Milton High School graduate Ryan Henson has been named the top high school senior in the country for the past year.
Henson, a senior in Milton High’s School of Medicine, has been chosen to be the Milton High school senior of the year by the Medical Society of Canada, the Canadian Medical Association, and the Canadian Nurses Association.
He was named to the list this year after finishing his last semester of high school in April.
Higgins, who was born in Hamilton, Ontario, graduated from Milton High in 2014 with a bachelor of arts in medicine degree.
He went on to earn his medical degree at McMaster University, where he spent two years working in internal medicine.
Hickson, who is also from Milton, Ont., was named Milton High student of the month for April, according to the CBC News website.
He said he was excited to be named the Milton high school student of year.
“It was just a dream come true,” Hickson said.
“It was a little bit of a dream coming true for me, and it was just the dream that was going to come true.”
I’m super happy, it was a lot of fun, and I’m just grateful to be chosen for it.
“The Canadian Medical Protective Association said it was humbled by the news.”
The medical profession is a proud employer of our medical professionals and we are proud to have a diverse set of medical professionals representing our country at the highest levels,” said Dr. David Hodge, medical officer of the Canadian Association of Medical Protective Associations.”
We look forward to welcoming Ryan Hinson to the medical profession in the near future.
“Higgins is one of eight Milton High graduates who have been named to this year’s list of medical graduates of the week.
They are:Alexis Sartain, who received a bachelor’s degree in surgery from McMaster University; David Poulin, who earned a master’s in surgery at the University of Guelph; and Daniel McIlwee, who completed a master of surgery at Concordia University.