Ross, it was a no-brainer to send them to Royal St. George’s College. “They have different personalities and learning styles,” said Teresa. “I didn’t think the other schools we considered would allow both boys to be challenged and happy. But after visiting RSGC, we were confident they would be able to deliver on this.” That was back in 2003, when John Ross donned the maroon blazer of Grade 5 and Brendan wore the navy jacket of Grade 9. In 2009, their youngest son Liam joined the RSGC family

and is set to graduate with the Class of 2018. With three Georgians in the family, the Briggs know they’re a part of something really special. “You really do feel like your teacher knows your child,” said Teresa. “When Brendan and John Ross were younger, I used to pick them up late. The remaining teachers and staff were still carrying on with a smile and never failed to take the time to greet parents or students warmly. It makes a huge difference and it impacts the students. One can hardly expect happy students without happy teachers.” It definitely rubbed off on John Ross, who is currently studying medicine at St. Andrews University in Scotland. “When I came to RSGC, I was immersed into the community and it was unlike anything I had ever experienced,” he said. “I could feel how much the teachers cared about the students and how united the school was. I made friendships that will last an eternity and memories that I will carry with me forever.” With John Ross studying medicine at St. Andrews, Brendan a recent graduate of the University of Waterloo in computational mathematics and heading to New York to work as a software engineer, and Liam comfortably ensconced in all that it means to be in Grade 7, the Briggs are thrilled by the way their boys have turned out. And they give RSGC a lot of credit. “I think RSGC boys are more grounded,” said Teresa. “My boys have grown to be very resourceful and they recognize how fortunate they are. A lot of it comes from experiencing the way RSGC handles day-to-day school life. For example, RSGC using nearby sports facilities to

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Campaign Realizes New Fundraising Heights for RSGC supplement its own on-site facilities created a teaching moment for the boys. In doing so, RSGC demonstrates that one doesn’t need to own much to live a full life. All one needs is the will to do things – that’s what our boys have learned and it’s a very valuable life lesson.” John Ross also believes RSGC has played a vital role in shaping him into the man he is today. “I learned something different from everyone at RSGC,” he said. “I was instilled with not only the values of being a Georgian, but also of being a young man. I learned the importance of a good handshake, which is indispensable in whatever you go on to do in life. The Georgian Code of ‘Respect, Responsibility & Voice’ is another important value. It made me realize that wherever I go, my actions and words reflect on me.” Because RSGC has played such a vital role in their boys’ lives, the Briggs have felt very strongly about giving back to the school, both through Annual Giving and the Honouring Our Past | Building Our Future Campaign. “We just know we have to give back,” said Gord. “The school has given so much to our sons. Our boys would have been here cumulatively for 21 years by the time Liam graduates – 21 years of their formative years! We just have to give back.” As for John Ross, he still has several years of medical school to go, but knows he’ll give back to the school when he’s in a position to do so. “RSGC became a second home for me,” he said. “Giving back so other students can experience that sense of community is very important to me. Waking up in the morning and wanting to go to school is what school should be about.”


t the end of the 2011-12 school year, total giving to the Honouring Our Past | Building Our Future Campaign was just over $3.8 million. Since that time, gifts have continued to flow, bringing the total to just below the $4.5 million mark. In support of the College’s largest capital project undertaken to date, we have marshalled much of our community to establish a new fundraising benchmark for the College. Notable among actualized results are the participation rates for the Board, faculty and staff, 100% of whom have offered their support. Parents have similarly come aboard in force, with nearly half having made a pledge of support and many others pending a commitment after having been asked. Alumni – especially those celebrating significant milestones since graduation – continue to give and have generously sponsored a significant part of the refocused outdoor space for the use and benefit of Georgian students. The Gage Love Ball Hockey Tarmac is their gift to boys of current and future generations and is sure to be well used, loved and appreciated by all who have the chance to enjoy it. Dedicated Campaign volunteers continue to advance our fundraising results and the community building that has accompanied the effort. By banding together, the RSGC community has delivered significantly in advancing the school’s facilities and available space, while also developing its fundraising capacity and culture of philanthropy, all of which are significant achievements to be celebrated and used as the basis for further, future successes. Students, parents, Board, alumni, faculty, staff and friends should all feel proud of their role in building an even brighter future for the wonderful institution that is Royal St. George’s College!

