For those who have the desire and will to cultivate professional interests even more.
Each year the IB students are the first at Grenaa Gymnasium to finish their exams and true to tradition this was celebrated at the school with family and friends from all parts of the world. Many had made the journey here and others took part online.
Much like the later graduation event for the STX and HF students there were speeches and presentation of grants. The most recently established grant is called Kirsten Bech in Memoriam. Kirsten Bech Hansen was the first IB Coordinator at Grenaa Gymnasium and the grant was presented for the first time last year. This year her son Rasmus Bech Hansen, who lives in London, presented the grant. In his speech he said among other things that his mother always had a focus on those students who struggled to pass and that she was genuinely happy when they succeeded after all. Rasmus Bech Hansen assured the students that even with mediocre grades you can come far in the world as long as you do something that is needed, that you are passionate about and good at.
Kirsten Bech in Memoriam:
Danske Bank Academic Grant:
Signe-Boline Altofte Svendsen
Ilana Yi Ping Wan
Danske Bank’s Boarding School Grant:
IB Flower Award:
Sarah Virgim Del Rocio Tamayo Camara
Djurslands Bank’s Integration Award:
Vincent Kosteyev Beckmann