Suc­cess­ful uni­ver­sity en­try for Year 12 stu­dents

The Free Press (Corowa) - - FRONT PAGE -

Corowa High School staff and stu­dents would like to con­grat­u­late our Year 12 stu­dents on gain­ing en­try to their pre­ferred cour­ses.

John Sch­nelle was our dux and is as­sured of his place in Com­merce and Ad­vanced Stud­ies Sci­ence at the Uni­ver­sity of Syd­ney, whilst Monique Van Leeuwen has been of­fered Pre-med at the Uni­ver­sity of Wol­lon­gong.

Gabrielle Pir­nag is keen to take up teach­ing and has been of­fered a Bach­e­lor of Ed­u­ca­tion at the Uni­ver­sity of Can­berra.

Alana Tidd and Madi­son Crosth­waite are pur­su­ing the health sciences and have been of­fered Paramedicine and Health and Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Sci­ence at Charles Sturt Uni­ver­sity.

Dy­lan Ho and Hay­ley Cord­well’s in­ter­ests are fo­cused on psy­chol­ogy and so­cial work and both have been of­fered places, with Dy­lan head­ing to La­Trobe Uni­ver­sity in Mel­bourne and Hay­ley to Griffith Uni­ver­sity in Queens­land.

Ella Kingston will be en­rolling in Nurs­ing and Paramedics at La­Trobe Mel­bourne, whilst Sarah Dyson will be un­der­tak­ing her stud­ies in Cy­ber­se­cu­rity and Crim­i­nol­ogy through Deakin Uni­ver­sity.

Ruby Craw­ford and Chloe Water­son both com­pleted the Cert 111 in In­di­vid­ual Sup­port Age­ing as an ad­di­tion to their Higher School Cer­tifi­cate stud­ies and will pur­sue the next stage of nurs­ing stud­ies at uni­ver­sity and TAFE.

Ruby’s sis­ter Lily has been awarded a schol­ar­ship and will be un­der­tak­ing the Di­ploma of Chil­dren’s Ser­vices at Wodonga TAFE Col­lege.

Other of our stu­dents are await­ing news of uni­ver­sity and TAFE of­fers or have se­cured ap­pren­tice­ships with some of our very gen­er­ous lo­cal busi­nesses; Josh Bartlett will con­tinue his school based ap­pren­tice­ship in En­gi­neer­ing with Ri­valea and he will be joined by new re­cruit, Mhelvin Gar­cia.

A sig­nif­i­cant num­ber of stu­dents make the de­ci­sion to un­der­take a year out from study to save money and gain valu­able work­place ex­pe­ri­ence, take some time to con­sider their op­tions and/or un­der­take an ex­change pro­gram over­seas.

We are very proud of our young peo­ple and wish them the very best, as they com­mence this new phase of their life.

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