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Message from the Treasurer


Cathy Bateman Treasurer

his has been a very exciting year of investment for the College – the very boldest in the history of the school. Our boys will enjoy the new campus and facilities, whether they are Georgians close to moving on to universities of their choice or have just arrived. We have a charming campus and a solid financial base as we look forward to celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2014. The College is financially sound and is well positioned for the future with a tuition fee reserve at 11% - slightly above our target of 10%. The budget is built each year so that fixed and non-discretionary costs are within the fees from an attainable enrollment of 405 students. This protects us from the financial risks caused by the unpredictability of enrolment levels and from any pressure to accept students not meeting our criteria. All additional expenses, both variable for a higher student population and discretionary expenditures, are only incurred when enrolment exceeds 405. RSGC’s net cash position stands at $255,000, which is a cash position of $3 million net of a construction loan of $2.7 million. This is a decrease from a $2.1 million cash position last year. Operations and donations generated $1.9 million of cash flow, before depreciation. A total of $5.9 million has been invested in property, plant and equipment compared to $2.5 million last year. The most significant expenditure this year was the major construction project that will be completed this fall. Of the total anticipated expenditure of $10.7 million, $1.2 million was incurred last year, $5.6 million this year and $3.9 million in 2012-2013. The continuing renovation, repair and replacement program resulted in $500,000 being invested in current plant refurbishment and $75,000 in new technology. Our total investment, net of depreciation, in

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property, plant and equipment is $18.3 million, including $7.8 million in construction in progress, as of June 30, 2012, compared to $13.3 million at last year end. We received generous donations of $1.3 million this year, which have helped considerably with the expenditure on the new buildings and facilities. We are hopeful that the remaining 50% of our parent population will be able to make a contribution in the next few months and help us minimize our borrowing needs and debt service costs. We have credit facilities in place for the full amount of planned investment. I took over the role of your Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Committee a year ago from the capable hands of Wanda Ho. I would like to thank Wanda for her four years in the role. I would also like to express my sincere gratitude to Andy Whiteley, our CFO, for all of his help. His interest in, fondness for and commitment to this school is second to none. Thanks also to his team of Sandra Skinner and Elden Fulton. You should know that our staff and faculty are extraordinarily responsible in how they manage constraints on funds available. Despite the economic challenges of recent years, Tom Stevens and Rachel DeBlois have done a terrific job of maintaining robust enrolment levels, which provides much appreciated relief in managing the financial demands of the College. Our 2012-2013 forecast looks strong, with enrolment at 446 students. If you have any questions about the financial statements included in this Annual Report, please call Andy Whiteley or me.

Cathy Bateman Treasurer

Financial Snapshot Support 9%

Other 4%

Miscellaneous 1% Capital 8%


Student Financial Support 5%

Advancement 5% Tuition 87% Administration 7%

Plant 6%


Academic 68%

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Financial Snapshot ROYAL ST. GEORGE’S COLLEGE Statement of Revenue and Expenses

ROYAL ST. GEORGE’S COLLEGE Balance Sheet June 30, 2012

$000’s 2012


Year ended June 30, 2012

$000’s 2011

CURRENT Cash Accounts receivable Other

2,960 2,064 467 5,491

2,101 2,069 812 4,982

2012 2012 2011 Budget Actual Actual (unaudited) $000’s $000’s $000’s

REVENUE Tuition fees Other











18,375 23,866

13,388 18,370

CURRENT Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Construction Loan Deferred revenue

3,315 2,706 7,287 13,308


Salaries, wages and benefits




7,017 8,823










Academic Fund Property, Plant and Equipment Fund

1,278 9,280 10,558

929 8,618 9,547



ROYAL ST. GEORGE’S COLLEGE Statement of Changes in Fund Balances Year ended June 30, 2012 Property, Plant Academic & Equipment Fund Fund FUND BALANCE, BEGINNING OF YEAR 929 8,618 (DEFICIENCY) EXCESS OF REVENUE OVER EXPENSES INTERFUND TRANSFERS FUND BALANCE, END OF YEAR

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$000’s 2012

$000’s 2011






Debt Service



Capital Campaign
















1,297 (948) 349

(285) 948 663

1,012 0 1,012

378 0 378













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Thanks for an incredible year!

