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Save the date for Homecoming on Sept. 23

You are invited to attend Dawson’s first-ever Homecoming (rain or shine)! We would like to invite you to reconnect with the Dawson community. Together, with our graduates, Dawson contributes to Quebec society and to our beloved and eclectically diverse City of Montreal! Now more than ever, we need to come together and show our Dawson values and pride.

Homecoming 2023 event poster. Reconnect with Dawson on Saturday, September 23, 2023.

Come and enjoy fun activities, walk down memory lane, go to program reunions and take in a Dawson Blues Basketball game.

As a collective, alongside our graduates, Dawson plays a crucial role in shaping Quebec society and our beloved and eclectically diverse City of Montreal! In these times of paramount importance, let’s unite and show our Dawson values and pride.


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Benefits to Dawson alumni

Continuing Education Discount

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Dawson Alumni News

Dawson grads dominate Hudson Film Fest

Class of 2022 graduates of Dawson’s 3D Animation and Computer Generated Imagery Program won most of the prizes for emerging filmmakers at the 2023 Hudson Film Festival in April.

Literary duo Arizona and Heather O’Neill share thoughts on Dawson experience

Ahead of their guest appearance at a Dawson Reads event on March 22, Arizona O’Neill (Fine Arts, 2013) and Heather O’Neill (Social Science, 1992) shared some thoughts on their Dawson experiences, the creative process and writing. Thanks to organizer and English teacher Sarah Gilbert for interviewing the mother-daughter duo.

Dawson teacher awarded excellence in teaching physics for Quebec and Nunavut

Dawson’s Hélène Nadeau has been selected by the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) for the 2022 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Quebec and Nunavut). This is “recognition of her dedication to teaching physics and the development of students’ experimental and research skills,” stated the CAP in their news release.

Last Modified: September 1, 2023