VIDEO: Sardis graduation 2018

Nearly a quarter of the 2018 class graduates with honours

Four hundred and thirty graduating Sardis Secondary students crossed the stage Friday night during the 2018 commencement ceremony at Prospera Centre in front of a crowd that filled half the arena’s seating.

Of that number, 104 will leave the school with A honours while 41 are considered exemplary scholars.

The graduating class earned over $550,000 in scholarships and bursaries, according to Sardis principal Dan Heisler in a speech.

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