Sacred Heart High School sent 2 students to compete at the National Skills Competition in Halifax.  The girls advanced to the National competition after recently winning gold at the Provincial Skills Competition in Saskatoon.  Hannah Sevilla and Cheyenne Olson represented team SK for the Video Production competition.  They competed at the Halifax Exhibition Centre on May 28-29 against 11 teams from across Canada.  On day one of competition, they had to create a promotional video convincing parents why it is important for students to pursue skilled trades.  On day two, they had to create a video focussing on a top 5 list pertaining to a topic of their choice.  The girls worked extremely hard and placed 8th in Canada.  The girls would like to thank Skills Saskatchewan and Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division for covering all their costs for this amazing opportunity.  “It will be exciting to see what these young ladies will be able to do in the years to come as they are only in grade 10 and 11” says coordinator Curtis Moen.  “They met new friends, advanced their video skills and made lifelong memories of Nova Scotia.”