Se­niors are ready to branch out

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THE theme of this year’s awards night for St Joseph’s Col­lege was “Grow­ing to­gether... branch­ing out”.

And the se­nior class of 2017 had done just that, said prin­ci­pal Ni­cholas Lynch.

Mr Lynch said the se­nior class of 2017 was for­mally ac­knowl­edged along with stu­dents from all year lev­els at the col­lege’s an­nual award night last night.

“They grad­u­ate as the largest co­hort of stu­dents to pass through the col­lege,” Mr Lynch said.

“Over the past five years this group has formed strong bonds and to­gether have grown to young adults, ready to branch out into the wider com­mu­nity and serve Him in oth­ers.”

Mr Lynch said the col­lege recog­nised their aca­demic, cul­tural and sport­ing achieve­ments.

“We look for­ward to their fu­ture con­tri­bu­tions to the wider com­mu­nity and be­yond,” he said.

PHOTO: KATE DODD

WIN­NERS: Cel­e­brat­ing are St Joseph’s Col­lege’s ma­jor award win­ners (from left) Jack­son O’Brien, Emma Dimech, Shana Stokes, Lau­ren Sal­mond, Me­gan Pre­to­rius , Kather­ine Spald­ing, Mad­di­son Wecker and Dou­glas Tschumy. IN­SET: Stu­art Hogan was this year’s Dux.

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