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The Class of 2017: First year of high school

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Catching up with the Class of 2017, a group of students the Winnipeg Free Press has been following since kindergarten, as they complete their first year of high school.

  • Former Windsor School students gather together on the front lawn in early June during the final days of their first year in high school at Glenlawn Collegiate.  From left: Thomas, Noah, Garrett, Shelby, Quinn, Mackenzie, Hailey, Aby and Sydney.

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    Former Windsor School students gather together on the front lawn in early June during the final days of their first year in high school at Glenlawn Collegiate. From left: Thomas, Noah, Garrett, Shelby, Quinn, Mackenzie, Hailey, Aby and Sydney.

  • Noah (wearing glasses) hangs out with one of his former Windsor School buddies Thomas in the hallways at Glenlawn Collegiate over the lunch hour.

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    Noah (wearing glasses) hangs out with one of his former Windsor School buddies Thomas in the hallways at Glenlawn Collegiate over the lunch hour.

  • Aby laughs as she hangs out with some of her former Windsor School friends.

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    Aby laughs as she hangs out with some of her former Windsor School friends.

  • Quinn and Thomas hang together outside the front of Glenlawn Collegiate during a spare.

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    Quinn and Thomas hang together outside the front of Glenlawn Collegiate during a spare.

  • Noah puts on the costume for the school lion mascot, stored in the gymnasium's equipment room at Glenlawn Collegiate.  His role as the class clown at Windsor School seems to fit him well at his new school.

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    Noah puts on the costume for the school lion mascot, stored in the gymnasium's equipment room at Glenlawn Collegiate. His role as the class clown at Windsor School seems to fit him well at his new school.

  • Shelby on the front lawn of Glenlawn Collegiate during a spare.

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    Shelby on the front lawn of Glenlawn Collegiate during a spare.

  • Aby plays flute in a small group during band class.

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    Aby plays flute in a small group during band class.

  • Sarah hands in her assignment in Social Studies class.

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    Sarah hands in her assignment in Social Studies class.

  • Noah and Thomas look down into the Theatre at their classmates after exploring backstage.

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    Noah and Thomas look down into the Theatre at their classmates after exploring backstage.

  • Griffin has started weight training at McDole's Gym after school to keep him in shape for hockey in the off-season.

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    Griffin has started weight training at McDole's Gym after school to keep him in shape for hockey in the off-season.

  • Naomi play-fights as she hangs out with her little brother, who recently had his right foot and part of his leg amputated.

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    Naomi play-fights as she hangs out with her little brother, who recently had his right foot and part of his leg amputated.

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