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Perth Reach Ahead 2014

From 2010 to 2014, The Perth Reach Ahead program gave grade 8 students the opportunity to earn a high-school credit while developing learning and leadership skills that will serve them for the rest of their academic career.


As the course progressed, students worked with service partners in planning a community-impact project of their own design and scope.  Past classes have worked with members of the OPP, Yak Youth centre, the library, town council, United Way Lanark and several of its member agencies.


To prepare for their community-impact project, students attended evening sessions twice weekly and covered topics such as learning styles, time-management, research and note-taking skills, collaborative skills, organization skills and leadership.


Reach-Ahead graduates enter grade 9 as young leaders, armed with the learning strategies they need to find success.

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“I thought it was aweseome... when we started bringing everybody down and started talking in groups it just all came together.. I will use lots of these skills and they certainly helped when it came to the [youth] forum.”


Abigail (2012 Graduate)

“It was pretty cool, it was fun and it worked.  I thought it was going to be boring but it turned out to be pretty great.  I learned a lot."


Austin (2013 Graduate)

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Mrs. Tiffany Ramsaran OCT


Mrs. Ramsaran is qualified in Intermediate/Senior History, English, Family Studies, and Reading.  She has been teaching the GLS course for 4 years.


Mr. Johann Ramsaran OCT


Mr. Ramsaran holds an honours-specialist certification in English Language Arts, and is also qualified in Intermediate/Senior Guidance, Geography and Dramatic Arts.  He has been teaching the GLS course for 6 years.

Ms. Daryl Kelly


Ms. Kelly is the principal of the Stewart School in Perth, and she also serves as the principal for our reach-ahead program.

She can be reached during the day at the Stewart Public School:

Tel: (613) 267-2940


Perth & District Collegiate

(Cafeteria Entrance)

13 Victoria Street

Perth, ON, K7H 2H3, Canada


Tel (course hours) : 613-812-3032

Tuesdays and Thursdays

3:30 pm to 6:00 pm



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