In 1957 under Canada’s 12th Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, and during a time when Canada was considering the manufacture of the Avro Arrow, many new families began to move West of Toronto. In one of those expanding bedroom communities was the establishment of a brand new school, Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School.
The school was a beacon of education and the home to the newest and brightest as Canada continued to feel the effects of the baby boom years.
Today in 2017, Gordon Graydon celebrates it’s 60 Reunion with teachers, staff, students and cherished memories all distilled to one day of celebration. With Graydon alumni living throughout the Peel Region, Brampton Focus reminisces and celebrates with members of the reunion committee regarding the May 27th 60th reunion event.