Cobram’s Year 12 students celebrated their final day of school in style last Wednesday.By Jemima Lewis
Cobram Secondary College and Christ the King College both held graduation assemblies on Wednesday.
Christ the King principal Steve Gale said it was an enjoyable day, full of reflection and a little fun.
‘‘The students reflected on their time at Christ the King College and thanked their teachers and parents for the work they put in,’’ Mr Gale said.
The students’ theme was ‘Superheroes’.
‘‘There were a few little pranks that they got up to but all in all it was a positive day and experience,’’ Mr Gale said.
Cobram Secondary College Year 12 students celebrated the end of many years’ hard work in Movie World style.
‘‘We had gorillas, superheroes, Woody from Toy Story — some of the costumes were just amazing,’’ principal Vicki Nolan said.
Mrs Nolan said the students were on their best behaviour and did justice to their final day.
‘‘It was a really memorable day for further times down the track when they think about finishing their schooling,’’ she said.
‘‘It will be such a positive memory.
‘‘It was a wonderful day which made me as principal very proud; the students were proud of what they did and the parents were amazed.
‘‘There were no complaints — they were doing it right.’’
Cobram Secondary College’s graduation assembly and lunch were well-attended.
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