Meadowridge Class of 2022

Congratulations to our Class of 2022!

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Get to Know Some of Our Graduates

228+ University offers from academic institutions around the world

Algonquin College
Brock University
Capilano University
Carleton University
Concordia University
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Huron University College
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Langara College
McGill University
McMaster University
OCAD University
Queen's University
Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly known as Ryerson University)
Simon Fraser University
Trent University
Trinity Western University
University of Alberta
The University of British Columbia
University of the Fraser Valley
University of Ottawa
University of Toronto
University of Victoria
University of Waterloo
Western University
York University

Boston University
Emerson College
Georgia Institute of Technology
Loyola Marymount University
The New School
Pratt Institute
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Savannah College of Art and Design
University of California, Davis
University of California, Irvine
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
University of Washington

Macquarie University (Australia)
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (Ireland)
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Medical University of Bahrain (Bahrain)
University of the Arts London (United Kingdom)
University of Bristol (United Kingdom)
University of Hong Kong (China)
University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Faculties of Study % of Grads
Sciences 50%
Liberal Arts 25%
Commerce 10%
Fine Arts 10%
Engineering 5%
Location of Study % of Grads
British Columbia 48%
Ontario 42%
United States 8%
Europe 2%

College & University Acceptances

Queens University
Carleton University
University of British Columbia
Boston University
The New School
McMaster University
Simon Fraser University
University of Toronto
University of Waterloo
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
Macquarie University
University of Illinois Urbana Campaign
York University
University of Washington
the University of Nottingham
SCAD University for Creative Careers
Trent University
Emerson College
Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Arts London
Concordia University
Toronto Metropolitan University
Loyola Marymount University

Special Awards Supplement: The District/Authority Scholarships

The District/Authority Scholarships are awarded by the Ministry of Education as part of the Provincial Scholarship Program. This scholarship provides an opportunity for students to be recognized for developing an area of interest to the level of excellence, both within school and the wider community. Concentrations include languages, athletics, visual arts, service, music, leadership, information technology, and more. We are pleased to announce that five recipients have been chosen from Meadowridge School this year.

This adjudication had not awarded this scholarship in time to be included in convocation.


Mustafa Ali Shah: Community Service

Mustafa was selected for his commitment to leadership and service. Interested in pursuing a career in health care, Mustafa volunteered at a COVID-19 and flu vaccination clinic and then a medical family clinic. This gave him the opportunity to help his local community while researching and exploring future career prospects. Additionally, in Grade 10, Mustafa worked to raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Society of British Columbia. Throughout high school, he also volunteered as a Math tutor and participated in different service CAS clubs at Meadowridge, such as the Global Citizenship Club, Indigenous Awareness Club, and OE3 North Forest Clean Up Club.


Evangeline Lin: Fine Arts - Classical Music

With a solid foundation and a high level of technical abilities, Evangeline is an accomplished pianist who has a wide range of repertoire from the Baroque time, classic, Romantic, and modern music. Her mastery of advanced level music demonstrates her musicianship in expressing emotions and musicality with dynamics, phrasing, articulation as well as her personal interpretation. Earning the Associate of the Royal Schools of Music (ARSM), Evangeline is actively enriching her community with classic music. She has performed in recitals and competed in festivals and has also taught younger piano students. We were honored to have her play the national anthem at the convocation ceremony.


Meverest Lin: Leadership

Committed, compassionate, taking risks and rising to challenges, Meverest models these leadership qualities every day. Since joining Meadowridge, she has developed from a general Student Council member to serving as this year’s President. In this role, Meverest has organized and participated in numerous fundraising and student life events, helping to enhance our community. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Meverest served on the West Coast Youth Music Society to bring online concerts to seniors in quarantine. Meverest is also an advanced-level debater and earned high ranks as a semi-finalist in both the Monticello Invitational and the BC Provincial Mock Trials Competition.


Carina Luo: Leadership

Carina has a vision to become a global leader while keeping herself grounded in her local communities. At school, she served on the Senior Student Council, played key roles in athletic teams, and contributed to the Yearbook Club. Discontent with the status quo, Carina established the first-of-its-kind Business Case Competition Club in our school. Among her many meaningful service opportunities and involvements outside school, Carina co-founded the Homeful Project, a highly successful youth-led non-profit to help the homeless population in Vancouver, shaping her into a future social entrepreneur. Carina was also the recipient the Arif Devraj Memorial Scholarship Award and the Greg Moore Scholarship.


Michelle Zhang: Community Service

Michelle was selected for her commitment to leadership and community service, leveraging her talents and skills to help other people. Seeing how seniors were isolated during the pandemic, Michelle joined a group online who were using their artistic skills to send cards and crafts to retirement homes in quarantine. After participating in this program for a year, Michelle co-founded the Crafts for Service Club at Meadowridge, inspiring other students to get involved. Additionally, Michelle used her language skills to support English language learners through the reading buddies’ program at her local library, served on the High School Advisory Committee, fundraised for people affected by the Lytton Fire, and volunteered as a teaching assistant at her music studio.