A man who has been criminally convicted of assaulting a teenaged student and has been stripped of his teaching licence for professional misconduct and sexual abuse is now the principal of a private high school that caters largely to international boarding students, CBC News has learned.
Anthony “Antonio” Ross pleaded guilty in 2019 after police laid a charge of assault against him in 2018.
He now works at Convoy International Secondary Academy [CISA], which charges students about $10,000 a year in tuition. Public records show it’s owned by a numbered company based in Ontario and another company based in Beijing, China.
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