News in 2020

Hill School Continues it's Legacy of Success!

Our Hill JDC West team maintained our reputation as a top business school in Western Canada, taking home first place for School of the Year at the 15th annual JDC West Case Competition that was hosted here at the Hill School and University of Regina January 17-19.

The list of the Hill JDC West team's placements include:

  • 1st place Entrepreneurship - Megan Shoemaker, Forrest Smith, Andrity Tkach
  • 3rd place Business Technology Management - Jaya Mallu, Conor Stevenson, Hannah Tait
  • 3rd place Human Resources - Andrew Tran, Hayley Usherwood, Kaylyn Veresh
  • 3rd place Not for Profit - Belle Brown-McEwen, Jana Ham, Emma Ulmer
  • 2nd place Debate - Kyle Anderson, Ben Hamilton, Syed Kamal, Frank Nordstrom
  • 1st place Athletics - Camryn Beaumont, Michael Mutschler, Tobi Omoyefa, Riley Orchard, Avery Pearce, Zach Schultz, Carter Shewchuk, Sarah Wilson
  • 2nd place Social - Ami Caragata, Jessica Goebel, Zak Lamont, Kyle Lugt
  • 1st place Participation
  • 1st place for Charitable Volunteer Hours with 5,036 hours
  • 1st place School of the Year

A special congratulations to the Co-Captains Georgia Iannone and Kyle Hodge and Faculty Advisor Randy Linton for their leadership of this impressive team as well as to all of the faculty and business community coaches for contributing to the team's success.

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Thank you to the JDC West Organizing Committee led by Cari-Lynn Schoettler and Mason Gardiner and their team of volunteers who planned and facilitated a top notch event over the weekend! They and their team, the majority of which is made up of Hill alumni, prove that the success of our students continues well after they earn their degree.

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Read more about this year's JDC West Competion from the perspective of Hill team members and the Organizing Committe here.

Our Hill ICBC teams also sent four teams to the Final round of the ICBC Competition in Kingston January 16-18 in the Accounting (Meagan Ireland and Ryan Hamilton coached by Nola Joorisity), Finance (Boey Leung and Jordan Tholl coached by Dr. Paul Sinclair and Dr. Youngsoon Kim), Marketing (Eric Gray and Maya Potter coached by Dr. Tatiana Levit) and Debate (Robin Hamilton and Belal Nabi coached by Dr. Lisa Watson) disciplines. Only the top 5-6 teams in each area advance and are invited to compete in this internatioanl case competition, and it is a huge accomplishment to have made it to the final round. Congratulations to our ICBC teams as well as their Faculty Advisor Paul Sinclair for representing the Hill School and University of Regina well.

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