A report on St. Catharines and Ridley College

Coat of arms of Ridley College
Dr. John Ormsby Miller, first headmaster of Ridley College.
Morningstar Mill at Decew Falls on the Niagara Escarpment
Gooderham House at Ridley College in the 1920s.
The Iggulden Gym at Ridley College in the 1940s.
British Methodist Episcopal Church, Salem Chapel
The Memorial Great Hall at Ridley College was opened in 1950 and dedicated to alumni who lost their lives in World War II.
Grapes from a family vineyard near the city's west end
Lower School at Ridley College.
Montebello Park
Upper School at Ridley College.
The Old Courthouse, at the corner of James and King streets
Ridley College Memorial Chapel.
The six municipal wards of St. Catharines
Ridley College Memorial Chapel.
Federal and provincial ridings representing St. Catharines prior to 2007
Arthur Bishop House, which includes Arthur Bishop East and West (two of the five boys’ houses within Ridley College).
The Garden City Tower is the Ministry of Transportation headquarters, with downtown transit terminal at ground level.
Ridley College's mascot,
Communities of St. Catharines
F.W. Baldwin at Ridley College, 1900
St. Catharines has grown by nearly 100,000 residents since 1956.
Aerial view of downtown St. Catharines
Lakeport Road, in Old Port Dalhousie
Port Dalhousie Yacht Club West Docks, Waterfront Trail
Martindale Pond next to Martindale Road in St. Catharines, Ontario
Walker's Creek, one of the paths and parks for which St. Catharines is known
The Market is a venue for events like SCENE.
The Pen Centre
Cathedral dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria located in downtown St. Catharines

Ridley College (also known as RC, Ridley) is a private boarding and day university-preparatory school located in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, 20 miles (32 km) from Niagara Falls.

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The pond is also home to the St. Catharines rowing club, Brock University rowing club, Ridley College rowing club and to the annual CSSRA Championships, which draws hundreds of high school athletes from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

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Thomas Rodman Merritt Source: Library and Archives Canada

Thomas Rodman Merritt

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Businessman and political figure in Upper Canada, later Ontario, Canada.

Businessman and political figure in Upper Canada, later Ontario, Canada.

Thomas Rodman Merritt Source: Library and Archives Canada

He studied at Upper Canada College and Grantham Academy in St. Catharines.

He helped found Bishop Ridley College at St. Catharines and served as president from 1888 to 1899.