And the student of the week is…

Kent Anatole has enjoyed his time at Fort St. James Secondary School.

  • Dec. 7, 2016 8:00 a.m.

Kent Anatole at Fort St. James Secondary School.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

Kent Anatole has enjoyed his time at Fort St. James Secondary School.

But the Grade 12 student is now ready to embark on a new adventure as he completes his final year at the school.

“It’s been amazing. I’ve loved my time here, the staff and the friendly atmosphere,” Anatole said.

Once completing high school, he hopes to enter university.

“I would really like to get into financing,” Anatole said.

The 17-year-old grew up in the Fort St. James area and loves all of the peacefulness it has to offer.

When at school, Anatole enjoys being a member of the senior boys’ basketball team and math is one of his favorite subjects.

“When not at school, I love playing basketball and spending time with friends,” Anatole said.

“I’m always here to help my friends.”

 

 

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