Grads take home $45,278 in scholarships and bursaries

!A total of $45,278 from 31 individuals, programs or organizations was handed out in bursaries and scholarships at the Barriere Secondary School 2015 Graduation Commencement Ceremonies on May 22.  The event filled the Barriere Curling Rink with parents, family, friends and well-wishers; all gathered together to see 28 graduating students take a major step into their futures. The amount of dollars awarded is a strong statement of confidence from the supporters of the school, the students and the communities that this school serves.  Pictured is Lower North Thompson Forest Society director Gai Conan congratulating Alex Peterson as she hands out bursaries from the Society of $1000 each to (l-r) Carlea Dunn, Darby Myram, Natasha McInnes, Jordan LeFeuvre, Keaton Noble, and Alex Peterson.  The Society also handed out five $2,000 bursaries as well.    - Jill Hayward
  • updated May 26, 2015 at 5:50 PM

Barriere Secondary School 2015 scholarship and bursary recipients

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