Dux tops school in physics, his­tory

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Toko­roa High School’s dux for 2010 is Matthew Bea­z­ley.

Matthew re­ceived the award at the school’s an­nual prize­giv­ing on Wed­nes­day.

There he also re­ceived the awards for first place in Year 13 sub­jects physics and his­tory.

Lisa Horn was named Prox­ime Ac­ces­sit and re­ceived the Kelly Cup for ex­cel­lence and con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity. She was first equal in Year 13 chem­istry, first in math­e­mat­ics with statis­tics and won the Elder Cup for Sci­ence.

Toko­roa High School Se­nior Prize­giv­ing re­sults for 2010: Spe­cial Awards. Matthew Bea­z­ley, dux of Toko­roa High School 2010; Lisa Horn, Prox­ime Ac­ces­sit, The Kelly Cup for ex­cel­lence and con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity, Ro­tary Club Schol­ar­ship; Chris Teague, Head Boy Medal; The Hen­dra Tro­phy for out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity, Kasey OKeefe Schol­ar­ship for ter­tiary study in the arts field; Kei-lah Teao, Head Girl Medal; The Hen­dra Tro­phy for out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity, Stu­dent Coun­cil Cup for the most ded­i­cated councillor, Ro­tary Club Schol­ar­ship; Christo­pher Bishop, Den­zil Manu, Heath Tay­lor, Regi­nald Matekohi, Re­becca Hoani, Stacey King, Julius Daniels-Mata, Te Ao Nui McKenzie, Cassandra France, Ai­dan Te Kanawa, Bryce Do­mass­chenz, Han­nah De­whurst, Carter Holt Har­vey book awards for year 11, 12, 13 stu­dents for dili­gence and/or ser­vice to the school.

James Love­day, THS Tro­phy for Spe­cial Achieve­ment in Year 11; Aroa Turia, Stavert Tro­phy for con­tri­bu­tion to Puna Vai Ora, Utanga Fam­ily Me­mo­rial Tro­phy for con­tri- bu­tion to Te Manava; Aaron Gott, The Lawry Broth­ers Cup for out­stand­ing all round con­tri­bu­tion to mu­sic; Heath Tay­lor, out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity; Gideon Le­toga, out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity.

Deyanna Takiri, Ra­dio Forest­land Clas­sic Hits Award for Year 13 com­mu­ni­ca­tion and co-op­er­a­tion, out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity, Lois Dear Me­mo­rial Schol­ar­ship for an ex-pupil of Strath­more School who is go­ing on to ter­tiary study; Osooso Stow­ers, out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the school com­mu­nity; Ross Gar­diner, Year 13 com­mu­ni­ca­tion and co-op­er­a­tion; Molly Mitchell, Ra­dio Forest­land Clas­sic Hits Award for ser­vices to the li­brary; Josh Smith-Holly, Diana

and Jim Ryan Fam­ily Tro­phy for in­tegrity and pos­i­tive role mod­el­ling to other stu­dents; Ai­dan Te Kanawa, Nigel Stu­art Me­mo­rial Tro­phy for con­tri­bu­tion to Puna Wai Ora; Christo­pher Bishop, Julius Daniels, Mata Tear­aara Tangi­mataiti, Zi­varna Ormsby, Vic­tor Joseph, Gideon Le­toga, Churches Trust Schol­ar­ship for de­serv­ing stu­dents re­turn­ing to school next year. Year 13 sub­ject awards. Chris Teague, com­mu­ni­ca­tion English, geog­ra­phy, first equal sci­ence; Deyanna Takiri, first equal sci­ence, Waikato Grad­u­ate Women Char­i­ta­ble Trust Award; Michael Ra­tima, com­put­ing, Toko­roa Mens and Boyswear Most Im­proved Stu­dent in Year 11-13 Award.

Sta­cie-Rae Ran­gi­tu­tia, phys­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion, art; Patu Hare, Te Reo.

Kasper Nooyen, Te Kahui Whetu Achieve­ment; Chantelle Cas­sidy, sports academy.

