Gleneagle Secondary student Kelvin Zhang loves using artificial intelligence to solve real-world problems. These days he’s focussing on the technology of self-driving cars.
Miranda Andersen grew up just outside of Port Moody. All her time spent outdoors has set her on a path of success in swimming, studying science and creating environmental films.
While most students enjoy a well-earned break at lunch time and after school, these Math Club students are preparing for their next contest.
Last year,William Stratton won the $2,000 BCIC Young Innovator Scholarship for his work building a steam-powered engine using a pop can!
The year was 1944. WWII raged and Theresa Walker was just 13 years old and attending a school in Mission, B.C.
Adrian Romeo, a student at Clearwater Secondary, wanted to help younger kids to find their passions - and found a way to do it.
Mark Skepasts, a grade 12 student in Surrey, was accepted into Princeton, the prestigious New Jersey school, and will be studying mechanical engineering.
Natasha Jollymour, a Grade 12 student in Kamloops, just received a $80,000 scholarship to attend the University of British Columbia this fall.
Kenton Dick and Ethan Olynyk, from Nanaimo, dazzled California audiences all the way to win first place in the Next Generation Festival.
Giving back comes naturally to Selina Shivji. She is a student at in Surrey but school takes up just part of her day.
Sabha Ghani was destined to be a teacher. As a child, she loved to play school, and she was always pretending to be the teacher.
Jaymee always knew that she wanted to do big things but never thought she would be building houses at such a young age.
Since graduating, Bronwyn has been completing her culinary arts studies at Vancouver Community College, and will soon be eligible for her Level 1 Red Seal accreditation.
In his Grade 12 year at Riverside Secondary, Vladislav Pomogaev began a project that put his skills to the test – a smartphone-controlled electric skateboard.
Pinetree Secondary graduate Janice Pang chose to study Type 2 diabetes because it is one of the most common chronic diseases in the world.
When Samantha Fuller isn’t sleeping under the midnight sun exploring Alaska's largest glaciers, she can be found in the halls of Salmon Arm Secondary in her cowboy boots, guitar in hand.
Jack Thomas, a recent Terry Fox Secondary graduate, has perseverance that can’t be shaken. The 18-year-old has been developing a love for music since he was a young boy.
Karla Cumming hasn’t graduated yet. But she’s already connecting her love of gardening with her post-secondary education plans.
Cameron Olson, a Grade 11 student cross-enrolled at Nakusp Secondary and Burton Academy schools, is leading an award-winning design team.