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Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School

My name is Riddore Creer and I am a Grade 12 student at Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School. If you ask most people at my school who I am, they would most likely say that I am the enthusiastic guy on the intercom. I am a very energetic and outgoing person and have been very involved in my school community since Grade 9. I am blessed to have been involved in the music and drama programs and I have also been a part of MINGA and Multicultural Club. My faith has always been very important to me, and I have loved sharing it through my role as theLiturgical Representative on the SRC and through my involvement with Aramaic, the praise and worship band at my school. I have always strived to create a welcoming, open, and loving community at my school, so everyone feels that they belong. I am a very outgoing, passionate, and diligent person, due in part to being raised by strong and hardworking immigrant parents.They have always inspired me to do my best and to pursue my dreams, without being afraid to do so. This is why I will be moving to Toronto to pursue a career in nursing at Ryerson University. Although I am unsure of where my life will go, I am ready to tackle adulthood, to follow my dreams on my journey, and to spread positivity and kindness to the world

Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School

My name is Hannah Foord and I am a Grade 12 student at Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School. I am actively involved in athletics and extracurricular activities, not only within my school, but also within the community. I have played on the LeBoldus basketball teams for the past four years, as well as RCBA club basketball throughout my elementary school years. I have been playing ringette and softball since I was six years old; both have been a part of my athletics since a very young age and I plan to continue my growth and development in these sports going into my adult years. I enjoy playing golf in the summer with my family, as well as flag football throughout the spring. I am very family-oriented, spending time with my family out at our cabin on Pasqua Lake during the summers. This fall, I plan to attend the University of Regina in the Faculty of Education, which will be an exciting new journey as I enter adulthood. I consider myself a very outgoing person who has a natural leadership ability. I am the vice-president of the LeBoldus Student Representative Council and I have taken the lead on many projects and school activities this year. I am very honored to be chosen for this project with Twelfth Year and look forward to any future opportunities involving leadership roles within the community

Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School

My name is Mark Harasen and I have attended Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School for the past four years. During this time, I have played football for three years and soccer for one year. Outside of school, I enjoy working out, playing sports, and spending time with friends. I also enjoy playing the guitar and singing in my spare time. This year I joined choir and have been the president of the Student Council. Being president has allowed me to develop as a person and as a public speaker, as well as to become more confident. I have been looked up to by my peers as a role model for how to take advantage of all the opportunities high school has to offer. In my years at LeBoldus, I have learned all sorts of life lessons, made friends, and have become a more successful person. LeBoldus has been an amazing school that provides a welcoming and accepting environment for our diverse student body. My high school years have been great and I have loved being the SRC president. I will be forever grateful for my time at LeBoldus and I look forward to whatever comes next in university.