PHOTOS: GP Vanier Grad

2020 GP Vanier grad. Photo submitted2020 GP Vanier grad. Photo submitted
Brayden checks out his mementos from the GP Vanier grad, Photo submittedBrayden checks out his mementos from the GP Vanier grad, Photo submitted
Logan Keltie awaits his turn at the podium. Photo suppliedLogan Keltie awaits his turn at the podium. Photo supplied
Sidney Gibb takes the walk down the red carpet. Photo submittedSidney Gibb takes the walk down the red carpet. Photo submitted
Brandon Scorcia waves to the photographer. Photo submittedBrandon Scorcia waves to the photographer. Photo submitted
Two grads head up to the podium. Photo submitted.Two grads head up to the podium. Photo submitted.
“Stanley” decked out his ride in appropriate fashion. Photo supplied“Stanley” decked out his ride in appropriate fashion. Photo supplied
The Comox Valley Pipe Band ushered in the grads. Photo submitted.The Comox Valley Pipe Band ushered in the grads. Photo submitted.
Cedar Frank receives his plaque. Photo submittedCedar Frank receives his plaque. Photo submitted
Julia announces her graduation to the world. Photo submitted.Julia announces her graduation to the world. Photo submitted.
Another Vanier grad heads to the podium. Photo submittedAnother Vanier grad heads to the podium. Photo submitted
A grad heads to the podium. Photo submittedA grad heads to the podium. Photo submitted

The GP Vanier grad celebration was unlike any other, but grads were still given the opportunity of a properly socially distanced procession.

Vice-principal Lee McKillican submitted some photos from the event.

The GP Vanier Grad class of 2020 would like to thank the following community partners for their contributions in making this year’s grad celebration so special. Here at GP Vanier Secondary School we are proud of the relationships we have with such an amazing Community.

Thank you:

GFL Environmental Inc., Fox and Bee Productions, Mosaic Forest Management, Chinook Forest Products Ltd., Art Knapp’s Plant Land, Wachiay Studio (Andy MacDougall), All In One Party Shop, Comox Valley Record, The Headshed, Galaxy Motors, Locals Restaurant, CVRD Sports and Aquatic Centre, Landmark Theatres, Comox Valley Pipe Band, Coastal Community Credit Union, Vince Goff at Edge Imaging, Mike Sutcliffe and Rich Heyer at Sound Advice Production Services, Member of Parliament Gord Johns and the RCMP and Constable Monika Terragni.

Comox Valley Schools- Print Shop, Grounds and Maintenance crews, Senior Management, International Schools Program, The Vanier Parent Advisory Council, K’omox First Nation- Fran Prince and Jason Cobey, Comox Valley Board of Education Trustees, the amazing Vanier Staff, and special thanks to Vanier Alumni -Kim Catrall and Simon Nessman.

Graduation 2020

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