Morell Re­gional High School 2015 grad­u­ates

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - GRADUATION 2015 - - Ross Mac­Don­ald. Carthy. My­ers. Squires. An­der­son. - Chloe MacKin­non. - Emily Woods. Bran­don Dono­van Snook. - - Christina Savoie. Jessie Shana­han. Jean-Michel Vail­lan­court. Mc- Bran­don - - Louis - - - Jon - Bethany Dunn. - Keaton Far­rell. - Alyssa MacKi

Credit Union and the stu­dent has main­tained an av­er­age of at least 70 per cent and plans to pur­sue a post-sec­ondary ca­reer

A prize do­nated by the Com­mu­nity of Morell to the stu­dent in the grad class who put forth sus­tained ef­fort dur­ing their aca­demic year

A prize do­nated by McKenna Broth­ers to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in English 631A, a prize do­nated by Mt. Stewart Home and School to a stu­dent who put forth sus­tained ef­fort in his stud­ies

A prize do­nated by the Com­mu­nity of Mt. Stewart to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Car­pen­try 801C, a prize do­nated by Dennis MacEwen Elec­tric to a stu­dent most de­serv­ing in the vo­ca­tional area

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary

A prize do­nated by St. Bon­aven­ture's Parish Life Com­mit­tee to a stu­dent in the grad class who pro­vided school ser­vice -

The P.E.I. Mu­tual Ed­u­ca­tion Trust Award val­ued at $800

A prize do­nated by the Morell Le­gion Se­niors Club to the grad­u­ate who has shown per­se­ver­ance to suc­ceed, a prize do­nated by Kevin and Liz Mosher to a de­serv­ing stu­dent who has worked well through the school year, over­came ob­sta­cles and plans to con­tinue a post-sec­ondary ed­u­ca­tion, a Hol­land Col­lege Sa­muel Hol­land En­trance Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000

A prize do­nated in mem­ory of Alton An­der­son to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Com­mu­ni­ca­tions 801A, a prize do­nated by in mem­ory of de­ceased mem­bers of the Mor­ri­son and Smith fam­i­lies for the stu­dent most im­proved in Math 621A

The P.E.I. Agri­cul­ture Sec­tor Coun­cil prize for the Agri-Science 801 stu­dent who demon­strates a pos­i­tive com­mit­ment to the agri­cul­ture in­dus­try

A prize do­nated by Morell Con­sumer's Co-op­er­a­tive to a stu­dent from the Morell area judged de­serv­ing be­cause of dili­gent and faith­ful ap­pli­ca­tion to the prin­ci­ples of study and who plans to con­tinue his aca­demics, the Morell Lions Club prize to the stu­dent in the grad class from the Morell area who by con­tri­bu­tion to school and com­mu­nity best ex­em­pli­fied the motto of Lion­ism "We Serve", the Mike MacKin­non Me­mo­rial Bur­sary val­ued at $200 to a de­serv­ing stu­dent with ties to the fish­ing in­dus­try and pro­ceed­ing to a post-sec­ondary in­sti­tu­tion and who has through­out the high school years demon­strated the qual­i­ties of friend­ship, full schol­ar­ship val­ued in ex­cess of $120,000 to at­tend the Royal Mil­i­tary Col­lege Saint-Jean by the Cana­dian Armed Forces for the Reg­u­lar Of­fi­cer Train­ing Plan to be­gin stud­ies lead­ing to a bach­e­lor of science de­gree and em­ploy­ment as a naval of­fi­cer

A prize do­nated by Morell Con­sol­i­dated School to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Phys­i­cal Ed­u­ca­tion 621A, a prize do­nated by Morell Con­sumer's Co­op­er­a­tive to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Physics 521A, the Rooney Prize to a de­serv­ing stu­dent from the Morell area who worked well and is pre­par­ing for univer­sity, a prize do­nated by Olive Crane and Paul Af­fleck to a de­serv­ing stu­dent in Phys­i­cal Ed­u­ca­tion 621 who has demon­strated strong lead­er­ship skills through their con­tri­bu­tion to com­mu­nity, a St. Dun­stan's Bur­sary val­ued at $600, a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award val­ued at $1,000, the Knights of Colum­bus Fourth De­gree Schol­ar­ship val­ued at up to $1,500 an­nu­ally, the David C. Pearcey Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 over four years where the stu­dent's par­ents are mem­bers of the Morell Credit Union and the stu­dent has main­tained an av­er­age of at least 70 per cent and plans to pur­sue a post-sec­ondary ca­reer, the Tom Kenny Me­mo­rial Award of Ex­cel­lence awarded bi-an­nu­ally and val­ued at $3,000

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary, a prize do­nated by Morell United Church to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Math 621A, a prize do­nated by Com­mu­nity of St. Peter's Bay to a stu­dent from the St. Peter's area who put forth sus­tained ef­fort in his stud­ies, a prize do­nated by Kings United Pas­toral Charge to a stu­dent from the Mount Stewart, Morell, St. Peter's Bay Pas­toral Charge, a Hol­land Col­lege Sa­muel Hol­land En­trance Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $3,000

