18 October 2016 Dorothy Pizzey Centre
ODE TO ST CATHERINE’S
Tho’ I speak with the tongues of men and of angels and have not love, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.
We celebrate our golden past and our future just beginning Stand and unite, reach for the stars, all our dreams will be fulfilling.
And tho’ I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all myst’ries and all knowledge; and tho’ I have faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not love, I am nothing.
Friends we value, those who last, friends from many nations Leaders we choose; guidance we follow, the future’s in our hands.
And tho’ I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and tho’ I give my body to be burned, and have not love, it profiteth me nothing. Love suffereth long, and is kind; love envieth not; love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; rejoiceth not in iniquity but rejoiceth in the truth; beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things, Love never faileth, but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away. And now abideth faith, hope, love, these three and the greatest of these is love. Music: June Epstein
There is one thread that binds us all, a thread of gold and blue Spun with creed and spirit true of faith, hope and love. We are not saintly but full of heart St Catherine’s wheel does us unite We stand by truth, and aim not to fail in the challenges of life. As we pursue our hopes and dreams on the path that lies before us Our future’s bright, we’ll reach new heights with St Catherine’s as our guide. Words and Music: H Lovass, J Boskell, E Ng, B Valmorbida and St Catherine’s Year 12 Class of 1996
ORDER OF EVENTS PROCESSIONAL – PLEASE STAND
SPEECH NIGHT ADDRESS
Harbinger by Robert Sheldon
Dr Catherine Ball Environmental Scientist and Telstra Business Woman of the Year
Combined Jorgensen Orchestra and Senior Concert Band Conductor: Mr Tim Collins WELCOME AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
Mackenzie Leyden School Captain 2017 OPENING PRAYER
Alexandra Garrett Student Executive 2017 SCHOOL ANTHEM
Pianist: Mrs Jenny Mathers INTRODUCTION OF CHAIR OF COUNCIL
Isabella King Student Executive 2017 COUNCIL REPORT
Mrs Clare Cannon Chair of School Council PRINCIPAL’S ADDRESS
Mrs Michelle Carroll Principal CELEBRATION OF 2016
Audiovisual Presentation WELCOME GUEST SPEAKER
Sophie Seng Hpa Student Executive 2017
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS
Mrs Pauline van der Poel
Director of Planning and Organisation HARVARD BOOK PRIZE
Presented by Mrs Lisa Ray Hennessy Member of the Board, Harvard Club Victoria DUX 2015
Zhihui (Jennifer) Wang YEAR 9 AWARDS
Ms Fiona Ganino-Day Dean of Year 9 Presented by Ms Merran O’Connor Director of Student Wellbeing YEAR 10 AWARDS
Ms Vasiliki Spanos Dean of Year 10 Presented by
Mrs Michelle Carroll Principal
INTRODUCTION OF VIVA VOCI, CANTANTI BELLI
Angela Sexton Student Executive 2017
VIVA VOCI AND CANTANTI BELLI COMBINED
SCHOOL CAPTAINS’ ADDRESS
Roads by Steve Dobrogosz
Conductor: Mrs Jenny Mathers Accompanist: Ms Janis Cook
School Captain 2016
YEAR 11 AWARDS
School Vice Captain 2016
Miss Jeanette Gunn Dean of Year 11
VOTE OF THANKS
Presented by Mrs Clare Cannon Chair of School Council
School Vice Captain 2017
VCE MUSIC PERFORMANCE
Czardas by Vittorio Monti Greta Chen and Stephanie Hird Accompanist: Mrs Emma Lippa
Georgie Sitch SCHOOL ODE – ALL
2016 School Pianist: Ying You (Jenny) Wang BLESSING
Reverend Dr Christopher Page RECESSIONAL – PLEASE STAND
YEAR 12 AWARDS
Harbinger by Robert Sheldon
Mrs Gina Peele Dean of Year 12
Combined Jorgensen Orchestra and Senior Concert Band Conductor: Mr Tim Collins
Presented by Dr Catherine Ball YEAR 12 CHOIR AND AUTO-NO-MAUS
See You Again by Charlie Puth Conductor: Ruby Smith INTRODUCTION OF SCHOOL CAPTAINS
Mackenzie Leyden School Captain 2017
DR CATHERINE BALL Dr Catherine Ball is an author, founder and ethics advocate working across global projects where robotics and new technology meet environmental protection. A sought after voice in industry, Dr Ball is now the CEO of an Australian startup working with the application of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) aka drone technology across remote communities, schools, industry and citizen scientists. Dr Ball is leading the call for discussions around the ethics of spatial data. Dr Ball’s passion is found working on projects that have a humanitarian aspect, ranging from the use of RPAS for emergency response, to recording cultural heritage and agricultural assessments. Dr Ball has travelled and worked globally on cutting edge projects that combine science, entrepreneurship, empowerment, education and training. Dr Ball was the chosen ‘drone advisor’ to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade InnovationXChange’s “Pacific Humanitarian Challenge” and is continuing to support these efforts, as well as initial talks with the UN’s World Food Programme on using drones to distribute food aid, especially in conflict areas such as Syria. Dr Ball continues to advise federal and state government across Australia.