Josh Smith-Holly, ser­vices academy; Sarah Mitchell, tourism, Cook Is­land Maori; Ethan Tito, technology – hard ma­te­ri­als, AFS; Jay­den Parker, English; Kei-lah Teao, Stu­dent Coun­cil Cup for ef­fort and in­volve­ment across all sub­jects and has not gained first place in any sub­ject, MAEA Cup for aca­demic ex­cel­lence by a Cook Is­land stu­dent; Tere Mana, Ariki Tan­garoa Me­mo­rial Tro­phy for best all round per­for­mance by a se­nior Pa­cific Is­land stu­dent.

Ross Gar­diner, bi­ol­ogy, Milne Cup for Math­e­mat­ics, first equal chem­istry; Dou­ble Happy Cup for top achieve­ment other than Dux or Prox­ime Ac­ces­sit; Lisa Horn, first equal chem­istry, maths with statis­tics, Elder Cup for Sci­ence; Mathew Bea­z­ley, physics, his­tory. Year 12 sub­ject awards. Natasha Fin­layson, first equal com­mu­ni­ca­tion English, first equal food and nutrition, ac­count­ing; Shar­nice Birch, art; Anita Orihuela-O’Brien, first equal food and nutrition; Raynor Takari, first equal com­mu­ni­ca­tion English; Troy Smith-Holly, travel and tourism; Danny John, J Ples­sius Cup for the most im­proved stu­dent for Year 12, com­put­ing; Hay­ley Ba­son, bi­ol­ogy; Luke Hutchen­son, com­put­ing; Heath Tay­lor, first equal elec­tron­ics technology; Tane Thomp­son, technology – hard ma­te­ri­als, fur­ni­ture mak­ing; Christina Black, trade math­e­mat­ics, Cre­ative Arts Cup; Tatyana Stow­ers, phys­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion; Re­bekah Kaora, Te Kahui Whetu award for per­se­ver­ance, pa­tience and per­sis­tence; Des­mond Phillips, sports acadamy.

Christo­pher Bishop, Te Reo, Cook Is­land Maori; Aroa Turia, Gra­hams Paper Plus Tro­phy for the most im­proved year 12 stu­dent of com­merce; Gideon Le­toga, Ngapo Cup for year 12 Or­a­tory, Se­nior Or­a­tory Cup; Tear­aara Tangi­mataiti, ef­fort and in­volve­ment across all sub­jects and has not gained a first place in any sub­ject, Lions Club of Toko­roa District Award; James Love­day, geog­ra­phy, math­e­mat­ics; Year 13 elec­tron­ics; Aaron Gott, English, chem­istry, physics, mu­sic, mu­sic per­for­mance, first equal elec­tron­ics technology, New­brook cup for best all round stu­dent in year 12. Year 11 sub­ject awards. Stacey King, com­put­ing; Shaquille Kaea, com­mu­ni­ca­tion English; Matthew Thomp­son, Elec­tron­ics; Avian Uer­ata, technology – hard ma­te­ri­als; Gaye Nu­manga, Cook Is­land Maori; Te Ao Nui McKenzie, Te Reo; Sisa Manu, rugby league path­ways; Keretina Mutu, Te Kahui Whetu achieve­ment; Court­ney Ross, speech com­pe­ti­tion for Or­a­tory, Stu­dent Coun­cil cup for ef­fort and in­volve­ment across all sub­jects and has not gained a first place in any sub­ject; Anna-Ma­rina KataJoseph, fabrics, Mitchell Cup for best prac­ti­cal work in fabrics.

Alia Cow­ley, mu­sic; Michael Tau, Tere Mana Ariki Tan­garoa Me­mo­rial Tro­phy for sci­ence by a Cook Is­land stu­dent; Tay­lah PaulKaponga, mu­sic per­for­mance; James Love­day, English, his­tory; Mere­ana Poko, geog­ra­phy phys­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion; Ari­ana Hawker, art, bi­ol­ogy, math­e­mat­ics with ap­pli­ca­tion; Han­nah De­whurst, sci­ence, food and nutrition; math­e­mat­ics NCEA, Ja­panese.

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DUX: Matthew Bea­z­ley is the dux of Toko­roa High School for 2010.

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