2017 International DECA Competition

Our five competitors represented Iroquois Ridge and Team Ontario at the International Competition!

2016 DECA Provincial Competition

Dylan Ratti created an app that is currently being used for Alopecia Areata and is accessible on iOS!

2014 Pitch It Case Competition

2nd place and $1000!

2013 OBEA Junior Desktop Publishing Contest

Robin Scheffler wins top prize as our dominance provincially continues.

2012 OBEA Junior Desktop Publishing Contest

Rachel Ogawa continues our excellence in desktop publishing by capturing the top provincial award.


After storming through provincial, Gamal represented us with multiple top 10 placements at Salt Lake City, Utah.


Congratulations Justin Crawford and Jason Coles.

2010 OBEA Junior Desktop Publishing Contest

Congratulations Cleo Lant provincial champion!

2010 OBEA Junior Desktop Publishing Contest

Nikhita Singhal captures third place. Pictured here with Cleo.

2009 OBEA Marketing Plan Contest

Congratulations to Ridge Business Studies students Michelle McDonald and Michael Usling on winning 3rd place in the OBEA Marketing Contest. Well done!

Halton 2009 Business Plan Competition

Elyse Simpson wins first prize this year for her Jangle Records, a company she started to help young artists. Elyse also finished second in the Central Regional competition. Way to go Elyse!

OBEA 2007 Business Leadership Competition

Melissa Davis, Nichole Dalzell, Caroline Douville captured first place. Melissa is pictured below when she attended the annual awards banquet.

OBEA 2007 Senior Desktop Publishing Competition

Brian Choi and Andrew Kim won first place for their travel company project.

2006 OBEA Grade 11 Accounting Contest

Nathan did the unthinkable and won the grade 11 provincial accounting contest, beating 1200 other students. He followed up the next year and placed ninth in the grade 12 contest. Better yet he also won the Sprott Business Simulation Classic competition. Nathan is now a professional poker player!

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