Students from St Mary's College were presented with awards for academic and sporting achievement and leadership.December 12, 2013 4:51am
St Mary’s College held its annual awards ceremony on Thursday. Winners were:Academic Achievement
College Dux — Georgia Comte
SP-B — Murray Jenkins
SP-K — Ebony Marshall
SP-J — Dylan Cook and Mackenzie Spencer
7H — Isabel Macdonald
7M — Ha-Teya Gripske
8D — Amy Duna
8M — Isabel Calle
9C — Mhuron Beveridge
9A — Emily McInerney
Mother Maurice Ryan Citizenship Award
SP-B — Emily Treble
SP-K — Luke Messore
SP-J — Lauren McInerney
7H — Reanne Grant
7M — Kate Ellis
8D — Ashleigh Berger
8M — Madeline Moore
9C — Jordan Graham
9M — Jarrod Durbridge
10F — Jenna Hatfield
10H — Bonnie Dawson
McEwen Community Award
Year 10 — Isabelle Tillson
The State Member for Seymour Achievement Award
Middle Secondary — Caitlan Kelso
Vocational and Education Training Award
SMC Encouragement — Jesse Jones
The Apprenticeship Factory — Emma Mason
Goulburn Murray Group Training — Bailey Gregson
The Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award — ADF
Mitchell Shire Award
Primary — Ben Tipping
Secondary — Sophie Stasiak
Seymour Goulburn Lions Club Encouragement Award
Year 6 — Matisee Clarke, Ebony Marshall
Seymour Lions Inc The Lion Marian Rojewski Community Award
Year 6 — Kelsey Hare
Outstanding Sportsperson Award sponsored by Ken Whitfort Total Sports
Primary — Dylan Cook, Jessica Hall
Junior secondary — Conor McCloy, Hannah Christie
Middle secondary — Rosie O’Sullivan, Patrick Andrews
Seymour and District Art Society Inc Award
The Christine Murphy Award
Monsignor Anthony K Toms Science Award
Middle Secondary — Georgia Comte
Junior Secondary — Isabella Ellson
The Best All-rounder Award
The Performing Arts Awards sponsored by Seymour Performers Workshop
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