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A BIG GEORGIAN THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS We greatly appreciate the gifts from the following donors, who made contributions between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. This list does not include pledges to the Campaign, which will be reported at a later date.

Donors’ Circle – ($1,000 + ) John Alati and Aida Cabecinha Aramark Canada Ltd.

The Carter Clan

Stefan and Jenny Hofer

Nicholas Casimir-Smorczewski and Catherine Pawluch

Ben Mark Holzberg & Moira Holmes

Robert Casper & Jennifer Wardrop

Jia Hui and Shi Wu David and Barbara Johnson Robert Keilty ’81 and Ruth Keilty

Justin Ashley ’87 and Samantha Ridsdale

Lisa Bate & Paul Cherry Yun Yee Chow

Catherine Kirkland and Christopher Newton

Headmaster’s Circle – ($100,000 + )

Dragons’ Circle – ($10,000 + )

Jean Wong

Dominic Auld ’86

Robert Ciomyk and Lisa Roske

Brett and Jennifer Knowles

Tom and Ruth Woods

Matthew Baillie ’87

Cameron Clokie ’81

Drs. Bohdan & Nina Kryshtalskyj

The Georgian Parents’ Guild


Stephen and Adrienne Lapinsky

Catherine Bateman

Bill Balan ’86 and Nancy McCaffery-Balan

Howard Crosner

Darius Majlessi and Manuela Marcheggiani

Allen Zee & Kimberly Danielson

Geoff and Hevina Dashwood

Susur Lee and Brenda Bent

Anne McIlroy and Bob Davies

Bret Leech ’92

Johanna & David Diplock

Donald Lomax The Lowidt Foundation

Georgians’ Circle – ($50,000 + )

John L. Bradley David and Joanne Browne Paul Clark ’85 and Susan Clark

John and Christine Baldwin

Friends’ Circle – ($5,000 + )

Howard Barton and Sally Hannon


Steve Beatty ’86

Sean Dunphy and Adrianne Patullo

Peter Bethlenfalvy

Chris and Christine Bell

Robert and Nancy Evans

Bayer Inc.

Karen and Ray Arbesman

Bradley Crompton & Shane Dunworth-Crompton

Guy Burry ’77 and Liz Lundell

Jim and Julie Crossland

Brian Blumenthal & Lisa Mendelson

Joseph Bersani

Kevin and Kathryn Farbridge

David Lund and Heather Beamish

Winifrede Burry

Roman and Roma Dubczak

Trevor and Julie Byrne

Steve and Robin Bickley

Robin MacAulay & Charles Gane

Paul and Janet Macmillan

Bruce Chapple ’87 & Leslie McCallum

Philip and Nicola Blake

Tony and Anita Genua

Patti MacNicol

A. Devir and J. Robertson

Jeffrey Blanco and Victoria Turnbull

Gibson’s Cleaners Company Limited

Marcus Macrae & Laura Money

Michael Boland & Mary Dawn Thomson

Kasia Czarski & Fred Glady

Morteza and Laleh Mahjour

Karen Gold

Randy and Jennifer Marks

Elizabeth M. Brown and Michael Boughn

Nick Golding ’86 and Rebecca Golding

Andrew McConnell ’11

Reid Bowlby and Deborah Bongard

Celia & Gordon Goodman

The Midloch Foundation The Molson Foundation WINCO Corporation

Knights’ Circle – ($25,000 + ) The Briggs Family

Paul Elia and Rebecca Barrett Jim Harbell and Pat McQuaid J. Bradley Holland The Lenkov Family Don and Nancy Macgregor The Mariano Elia Foundation

Tye and Eileen Farrow John and Gail Graham Richard Greene & Shelly Haber Sheldon Inwentash & Lynn Factor

Christopher and Caroline Newall

Katherine & John Kruk

James Buchanan & Julia Robertson

Fraser Phillips ’78 and Kimberly Cudney

Leo and Christina Lau

Nigel Johnston

Paul and Janet Raboud

Elizabeth Lawler

Ed Robertson and Natalie Herbert

Robert Bruce

Dennis and Maria Peterson and Family Chris Purkis and Jane Botsford Stephen Rigby & Mary Jackson G. Wayne and Maureen Squibb

