Milestone for col­lege

North Coast Times - - NEWS -

THE first co­hort of stu­dents at But­ler Col­lege had their farewell pre­sen­ta­tion evening this week.

The school held its in­au­gu­ral Year 12 pre­sen­ta­tion event at Perth Con­cert Hall on Oc­to­ber 30 for the classes that were part of the orig­i­nal Year 8 group when it opened in 2013.

Prin­ci­pal Ar­mando Giglia spoke about their jour­ney from Year 8 to the young adults they are to­day and the fu­tures ahead of them, whether it be em­ploy­ment, fur­ther study, ap­pren­tice­ships or travel.

Mr Giglia said their years at the col­lege had been char­ac­terised by the chal­lenges of be­ing the ‘first’ at ev­ery­thing and not hav­ing a peer group to look up to, while also deal­ing with a con­stant phase of build­ing and con­struc­tion.

Zelda De Silva was named the ATAR (Aus­tralian Ter­tiary Ad­mis­sion Rank) dux and Ryo Evans was the VET (Vo­ca­tional Ed­u­ca­tion and Train­ing) dux.

Stu­dents at But­ler Col­lege’s first Year 12 pre­sen­ta­tion event.

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