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Evan Hardy Collegiate Institute is located on the East side of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, serving students from grades 9 through 12. It is also known as Evan Hardy, Hardy, or simply EHCI.
Evan Hardy Collegiate was named for noted
University of Saskatchewan professor Evan A. Hardy. The school was opened in 1966.
Evan Hardy centres the first Saskatoon Media School, an entire semester of media-based classes for students all around Saskatoon and area.
Performances usually in November
Performances usually in April
Drama 30 One Acts
Drama 30 puts together One Acts for Festival every year. 2/3 students direct the rest act
Year round class. 8 am Monday and Wednesday
Students are invited in by the conductor Ms.D. Flynn
Class on timetable
Year round class. 8 am Tuesday and Friday
Not a class. 8 am Thursday
Class taken along with Jazz Band. Thursday's at lunch. (for singers and instruments)
Annual fundraiser for band trip. Students audition to sing, act or read poetry
End of the year 'talent show' for singers, musicians, actors, dancers and poets.
Student council [ edit ]
The Evan Hardy SRC (student representative council) consists of several representatives of each grade, a team of directors, and three volunteer teacher advisors. The elections for Grade 10-12 leaders takes place at the end of the year. Two Grade 9 representatives are elected during November earlier in the year, and three more are later appointed through an interview process.
Notable alumni [ edit ]
Mike Anderson, CFL player (retired)
Martine Gaillard, TV Personality
Susan Ormiston, television broadcaster
Jeff Piercy, CFL Fullback (retired)
Kyle Riabko, musician/actor
Jay Semko, musician
Brian Skrudland, NHL forward (retired)
Larry Wruck, CFL player (retired)
Trent Yawney, former Chicago Blackhawks head coach (2005–06) Nick Longpre, Guitarist, Vocalist and Songwriter for Apollo Cruz
Brandon Ziola, Bassist, Vocalist and Songwriter for Apollo Cruz
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