STAHS celebrates students’ academic achievements in ceremony last week
The 2020-2021 school year has been a difficult one for many students, with many students in virtual learning for the year. Despite the challenges, STAHS students had many academic achievements to celebrate!
On Thursday, October 14, 2021, Saint-Thomas d’Aquin High School hosted a virtual event for families and classes to view, so they could celebrate the many academic achievements of students in the 2020-2021 school year. .
Anwyn Friesen Kroeker was asked how she had found the previous school year. “It was a lot of work, yes, especially with being online. It was definitely a lot more difficult.
“I think the first time we went online last year there was like an adjustment period, although it was a fairly short period, but the second time around it seemed like they were there. ‘had mostly settled, so it was much more regular, ”she continued.
When Kaelyn Stasus was asked what advice she would give to students, here’s what she replied: “I’m just saying focus on yourself. Your sanity is the most important. Your grades will follow if you believe in yourself.
“I had to do a lot more studies and a lot more questions. I really had to be careful and it was very easy to lose my focus, ”she said when asked about the difference between grade 8 and grade 9.
Maxwell Froese was asked if he was happy to return to classes in person, which is what he said “It’s very nice to see everyone again, friends, sports, of course, not necessarily being able to watch it live, but being able to watch it live is very [awesome]. It’s a new experience and preparing for the upcoming sports season is also quite fun, so [it] is pretty great to be back.
The Principal’s medal winners are:
Grade 11 Principal’s Medalists:
GOLD – Maxwell Froese 95.857
SILVER – Emilia Mastromatteo 95
BRONZE – Cloe Hintz 94.42857
Grade 10 Principal’s Medalists:
GOLD – Anwyn Friesen Kroeker 98
SILVER – Emma Godbout 97
BRONZE – Colby Wallace 95.25
Grade 9 Principal’s Medalists:
OR – Kaelyn Stasus 96.111
SILVER – Wonara Hatharasinghage 95.25
BRONZE – Annika Carlson-Stand 94.75