Lucy, Nick and Anthony Lisi

Grant and Judy McDaniel Frank McLaughlin & Soraya Farha John and Tracy McManus

David and Kimberly Hanmer

Drs. David McNeely and Barbara Liu

The Beatty Family

Max and Elizabeth Hardinge

David and Julie Moos

Bruce W. MacLaren

Maureen Briscoe

James Musgrove & Josee Turcotte

Mike Sanderson, Donna Green and Kit Green Sanderson

Thomas Pladsen and Wanda Ho

John Buckingham ’71 and Ena Buckingham

Douglas Harrison & Margaret Grottenthaler

Gary and Ajit Singh

The Sheldon Inwentash and Lynn Factor Charitable Foundation

Robert and E. Ann Stevens

The Moss-Sharpe Family

David and Wendy Bunston

Campbell Harvey ’77 and Susana Harvey

The Burleton Family

Carr Hatch ’98

Jeffrey Norman and Michelle Peacock Lori & Paul O’Leary Steve O’Neil and Colette Leger

Anne & Bryan Tatoff

Kevin Stanton & Bernadette Stanton-Meijer

John D.E. Byrne & Megan Tate & Family

William Hepburn ’72 and Anne Hepburn

Ashley Taylor and Adrian Lang

David and Tara Steele

Cantine Bar and Grill

Pamela Hillen

Paul Overing

Takahiro and Tomoko Yamanaka

Austin Carter ’94

The Hillyer Family

Don and Nancy Pearson

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David G. Lee and Carrie Mack

Michael Boyd and Shelagh Donovan

David Green and Daphne Wagner

Keith and Tanya Luder

The Ord Family

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Reid Plaxton’s Family

Colin Walker & Gloria Della Maestra

Wayne and Jennifer Bibby

Ken Ellis and Heather Tulk

Neil Rau and Margaret Drent

Maureen and Bill Wareham

The Blair Family

Jeff Enfield ’97

Stuart Bollefer & Diane Karnay

Falco Steel Fabricators Inc.

Raycor Mechanical Services Inc.

The WB Family Foundation

Don Raymond & Jennifer Keenan

Webb & Lashbrook Inc.

David Robertson Philip Robson & Victoria Prince Paula Rochon Chris Roper and Jane Taylor

Jonathan Wheler ’87 and Tricia Tait

David and Kristin Ferguson

Brady Joel ’96

Leonard Bosschart ’81

David & Kelley Fitzpatrick

The Jones Family

Thomas Moffat ’79 and Diana Moffat

Andrew Whiteley

Peter and Alison Bowen

Sherry Fitzpatrick

Jay Kearsey

Robert Mollenhauer

Peter and Sue Williams

Richard Bubb

Colin Kelleher & Mary Jo Looby

Sharron Mollenhauer

Christine Buchanan

Micheal Fountain ’99 and Sarah Lappano

Ken and Sheila Money

Simon Cain

Charles Fowler ’86

Jonathan Kellett ’00 and Alayna Kellett

Chris and Deirdre Caldarone

Bernard Francisco & Kathryn Minialoff

Arthur Kennedy ’81

Alex Morosovskiy and Oksana Morosovska

Elden Fulton

Pat Keresteci

Charles Morris ’85

Alex & Haelie Carter

Sanaz Ghoreshy

Jin-Keun Kim & Eun Ju Park

Paul and Lynn Morse

Michelle Carter

Julie Girvan

Rickesh Kotecha ’00 & Family

Knowlton and Lorraine Nash

A. Charles and Laura Gluek

Isabel & Nicky Lai

Rothman Ng ’09

Cooper Gluek ’10

John Lambersky

Terrance Nicholson ’70

Eleanor Glynn

Sandra Ann Lanigan

Chris Norton and Noelle Wood

Greg Grant & Lori Easterbrook

Aaron Latner ’01

Toni and Stuart Nosworthy

Mary E. Grieve Wry

Diane Law

Margaret Nozuka

Cathie Gryfe-Seeley & David Gryfe

James Leatch & Sandra Boyes

Marc Gunter and Laura Steele

James Lee

Kazuo Oishi ’01 and Maria Oishi

Kanan Gutgutia

Dorothy Quann

The Reverend Jesse Parker ’01

Faith E. Harvey

Lighting Nelson & Garrett Incorporated

Bruce Patterson ’86

James Lint ’98

Joseph Peacock

The Lucas Family

Jamie Peters ’90

John MacDonald ’87

Andrew Pettit ’00

William G. MacLaren

Matthew Rubinoff ’96 Andrew Sabiston & Stephanie Martin

Thane and Tina Woodside

Philippa Samworth

Max Wu & So-hyeong Yun

The Schaeffer Family

Donors – ($1 + )

John and Anna Semple

12 x Anonymous

Peter and Carrie Simon

4ward Group Inc. Mark Ackley

Barry and Penny Somerville

Glen Algarvio

Janet Somerville

Douglas and Monique Allen

Sovereign Productions Inc.

