Christine, Louise, and Sandy from Archbishop O'Leary High School have shown how Science, Mechanics, and a good taste for decoration can blend together to create this fantastic tire chair.
Mrs. Kutcher’s students have decided to use their creativity and spring spirit to enhance their school’s environment and reuse all kinds of objects. they have created perfect pots out of plastic bottles, pop cans, and even soccer balls! Mackenzie and Kaylee, both members of Archbishop O’Leary Soccer Team have made these amazing pots from old soccer balls that their coaches didn’t need anymore. Now O’Leary is more ready to cheer up for the Soccer Canada Team in the World Cup and keep a cleaner air in the school.
Carlos and Jemi have created an original and practical wallet out of chip bags.
Madison Bessette is one of Mrs. Ziarko’s best students in Fashion Design 20. She is using all her creativity and effort to transform her aunt’s old wedding dress into her Graduation Gown, which she will proudly wear in her Grad Ceremony this year. Madison’s aunt’s wedding dress had been under her grandpa’s staircase for more than 16 years, but now, with Madison’s sewing skills and her creativity, she will have the most original Graduation Gown in this year’s Archbishop O’Leary’s Grad Ceremony. It will take her around two months to get it, but with Mrs. Ziarko’s help we are sure that she will have the best results!
Fashion Design students experiment with creative ways to redesign, recycle or restore their clothes by repairing, customizing, or embellishing their previous designs. Students use these techniques to update or create something new from something old. This project is one of Ms.