Algoma says good bye to transformational class

The squirrely, misguided students that entered Algoma High School four years ago are gone according to principal Nick Cochart. He says those same students transformed into leaders during their time, playing big roles in the Live Algoma Initiative as well as the school’s Wolf Den program. It took a lot of time for some of the students to discover what their future path may be, something Cochart says is a product of the students being interactive in the community and risk takers.

Led by Valedictorian Abigail Robinson, Algoma’s approximately 60 seniors officially graduate during a Sunday afternoon ceremony.

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