Laurie Alpern

Rick and Connie Stefankiewicz

Peter Altimas ’95

Tom Stevens H. Strauss & J. Strauss Daniel Tecimer ’93 and MaryAnne Tecimer Garrick Tiplady and Thecla Sweeney Colleen & Steve Trevor Eugene Trusler ’75 and Laurie Goad Trevor Turnbull and Jennifer Day Andrew van Nostrand ’88 and Caroline van Nostrand Karen Volterra & Kelvin Fosberry 24 Royal St. George’s College 2011-12 Annual Report

Daniel Mitchell ’99

The Bonetta Family

Andrew and Jeannie Wong

Kenneth Stein and Leslie Jones

Michael Milosevic & Eileen Fischer

Douglas and Dianne Jamieson

Mark Wisniewski and Liane Quan

Chris and Donna Sisam

J.D. Strachan Construction Limited

Peter Miller ’81

Keith Farrar

The Royer Family

Melissa & Steve Schwartz

Peter Istvan ’87 and Kathleen McGill

Mark Andersen ’94 and Marin Andersen Giles Anderson ’89 and Leanne Anderson

Scott and Kedrin Case Myles Casey and Brenda Morgan William Clarke ’81 and Lisa del Guidichi J.P. Conforzi Mark and Lari-Ann Convery Gord and Christy Cook Jeff and Carolyn Cullen Chris and Carol D’Arcy Paul and Leana Darvasi Rachel DeBlois

William Henry ’84 Jeff Hess ’87 and Cathy Hess Alistair Hicks ’86

Peter and Arlene Mitchell

Aaron and Kelly Payne

Ravi and Joanne Deshpande

Rev. John Hodgins & Jane Hodgins

Dubravka Dodig

Home Instead Senior Care

Anna Magor

Marvin Pludwinski and Linda Hacker

Art Zone


David Horton & Kathy Haley

Jacquie Baby & Andrew Prowse

James Donnelly

Stephen and Louise Hucal

William and Georgina Magyar

Doug Pritchard and Susan Murrell-Pritchard

Salvatore Badali & Kim McInnes

Grant Dunbar ’71 and Peggy Able Dunbar

Jaime and Elizabeth Hugessen

Gary and Barbara Martin

Ostap Prokipchuk ’02

T.B.K. Martin

Andrew Rains ’02

Maxims Limited Partnership

David and Susan Raymond

Elizabeth Anson-Cartwright Taylor Armstrong ’96 and Erin Porter

Michelle Bader-Shaw Frank Baldanza & Anne Snider Kevin and Julie Barnes Joyce Barnett & Alison Kemper

Michael and Alison Dyson

Graham Hunt ’85 and Lara Hunt

George Dzuro & Trudy White

Andrew Hurst ’91

John Mazurek & Nancy Neale

Peter and Fran Ricketts

Alex Edmison ’02

Robert P. Hutchison


RiskCheck Inc.

Corbet and Kelly Elder

Tim Hutton

David and Yuri Miller

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Jason Taylor ’97 and Annick Lafreniere

Michael and Katherine Wilson

Gifts in Kind

William E. Wilson

Michael J. Ruscitti

Matt and Liz Tedford

Patrick and Stacey Russett

Michael Thompson ’01

Cynick Young and Laurel Williams

We greatly appreciate the in-kind support from the following donors, who made contributions between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012.

Dianne Ryan & Rob Hogg

James C. Tory & Cynthia Rogers

Jule Ryder

Emma Totten

Peter and Rosie Sarellas

Stefanie Turner

Don Schroder

Kirsten Uhre

Alex Shum

Lt. Myles Vivares and Fiona Cooper

Janet & Bill Roscoe Torin Rumball

Neil Simpson and Ruta Benjamin

2 x Anonymous

Jay Murray ’79 and Penny Murray

Crème Brasserie

Karen and Ray Arbesman

Christopher and Caroline Newall

Gottesman Associates

Joseph Bersani

Fraser Phillips ’78 and Kimberly Cudney

Graham Sanborn Media Inc.

