Music, art lessons and awards

Music and art lessons are in full swing with many Cariboo teachers and students. Some of these students completed exams during the year of 2011.

Music and art lessons are in full swing with many Cariboo teachers and students. Some of these students completed exams during the year of 2011.

The following lists contains disciplines, grade and standing these students received.




Speech and

Dramatic Arts

Grade 4: Adrienne Gardnerm honours.

Ashley Holyk, Lydia Kinasewich, Anya Levermannm first class honours

Grade 5: Katya Levermann, honours; Madison Ardiel, first class honours

Grade 6: Hisako Arai, first class honours.

Grade 9: Karen Smith, first class honours; Tahsis Jensen, first class honours with distinction.





Grade 1: Kira Smith, Monica Rawlek, Dana Rook, first class honours.

Grade 3: Callie Franklin-Pass, Maria Dimarcom, first class honours.

Grade 4: Jonathan Russell, first class honours.

Grade 5: Tamara Lendvoy, honours; Olivia Harrison, first class honours.

Grade 6: Annie Blois, pass; David Russell, first class honour.

Grade 7: Alexandra Wolfe, first class honour.

Grade 8: Marlie Russell, honours; Carl Lam, first class honours.





Grade 9: Michelle Erlandson, first class honours.





Basic Rudiments: Tamara Lendvoy, first class honours with distinction.

Intermediate Rudiments: Annie Blois, honours; Marlie Russell, first class honours with distinction.

Advanced Rudiments: Alexandra Wolfe, first class honours with distinction.

Harmony Beginner Pt. 1: Chelsea Dunk, honours.





Grade 2: Anya Levermann, honours; Logan Las, Mikayla Blusson, Vicky Ortiz, first class honours.

Grade 4: Katya Levermann, honours.

Grade 5: Neven Boyd, honours; Faniry Ramorasata, first class honors; Luke Noble, first class honours with distinction.

Grade 6: Danielle Kinsella, successfully completed Conservatory Canada Voice

Grade 8: Marlee Froese, first class honours.





Theory 7B: Cathy Heinzelman, successfully completed.

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