York Catholic Students Earn Provincial Recognition in OSCA Logo Design Contest

The office of the Premier of Ontario has recognized eleven York Catholic students for their creative vision and innovative design skills. Artists from secondary schools across the YCDSB answered a recent provincial call to action for a student-designed logo to represent the newly incorporated Ontario Schools Cricket Association (OSCA).

Formed in 2020, the Ontario Schools Cricket Association (OSCA) is a federally incorporated not for profit organization working with schools across the province to promote a life-long love of physical activity among young people through inclusive cricket programs.

“OSCA would like to congratulate the remarkable students of the York Catholic District School Board, and thank all staff who encouraged and facilitated their submissions,” said OSCA President, Ken Jeffers“These students truly captured the spirit of our mission to ‘Energize, Excite, Empower’. Heartfelt best wishes go out the YCDSB as a whole for joining in this celebration of creativity, physical activity, and diverse sports.”

Diverse Sports, Healthy Living Inspire York Catholic Artists

OSCA Honourees from York Catholic:

Ontario Top 5 Recognition

Alicia Vaccarella St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School 

Carrie Ji St Robert Catholic High School 

Aidan Austria St. Brother Andre Catholic High School 

Honourable Mention Recognition

Angelina Leybourne/ Braeden Thompson/ Emily Novakovics/ Sarah Wilson – 

Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Academy 

Kaleigh Cronkwright/ Vian Mei Wrya – 

St. Brother Andre Catholic High School 

One of Ontario’s great community success stories, OSCA fosters true partnerships with schools, addressing the growing disparities between socio economic status factors on the recreational needs of Ontario’s diverse student population. Looking to the future, OSCA will build on this program to provide equitable access to physical activities that meet the needs and interests of all students.

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