École Panorama Ridge Secondary Class of 2011.

Grads mark year of firsts

Editor:

The graduates of École Panorama Ridge Secondary celebrated their commencement ceremony on Monday, May 30 at the Bell Centre for the Performing Arts.

Editor:

The graduates of École Panorama Ridge Secondary celebrated their commencement ceremony on Monday, May 30 at the Bell Centre for the Performing Arts.

This is the first graduating class who have attended the school from Grades 8-12.

This is also the first year that we celebrate with both the graduates of the English program and with the first graduates of the French-immersion program of the school.

We have 313 students graduating this year – our largest class to date!  Of the 313 students, 52 received internal awards totalling more than $38,700.  Fifty-five external awards have been offered to students totalling over $253,250.

Staff, parents and members of the community are proud to offer congratulations to the Class of 2011.

Principal L. Cope and staff, École Panorama Ridge Secondary

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