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Sault students among recipients of french catholic board's Vision Scholarship

19 students received $500 scholarships each
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This year, the Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon awards its Vision Scholarships to outstanding graduating class students who have fulfilled the requirements of their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Valued at $500, the scholarship is awarded annually to two students from each CSC Nouvelon secondary school and one from Carrefour Options+. Laureates, selected by the principal of their school, must reflect the CSC Nouvelon vision: “Thriving French-language Catholic students, proud and ready to take their place in society.”

The scholarships were awarded to the following students in June 2020 during the board’s secondary schools’ virtual graduation ceremonies.

  • ÉSC Jeunesse-Nord (Blind River)                        Grace Raddon and Mathieu Boivin
  • ÉSC Trillium (Chapleau)                                       Annabelle Hazen and Yanick Lepage
  • ÉSC Champlain (Chelmsford)                              Danyka Crossman and Jack Cormier
  • ÉSC Franco-Ouest (Espanola)                             Christen Ramsay and Samuel Prévost
  • ÉS. Notre-Dame-du-Sault (Sault Ste. Marie)       Julia McLeod and Stephanie Salituri
  • Carrefour Options+ (Sudbury)                              Danika Vincent
  • Collège Notre-Dame (Sudbury)                            Karine Boucher and Vincent Préseault
  • ÉS du Sacré-Cœur (Sudbury)                              Aislinn Audette and Bradley Bertrand
  • ÉSC l’Horizon (Val Caron)                                    Andréa Demers and Brock Horton
  • ÉS Saint-Joseph (Wawa)                                     Bianca Hryhorchuk and Nicolas Lafrenière

The Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon offers a French-language Catholic Educational Program that is widely recognized for its excellence. The CSC Nouvelon provides a quality learning environment and an academic program that runs from early childhood to adult education, with some 6,700 students enrolled in 27 elementary and 10 secondary schools.