Her most recent works in Queensland involve the training and education of Indigenous rangers to use drones as part of their work, thereby reducing health and safety risk and increasing the efficiency of data collection. This will lead to indigenous owned “drones as a service” companies being created and the data analysis and GIS training also provided to support the rangers and create economic enterprise. Dr Ball is also talking with a number of Queensland schools about the processes to establish ‘Drone Academies’ on site, as the new drone economy is estimated to be worth some USD20B per annum by 2020, with 10% of future jobs attached to the drone economic ecosystem. Dr Ball believes there needs to be discussions around flying safely and ethically and these need to start as soon as possible. Dr Ball continues to support Australia as being the world leader in the nonmilitary application of drone technology also known as “drones for good”. A believer in appropriate data, not open data, Dr Ball is currently starting a new business looking at the future data management needs across our geospatial industry, especially when faced with new technologies, such as drones, that produce a lot of data very quickly.
Dr Ball holds a BSc Honours (Environmental Protection) and a PhD (Spatial Ecology, Descriptive and Predictive Statistics) from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. Dr Ball has been awarded: •
2015 AFR’s BOSS Magazine Young Executives of the Year
National Telstra Business Woman of the Year 2015, Corporate and Private Award
Queensland Telstra Business Women’s Awards Winner 2015: Queensland Business Woman of the Year, Queensland Corporate and Private
Innovator of Influence, 2015 at Innovation Week
Courier Mail Q Magazine: Queensland 50 Best and Brightest, 2015
Most recently, Dr Ball is a National Finalist in the 2016 Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence.
ACADEMIC AWARDS Academic Excellence Award
Monash University Scholars Program
The Academic Excellence Award is presented to a student who is in the top 10% following the application of weightings and the student has been nominated across at least two Core subjects (English, Humanities, Mathematics and Science).
Awarded to Year 10 students by Monash University for academic excellence.
Kavina Kalaichelvam Gabriella Tymms Olivia Soong Harriette Dryden Flynn Oâ€™Brien Eve Rayner Heidi Tokatlidis YEAR 10
Demi Markakis Isabel Gray Sophie Karunaratne Savannah Vote Lily Arnoul Rui Shu (Maria) Wu
General Academic Achievement Award The General Academic Achievement Award is presented to a student who has achieved a combined score of 85% or above, when all subject areas are combined. YEAR 9
Annelise Cody Celia Cody Emily Sutherland Chloe Manson Amelia Chambers Hope Kudelka YEAR 10
Charlotte Sinclair Camilla Broome Annabel Joubert Isabelle Gough Juliet Grant Madeleine Leggo Olivia Murdoch Emma Rodgers
Designed to assist high achieving senior school students develop and excel, both academically and personally, through the development of a personal network of peers and academics. Students are selected on academic ability, contributions to the School and community, and their capacity to participate. Stephanie Ferrali Isabelle Gough Rui Shu (Maria) Wu
The Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program Awarded by the University of Melbourne. The Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars are involved in an academic enrichment program designed to support high-achieving students. Zeyi (Zoe) Yu YEAR 11
Subject Awards, VCE Units 1&2 STUDIO ARTS
Brigette Cantarella MUSIC
Phoebe Edwards VISUAL COMMUNICATION
Ingrid Crossing ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE
Zeyi (Zoe) Yu ENGLISH
Mackenzie Leyden LITERATURE
Chloe Thompson Alexandra Garrett ACCOUNTING
Gretel Newton-Brown ECONOMICS
Esther Teow GEOGRAPHY
Cluny Gilmour TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY
The Sue Bell Humanities Prize The Sue Bell Humanities Prize is awarded to a Year 12 student who has demonstrated outstanding academic results across two final year Humanities subjects. Subjects can include History: Revolutions, Global Politics or a University History extension program. The recipient displays academic rigour, intellectual curiosity and displays a love and engagement in Humanities.
