DHS Grads win Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship
Dryden High School celebrates the achievement of a group of recent grads who were awarded scholarships for academic excellence.
The Queen Elizabeth II Aiming for the Top Scholarship is designed to recognize students who have shown academic excellence at the high school level and who plan to continue their studies at an Ontario university or college. Winners receive a scholarshipworth up to a maximum of $3,500 per year, which is renewable if the student maintains an 80% average at the postsecondary level..
Six Dryden High School students from the 2010 graduating class have won this scholarship. Congratulations to Michelle Arseneault, Nicole Mallyon, Ryan Sirman, Callie Graboski, Nicholas Nault and Melissa Titze.
Great work, grads! Your hard work and perseverance has paid off.
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