Barriere Secondary Principal’s List for 2012-2013

Academic Honour Achievement and Effort Honour Roll for Semester 1 and Term 3 of this year

Many of the the Barriere Secondary students who made the 2012-2013 Principal’s List pose with their certificates.

Many of the the Barriere Secondary students who made the 2012-2013 Principal’s List pose with their certificates.

Congratulations to the following students for their hard work in attaining Academic Honour Achievement (above 80 per cent average) and Effort Honour Roll  for Semester 1 and Term 3 of this year.  The success of these students was celebrated with a lunchtime barbecue at the school on June 13.

Grade  8: Kiera Eustache, Jenelle Janis, Nicolas McInnes, Leanna Mitchell, Kathleen Pilatzke, Sara Smith, and Serena Steel.

Grade 9: Vanessa Balatti, Flora Copley, Kobe Ewashina, Hannah Feller, Ariel Fennell, Breann Fischer, Jenessa Jones, Chelsea Lloyd, Jillian McInnes and Garrett Tremblay.

Grade 10: Ashley Fitger, Talyse Lyons, Alexander Peterson and Brittany Piva.

Grade 11: Chloe Burton, Braeden Chambers, Nicole Huber, Indigo Johnson, Drew Johnson, Emma Schilling and Alisha Vogel.

Grade 12: Hannah Allen, Quinn Brackman, Jessica Gartner, Michelle Lamprea, Alysha Piva and Katrine Schilling.

Five Year Achievement: Hannah Allen, Jessica Gartner, Alysha Piva and Katrine Schilling.

 

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