LCS Alumni Accomplishments | Athletics, Film, and More!
Lakefield College School alumni have been busy, setting new goals, achieving athletic success, and thriving in their careers. In recent months, our alumni have been featured by local, national, and global media outlets for their accomplishments. Congratulations, Terrapins!
What Have Lakefield College School Alumni Been Up To?
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril ’97
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril ’97 co-produced the documentary “Twice Colonized”. The film, developed by the Circle Women Doc Accelerator was awarded the top IEFTA (Intl. Film Talent Assn.) award for docs-in-progress at the Cannes Film Market’s documentary-focused industry sidebar Cannes Docs. Read more.
Kalen Ingram ’99
Kalen Ingram '99 was recently inducted into the Peterborough and District Sports Hall of Fame for her extensive sports career in which she played ice hockey, soccer, and field hockey. Read more.
Mike MacKenzie ’15
Mike MacKenzie ’15 is competing for the Canadian Ultimate team in the World Games! We’re wishing him luck and cheering him on from The Grove. Read more.
Trevor Jones ’15
Trevor Jones '15 amazes us once again with an incredible 4th place finish in the men’s single final at the World Cup 3 in Switzerland! Congratulations, Trevor! Read more.
Tristan and Taylor Walsh ’17
Congratulation to Tristan Walsh '17 and Taylor Walsh '17 who competed for Team Canada floorball in Birmingham, USA, during the 2022 World Games this past weekend. See more.
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