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Twenty-five graduates received their diplomas as Creighton Community School held their graduation exercises Friday.


Forty-one bursaries and scholarships were presented with the top award, the Hudbay Scholarship for two thousand dollars a year for four years going to Kyla Phillips.


The Creighton Community School Foundation Bursaries for one thousand dollars each went to Kyla Phillips and Samantha Turpin for Academics, Kaitlin Grant for Athletics, Daniel Ratt for First Nations, Mikayla Pietch for Citizenship, Kyla Phillips for Arts and Alex Mouseau for Trades and Technology.


Principal Stacy Lair praised the graduates for their accomplishments telling them always understand and remember whatever energy and action you put into the world comes back to you.


Twelve students were on the Honor Role with averages of 80 percent or higher with two Kyla Phillips and Samantha Turpin 90 percent or higher.



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