The four-year-old kindergarten class performed to a French version of The Little Mermaid’s “Under the Sea.”

Grade 7 students graduate from Sept-sommets

Four Grade 7 students graduated from l’École des Sept-sommets this year.

Four Grade 7 students graduated from l’École des Sept-sommets this year.

The school celebrated Radek Krampl, Lily Holmes, Léa Boiridy-Graves and Fisher Bednarz’s accomplishments at its year-end presentation and graduation last Thursday.

After the four seventh graders were recognized, each class gave a performance, including the four-year-old kindergarten class. The youngest students at the school performed to a French version of The Little Mermaid’s “Under the Sea.”

They were followed by the Grade 5 and 7 students who sang “Je voudrais voir la mer” by Michel Rivard, and the Grade 2 class, who performed a short play titled “L’hôtel hanté et le vol de La Luminata” (translates to “The Haunted Hotel and the Theft of the Luminata”).

Next up were the teachers, who emerged from a back room dressed in bathing costumes and did a dance that amused students and parents alike.

Then the kindergarten and Grade 1 class performed “Ça fait rire les oiseaux” by La Compagnie Créole and the Grade 3 class performed an original song, “L’école est finie” (“School is finished”).

The Grade 5 and 7 class came back on stage to play a game and then the show ended with all of the students performing a final song.

 

The Grade 5 and 7 students sang “Je voudrais voir la mer” by Michel Rivard.

The Grade 2 class performed a play that ended with them all dancing.

The teachers at Sept-sommets gave their own performance.

The kindergarten and Grade 1 class performed “Ça fait rire les oiseaux” by La Compagnie Créole.

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