Create A Logo | Community Matters | Y-LEARN Competitions

The 2021-2022 school year has come to an end and we are so excited to announce our winners for the Create A Logo competition (grades 4-6), Community Matters competition (grade 7-9), and our Y-LEARN competition (grades 7-12). Student participants from across the province identified gaps in their communities and developed business opportunities to solve those gaps. Each participant demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit and passion for their community in their submissions. Congratulations to all who participated!

To learn more about how to get involved for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year, please contact the Enterprise Olympics Coordinator, Jess Rice, at or (709) 765-5303.

Have a safe and happy Summer!

Create A Logo (Grades 4, 5 & 6)

Elementary student’s are asked to identify a need in their community, build a theoretical business or social enterprise to meet that need, and represent their idea with a brief description and logo.

Create A Logo Provincial Winners (by grade)

  • Grade 4: Harpyr Jones (HJ International) from Immaculate Heart of Mary School

  • Grade 5: Gwen Brothers (Luscious Locks) from East Point Elementary

  • Grade 6: Will Carter (Floatrunks) from Sprucewood Academy

Community Matters (Grades 7, 8 & 9)

Junior high student’s are asked to identify a need in their community and plan business to fill that need. They’re expected to research and develop their business concept, and use the medium of their choice to articulate the idea (video, powerpoint, essay, etc.). Details are expected.

Community Matters Provincial Winners (by grade)

  • Grade 7: Jaxon Oliver (We Care) from Brother Rice Junior High

  • Grade 9: Chelsea Jesso (Walkie Talkies) from Stephenville High

Y LEARN (Newcomer Youth)

This program is designed for newcomer students enrolled in the LEARN (Literacy Enrichment and Academic Readiness for Newcomers) branch of the NLESD. Students are asked to identify a community-wide issue or gap in newcomer services, and present a business-based through the medium of their choice.

Y-LEARN Class Winners

  • 1st place: Sima Muhammed (Style Housing)

  • 2nd place: Israa al Falah (“YMCA”)

  • 3rd place: Shabnam Naziri (Bread Company)