Euroa Sec­ondary Col­lege cel­e­brates suc­cess­ful 2016

Euroa Gazette - - CLASSIFIEDS -

EUROA Sec­ondary Col­lege (ESC) cel­e­brated the end of the aca­demic year on Mon­day night, cel­e­brat­ing the work of its stu­dents through­out 2016.

Act­ing col­lege prin­ci­pal Kevin Bott wel­comed stu­dents, fam­ily, staff mem­bers and guests to St. John’s Pri­mary’s Mercy Cen­tre and be­gan the evening by ac­knowl­edg­ing the suc­cess­ful year the col­lege had en­joyed in aca­demic, so­cial and sport­ing terms.

Cit­ing the re­cent NAPLAN re­sults, Mr Bott spoke of the col­lege’s im­prov­ing over­all stu­dent scores, their im­prov­ing con­nec­tion with the school, and hap­pi­ness.

As well as con­grat­u­lat­ing the Class of 2016 on their re­sults and suc­cess in ob­tain­ing fur­ther train­ing and em­ploy­ment, staff mem­bers ex­pressed their sup­port for the grow­ing num­ber of non-aca­demic or non-tra­di­tional op­por­tu­ni­ties be­ing pre­sented to ESC stu­dents.

The 2016 Euroa Sec­ondary Col­lege Dux was Jade McNa­mara (cen­tre), pic­tured with prin­ci­pal Kevin Bott and Lions Club pres­i­dent Roy Brock, who pre­sented Jade with a schol­ar­ship on be­half of the Lions club.

John Ben­nett was awarded with a cer­tifi­cate in recog­ni­tion of achiev­ing the high­est level of mu­si­cian­ship at the col­lege.

The Gie Gosewinckel award, which cel­e­brates stu­dents who give their all in aca­demic and sport­ing ven­tures, went to Grace Arnold (left) pic­tured with Laura Ben­nett.

The col­lege cap­tains for 2016 were Amelia Mor­ris and Brodie Asquith, pic­tured with act­ing prin­ci­pal Kevin Bott.

The David Rut­ledge (pic­tured) Maths En­deav­our Award went to year 10 stu­dent Jess Staff.

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