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Community & Business

5 October, 2023

Fresh start for future generation

HELPING grade 12 students as they head off to university, Fresh Street IGA and Atherton State High School have celebrated a significant milestone, helping fund university students for six years.


Scholarship 2020 recipient Eliza Tolley, Fresh Street Market manager Matt Bowles and Atherton State High School P&C Treasurer Nicky Keevers are ready for applicants for this year’s Fresh Street IGA scholarship.
Scholarship 2020 recipient Eliza Tolley, Fresh Street Market manager Matt Bowles and Atherton State High School P&C Treasurer Nicky Keevers are ready for applicants for this year’s Fresh Street IGA scholarship.

The scholarship offers $10,000 over three years to a student from Atherton State High School going to university.

So far, this scholarship has helped students such as Eliza Tolley, who is studying dentistry at James Cook University, Samarah Casey, who is studying midwifery at Griffith University and David Kilpatrick who is studying Agriculture and Business at the University of Queensland.

The Atherton State High School P&C thanked the local IGA for their ongoing support for students as they take the next step into adulthood. 

Grade 12 Atherton High students who are heading to university next year are encouraged to apply. 

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