Three Brock High School students were among those recently recognized by the Durham District School Board.
The board hosted its 34th Annual Student Recognition Night on Tuesday (April 16) night at Brooklin High School to celebrate the successes of its “incredible students.”
“Each DDSB secondary school is represented by three students who have been nominated by school staff for their significant contributions to the school community, as positive role models to their peers, or their remarkable efforts to excel in the face of adversity,” reads a media release.
The local students were Grace Brown, Nicole Gourlie and Nash Robins-Mapes.
“We are so very proud to have you as members of our Brock community,” reads a social media post from Brock High School.
Each nominated student received a plaque and was recognized on stage in honour of their achievements.
“This event encompasses the true spirit of determination and success that is instilled in our DDSB students,” said Superintendent Margaret Lazarus.
“We are so proud of their accomplishments and it’s an honour to recognize them at our annual Student Recognition Night celebration.”