Congratulations to our Year 12 students

We are thrilled to share final results from Year 12 class of 2016.

• 18.5% of students in top 1% nationally
• 48.2% of students in top 5% nationally


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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Selwyn triumphs at Interhouse Cross Country

Cross Country

In near perfect conditions, students from Reception to Year 9 competed in the annual School Cross Country fun run. Many thanks to all those students who fundraised on the day. All students who participated received House points that went towards the Cross Country Shield.

Overall House Points:

1st Selwyn 499
2nd Kennion 409
3rd Patteson 363
4th Kilburn 361

Year level placegetters were:

Reception – 1st Lauren Disney (KEN), equal 2nd Eleanor Bartter (PAT), Stella Fuidge (PAT), 3rd Lois Burton-Howard (SEL)

Year 1 – 1st Isla Fahey (SEL), 2nd Abbie An (PAT), 3rd Imogen Pearce (SEL)

Year 2 – 1st Alyssa Piantedosi (KIL), 2nd Sydney Di Marzo (KIL), 3rd Emily Bates (KIL)

Year 3 – 1st Isabelle Birch (PAT), 2nd Lucy Kitching (KEN), 3rd Carla Massicci (KIL)

Year 4 – 1st Molly Dwyer (PAT), 2nd Claudia Pearce (SEL), 3rd Marcella Tolley (SEL)

Year 5 – 1st Willow Stewart-Rattray (PAT), 2nd Fleur Maris (KIL), 3rd Eleanor Humphrey (SEL)

Year 6 – 1st Imogen Elliott (KIL), 2nd Emily Baldwinson (KEN), 3rd Chase Hocking (PAT)

Year 7 – 1st Portia Maerschel (KEN), 2nd Stephanie Smalls (PAT), 3rd Rose Young (KEN)

Year 8 – 1st Olufunto Komolafe (SEL), 2nd Annabel Baldwinson (KEN), 3rd Emma Carrodus (SEL)

Year 9 – 1st Rose Pittman (KIL), 2nd Grace Sampson (KIL), 3rd Hannah Brown (SEL)

SUBS in Schools students showcase their efforts

Team Athena; current Australian SUBS in Schools National Champions, were invited to showcase their efforts at the recent Defence Teaming Centre Awards Ceremony hosted at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

During the evening the girls had the opportunity to interact with many political and industry leaders, including SA Premier Hon. Jay Weatherill MP. The girls were thrilled to find a willing audience keen to hear about the program. All in attendance walked away from the showcase amazed at the level of knowledge the girls already had in submarine design.

The girls from Athena, Emily Keough, Sophie-Louise Shearwood, and Fiona and Grace Dawson, will soon be heading off to the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Facility in Houston, Texas, to participate in the MATE (Marine Advanced Technology Education) ROV Competition. Their goal will be to showcase their efforts in SUBS in Schools to the world.

We wish Team Athena all of the best as they prepare for their big event in Houston.