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Three-Generation Recipients of Caring Heart Award Celebrated at Campion Academy Graduation »
Diplomas and special awards dominated Campion Academy's graduation day on May 28. A class of 44 students received their “long-awaited” diplomas. Glen O'Halloran, commencement speaker, described them as a class of "independent individuals", and a class of diverse interests and talents. Compared with 2016, the 2017 graduation class was larger by seven.
The graduation festivity also awards for several students for their outstanding academic as well as leadership achievements. Rayna Williams, a four year senior, was awarded with the Caring Heart Award. She is a third generation recipient of that award, preceded by her aunt Kari Williams Lange, and her uncle David Williams. Kent Ballard was awarded with the Principal's Award, and Cassandra Carr and Bryant Oei were recognized as the male and female Students of the Year.
“The teachers and faculty at Campion were very proud of each senior and their accomplishments and hard work that led them to graduation. We pray that each of our graduated seniors continues to follow Christ wherever their lives take them,” comments Kelsey Cate, communication director.
According to the enrollment office, the projected enrollment for the 2017-18 school year at Campion Academy is 165, up by 13.
[RMCNews; photo by Sharon Williams]