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24 November, 2022

Students awarded at presentation night

ATHERTON State High School students were recently recognised for their dedication to their academic and sporting commitments in 2022.

Student of the Year Marni Dennis with TRC Mayor Rod Marti.
Student of the Year Marni Dennis with TRC Mayor Rod Marti.

This year, it was Marni Dennis who came out as the top student, winning the Student of The Year award, sponsored and presented by Tablelands Regional Council Mayor Rod Marti.

Marni has shown great dedication to her studies and has taken out some of the highest marks in her subjects, whilst being a good role model to other students.

The Junior Dux for 2022 was Jordon Cox, for his dedication to going above and beyond in all of his subjects.

The James Cook Rising Star award goes to a grade 12 student who demonstrates high levels of academic achievements and champions the school’s ethos.

This year’s well deserving recipient was Chelsea Perry, who has also received $10,000 paid directly to her instalments over three years.

The ADF Long Tan Leadership award was awarded to Jean Pluschke and Chloe Robertson, who displayed strong values and “mateship” that are displayed within the defence force.

Taking home gold on the fields, Sportsperson of the Year went to Lucas Kattenberg and Kira Dalgety.

These students often represent the school on a district and peninsula level and go above and beyond in any in school sports carnival.

Natasha Isabella was the worthy recipient of the Outstanding School Based Trainee of the Year for her dedication to her in school traineeship.

All students were commended for their efforts. 


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