Souris Re­gional High School 2015 grad­u­ates

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - GRADUATION 2015 - Bran­dyn Creamer — Car­son De­veau – Reilly Fraser— Wes­ley Jehn — Brai­lyne Jenk­ins — Kelsie Jud­son-Jamieson — Carly Mac­Don­ald — Grace Mac­Don­ald — Made­line Mac­Don­ald — Ron­nie Michael Thomas Mac­Don­ald — Tan­ner Mac­Don­ald — MacGre­gor — MacKen­zie —

Avery Bruce El­iz­a­beth Burke Brae­lyn Camp­bell Dustin Carter Dy­lan Cornwall Car­son De­veau Reilly Fraser Brai­lyne Jenk­ins Kelsie Jud­son-Jamieson Carly Mac­Don­ald Grace Mac­Don­ald Made­line Mac­Don­ald Ron­nie Mac­Don­ald Tan­ner Mac­Don­ald Jake MacKin­non Joshua MacNeill Drew McClumpha Mar­rissa McIn­tosh Me­gan O’Han­ley Jason Rose Kris­ten Rose Laney Sant­ing White Me­mo­rial Bur­sary of $300, the Mitchell Les­per­ance Me­mo­rial Bur­sary of $300, the Main Street Home Hard­ware Build­ing Cen­tre Prize of $100 and cer­tifi­cates for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Math 631, Weld­ing 801A and Automotive 801E.

a Jor­dan White Me­mo­rial Bur­sary of $300, a High School Agris­cience Prize of $200 and a school prize.

a Sa­muel Hol­land En­trance Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $3,000, a Souris Credit Union – Eleanor Clin­ton Me­mo­rial Bur­sary of $1,800, a 2015 Con­fed­er­a­tion Bridge Ed­u­ca­tion Bur­sary of $1,000, the Kaylee Dawn Jack­son Me­mo­rial Bur­sary in the amount of $1,000, a Stu­dent-Ath­lete Aca­demic Medal for the top male stu­den­tath­lete and a cer­tifi­cate for high­est stand­ing in Peer Help­ing 601.

a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000, re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, a Cana­dian Par­ents for French schol­ar­ship in the amount of $2,000, a $500 bur­sary do­nated by the Ro­tary Club of Mon­tague, a $250 prize do­nated by the Souris Lions Club, a $150 prize do­nated by Rollo Bay Hold­ings Ltd., a $100 prize do­nated by the P.E.I. Road­builders As­so­ci­a­tion, a $100 Sil­ver Threads Prize, a Stu­dent-Ath­lete Aca­demic Cer­tifi­cate, a cer­tifi­cate for third high­est stand­ing in Po­lit­i­cal Stud­ies 621 and a cer­tifi­cate for Con­stant and Sus­tained Ef­fort. Reilly placed sixth in his class.

the MacKen­zie Builder Ser­vices Prize of $200, the Main Street Home Hard­ware Build­ing Cen­tre Prize of $100 and cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Weld­ing 801A and sec­ond high­est stand­ing in English 631.

an en­graved plaque for achiev­ing third high­est stand­ing in Grade 12, a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, the Paula Brown Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000, the Dr. Tom and Mrs. Melissa Bronaugh Bur­sary of $500, awarded for high­est stand­ing in Bi­ol­ogy 621, a $200 prize do­nated by the English Lan­guage School Board, a Stu­dent-Ath­lete Aca­demic Medal for the top fe­male stu­dent-ath­lete, and cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Bi­ol­ogy 621 and third high­est stand­ing in Physics 621, Mu­sic 621, Chem­istry 621 and Math 611B.

a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,000 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, the Canada Tuna Cup Chal­lenge Prize of $500, the Clifford Ford Me­mo­rial Prize of $60 and plaque, a $50 school prize and a cer­tifi­cate for Con­stant and Sus­tained Ef­fort.

