Where are they now: Erik De Lorenzi

Erik graduated Newton’s Grove School in 2013 and pursued an Honours Bachelor of Commerce at Queen’s University. He then went on to study at the University of Cambridge (UK), acquiring a Master of Studies in International Relations. Erik is currently enrolled in the JD Program at the University of Toronto!

Of his time at Newton’s Grove, he says:

“Newton’s Grove (then MPS) was a second home during my nearly decade and a half as one of its students.

Its trademark small class sizes coupled with a highly engaged teaching faculty gave me the skills to succeed beyond the school’s walls, into university, the professional realm, and remain ever relevant as I begin law school.

The school’s founder, Diane Proctor, envisioned a campus centred around three simple principles reason, respect, and responsibility. Nearly a half century after its establishment, her legacy is not its hundreds of top university placements or award winners, but the creation of scores of active, informed, and responsible citizens.”

We wish Erik much luck in all of his endeavours!  

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