Crocus Plains Students Among Winners at Skills Canada National Competition

The 2024 Skills Canada National Competition was held in Québec City last week with more than 500 students and apprentices from across the country competing for the title of national champion in over 40 Skill Areas at the Centre de foires d’ExpoCité. The complete list of medalists is available on the Skills/Compétences Canada Website.


Crocus Plains Post Secondary High School brought home hardware in five different competitions this year and is easily the highest-awarded high school in Canada! Their success is a testament to the importance of vocational education in our overall academic curriculum.


Crocus Plains High School should be proud of their Vocational departments. Please join us in recognizing the following CPRSS students as Medal Recipients in the 2024 Skills Canada National Competition:


• Alicia Decosse received a Silver Medal in Baking

• Mathew Kuszakreceived a Silver Medal for Autobody Repair

• Sloane Williams received a Silver Medal in Mechanical Engineering CAD

• Manu Tarubal received a Gold Medal in Architectural Technology and Design

• Oliver Sawatsky received a Gold Medal in Automobile Technology


Skills Canada annually recognizes the top-performing students in each Province. This year, we are thrilled to announce that Oliver Sawatsky, a Crocus Plains student from Automotive Technology, has brought home this esteemed award for the first time in our school's history. Congratulations, Ollie, you have represented Crocus well!


For the official news release, please visit:

National Skills Champions are Honoured at the Skills Canada National Competition 2024, in Québec



Brandon School Division