St. Anthony’s Catholic School was ushered into grad season this past weekend, when 29 students reached the end of their 13 year journey on Saturday.
With caps on their heads and gowns around their shoulders the Grade 12 students received their diplomas.
Valedictorian Cameron Dube made his hilarious yet touching speech in front of the crowded gym, filled with parents and grandparents who had no doubt made graduation possible for the students.
Prom was held at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Stampede Grounds where students showed off their lavish gowns and suits.
This year’s theme was “Don’t Stop Believin’”, the song by rock band Journey.
Principal Tim Gregorash told The Mail this was the largest graduating class yet.
“What is special is we are now able to watch these classes go from Kindergarten to Grade 12, and be able to see such a change. We see them face challenges and then overcome them,” he said.