Dux tops school in physics, history
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.
DUX: Matthew Beazley is the dux of Tokoroa High School for 2010.