Class of 2020
University of Guelph
Starting at Havergal in Junior Kindergarten, Sabrina graduated with the confidence that she could explore different fields of study at university before deciding on a career-focus. She left Havergal ready to take on a variety of courses at the University of Guelph, where she received the Board of Governors’ Scholarship. “I want to keep my options open so I end up in a career doing something that I love,” she explains. “I’m open to changing directions with my education, depending on what I connect with.” In addition to learning, Sabrina also discovered a love of science and community involvement at Havergal. She was active in athletics (badminton, tennis and rowing), played the violin with the orchestra and volunteered for leadership opportunities. In her graduating year, she was excited to return to the Junior School as Junior School Prefect. “I’m grateful that I had the opportunity to lead our youngest students and give back to the place where I grew up.” In her spare time, she volunteered with Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital’s wheelchair basketball program. Sabrina was the recipient of Havergal’s Governor General’s Academic Medal for achieving the highest academic average in all Grade 11 and 12 courses.