Archive for September, 2018

Congratulations to Hospitality Student Dominic McNamara

Congratulations to Hospitality student, Dominic McNamara, on being selected as the regional winner of 2020 VET in Schools Student of the Year for Western Sydney & Blue Mountains Region. Dominic is studying the Accelerated Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) program, beginning the Stage 6 course in Year 10 and will complete the HSC for this course in Year 11. He was selected as a candidate for the award based on his academic achievement, industry knowledge and personal skills and attributes. Dominic is a dedicated student who contributes positively to the College community and exhibits high moral standards in his dealings with others

As the regional winner, Dominic continues to the next phase of the program involving a state interview for his category on Friday 14 August. Through the interview process, State winners will be selected to complete a week of professional development in preparation to compete in the Australian Training Awards later in the year.

Dominic is wished well for the next stage of the competition and we look forward to following the achievements of such a deserving student.


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Congratulations to Lara Crown of Year 9

Congratulations to Lara Crown of Year 9 who was awarded the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing (CSTD) state champion, receiving the highest mark in NSW out of all major exam candidates in ballet.

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Australasian Scholarships

Congratulations to Emilia Venuto, Year 8, who competed at the
Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) Australasian Scholarships.

To qualify for nationals, they must finish in the Top 4 in their respective State.

Emilia qualified for the Australasian finals in Classical Ballet, Tap and Jazz.

Emilia finished 2nd in Tap and 4th in Jazz at the Australasian scholarships.

Marcello & Diana Venuto

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Aeronautical Engineering Wiz

As the only female in her Engineering Class for Year 12, Izabella Topped the class with 100% in Aeronautical Engineering.

She hopes more young women who have an interest in engineering will take up the elective course. There are many options in many fields such as Braking Systems, Civil Structures, Aeronautical and Telecommunications and more!

Ms Maree Lucas
TAS Coordinator

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