Ruyan (Lily) Li
Sue Bell (Staley ‘59) attended St Catherine’s as a day student, and for a short time as a boarder, from 1948 to 1959. She was Captain of Langley House and a School Prefect in 1960. After graduating in Arts at Melbourne University, she began her teaching career finally returning to St Catherine’s where she quickly became a much loved teacher of Politics and History, and Head of Humanities. This Award is donated in her memory as a dedicated educationist and supporter of the School.
HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Chloe Thompson GENERAL MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST
Zeyi (Zoe) Yu GENERAL MATHEMATICS
Man In (Rachel) Ung GENERAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS
Holly Elstoft PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Isabelle King BIOLOGY
Lily Arnoul CHEMISTRY
Zeyi (Zoe) Yu PHYSICS
Zeyi (Zoe) Yu PSYCHOLOGY
Elsa Robertson CHINESE
Esther Teow FRENCH
Lydia He JAPANESE
Dark Blue Awards for Academic Excellence Dark Blue Awards for Academic Excellence are presented to Year 12 girls who have reached an outstanding level of achievement in Units 3&4 subjects. Madeleine Baker Greta Chen Annabel Hartmanis Sofiya Hay Yunjia (Kitty) Hong Katherine Yuan
CO-CURRICULAR AWARDS Dramatic Arts Colours
Danae Barbayannis Bonnie Birchall Elizabeth Bolt Georgina Cheale Frances Curtis Sabine Harms Sofiya Hay Megane Janssen Amelia McDonald Madeline Mills Grace Nicolas Eliza O’Donnell Ruby Smith Katherine Zhao
Annie Anezakis Elizabeth Bolt Clare Cameron Georgina Cheale Greta Chen Frances Curtis Elysée Dubois Sofiya Hay Brooke Maat Amelia McDonald Madeline Mills Katherine Zhao
Visual Arts Colours Georgia Bickford Coco Burrell Serena Clark Mia Lansell
Music Colours Elizabeth Bolt Clare Cameron Gemma Chan Georgina Cheale Greta Chen Frances Curtis Katherine Duong Sabine Harms Sofiya Hay Stephanie Hird Eliza O’Donnell Whitney Portwine Ruby Smith Katherine Yuan Katherine Zhao
Public Speaking Colours Elizabeth Bolt Sofiya Hay Brooke Maat
Sports Colours Annie Anezakis Madeleine Baker Danae Barbayannis Georgia Bickford Elizabeth Bolt Coco Burrell Clare Cameron Adelaide Cester Georgina Cheale Serena Clark Frances Curtis Elysée Dubois Natasha Fowler Sophie Francis Luisa Gibson Georgie Gleeson Sabine Harms Sofiya Hay Persephone Holdenson Mia Lansell Samantha Leigh Brooke Maat Amelia McDonald Grace Nicolas Eliza O’Donnell Ella Swann Kiki Templeton Hannah Wentworth
Danae Barbayannis Coco Burrell Clare Cameron Elysée Dubois Mia Lansell Amelia McDonald Ella Swann
Awarded to students in Years 7-10 who have displayed commitment and significant contributions towards the sporting life of the School.
