Lake City Secondary School’s top academic awards were given to Sophia Wong, Keanna Pilkington, Jordyn McAlister, Kyla Roorda, Krista Lucassen, Ahmad Jalil, Grady Reid and Brendan Jacques. These students maintained between 93 and 96 per cent average in all their courses for the last two years.

School District 27 excellence in academic achievements celebrated

Lake City Secondary School graduates recognized for their efforts

Eight Lake City Secondary students took to the stage Friday evening to receive special recognition for their grades.

Top Academic Awards for 2018 for LCSS went to Sophia Wong, Keanna Pilkington, Jordyn McAlister, Kyla Roorda, Krista Lucassen, Ahmad Jalil, Grady Reid and Brendan Jacques.

These student received the recognition for maintaining an average of between 93 and 96 per cent in all their classes for the past two years.

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