a St. Fran­cis Xavier Univer­sity Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,250 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, the Souris Credit Union Abby Chais­son Me­mo­rial Bur­sary in the amount of $1,800, the Tyler MacPhee Me­mo­rial Bur­sary val­ued at $1,000, the $500 Doreen Hughes Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship, a $250 prize do­nated by the Eastern Kings Lo­cal of the P.E.I. Nurses’ Union, a $200 Poppy Fund Bur­sary, the Mary Bushey Me­mo­rial Prize of $100, a cer­tifi­cate for third high­est stand­ing in Fam­ily Liv­ing 621 and a cer­tifi­cate for Con­stant and Sus­tained Ef­fort.

an en­graved plaque for achiev­ing sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Grade 12, a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $3,000, and re­new­able at $3,000 for three ad­di­tional years, the Lead­ers of To­mor­row Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000, the Souris Credit Union Wayne D. Kane Hon­o­rar­ium in the amount of $1,800, the Mel MacPhee Me­mo­rial Prize of $1,000, a $225 prize do­nated by Main Street Phar­masave, a $200 prize do­nated by St. Fran­cis de Sales Parish, a $200 prize do­nated by Dr. Stephen O’Brien, a $100 prize do­nated by the Honourable Lawrence MacAu­lay and cer­tifi­cates for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Math 611B, Bi­ol­ogy 621, French 621, Physics 621, Mu­sic 621, Chem­istry 621 and third high­est stand­ing in Math 621B.

the Gover­nor-Gen­eral’s Medal, awarded to the grad­u­ate with the high­est av­er­age upon grad­u­a­tion based on all Grade XI and XII cour­ses, an en­graved plaque for achiev­ing high­est stand­ing in Grade 12, the Percy and He­len Mur­phy Re­new­able Schol­ar­ship do­nated by Dr. Regis and Mrs. Joan Duffy, val­ued at $3,000 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment schol­ar­ship val­ued at $3,000 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, the Prince Ed­ward Is­land Fish­er­men’s As­so­ci­a­tion Mem­ber Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $1,000, the Cather­ine and Melvin McQuaid Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $1,000, an SDU Board of Gover­nors Saint Dun­stan Bur­sary val­ued at $600, a $250 prize do­nated by Main Street Save Easy, a $200 prize do­nated by BioVec­tra to the stu­dent with the high­est mark in chem­istry, a $200 school prize for high­est stand­ing in math and physics, a $100 prize do­nated by the Honourable Lawrence MacAu­lay, the Fish­er­per­sons Me­mo­rial Bur­sary of $75, a $50 prize do­nated by St. Columba Parish, a $50 prize do­nated by St. Columba CWL and cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Physics 621, Chem­istry 621, Math 621B, Math 611B and third high­est stand­ing in English 621 and Bi­ol­ogy 621.

a $200 prize do­nated by the Souris Co-op, a $100 prize do­nated by the Souris Coun­cil Knights of Colum­bus, a $50 prize do­nated by St. Columba Parish and a cer­tifi­cate for third high­est stand­ing in English 631.

the Souris Har­bour Au­thor­ity Inc. Schol­ar­ship of $1,000, the Canada Tuna Cup Chal­lenge Prize of $500, a $100 prize do­nated by the Eastern Kings Early Learn­ing Academy Inc. and a $50 prize do­nated by St. Alexis and St. Mary’s Parishes.

a Sa­muel Hol­land En­trance Award val­ued at $1,000, a $200 prize do­nated by the Souris Co-op, a $100 Sil­ver Threads Prize, a $50 prize do­nated by Kings­boro Bap­tist Church, the Peter Davis Me­mo­rial Prize, a $50 school prize and a cer­tifi­cate for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Phys. Ed. 801. achiev­ing the high­est mark in French, a $50 prize do­nated by Kings­boro Bap­tist Church, a Stu­dent-Ath­lete Aca­demic Cer­tifi­cate and cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Automotive 801C and French 621 and for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Math 621A. Josh placed eighth in his class.

