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Wimmera graduations 2016Photos

Posted by on 22/07/2018

Wimmera graduations 2016 | Photos Congratulations to Edenhope College’s year 12 students, from back left, Robert Wall, Matisse McGuigan, Oscar Rainsford, Tori O’Bryan, Dulcie Shirrefs and Stefanie Bull; and front, Jessie Ferguson, Jasmine Derrington, Maddi Ryan, Penelope Caldow and Shannon Clutterbuck. Toby Cochrane, Brodie Smith, Megan Astbury, Cassianne Carman and Colin Brown-Taylor are absent.
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Twenty-five year 12 students including six VCAL and 19 VCE students attended the Warracknabeal Secondary College graduation dinner. VCE and senior school co-ordinator Heath Schulz commended the group on their behaviour and how enjoyable that last day at school was. The students had grown as individuals and maintained strong relationships with each other and the staff at the college. Year 12 student Jack Quick said, “the students don’t just think of the staff as teachers, we are also good friends.” Congratulations to all students.

Nhill College high achiever award recipient Victoria Janetzki. Victoria received the award for having the highest individual study score.

Professor Jayne Godrey and year 12 student Chloe Flavel. Chloe was Nhill College dux and received the Professor Jayne Godfrey Prize and the highest ATAR award.

Nhill College grade six graduation award winners. Samantha Creek received the primary girls mathematics award and primary citizenship award; Zara Clark, highest academic achievement award; Kyle Woolcock, primary boys literary award; Brayden Purchase, primary boys mathematics award; and Shae Pilmore, primary girls literary award.

Horsham’s St Brigid’s College graduation at Ss Michael and John’s Catholic Church. For full award winners from the evening, click the image.

Horsham’s St Brigid’s College deputy principal Kingsley Dalgleish and principal Peter Gutteridge at the school’s graduation. For full award winners from the evening, click the image.

St Brigid’s College deputy principal Kingsley Dalgleish, Fr Peter Hudson, year 12 student Larnie Hobbs, VCE co-ordinator John Lowes and principal Peter Gutteridge. For full award winners from the evening, click the image.

St Brigid’s College deputy principal Kingsley Dalgleish, Fr Peter Hudson, year 12 student Camille Del Castillo and VCE co-ordinator John Lowes.

Horsham’s St Brigid’s College graduation at Ss Michael and John’s Catholic Church.

Horsham’s St Brigid’s College graduation at Ss Michael and John’s Catholic Church.

St Brigid’s College school captains Will Mackley and Lily Murray at the Horsham school’s graduation mass.

St Brigid’s College school captains Will Mackley and Lily Murray at the Horsham school’s graduation mass. 2017 year 12 Claire Burke is in the background.

Congratulations to all Dimboola Memorial Secondary College students who graduated in 2016!Year 12 achievements: Courtney Dove was year 12 dux and won the senior German and English awards; Scott Polycarpou won the senior technology award and ADF Long tan Leadership Award; Jack Aristidou the SBA award; Wayde Donohue the year 12 VCAL award, Mark Award the Pierre de Coubertin award; and Mark Polycarpou the senior sports award. Jack Aristidou, Rachel Clark, Wayde Donohue, Tait McMartin, Mark Polycarpou, Scott Polycarpou and Jordan Schwarz received merit awards.Year 11 achievements: Sam Polack won the senior maths, outdoor ed and health and physical education awards; Amy Pilmore the senior arts award; Matthew Miller the senior science and Brian Frecker literary awards; and Olivia Jorgensen the senior sports award.

Andrew King, Menzies Centenary Medal Winner, at Dimboola Memorial Secondary College.

Dimboola Memorial Secondary College principal Anne Gawith at the school’s graduation day.

Dimboola Memorial Secondary College school council president Robin Kuhne at the schools’ graduation day.

Aunty Nancy Harrison at Dimboola Memorial Secondary College.

Dimboola Memorial Secondary College principal Anne Gawith at the school’s graduation day.

Dimboola Memorial Secondary College assistant principal Sally Klinge at the school graduation.

Hall of fame inductee Tracey Rigney and school council president Robin Kuhne at the Dimboola Memorial Secondary College graduation.

Dimboola Memorial Secondary College hall of fame inductee Tracey Rigney.

Horsham College dux Lochie Bull accepts his graduation pack from school council president Rowan Smith.Awards for academic excellence: Jed Lehmann, Lochie Bull, Ethan McRae, Thet Zaw and Tha Thaw Pay. Long Tan leadership award: Ryan Morrow. Excellence in sports awards: Jed Lehmann and Ellena Binney. VET excellence awards: Haylee Goldsworthy and Brandon Farley. Michael Giddings memorial music award: Nick Robertson. Claude Brand citizenship award: Rebecca Clark. Caltex all-rounder award: Ellena Binney. Mallee excellence award: Kelsey Bell. Principal encouragement awards: Shaeleigh Day and Nicholas Robertson. Tertiary scholarships: Thomas Oliver and Tamika Somerville.

Horsham College 2016 school captain Kesley Bell.

Horsham College graduation.

Horsham College 2016 school captain Kesley Bell accepts her award from Horsham councillor Alethea Sedgman.

Horsham College VCE co-ordinator Nick Rigas.

Horsham College year 12 student Hugh Gove accepts his graduation pack from school council president Rowan Smith.

Horsham College senior campus assistant principal Carlos Lopez.

Tha Thaw Pay accepts an award for academic excellence at the Horsham College graduation.

Horsham College year 12 co-ordinator Campbell Pallot.

Horsham College leading teacher for pathways and careers Caroline O’Donnell.

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