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary, a prize do­nated by the Morell High Stu­dent Coun­cil to a stu­dent who has shown ef­fort, in­ter­est and par­tic­i­pa­tion in the grad class, a prize do­nated by McKenna Broth­ers to a grad­u­ate show­ing po­ten­tial to be a leader in com­mu­nity ser­vice work and who main­tained sat­is­fac­tory grades, a prize do­nated by Morell Credit Union to the stu­dent from the Mt. Stewart area judged de­serv­ing be­cause of dili­gent and faith­ful ap­pli­ca­tion to the prin­ci­ples of study and who plans to con­tinue her aca­demics, a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award val­ued at $500, the Brenda Dunn Lay­bolt Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,500

A prize do­nated by Jasper Wyman to a de­serv­ing stu­dent

A prize do­nated by An­gus Mac­Don­ald Boiler & Burner Ser­vice to the grad­u­ate who has shown per­se­ver­ance to suc­ceed

A prize do­nated by Morell Sco­tia­bank to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Math 801A, a prize do­nated by Morell Con­sumer's Co­op­er­a­tive to a stu­dent from the Morell area who put forth sus­tained ef­fort in her stud­ies, a Morell Credit Union Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 over four years where the stu­dent's par­ents are mem­bers of the Morell Credit Union and the stu­dent has main­tained an av­er­age of at least 70 per cent and plans to pur­sue a post­sec­ondary ca­reer

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary, a prize do­nated by Re­sults Mar­ket­ing to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in History 621A, a prize do­nated by James and Loretta MacAu­lay to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Mu­sic 621A, a prize do­nated by Friends of the Morell Le­gion to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Peer Help­ing 601A, the Univer­sity of Toronto Book Club award for cre­ativ­ity in writ­ing and writ­ten ex­pres­sion in the stu­dent's Grade 11 year, a prize do­nated by the Tra­cadie Lion's Club to a stu­dent in the grad class who put forth sus­tained ef­fort dur­ing her aca­demic year, a prize do­nated by Ap­ple Val­ley Farms to the stu­dent from the Tra­cadie area judged de­serv­ing be­cause of dili­gent and faith­ful ap­pli­ca­tion to the prin­ci­ples of study and who plans to con­tinue her aca­demics, the Jasper Wyman Award to a de­serv­ing stu­dent, a prize do­nated by Cox and Palmer Law Firm to the stu­dent who made a con­sid­er­able con­tri­bu­tion to school cli­mate val­ued at $250, the 2015 Con­fed­er­a­tion Bridge Ed­u­ca­tion Bur­sary val­ued at $1,000, the Mar­guerite-Bour­geoys Bur­sary val­ued at $1,000, the Regi­nald Pen­der­gast Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000 pre­sented an­nu­ally on Prince Ed­ward Is­land to a grad­u­ate who shows aca­demic achieve­ment awarded to his grand­daugh­ter, a Carl­ton Univer­sity en­trance schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 re­new­able over four years to a value of $8,000

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary, the St. Teresa's Con­sol­i­dated School Award to the stu­dent who pre­vi­ously at­tended St. Teresa's Con­sol­i­dated who demon­strates car­ing, re­spect and com­pas­sion for oth­ers, a prize do­nated by St. Cuth­bert's CWL to the stu­dent from the St. Teresa's area judged de­serv­ing be­cause of dili­gent and faith­ful ap­pli­ca­tion to the prin­ci­ples of study and who plans to con­tinue aca­demics, a prize do­nated by the Morell Knights of Colum­bus for ex­cel­lence in ath­let­ics and aca­demics

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary, a prize do­nated by McKenna Bros. to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Eco­nom­ics 621A, the Jeanette and Don­ald Bradley Me­mo­rial Award for the high­est ag­gre­gate in Aca­demic Math and English for Grades 10, 11 and 12, the St. Teresa's Con­sol­i­dated School Award to the stu­dent who pre­vi­ously at­tended St. Teresa's Con­sol­i­dated who demon­strates strong aca­demic per­for­mance, a prize do­nated by Stewart McKelvey, Scales law firm to the stu­dent with the high­est ag­gre­gate in So­cial Stud­ies 521/621 lev­els, the Hon­or­able Lawrence MacAu­lay Award to the stu­dent in the grad class who con­trib­uted most to stu­dent gov­ern­ment and ac­tiv­ity and who achieved high aca­demic stand­ing, the Queen El­iz­a­beth Hos­pi­tal In­ter­nal Medicine Depart­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $500, the Aubrey Mac­Don­ald Bur­sary awarded to a stu­dent that has demon­strated lead­er­ship, and crit­i­cal think­ing skills in the study of en­vi­ron­men­tal sciences val­ued at $1,000, the Doris H. An­der­son Lead­ers of To­mor­row Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000; a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Award val­ued at $2,000