– a Hol­land Col­lege W. Garfield We­ston Award of Ex­cel­lence for In­spir­ing Trades­peo­ple val­ued at $4500, a Souris Credit Union Ltd. Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $1800, the $600 Town of Souris Schol­ar­ship, a $200 Poppy Fund Bur­sary and a school prize.

the Sun­shine Award in mem­ory of San­dra Mac­Don­ald val­ued at $300 and a $50 prize do­nated by North Lake Fish­eries Inc.

a Mount Al­li­son Univer­sity Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $5,500 and re­new­able at $4,000 for three ad­di­tional years, the QEH In­ter­nal Medicine Group Schol­ar­ship of $500, the Royal Cana­dian Le­gion Souris Branch #3 Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship of $300, a $150 prize do­nated by Main Street Phar­masave, a $100 Sil­ver Threads Prize, a $100 school prize for the SRS year­book editor, a $50 prize do­nated by St. Alexis and St. Mary’s Parishes, and cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Mu­sic 621, for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in English 621 and Math 621B and a cer­tifi­cate for Con­stant and Sus­tained Ef­fort. Mar­rissa tied for fourth place in her class.

a Univer­sity of New Brunswick Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $500 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, a Souris Credit Union Ltd. Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $1,800, the PEI Mu­tual Trust Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $800, the Royal Cana­dian Le­gionP. Com­mand Bur­sary in the amount of $500, a $250 prize do­nated by the Souris Lions Club, a $50 prize do­nated by St. Alexis and St. Mary’s Parishes, the Ge­orge A. Leard Me­mo­rial Prize of $45 awarded for high­est stand­ing in Is­land history, a Stu­dent-Ath­lete Aca­demic Cer­tifi­cate and cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Po­lit­i­cal Stud­ies 621 and History 621B, for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Math 621A and for third high­est stand­ing in Bi­ol­ogy 621. Me­gan tied for fourth place in her class.

the Erma Stewart Me­mo­rial Award of $100 and plaque and a $100 prize do­nated by DeltaWare Sys­tems.

a St. Fran­cis Xavier Univer­sity Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $1,725 and re­new­able for three ad­di­tional years, the John and Sara Camp­bell Schol­ar­ship of $500, the $200 Stewart McKelvey Prize, a $50 prize do­nated by St. Columba Parish, a $50 prize do­nated by Kings­boro Bap­tist Church, a $50 Rus­sell Ching Ltd. Prize and cer­tifi­cates for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in French 621 and Po­lit­i­cal Stud­ies 621.

a Cran­dall Univer­sity Chan­cel­lor’s Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $4,000 and re­new­able at $4,000 for three ad­di­tional years, the J. Jarvis Stewart Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship of $500, an Eastern Kings Com­mu­nity Coun­cil Schol­ar­ship of $500, a $200 Poppy Fund Bur­sary, a CPF Core French prize of $50, a $50 prize do­nated by Kings­boro Bap­tist Church, a $50 Rus­sell Ching Ltd. Prize, cer­tifi­cates for high­est stand­ing in Math 621A, sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Peer Help­ing 601 and third high­est stand­ing in History 621B and a cer­tifi­cate for Con­stant and Sus­tained Ef­fort. Kris­ten placed 10th in her class.

a UPEI Cel­e­brat­ing Stu­dent Achieve­ment Schol­ar­ship val­ued at $2,000 and re­new­able at $2,000 for three ad­di­tional years, the H. Wade MacLauch­lan Raised Ex­pec­ta­tions Award of $1,000, the Avery Schol­ar­ship of $1,000, the Prince Ed­ward Is­land Fish­er­men’s As­so­ci­a­tion Mem­ber Schol­ar­ship in the amount of $1,000, the Joe and Kay MacIsaac Schol­ar­ship of $250, a $200 Poppy Fund Bur­sary and cer­tifi­cates for sec­ond high­est stand­ing in Drama 621 and third high­est stand­ing in History 621B. Laney placed ninth in her class.

a $200 prize do­nated by the Souris Coop and a $50 prize do­nated by St. Columba Parish.

STEVE SHARRATT/THE GUARDIAN

Made­line Mac­Don­ald, a mem­ber of the Souris Re­gional High School Class of 2015 and the win­ner of this year's Gover­nor Gen­eral's Medal, is shown with her par­ents, Tony and Krista, at the school's grad­u­a­tion on June 24. A to­tal of 31 stu­dents made up this year's grad­u­at­ing class.

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