13 November 2017

Boys Achievements

Lachlan Mills (Year 10, Stuart) competed in the State Senior Surf Lifesaving championships and won the U15 Ironman and the U15 Board race as well as contributing to four Team Medals.

Conor Patton (Year 11, Ross) won the North Beach club round of the Lions Youth of the Year Speech and Leadership competition. He will now advance to the zone rounds in March.

Felix Jones (Year 11, Brisbane) won the speaking section and the overall competition for the Wanneroo Lions Club's round of the Lions Youth of the Year Speech and Leadership competition. He will now advance to the zone rounds in March.

Conor and Felix have now competed in the zone rounds. Conor was one of the top three competitiors in this round and advances to the district finals to be held on Sunday 26 March.

Jaxon Hayden (Year 9, Stuart) will compete in the U14 2km soft sand running at the Surf Life Saving Australian National Championships being held in Queensland 23 - 27 March 2017.

Sean Szalek (Year 11, Ross) competed in the WA State Athletic Championships and achieved a personal best High Jump of 2.13m qualifying for the Commonwealth Youth Games.

Last year Lewis Orr(Year 10, Ferguson) won the Roland Leach Poetry Prize for his poem "The Woodsman's Son", which was then put forward in national competitions. Lewis has been shortlisted with two other students in the Junior category of the Somerset National Poetry Prize, with winners to be announced this Friday.

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Duke of Edinburgh's International Awards have been achieved by the following boys:

Bronze Awards

Sam Anderson (Year 11, Ferguson)

Mitchell Anstiss (Year 10, Brisbane)

Thomas Menzies (Year 12, Keys)

Laine Mulvay (Year 11, St Andrews)

Kristian Stonier (Year 10, Brisbane)

Silver Award

Andrew Burvill (Year 12 Shearer)

Inter-School Swimming Carnival

1st

Christ Church Grammar School

1048

2nd

Hale School

1047

3rd

Trinity College

800

4th

Wesley College

755

5th

Scotch College

702

6th

Aquinas College

677

7th

Guildford Grammar School

391