Kinkora Re­gional High School 2015 grad­u­ates

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - GRADUATION 2015 -

Pa­trick Bar­low (Hon­ours) Kendall Bernard Shandi Cameron (Hon­ours) Leah Craig (Hon­ours) The late DJ Gallant Ceilidh Gaudet Lo­gan Hef­fel Carter Hutch­e­son Ted Landry Jor­dan Larkin Bethany Law­less Kirk Lun­dri­gan An­drew MacCor­mack Sarah MacDon­nell Joel MacDougall (Hon­ours) Tamika MacLel­lan Austin Martin Jenna McCarville (Hon­ours) Molly Mur­phy (Hon­ours) Cassie Mur­ray (Hon­ours) Hai­ley Noo­nan Amanda O’Con­nor Re­becca Paynter (Hon­ours) Amanda Pinkham (Hon­ours) Des­tiny Pow­ers Tim Reeves (Hon­ours) Lo­gan Robin­son Cody Sin­clair Alexan­dra Torok Quiana Woolaver

Kinkora Re­gional High School schol­ar­ships, prizes and bur­saries

Pa­trick Bar­low— Pa­tri­cia McCar­dle Prize and the Ceretti’s Gro­cery & Hard­ware Prize for the high­est mark in Math 631.

Kendall Bernard— The prize for the high­est mark in Re­source 601, the P.E.I. Road­builders’ As­so­ci­a­tion Bur­sary for most im­proved and the Turn Around Award.

Shandi Cameron— The third high­est av­er­age in Grade 12, the Stu­dent of the Year tro­phy, prizes for the high­est marks in Co-op Work Stud­ies 601 and In­for­ma­tion Tech­nol­ogy 401, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary, the $500 Honourable Madam Jus­tice Michele M. Mur­phy Award, the $300 Kinkora & Area Fire Depart­ment Bur­sary and the S.A.S.S.Y. award in mem­ory

of Dennis “DJ” Ju­nior Gallant.

Leah Craig— The Gover­nor Gen­eral’s Medal, the high­est av­er­age in Grade 12, the Earl and An­nie Duffy Schol­ar­ship to UPEI re­new­able for four years with a to­tal value up to $12,000, a $3,000 Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award to UPEI, the $535 Kinkora Re­gional High School Staff Bur­sary, the Bren­dan "BK" Kelly Award for Aca­demic and Ath­letic Ex­cel­lence, prizes for the high­est marks in Physics 621, Bi­ol­ogy 621, Peer Help­ing 601, AgriS­cience 801, the Stewart McKelvey Prize for the high­est mark in English 621, the Biovec­tra Prize for the high­est mark in Chem­istry 621, the Pa­tri­cia McCar­dle Prize & the Ceretti’s Gro­cery & Hard­ware Prize for the high­est marks in Math 621B and Math 611, a cer­tifi­cate for be­ing se­lected as a 2015 Schulich Leader Nom­i­nee, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary and the $250 Fa­ther Lou Mur­phy Me­mo­rial Trust Award.

Ceilidh Gaudet— The $3,000 Gov­ern­ment of P.E.I. Marine At­lantic Bur­sary, the $500 Hol­land Col­lege Me­mo­rial Fund Award, the $250 Tran­si­tions Lead­er­ship Award to Hol­land Col­lege, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate and the $250 Bor­den-Car­leton & Area Fire Dept. Bur­sary.

Lo­gan Hef­fel— The first stu­dent from KRHS to com­plete the re­quire­ments for the Academy Diploma Pro­gram in Agri­cul­ture & Bio-Science and the Mu­tant Award for weightlift­ing.

Carter Hutch­e­son— The Prin­ci­pal’s At­ten­dance Award for theGrade 12 stu­dent with the best at­ten­dance record.

Ted Landry— A cer­tifi­cate rec­og­niz­ing his par­tic­i­pa­tion in a Ro­tary Youth Ex­change to Rome, Italy, and the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate.

Bethany Law­less— The $1,000 RBC Award, theKRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary, the Sham­rock Unit of the CWL Award and the $250 John Call­beck Me­mo­rial Award.

Kirk Lun­dri­gan— The $1,000 Noo­nan Petroleum Ltd. Schol­ar­ship, the $500 Sle­mon Park Cor­po­ra­tion Bur­sary and the Stewart McKelvey Prize for the high­est mark in English 631.

An­drew MacCor­mack— The

prize for the high­est mark in Ac­count­ing 621.

Sarah MacDon­nell— The prize for the high­est mark in Mu­sic 621, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary, the KRHS Cof­fee House Bur­sary, the Long & McQuade Mu­sic Award, the Turn Around Award and the $500 Ray­mond Kelly Me­mo­rial Bur­sary (shared).

Joel MacDougall— The Sham­rock Unit of the CWL Award.

Austin Martin— The prize for the high­est mark in Cana­dian History 621.

