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Graduation ceremony held at Drumlin Heights


Drumlin Heights Consolidated School held its graduation ceremony for 2019 Thursday afternoon.

Twenty-two students graduated this year from the Yarmouth County school.

The accompanying photos from graduation day at Drumlin Heights were taken by Eric Bourque of the Vanguard.

The following is a list of this year's Drumlin Heights graduates:

Maggie Amirault

Brandon Rhyno

Miranda Amiro

Simone Amitrano

Keigan Chetwynd

Madison Crosby

Joel Cull

Carmen Doucet

Wyatt Doucette

Austin Frotten

Tyya Goodwin

Shaila Kennedy

Kayla LeBlanc

Mi Woo Lee

Cassidy Long

Emmi Lynds

Brea Lyons

Kaitlyn Muise

Brandon Pitman

Morgan Rodgerson

Tanner Sharp

Shaylynn Smith

Here is the list of graduation awards for Drumlin Heights, as provided by the school:

Valedictorian –  Miranda Amiro

Perseverance Award - $50 – Shaylynn Smith

Argyle Municipal Council Trophy (high interest/achievement in Canadian History) – $100 – Madison Crosby

School Advisory Council Award (highest average in English Grades 10-12) – $100 – Cassidy Long

Grayson Smith Memorial Award - $100 – Joel Cull, Wyatt Doucette, Morgan Rodgerson, and Simone Amitrano

Law Award –  Miranda Amiro and Emmi Lynds

Biology Award (highest average in Grades 11-12 ) – Tyya Goodwin

The Chemistry Award (highest average in Chemistry 11 & 12) –  Miranda Amiro

Mathematics Award (highest average in Grades 10-12 Math) – $100 – Miranda Amiro

Argyle Historic Church - highest average in Global Historty 12 - $75  – Simone Amitrano

Science Award (highest average in 5 sciences, from grades 10 - 12) – $100  – Miranda Amiro

Highest Average Grade 12- $100 – Miranda Amiro

The Pubnico Area Lions Club (“We Serve”) – $75 – Maggie Amirault

The Argyle/Barrington PC Association Bursary – $100 – Maggie Amirault

Eagle Trophy (T-Cup) – $100 – Miranda Amiro

Tusket Sales & Service Distinguished Honors Award – $100 – Kaitlyn Muise

Eel Brook Service Centre Award (Outstanding Character) – $100 – Carmen Doucet

Eel Brook Service Centre Award (Outstanding Service to School) – $100 –  Brea Lyons

Yarmouth Rotary Club Scholarship – $300 – Maggie Amirault

Eastern Woodland Metis Nation Educational Bursary – $200 –  Austin Frotten

Teachers and Administrators Award – $200– Shaylynn Smith

Options and Opportunities Scholarship - $175 – Brandon Pitman and Tanner Sharp

Harvey Studios Award - $250 – Maggie Amirault

Polynt Composites Canada Inc. Bursary - $250 – Tanner Sharp

Yarmouth County Fixed Gear Association Bursary – $500 – Miranda Amiro

The Nakile Award - $500 – Carmen Doucet

MCT Insurance Limited Scholarship – $500 –  Madison Crosby

Knights of Columbus Award (Success Through Work) – $500 –  Tyya Goodwin

Yarmouth Local NSTU Bursary – $500 – Brea Lyons

Nova Scotia Freemasons Bursary, Hiram’s Lodge #12 - $500 – Tanner Sharp

Free Masons of Philadelphia Lodge #47 of Barrington – $600 – Madison Crosby

The Mason Grant Memorial Bursary - $500 – Maggie Amirault

Yarmouth County Local NSTU Chris Rose Memorial Bursary – $1000 – Madison Crosby

Coastal Financial Credit Union Bursary – $1000  –  Brea Lyons and Miranda Amiro

Coastal Financial Credit Union – 90 or More, That’s the Score (A laptop system valued at $1500) –  Kaitlyn Muise 

Tri-County Regional Centre for Education Award –  Maggie Amirault and Miranda Amiro

Schulich Leader Scholarship Nomination – Emmi Lynds

Principal’s Award (wristwatch) –  Miranda Amiro

Queen Elizabeth II Medal – Miranda Amiro

Governor General’s Academic Medal – Miranda Amiro

Acadia University – Renewable $8500 entrance scholarship  –  Madison Crosby

Université Sainte-Anne – Entrance Scholarship of $15,000 – Brea Lyons

Mount Allison - $16,000 entrance scholarship – Cassidy Long

Acadia University – $31,150 entrance scholarship – Miranda Amiro

Dalhousie University - $50,000 entrance scholarship – Emmi Lynds

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