Christian Poland receives one of a number of awards he collected on the night.
From left, Francesca Bennett, William Paterson, George D’Urban-Burgess and Jane Wilcock.
Christian Poland swept the table at the Mahurangi College Prizegiving picking up the Patricia and Alan Schedewy Family Cup for DUX and with it the Fuji Xerox Prize ($3500).
He also left his university options open by picking up the biggest scholarship on the night, the University of Otago Academic Excellence Entrance Scholarship ($35,000), the University of Auckland Achievers Scholarship ($20,000) and the Victoria University Tangiwai Scholarship ($5000).
Lexie McGillivray was also outstanding as Proxime Accessit, winning the Gubbs Motors, Mason Contractors and the Leggoe Electrical Contractors Scholarship ($1500).
She also got the University of Otago Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship ($12,000), Massey University Vice Chancellors High Achievers Scholarship ($5000) and the Victoria University Tangiwai Scholarships ($5000).
Head boy and girl for next year will be George D’Urban-Burgess and Jane Wilcock. Deputy head boy and deputy head girl for next year will be William Paterson and Francesca Bennett.
Kowhai Physio and Hand Therapy ($300), Pippa Hutchinson; Warkworth Community ($300), Cicely Driver, Daniel Foote, Toby Swann-McKay, Michelle Trotter and June Xu; Argyle Manufacturing and Pip Foote of RE/MAX Group ($500), Sander Stam and Sophia Torresan; McDonald Adams Optometrists ($500), Kelsey Broughton-Johnson; The New Zealand School of Tourism ($500), Callum O’Niell; Pasifika Futures ($1000), Eunice Lanyon; Dolly Wynyard Trust ($1500), Ella Martin, Claudia Munro, Rosaleigh Roberts and Sander Stam; The Gladys Partridge ($1500), Rosa Keskic; The Bailey Earley Memorial ($2000), Kyle Cree; The Mike Pero Real Estate Young Person of the Year ($2000), Jackson Crawford; The Full Spectrum Training Facility Aspiring Athlete, Tenaija Fletcher and Samuel Telfer; Massey University Business School ($1000), Joshua Giles; University of Otago New Frontiers Excellence Entrance ($2500), Sasha Curin and Lukas Vikstrand; Massey University Vice Chancellor’s High Achiever ($5000), Claudia Munro; University of Canterbury ‘Go Canterbury’ ($5000), Elicia Collinson, Eli O’Neill, Jackson O’Reilly and Lachie Williams; Victoria University Tangawai ($5000), Karl Poland; Victoria University Totoweka for Equity and Support ($5000), Sander Stam; Waikato University Manu Kaewa ($5000), Alexia Humphries; The University of Auckland Academic Potential ($10,000), Sabrina Yarndley; University of Otago Leaders of Tomorrow ($6000) Jerome Cunningham, ($12,000) Damian Monadjem, ($12,000) Liana Sykes, ($18,000) Sabrina Yarndley; The University of Auckland Top Achievers ($20,000), Liana Sykes; The Sir George Elliot Trust Tertiary ($25,000), Nicole White; University of Otago Sports Performance Entrance ($20,000), Mackenzie Buick.
Oskar Primbs capped off a great year becoming DUX.
Jordan Teaupa (left) and Georgia Brierly.
Oskar Primbs left his mark at Rodney College this year after being awarded Cultural Person of the Year, Captain of the Year and the Lake Road Quarries Award ($1000) for DUX. He also won the Otago University Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship ($12,000) and the Otago University DUX Scholarship ($2000).
Daniel Blunden was Proxime Accessit, giving him the Kevey Cup and Rodney College Prize ($500).
He also won the Rodney College Engineering Scholarship ($5000).
Head boy and head girl for next year are Jordan Teaupa and Georgia Brierly.
McDonald Adams Optometrists ($500), Eden Smith; Michelle Moir Art ($1000), Brenna McCarthy; Izard Trust ($1000), Hannah Geary; Lake Road Quarries ($1000), Abbey Barnes; Wharehine Contractors Civil Engineering Pathway ($2500), Liam Pawley.
From left, Claude Smyth, principal Rachel Clothier-Simmonds and Ewan Smith.
From left, Alex Parr, Quintin Brown, Rachel Clothier-Simmonds, Emma Millard and Georgia Denton.
Otamatea High School
Ewan Smith picked up the Mr and Mrs L Mitchell Trophy for DUX after a strong showing in science and maths this year.
He also won the Fonterra Cup for best aggregate of science subjects in Year 13, the Mr and Mrs McCarthy Cup for first in level three mathematics with statistics, and the School Cup for first in level three physics.
Claude Smyth won the Mr and Mrs J Morrison Cup for Proxime Accessit and the D A Finlayson Cup for general excellence by a senior student.
He also won the Mr and Mrs Birt Cup for first in level three mathematics with calculus and was second in mathematics with statistics.
Head boy and head girl for next year are Quintin Brown and Emma Millard. Deputy head boy and deputy head girl will be Alex Parr and Georgia Denton.
University of Otago Leaders of Tomorrow ($6000), Gian Liu and Natalie Birt.