Catherine Bateman Lorne Bradt David and Joanne Browne

Andrew von Teichman ’96 and Natalie Oldfield

Wanda Ho & Tom Pladsen Afrim Pristine ’99

Hollywood Canteen Hot House Café

Agim and Sophia Pristine

Il Mulino

Arian Pristine ’03

Irish Embassy Pub & Grill

Wolf and Gillian von Teichman

Marc Burroni ’98 and Isobel Russell

Greg Smith & Janet Stephenson

Tom and Sue Wade West

Guy Burry ’77 and Liz Lundell

Chris Purkis and Jane Botsford

Jackie O

Bob Snelgrove ’71 and Judy Snelgrove

Ashley Warren

Jamie Cardy

Ed Robertson and Natalie Hebert

Colin Webster & Sarah Dinnick

Jeff and Carolyn Cullen

The Royer Family

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment

Eric and Sandra Solway

Lynne Dalgleish

Gary and Ajit Singh

Mindham Fine Jewellery

Ailee Soulliere

Craig Webster and Michelle Lally

Scott Daly ’82

G. Wayne and Maureen Squibb

Lai Wah Heen

Philip Spacie

R. John Wesley ’71

Johanna & David Diplock

David and Tara Steele


Chris and Shelagh Taylor

Henry Wiercinski & Faye O’Donnell

Dubravka Dodig

Colin Watson ’94 and Carrie Illsley


Larry Wilder

Tye and Eileen Farrow

Tom and Ruth Woods

Peter Furnish & Chantelle Courtney

Kevin and Julia Wright

Scott Gilmore and Paige Cowan

Andrew von Teichman ’96 and Natalie Oldfield

George Skarbek-Borowski ’85 and Sara Skarbek-Borowski

Dale Heslip and Patti Shaw

If you would like to make an Annual Fund gift, you can donate online at or contact Fiona Cooper, Annual Fund Manager at 416.533.9481 x299 or We have made every effort to ensure that this is a complete and accurate list. Please accept our sincere apologies if there are any errors or omissions. Please let us know of any corrections by contacting

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Sheldon Inwentash and Lynn Factor Stanley Janecek ’82 and Nancy Janecek

Wolf and Gillian von Teichman Eugene Trusler ’75 and Laurie Goad Chris Yelle ’90

North 44 Opus Pangaea P.J. O’Brien Irish Pub & Restaurant The Print Outfit Scaramouche

Molly Johnson and Rob Moore

Todd Yelle ’86

Robert Keilty ’81 and Ruth Keilty

Paul Yelle

Michael Lambert ’04

Mark and Gloria Yusishen

David G. Lee and Carrie Mack

Blu Ristorante and Lounge

Susur Lee and Brenda Bent

C5 Restaurant and Lounge

Stephen Martin

CanGrad Studios

Peter Milligan & Dorene Macaulay-Milligan



Cantine Bar and Grill

Whitehouse Meats

Myles Mindham

Cheese Boutique

Steamwhistle Brewery St. John’s Music Terroni TO GO Food Bar Trattoria Giancarlo

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Blink and you Blink miss and you could giving could miss giving your son the your the best son education bestofeducation his life. of his life. You could walk right past Royal St. George’s College and never even know it’s there. Tucked behind some You could right past Royal St. George’s College trees on awalk residential street in Toronto’s Annex, it looks and never even know it’s there. Tucked behind more like a home than a school. And in many some ways, it is. trees on a residential street in Toronto’s Annex, it looks more a home than a school. And in many ways, it is. Looklike a little closer; however, and you’ll discover what’s missing from most boys’ schools: the kind of Look a little closer; however, anda you’ll what’s camaraderie that comes from small discover student body; missing mostlearning boys’ schools: the kind ofa genuine a morefrom creative environment; and camaraderie that comes from a small student body; love of the school. a more creative learning environment; and a genuine love school. It’s of thethe one school you and your son don’t want to miss. It’s the one school you and your son don’t want to miss.


RSGC 2011-12 Annual Report  

The Annual Report for the 2011-12 school year at Royal St. George's College.

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