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Year: 1997 – Province: Ontario
Certificate of Achievement Recipients
When a teacher in the English Department at St. Joseph's High School in Windsor is stumped by a literary question, invariably a student will run down to room 131 to get the answer. Anthony Johnston, in room 131, seems always to have it. Classically educated in Ireland, Mr. Johnston's lifelong love of literature and for learning is immediately evident whether he is answering an obscure question or making the characters and plot of a classic novel come alive for his students. He is an inspiration to students of all ability levels; he spent several years teaching at an alternative high school and had remarkable success getting students there to finish school. Graduates now working in a variety of fields consider Mr. Johnston as a friend and, more importantly, as the person that set them on their successful life path.