Representing a diverse range of professional backgrounds and life experiences, St. Michael's College School alumni are a key cog in the Mentorship Programme. The Mentorship ads (above) are an example of this close, ongoing and sustained connection between graduates of the school and current students.
Grade 12 student Tristan (left) and Grade 8 student Ronin (right) exchange ideas with Matthew Pagano '92, Core Intermediate Department Head, English Teacher, as well as coach of a lacrosse and hockey team at SMCS, and Michael Marcon '94, is involved in Community and Learning Partnerships initiatives at SMCS, along with supporting sponsorship and fundraising initiatives.
From faculty and staff to alumni, parents and donors, every member of the St. Michael's College School community is encouraged to be involved in a novel, diverse, structured and impactful Mentorship Program.
Comprised of five elements, the Mentorship Program can be found in practice during Shadow Days for prospective students, annual Open Houses, musical and theatrical productions as well as Grade 11 Career Day, Grade 12 university visits, service initiatives, as well as a variety of events involving SMCS alumni.
Learn more about the Mentorship Program.