QCSS announces honour roll students

  • Jun. 27, 2011 8:00 a.m.

Queen Charlotte Secondary School 2010-11 Term 4 Honour Roll:Grade 8Bronze: Camille Yeltatzie, Jesse OlsonSilver: Elizabeth Taylor, Laura Wilkins, Abigail Fraser, Angus Bartier, Fergus WilsonGold: Chelsea Barnicott, Maddie Mills, Abigail Mitchell, Averie Romas, Preston SloanPrincipal’s Award: Sarah PeerlessGrade 9Bronze: Brandon Gibbard, Alix GoetzingerSilver: Nathan Vogstad, Damon Fladmark, Geoffrey Martynuik, Lewis Hancock, Sara KendallGold: Khataya Brown, Rhea BotelPrincipal’s Award: Audrey CoberGrade 10 Bronze: Hailey ChapmanSilver: Daniel Pazarena, Trevis Pamment, Caitlynn Skafte, Tyrone Collinson, Levi Sears, Tyrel McDavid, Adam Bear, Paula YoungPrincipal’s Award: Tatyana YaskoGrade 11 Bronze: Kelsey PeltonSilver: Eli Morigeau, Kevin Husband, Chelsy McDavid, Jastra Alton, Vanessa Engel, Mervin Leach, Samantha Wesley, Niisii Guujaaw, Benson Hilgemann, Heidi RichardsonGold: Peter Moore, Quinlan FennellPrincipal’s Award: Daniel ArndtGrade 12 Bronze: Tori Roberts, Ryan Barnes, Chad Dignard, Laas ParnellSilver: Lucas Shoop, Josh Vandal, Kelsey Lore, Nassimo Pion, Jordie Laidlaw, Ayanna Rhindress, Larissa HowlettGold: Oceana Pazarena, Nic Ames, Elizabeth Cumming, James MillsPrincipal’s Award: Braeden CoberHonourable Mention: Arthur LeachQueen Charlotte Secondary School 2010-11 Year End Honour Roll:Grade 8Silver: Angus Bartier, Fergus Wilson, Preston SloanGold: Maddie Mills, Chelsea Barnicott, Sarah Peerless, Abigail MitchellGrade 9Silver: Nathan Vogstad, Alix Goetzinger, Cohen Isberg, Lewis Hancock, Geoffrey MartynuikGold: Khataya BrownPrincipal’s Award: Rhea Botel, Audrey CoberGrade 10 Silver: Levi Sears, Daniel Pazarena, Caitlynn Skafte, Hailey Chapman, Trevis Pamment, Tyrel McDavid, Paula Young, Adam BearPrincipal’s Award: Tatyana YaskoGrade 11 Bronze: Jastra Alton, Vanessa Engel, Chelsy McDavidSilver: Samantha Wesley, Heidi Richardson, Niisii Guujaaw, Peter Moore, Quinlan FennellPrincipal’s Award: Daniel ArndtGrade 12 Silver: Ryan Barnes, Laas Parnell, Kelsey Lore, Jordie Laidlaw, Lucas Shoop, Josh Vandal, Larissa Howlett, Nic Ames, Ayanna RhindressGold: Elizabeth Cumming, James Mills, Oceana PazarenaPrincipal’s Award: Braeden CoberHonourable Mention: Arthur Leach

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