School Colours Danae Barbayannis Elizabeth Bolt Coco Burrell Clare Cameron Georgina Cheale Frances Curtis Elysée Dubois Sabine Harms Sofiya Hay Mia Lansell Amelia McDonald Eliza O’Donnell Katherine Zhao
Annelise Cody YEAR 9 Annabel Joubert YEAR 10
The Thora Jex Memorial Award for Sporting Enthusiasm Awarded to a Year 11 student who has shown sporting enthusiasm and has made a consistent contribution to sport in the School. A gift of the Old Girls’ Association in memory of a benefactor and teacher of Physical Education. Thora Jex was a long serving member of staff at St Catherine’s in the 1950s and 1960s. Many Old Girls remember her as their Sports Mistress. When Thora Jex died, St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association decided to remember her by presenting an annual award for sporting enthusiasm. Alexandra Stopp
The Margaret Woodlock Award for outstanding sporting achievement An occasional award presented to a Year 12 student who has made an outstanding contribution to the sporting life of the School in honour of Margaret Woodlock-McLean (‘56 Woodlock), an Old Girl who competed in the 1956 Olympics in Shot Put whilst a student at St Catherine’s School. Annie Anezakis
The Sports Auxiliary Sports Citizenship Award A gift of the St Catherine’s Sports Auxiliary for outstanding contribution to the sporting life of the School, citizenship and displaying good sportsmanship. Hannah Wentworth
CO-CURRICULAR AWARDS Arts Award Awarded to students in Years 9 and 10 who have displayed an outstanding involvement in, and contribution to, the co-curricular Visual and/or Dramatic Arts in the School. Eve Rayner YEAR 9 Demi Markakis YEAR 10
The Drama Auxiliary Prize Awarded to a Year 11 student who has shown an outstanding involvement in, and contribution to, the co-curricular Drama programs of the School. A gift of the St Catherine’s School Drama Auxiliary. Amber Chapman
Slawa Duldig Memorial Award for Art Mrs Slawa Duldig was a long serving member of staff at St Catherine’s, having been Senior Art and Craft Mistress at the School for 17 years from 1946 to 1963. All her past students remember her with great affection and admiration. After she died in 1975, SCOGA established a Memorial Award in her honour. Jessica Caine
The Anna Tegner Memorial Art Award
The Catherine-Nellijke VerstoepHilford Drama Prize Awarded to a Year 12 student for her outstanding contribution to Drama. Named in recognition of past student Catherine-Nellijke Verstoep-Hilford (’75). Megane Janssen
Music Awards This Award is presented to students in Years 7 to 11 who have contributed to multiple Music groups/ensembles and have made a significant contribution to the musical life of the School. Kavina Kalaichelvam YEAR 9 Isabelle Binsted YEAR 10 Jessica Devlin YEAR 11
The Danielle Lloyd Memorial Award for Music This Award is presented to a Year 11 Music student who has shown an outstanding commitment to the Ensemble program and demonstrated excellence and improvement in musical ability in the area of strings. The recipient displays courage in innovation and original creative expression in Music.
Awarded to a Year 11 Art student whose work is imaginative or boundary breaking. The recipient displays a willingness to take artistic risks and to experiment freely with new ideas, techniques and approaches to art-making.
The Award is presented in memory of Danielle Lloyd (‘83), a past student, Music Captain and an outstanding violin teacher at the School.
Named in recognition of past student Anna Tegner (’00).
The Bertha Jorgensen Prize for Leader of the Orchestra
Named in honour of Bertha Jorgensen (‘19), a distinguished Old Girl (1910 to 1919), who became leader of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – the first female orchestra leader in Australia.
Music Citizenship Award
Light Blue Awards
Awarded to a Year 12 student who has made an outstanding contribution to the musical life of St Catherine’s School.
Light Blue Awards for Performance are presented to Year 12 girls who have reached a very high standard of performance in Drama, Debating and Public Speaking, Music or Sport in their Senior years.
A gift of the Music Auxiliary. Georgina Cheale
Debating and Public Speaking Awards Presented to students in Years 9 to 11 who have made a significant contribution to Debating/Public Speaking within the School. Henrietta Paterson YEAR 9 Demi Markakis YEAR 10 Mackenzie Leyden YEAR 11
The Louise Bristow Award for Debating and Public Speaking This Award is presented to a Year 11 student who has made a significant contribution to Debating and Public Speaking. This Award is presented in memory of Louise Bristow, a great contributor to the School community. Louise was a Barrister and considered Debating and Public Speaking skills integral to her profession. Amber Chapman
Sophie Borland Memorial Award for Public Speaking This Award is provided by the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association to a Year 12 student for excellence in, and contribution to, Public Speaking. Miss Sophie Borland was a long serving member of staff at St Catherine’s from 1935 to 1949. She taught English at the School and was Headmistress from 1943 to 1949. Many Old Girls remember her with great affection and respect. Following her death on 14 April 1999, the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association established this Memorial Award in her name. Elizabeth Bolt
Georgia Bickford Frances Curtis Adelaide Cester Luisa Gibson Georgie Gleeson
Megane Janssen Georgina Cheale
Madeleine Baker SNOWSPORTS
Coco Burrell Serena Clark Mia Lansell Ella Swann GOLF
Samantha Leigh TENNIS
Sophie Francis Stephanie Hird
Elizabeth Bolt Greta Chen Sofiya Hay PUBLIC SPEAKING
Elizabeth Bolt MUSIC
Elizabeth Bolt Georgina Cheale Greta Chen Sabine Harms Stephanie Hird Ruby Smith Katherine Zhao Ying You (Jenny) Wang
Light Blue Award for General Sport Light Blue Award for General Sport is awarded to student who has reached an exceptional standard of skill in more than one sport. Annie Anezakis ROWING, SWIMMING AND ATHLETICS
SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP AWARDS The Year 9 Jean Willey Award for School Excellence
The Australian Defence Force Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award
Presented in honour of past Head of Middle School, Jean Willey, from 1984 to 1991. More than just simply warm and caring, she had a lively mind and was well read; her girls learned much from her.
