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SEVEN high achievers have cemented their places in Mornington Secondary College’s Dreamcatcher program run over the past 15 years. The year 12 students, who all achieved 90-plus ATARs, now await their tertiary offers later this month. Deputy principal Jim Pappas said the Dreamcatcher program was geared for

students who choose to aim for 90-plus ATARs. “The students are selected based on their previous academic achievements and work with a teacher-mentor during their final year,” he said. “Over these years, our 90-plus achievers have been Dreamcatchers with this year being no exception.”

Dreamchasers: Simon Owen (92.4), Dux Katrina Holt (99.15), Tori Campbell (96), principal Linda Stanton, Jack Hornsby (90.8), Warren Rogan (95.3) and Isobel Macleod (92.4). Absent was Saskia Thomas (98.4) who was away on a road trip. Saskia also scored 50 for business management.

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