A Uniting Church coeducational independent day and boarding school in Marion, South Australia
Early Learning to Year 12

Student Achievements - Edition 17 - 2019

Congratulations to the following students on their achievements...

Curtis Scott (Year 10 Dunstan) has been selected to attend an AAU Basketball Tournament held in Texas, USA in June 2020 with AUSA Hoops. Many students who have participated in these tournaments have been successful in obtaining USA college scholarships. Congratulations Curtis.

Kaine Baldwin (Year 11 Forder) and Harvey Bock (Year 11 Clark) have successfully won the Australian Olympic Change-Maker award, which recognises and rewards students who are demonstrating the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities. 1,027 students received the award nationally, with more than 700 attending a State Forum. Congratulations Kaine and Harvey.

Congratulations to the members of our Drive Tennis team who successfully won their premiership this year.

Benjamin Brown (Year 11 Carter)
Ebony Harper (Year 11 Fricker)
William House (Year 11 Fricker)
Timothy Middleton (Year 11 Dunstan)
Joshua Ponniah (Year 11 Kelly)
Timothy Ramey-Taylor (Year 9 Jeffries)
Robert Zhou (Year 9 Heaslip)

Several students had some great results at recent Cricket games. Congratulations to:

  • Sam Heyworth (Year 12 Jeffries) - 104 runs vs. CBC, Saturday 26 October
  • Cooper Horton (Year 10 Carter) - 122 runs vs. St. Ignatius, and 5/28 vs. St. Ignatius, Saturday 2 November
  • Gjsovaun Brijmohan (Year 8 Kelly) - 100 runs in T20 match vs Rostrevor, Saturday 26 October

2020 Captains

Congratulations to Maddy Rasmussen (Heaslip) and Deena Warren who have been announced as the Indigenous Captain and Indigenous Vice Captain for 2020 respectively.

Maths Certificates

The 2019 Junior Secondary Mathematics Enrichment Project was held on Monday 21 October by the Mathematical Association of SA. Congratulations to the following students on their involvement.

  • Emma Deering (Year 8 Dunstan) - First Prize for the Year 8 Group Investigation (Data Collection and Analysis) and participation award for her entry
  • Charlotte McKenzie (Year 8 Heaslip) - First Prize for the Year 8 Group Investigation (Data Collection and Analysis) and participation award for her entry
  • Jack McKenzie (Year 9 Heaslip) - “Best use of video award” certificate for Year 9 investigation on “The most average NBA basketballer”
  • Special mention to Lydia Sanders (Year 12 Woollacott) for winning the Year 12 individual investigation.

2019 Speech Day and Valedictory Service