A former high school band teacher has been found guilty on three counts of sexual interference and not guilty on three charges of sexual assault.
65-year old Roger Jabbour was in Charlottetown provincial court on Friday.
Judge John Douglas stayed two other charges of sexual touching.
Jabbour went to trial in July on eight charges.
Complaints were made by female students at Colonel Gray High School between September of 2012 and June in 2015.
During his trial, Jabbour denied all of the allegations against him.
He said he did hug the girls and took them to dinner to thank them for extra work they did in the music department.
Judge Douglas says all of the victims credible.
Two of the victims were 15 and the other was 14.
Jabbour has another trial coming up next Friday on two counts of sexual exploitation involving a fourth person.
He will also be back in court on November 2nd on the first matter.