With yet another year of school at Sarnia’s 60-year-old Northern Collegiate nearing its end (last day of regular classes is next Wednesday), students are celebrating in their own ways.
For graduates, the rite of passage includes being able to reminisce through the pages of the school’s yearbook, which has as its theme “The Viking Survival Guide: 60th Anniversary Edition.”
Graduates are getting ready to move out into the world, ready for anything that comes their way.
The Northern yearbook class had worked hard all year to provide students with a book of memories. Tips and advice are given by students to newcomers, such as the new group of “minor niners,” to help them “survive” their high school years. A page of the yearbook was dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the school with photos dating all the way back to the beginning of Northern.
The 2016 Northern graduates celebrated their last days of high school by having a barbecue. Laughter and memory sharing was seen within groups of students as they eat a lunch together.
Northern will continue to give students a good education and lasting memories to student for years to come.