Queen Charlotte Secondary School Term 1 Honour Roll

  • Dec. 3, 2008 5:00 p.m.

Submitted by the schoolGrade 8Bronze: David Sloan, Tyrone Collinson, Doreeal PierceySilver: Hailey Chapman, Shyla Cross, Dakota Gravelle, Paula Young, Jacob Brooks, Thomas Favreau, Jacob Olson, Daniel Pazarena, Gold: Caitlynn SkaftePrincipal’s Award: Tatyana YaskoGrade 9Bronze: Jastra Alton, Raven YoungSilver: Vanessa Engel, Cheynna Moraes, Tian Lord, Kelsey Pelton, Alessandra Cross, Quinlan Fennell, Heidi Richardson, Benson Hilgemann, Niisii Guujaaw, Peter Moore Principal’s Award: Lara Kunz, Graham Bevington-Meszaros, Daniel ArndtGrade 10Bronze: Nicholas AmesSilver: Josh Vandal, Cole Righi, Tori Roberts, Ayanna Rhindress, Douglas Moody, Luke Pearson, Lucas Shoop, James Mills, Kelsey Lore, Jordie Laidlaw, Larissa Howlett, Ryan Barnes Gold: David Bell-Brown, Oceana Pazarena, Bjorn HunterPrincipal’s Award: Braeden Cober, Elizabeth Cumming Grade 11Bronze: Leah Friesen, Shoshannah GreeneSilver: Cassandra Cross, Sarah Dutheil, Davin Specht, Nikita Auchter, Kye Borserio, Jamie Mould Gold: Alissa MacMullinGrade 12Silver: Charlene Squires, Jessica Scaife, Ken Waters, Bill Yovanovich,Brianne Laird, Ewald Arndt, Winnie OlsonGold: Brionne Lavoie, Morgan Boyd, Ayla Pearson, Alan Moore, Simon LemairePrincipal’s Award: Colin Benoit Honourable Mention: Christine Schmitz, Cole Edinger

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