Successful university entry for Year 12 students
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.