Awarded to a Year 10 and Year 12 student who have demonstrated leadership and teamwork; sponsored by the Australian Defence Force.
The Year 10 Doris Winter-Irving Award for School Excellence A gift of the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association, this Award is presented in honour of Mrs Doris Winter-Irving, a loyal and dedicated member of the teaching staff (Senior History).
The Battle of Long Tan was one of the defining moments in Australian military history and the naming of this Award is intended as a fitting tribute to the Long Tan veterans, reflecting the traits they demonstrated such as determination, mateship, teamwork, tenacity, compassion and leadership. Annabelle Motteram YEAR 10 Eliza O’Donnell YEAR 12
Mrs Winter-Irving joined the staff in 1956 and became Head of the Humanities Department and Chief of Staff. She retired in 1985 after nearly 30 years with the School.
The Illawarra Junior Boarder Award
This Award is named after our Boarding House – Illawarra. Built in 1888-89, it was presented as a gift to the National Trust in 1966. In 1997, St Catherine’s leased the property as the School’s Boarding House. Illawarra was considered a possible site for the School in 1922 by Ruth Langley and Flora Templeton, but was rejected in favour of Kilbride (Sherren House) due to the greater grounds.
The Year 11 Noel Warner Award for School Excellence Mrs Noel Warner (Ferguson ‘35) was an Old Girl of the School and served as School Captain in 1936. Mrs Warner was a member of the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association for many years. Following her death in June 1973, the Committee established a lasting memorial to Noel by presenting an annual award to a Year 11 St Catherine’s student, who, like Noel, has given outstanding service to the School. Mackenzie Leyden
Duke of Edinburgh Award The Duke of Edinburgh Award is an internationally recognised achievement in the areas of Service, Physical Recreation, Skill Development, Adventurous Journey and Residential Project. Ho Yuan (Jade) Hsiao
Awarded to a Junior boarder who has made a valuable contribution to boarding at St Catherine’s School.
Flynn O’Brien YEAR 9
The Illawarra Senior Boarder Award Awarded to a Senior boarder who has made a valuable contribution to boarding at St Catherine’s School. This Award is named after our Boarding House – Illawarra. Built in 1888-89, it was presented as a gift to the National Trust in 1966. In 1997, St Catherine’s leased the property as the School’s Boarding House. Illawarra was considered a possible site for the School in 1922 by Ruth Langley and Flora Templeton, but was rejected in favour of Kilbride (Sherren House) due to the greater grounds. Jessica Walsh
The Langley Family Memorial Award for a Boarder Awarded to a Year 12 Boarder who has made a valuable contribution to boarding at St Catherine’s School. This Award is in memory of all members of the Langley Family who served at St Catherine’s. Miss Ruth Langley was the second Principal of the School and served in that capacity from 1902, first in Castlemaine, then at Williams Road and ultimately at Heyington Place until her death in December 1933. Her sister, Miss Hilda Langley, was also School Principal, from 1933 to 1946, and two other sisters, Aphra and Nona, taught at the School in its early days. This Award is a gift of the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association. Morgan O’Brien Ruyi Zheng
The Mary Davis Memorial Award to the Daughter of an Old Girl for Service to the School Awarded for service to the School to a Year 11 student who is the daughter of an Old Girl. Miss Mary Davis was Headmistress of St Catherine’s for 21 years from 1950 to 1971. Many hundreds of Old Girls remember her with great love and respect. When Mary Davis died in August 1991, The St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association established a lasting Old Girls’ Memorial to her by presenting an annual Service Award to a Year 11 St Catherine’s student who is the daughter of an Old Girl. Sophie Sitch
