Our Alumni continue to Move Mountains
After leaving Rundle Academy, Myles attended a year-long intensive culinary program in England at Tante Marie school to become a chef. Upon completing the program, he worked abroad in Australia. Myles had the opportunity to work for some of the best chefs in the country, and was lucky enough to work at Attica restaurant, which was rated 32nd in the world by Restaurant Magazine. Myles also had the opportunity to work with the famous celebrity Australian Chef, Neil Perry. Myles is currently back home in Calgary working at Model Milk.
“The thing I miss the most about Rundle Academy is Mr. Holowaychuk. I don’t think there has been anyone more influential to the man I have become; other than my parents! “
Breanne enrolled in Rundle Academy in grade 5 and graduated in 2007. She was involved in many extracurricular activities and special events around the school. In Junior High 2003-2004, she was awarded Athlete of the Year. In Senior High, she was awarded the Athlete of the Year award 2005-2007, and the Sportsmanship award in 2005-2006. Breanne’s name is placed on our Sport Hall of Fame to recognize her post-secondary achievement.
After graduating from Rundle Academy, Breanne enrolled into the Energy Asset Management Program at SAIT. Following graduation in April 2013, she returned to SAIT and took the Petroleum Land Administration certificate.
During her studies, she played soccer for the SAIT Trojans for 3 years. In her second year she was asked to become co-captain of the team. She helped to lead the team to Provincials, in which had not been accomplished in 10 years. She also had the opportunity to coach for the 2013-2014 Soccer team.
After leaving Rundle Academy, Adam attended SAIT and graduated with a Marketing Diploma. He then attended the University of Lethbridge and graduated with a degree in General Management. Adam took some time to travel through Thailand and worked in Lethbridge as a bike shop manager. He is currently a project coordinator for an oil and gas manufacturer in Lethbridge.
“If it wasn’t for the Academy, I would not be where I am today.”