QMS kid brainier than the rest
A student at Queen Margaret School is at the top of her class and above all other grade six students in B.C.
Hannah Gibb got the highest mark in the province, on a Canada-wide scholastic ability test; the second year in a row a QMS student got the honour.
QMS Communications Coordinator Hayley Picard, told SunFM News that the school is proud of the brainy tween.
“Hannah is an amazing student; she is very involved in the school in so many aspects, just having this amazing achievement in academics is just one more way for her to be recognized by a national body for her hard work.”
But it wasn't only Hannah who did great according to Picard.
“We also wanted to acknowledge the outstanding achievements by our other students in Grade six, who all placed above the national average; Esther Seo, Alexandra Johnston, Olivia Copeland, Lauren Tomio, Hayleigh Bodner, Daniel Wanner and Alexis Elliott.”
Grade six teacher Fiona Morrison is also being commended because over half her class, beat the national average.
“We are so, so impressed with her dedication to ensuring these kids have this opportunity, to take part in a national scholastic online challenge. It just gives them so much more experience with putting academics with technology.”
Over 3,000 Grade six students from across the country, and 400 from B.C., took the Canadian Scholastic Achievement League test.
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