The Margaret Mulder Award for International Citizenship Awarded to a Year 12 international student who is courteous and considerate to peers and teachers, actively upholds the School policies, demonstrates School spirit through active involvement and is a role model to other students by promoting the value of cultural diversity. Margaret Mulder was a staff member of St Catherine’s School (1981 – 2003). She taught in the Junior School and then later was School Registrar. This Award is in recognition of her dedication towards, and work with, international students. Ruyi Zheng
SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP AWARDS CONT. The Warburton Citizenship Award Awarded at Years 7 to 11 to students who demonstrate courtesy, consideration and loyalty and reflect high values and enthusiasm for academic work and co-curricular involvement. The naming of this Award recognises our School’s history with its evacuation to Warburton during the Second World War. The Toorak site was taken over by the Australian Government to become a training base for the WAAAF. After a final assembly, St Catherine’s students and staff marched down to Heyington Station to take the three hour train journey to Warburton where they remained for eight months. Celia Cody YEAR 9 Charlotte Sinclair YEAR 10 Sophie Seng Hpa YEAR 11
The Parents’ and Friends’ Association Citizenship Award Awarded to a Year 12 student who has displayed community awareness, outstanding School spirit, and actively upholds the School Values. This Award is donated by the St Catherine’s Parents’ and Friends’ Association. Frances Curtis
Principal’s Award for the Captain and Vice Captain of the School Awarded annually to the Captain and Vice-Captain of the School in recognition for their service and leadership. Elizabeth Bolt Clare Cameron
The Caltex Best All Rounder Award
General Award for Service to the School
Awarded to a Year 12 student who has been recognised for their leadership qualities and commitment across a range of activities: academic, co-curricular and in the wider community; sponsored by Caltex Australia.
General Awards are presented to students in Year 12 who have made an outstanding contribution to the School as demonstrated through their attitude, work and participation in School life.
One of Australia’s most respected secondary education recognition programs, this Award acknowledges the recipient’s all-round contribution to the School and community. Annie Anezakis
The Jeanie Hood Prize Awarded to a Year 12 student who has displayed the School Values – Curiosity, Integrity, Perseverance and Empathy. Named in honour of Jeanie Hood, the Founding Principal of St Catherine’s (then called Castlemaine Ladies College) who served in that role from 1886 to 1902. The award is donated by the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association. Greta Chen
Annie Anezakis Georgina Cheale Greta Chen Elysée Dubois Georgie Gleeson Sabine Harms Amelia McDonald Eliza O’Donnell Ruby Smith Ella Swann
Award for Outstanding Service to the School Gold Awards are presented to students in Year 12 who have made an exceptional contribution to the School as demonstrated through their attitude, work and participation in School life. To be eligible for this award, students are to have received School Colours. Elizabeth Bolt Clare Cameron Frances Curtis Sofiya Hay Katherine Zhao
Harvard Book Prize Awarded to a student in Year 11 displaying excellence in academic and high character, combined with involvement in extracurricular activities, shows initiative, enterprising ideas, and leadership and is of good character. Sophie Seng Hpa
VALEDICTORY CERTIFICATES Annie Anezakis Madeleine Baker Danae Barbayannis Georgia Bickford Bonnie Birchall Elizabeth Bolt Coco Burrell Clare Cameron Adelaide Cester Gemma Chan Imogen Chandulal Georgina Cheale Greta Chen Serena Clark Frances Curtis Cassandra Doyle Elysée Dubois Katherine Duong Melanie Fiusco Natasha Fowler Sophie Francis Luisa Gibson Georgie Gleeson Piper Golias Sabine Harms Annabel Hartmanis Sofiya Hay Stephanie Hird Persephone Holdenson Yunjia (Kitty) Hong
Ho Yuan (Jade) Hsiao Megane Janssen Ruo Ming (Cynthia) Jiang Lili Kahofer Azrin Kearney Mia Lansell Samantha Leigh Juntong (Aileen) Li Junbing (Amy) Li Brooke Maat Amelia McDonald Chantal Mercer Madeline Mills Grace Nicolas Morgan O’Brien Eliza O’Donnell Whitney Portwine Rattha (Sandy) Sadomwattana Ruby Smith Ella Swann Greta Tarrant Kiki Templeton Ying You (Jenny) Wang Zoe Watkins Hannah Wentworth Wiebke Wenzel Xiaowen (Winona) Yang Katherine Yuan Katherine Zhao Ruyi Zheng
Published on Oct 18, 2016