A prize do­nated by Re­sults Mar­ket­ing to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Com­puter 621A, a prize do­nated by Comp­ton Broth­ers to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Ro­bot­ics 801A, a prize do­nated by Tra­cadie Lion's Club to a stu­dent from the Tra­cadie area who put forth sus­tained ef­fort in his stud­ies, a prize do­nated by Deltaware for ex­cel­lence in Com­puter Science, the English Lan­guage School Board Award of Ex­cel­lence val­ued at $500

A com­mu­nity ser­vice bur­sary, a medal from the P.E.I. School Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion for the top fe­male ath­lete of the grad­u­at­ing class, a prize do­nated by A.S. MacSwain to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Bi­ol­ogy 621A, a prize do­nated by Larry McGuire Driv­ing School to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in English 621A, a prize do­nated by St. John's United Church to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Math 611B, a prize do­nated by Morell United Church to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Math 621B, a prize do­nated by the Com­mu­nity of St. Peter's to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Peer Help­ing 501A, a prize do­nated by Morell High School to a stu­dent in the grad class who put forth sus­tained ef­fort dur­ing her aca­demic year, the Jasper Wyman Award to a de­serv­ing stu­dent, the P.E.I. Road­builders Award val­ued at $100 to a grad­u­ate who has shown out­stand­ing achieve­ment dur­ing the scholas­tic year, a prize do­nated by Wal­ter and Colleen MacEwen to the stu­dent who did the most to pro­mote school cli­mate on a vol­un­teer ba­sis, a prize do­nated in mem­ory of Daniel R. Mac­Don­ald, for­mer teacher of Morell High to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Ge­og­ra­phy 621A, a prize do­nated by BioVec­tra to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in Chem­istry 621A, a Schulich Leader Schol­ar­ship Nom­i­nee, a 2015 Lo­ran Semi Fi­nal­ist, the P.E.I. 4-H Alumni Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000, the P.E.I. 2014 Com­mu­nity Ad­vi­sory schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000, a Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment schol­ar­ship val­ued at $3,000, the Univer­sity of Prince Ed­ward Is­land Fac­ulty As­so­ci­a­tion Schol­ar­ship for full tu­ition for four years val­ued at $5,520 an­nu­ally

A prize do­nated by Claudette An­der­son in mem­ory of Wayne An­der­son to a stu­dent from the St. Peter's area judged de­serv­ing be­cause of dili­gent and faith­ful to the prin­ci­ples of study and who plans to con­tinue his aca­demics, a Dal­housie En­trance Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000, a Res­i­dence Schol­ar­ship for Agri­cul­ture val­ued at $4,500 -

A prize do­nated by Morell Con­sumers' Co-op­er­a­tive to the stu­dent in the grad­u­at­ing class plac­ing third awarded to

A prize do­nated by Morell High Par­ent Ad­vi­sory Com­mit­tee to the stu­dent in the grad­u­at­ing class plac­ing sec­ond

A prize do­nated by Morell Credit Union to the stu­dent in the grad­u­at­ing class plac­ing first, the Gover­nor Gen­eral's Medal (es­tab­lished in 1873 and rec­og­niz­ing stu­dents who have achieved the high­est aca­demic av­er­age in Grades 11 and 12)

a Souris Credit Union Ltd. Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $1,800, the Pro­vin­cial Ap­pren­tice­ship Board ASAP/Hol­land Col­lege Board Prize in the amount of $1000, a $50 prize do­nated by Kings United Pas­toral Charge and a cer­tifi­cate for third high­est stand­ing in Automotive 801C.

a $50 prize do­nated by St. Mar­garet’s Parish and a cer­tifi­cate for third high­est stand­ing in Automotive 801E.

a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, an Agro-Coop Bur­sary in the amount of $500, a $500 schol­ar­ship do­nated by the For­tune Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, the John A. McMil­lan QC Prize of $250, awarded to the stu­dent with the high­est stand­ing in English 621, the Anne Mac­Don­ald Prize of $250, the Claude Dixon Prize of $100, the Ge­orge A. Leard Me­mo­rial Prize of $45 awarded for high­est stand­ing in Is­land history, cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in History 621B and English 621 and a cer­tifi­cate for Con­stant and Sus­tained Ef­fort. Jake placed sev­enth in his class.

a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, a Cana­dian Par­ents for French schol­ar­ship in the amount of $2,000, the Dr. Percy Lorne Lavers Me­mo­rial Trust prize of $300, a $250 prize do­nated by Black Pond Farms, a $150 school prize, a CAFÉ cer­tifi­cate and $50 prize for the stu­dent

BRIAN MCINNIS/THE GUARDIAN

Morell Re­gional High School held its grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony at the school on June 24. Among those tak­ing part are, from left, John Craw­ford, prin­ci­pal, Dono­van Snook, grad­u­ate greeter, Holly Studzin­ski, Gover­nor Gen­eral's Medal win­ner, and Molly Pen­der­gast, vale­dic­to­rian.

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