Students to help classmate with cerebral palsy reach the peak.
It’s been a long-standing tradition at Stelly’s Secondary.
Grade 12 students in the outdoor pursuit program tackling one of the highest peaks on Vancouver Island, Mount Albert Edward.
For Ottalie Garvin, who has cerebral palsy, this trip will be a dream come true.
“Super excited,” said Ottalie. “I mean it’s gonna be so awesome. These are an awesome group of kids. They’re amazing. They’re super excited to go and I am too so that’s gonna make for a pretty fun trip.”