Clockwise from top left: • Grade 8 Honour Roll • Grade 9 Honour Roll • Grade 12 Honour Roll • Grade 11 Honour Roll • Grade 10 Honour Roll

Honour Roll students at Barriere Secondary

Barriere Secondary principal, Ken Rife, congratulated the school’s students for achieving the term honour roll

Barriere Secondary principal, Ken Rife,  recently congratulated the school’s students for achieving the term honour roll.

Rife said, “Seventy-two per cent of our students are on the honour roll for 2nd term, which is fantastic! Before we know it,  it will be Spring Break and then the push to the end of the year will be on.”

Rife also noted how pleased he was that provincial exam marks for 1st semester showed BSS students scored very well compared to the rest of School District 73, and the province in most areas as well.

“Congratulations to the students, and to the teachers and CEA’s whose efforts paid off on the exam,” said Rife.

 

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