Jenna McCarville— The $3,000 Sa­muel Hol­land En­trance Schol­ar­ship to Hol­land Col­lege, the $250 Tran­si­tions Lead­er­ship Award to Hol­land Col­lege, the Cana­dian Par­ents for French prize for a stu­dent show­ing in­ter­est and en­thu­si­asm in learn­ing a sec­ond lan­guage, A My Ex­plore bur­sary val­ued at $2,200 to study French for five weeks this sum­mer at Univer­sité Sainte Anne, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary, the Kinkora CWL Award and the Turn Around Award.

Molly Mur­phy— The fourth high­est av­er­age in Grade 12, a $2,000 Dal­housie Univer­sity En­trance Schol­ar­ship, a $4,500 Dal­housie Univer­sity Res­i­dence Schol­ar­ship, the $500 Dal­housie Univer­sity Fac­ulty of Agri­cul­ture Ag. Cert. Pro­gram Schol­ar­ship, the $1,500 Con­sol­i­dated Credit Union Schol­ar­ship, the $1,000 Eric Mur­ray Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship, the $1,000 P.E.I. 4-H Coun­cil Schol­ar­ship, the $1,000 Aubrey Mac­Don­ald Bur­sary, the prize for the high­est mark in Global Is­sues 621,the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the $200 Agri­cul­ture Sec­tor Coun­cil AgriS­cience Prize, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary and the $200 Jen­nifer Ann Kil­bride Me­mo­rial Bur­sary.

Cassie Mur­ray — The $2,000 Lead­ers of To­mor­row Schol­ar­ship to UPEI, a $1,000 Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award to UPEI, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary, the $1,500 Malpeque Bay Credit Union Schol­ar­ship, the $1,000 Duffy Con­struc­tion Bur­sary, the $500 Ro­tary Club of Summerside Schol­ar­ship, the $400 Kinkora Com­mu­nity Coun­cil Bur­sary and the $500 Ray­mond Kelly Me­mo­rial Bur­sary (shared).

Hai­ley Noo­nan — The KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate and the $300 Ni­cholas Lambe Me­mo­rial Award.

Amanda O’Con­nor— An award for con­sis­tent ef­fort, a cer­tifi­cate rec­og­niz­ing her par­tic­i­pa­tion in a Ro­tary Youth Ex­change to Brus­sels, Bel­gium, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary, the Ralph McCarvill Me­mo­rial Bur­sary and the He­lena Green Me­mo­rial Award for Cana­dian History.

Re­becca Paynter— The fifth high­est av­er­age in Grade 12, the Stu­dent of the Year tro­phy, the $1,500 Con­sol­i­dated Credit

Union Schol­ar­ship, a $1,000 Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award to UPEI, the $1,000 Leonard E. Keefe and Genevieve L. Keefe Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship, an award for con­sis­tent ef­fort, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate, the David Mac­Don­ald Me­mo­rial Plaque and Bur­sary, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary and the $300 Pa­tri­cia Duffy Me­mo­rial Bur­sary.

Amanda Pinkham — The sec­ond high­est av­er­age in Grade 12, the $1,050 Hol­land Col­lege Fac­ulty As­so­ci­a­tion Award, the $800 P.E.I. Mu­tual In­sur­ance Ed­u­ca­tion Trust Schol­ar­ship, the prize for the high­est mark in French 621, the Pa­tri­cia McCar­dle Prize and the Ceretti’s Gro­cery & Hard­ware Prize for the high­est mark in Math 621A, the Cana­dian Par­ents for French prize for a stu­dent show­ing in­ter­est and en­thu­si­asm in learn­ing a sec­ond lan­guage and the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary.

Tim Reeves — A $1,000 Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award to UPEI, an award for con­sis­tent ef­fort, the KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate and the $350 Aden and Gla­dys Mul­li­gan Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship.

Lo­gan Robin­son — The KRHS Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate and the Pa­trick MacWil­liams Me­mo­rial Award.

Cody Sin­clair — The Turn

Around Award.

Alexan­dra Torok — An award for con­sis­tent ef­fort and the K.R.H.S. Agri­cul­ture Cer­tifi­cate.

Quiana Woolaver — The $1,000 Eric Mur­ray Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship, the $500 Mar­i­lyn and Leah Smith Ed­u­ca­tion Schol­ar­ship, an award for con­sis­tent ef­fort, the up to $500 Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Bur­sary and the $500 GC Bell Town of Bor­den-Car­leton Schol­ar­ship.

SUB­MIT­TED PHOTO

Kinkora Re­gional High School grad­u­ates, from left, stu­dent coun­cil pres­i­dent Cassie Mur­ray, who also de­liv­ered the salu­ta­tion, vale­dic­to­rian Molly Mur­phy and Gover­nor Gen­eral's Medal win­ner Leah Craig join prin­ci­pal Jaime Cole on the lawn be­fore the school's grad­u­a­tion.The 53rd an­nual com­mence­ment ex­er­cises of KRHS took place on Mon­day, June 22.

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