Sunrise school performs 'It's a miracle'

SUNRISE Christian School's Naracoorte campus ended their year on a high.

The students put on a show for their end of year performance - "It's a miracle" - a take on the story leading up to the events of Jesus' birth.

The perfomance included song and dance routines by all the school's students.

The school thanked Gail Hack for directing the production, Debbie Bell for putting together the costumes, Kenn Jardine for doing the sound and lighting with the help of Sean Speed and Aaron Haines and the class teachers and students for their part - as well as many others who helped in different ways.

After the performance there was an award presentation.

Students were recognised with five different awards - arts, academic, sporting, diligence and servant heart - one trophy of each type for each class.

Sunrise Christian School's Adelaide-based principal Lee Avery attended and specifically presented the graduating Year 7s with certificates.

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