Students recognized at assembly

Recognition for academic achievement was given to BCSS students at an assembly in the gymnasium.

(From left) BCSS Principal Bo Macfarlane shown with the 10 Grade 8 students who had attained a perfect grade point average of 4.0 in semester one: Adele Fossen

There are 136 students at Boundary Central Senior Secondary in Midway. It is testimony to the hard work and dedication of the students, teachers, staff and parents that over half of those students have achieved a B average or better. They were recognized at an achievement assembly on Monday, March 16.

Principal’s Honour roll – 25 students achieved a GPA of 4.0

Grade 8

Stephanie Bineau

Riley Condon

Adele Fossen

Shane Kappes

Mikayla Klumpp

Sarah MacDonald

Robert McLaren

Noah Srahulek-Kingsley

Rosemary Steele

Faith Zitko

Grade 9

Julia Neugebaur

Ronald Puno

Kellan Shipton

Teanna Shipton

Emily Stewart

Grade 10

Kaitlin Hancock

Grade 11

Thao Atkinson

Kari Durban

Amy Ichishima

Selina Paul

Jade Zitko

Grade 12

Madeline Baia

Daniela Bergendahl

Skylar Desjardins

Daina Shaw

 

Merit roll– 27 BCSS students achieved a GPA of 3.5 – 3.9

Grade 8

Lucas Drinkwater

Sebasian Graham

Darren Masse

Shealyn Waller

Grade 9

Tristan Frankie

Dawson Harpur

Joe Kirschner

Robin Sardinha

Noah Spani

Sasha Van Beek

Grade 10

Beatrix Balch

Jack Fenwick-Wilson

Charity Graham

Keegan Kappes

Natalya Tremblay

Grade 11

Brandon Fillmore

Rachel Geen

Sheldon Leitch

Keller Smith

Dylan St. Germain

Dakota Turnbull

Ashley Vegh

Grade 12

Myrisa Alawie

Adam Bartelings

Madison Harpur

Samuel Hildebrand

Derik Launier

 

Honour roll –  22 students

Grade 8

J.T. Boltz

Jada Campbell

Portia Grandmaison

Shayla Wall

Grade 9

Olivia Baia

Sheinah Bosovich

Nevada Dynneson

Max Kohler

Trevor Paul

K.J. Taksang

Grade 10

Regan Christison

Charlotte Hilderbrand

Hailey McLaren

Erin Uyeyama

Emmalee Williamson

Grade 11

Josiah Danyluk

Kimberley Faminoff

Adam Gozdzik

Indigo Rhodes

Sam Taksang

Grade 12

Ben Rhodes

Sydney Storie

Congratulations to all on a

job well done.

 

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