B.C. 2013 scholarship winners

Five graduates of The Fernie Academy earned $1000 for scoring in the top 5000 in the province on their government examinations.

(From L – R) Jocelyn Tanton

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Five of the six Fernie Academy (TFA) 2013 Graduates earned $1000 scholarships from the Province of B.C. last week for scoring in the top 5000 in the province on their government examinations.

These five students attended The Fernie Academy from elementary through to graduation and participated fully in the enriched high school program earning over 150 credits each.

Jocelyn Tanton, Max Sombrowski, Rosaele Tremblay, Madalon Burnett and Hallie MacLachlan are currently studying at Trinity University, Germany, University of Calgary, Mount Allison University and University of Saskatchewan.

Congratulations!

 

 

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