Speech Night Awards 2018

The Senior School Speech Night, celebrated at the Melbourne Recital Centre, is the culmination of a wonderful year of student achievement in 2018. Throughout the evening, students from Years 7 to 12 were acknowledged for their commitment and achievement in academic, co-curricular and service pursuits at school.

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ACADEMIC AWARDS

Academic Excellence Award The Academic Excellence Award is presented to a student who has achieved placement in the top 10% of the cohort following the application of weightings and the student has been nominated in at least two Core subjects (English, Humanities, Mathematics and Science).

YEAR 7

Ava Colosimo
Flora Du
Livia Gowrie
Julia Kent
Matisse Stafford
Ellen Vote
Jemima Wilcox
Christina Wu

YEAR 8

Paula Chen
Penelope Glenning
Madeleine Hooker
Ciara Jenkins
Jasmine Pierides
Emilia Searby
Cara Uzunovski
Angela Yu

YEAR 9

Allegra Dennison
Gabrielle Fellows
Elodie Ferrali
Ruby Moir
Clementine Newton-Brown
Tiffany Pham
Georgina Vote
Jessica Yang

YEAR 10

Romy Cantwell
Lucy Croft
Sophie Garrett
Claire Hayne
Sophie Hogan
Jasmyn Jiang
Amber Liong
Romilly Walker
Indiana Wilde

 General Academic Achievement Award

The General Academic Achievement Award is presented to a student who has achieved placement in the top 15% or above of the cohort, when all subject areas are combined.

YEAR 7

Freya Cantwell
Keyue (Karen) Deng
Emma Gregory
Caitlin Wang

YEAR 8

Madeleine Farrer
Lilli Holmes
India Marner
Jariyan Patel
Madeline Powell
Eloise Rudge

YEAR 9

Lillian Lu
Tingquan (Gloria) Meng
Molly Robertson
Sophie Williams

YEAR 10

Alexandra Shergold
Serena Sitch
Amelia Sun
Emilie Walsh

Monash University Scholars Program

Awarded to Year 10 students by Monash University for academic excellence. Designed to assist high achieving senior school students develop and excel, both academically and personally, through the development of a personal network of peers and academics. Students are selected on academic ability, contributions to the School and community, and their capacity to participate.

  • Lucy Croft
  • Claire Hayne
  • Alexandra Shergold
  • Indiana Wilde

The Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program

Awarded by the University of Melbourne. The International Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars are involved in an academic enrichment program designed to support high-achieving students.

  • Ying (Stella) Liu YEAR 11

Subject Awards VCE Units 1&2

STUDIO ARTS
Celia Cody
VISUAL COMMUNICATION
Lucy Gray
THEATRE STUDIES
Grace Lloyd
MEDIA
Georgina Cottrill
ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE
Ying (Stella) Liu
ENGLISH
Kavina Kalaichelvam
LITERATURE
Kavina Kalaichelvam
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Adrianna Chai
GEOGRAPHY
Romilly Walker
LEGAL STUDIES
Lily Harman
PHILOSOPHY

Kavina Kalaichelvam
TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY
Lily Harman
SPECIALIST MATHEMATICS
Yuwei (Sophie) Ying
GENERAL MATHEMATICS
Sophie Gullifer
MATHEMATICAL METHODS
Yuwei (Sophie) Ying
HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Grace Ritchie
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Grace Ritchie
ACCOUNTING
Ying (Stella) Liu
BIOLOGY
Laura Glaspole
CHEMISTRY
Gabriella Tymms
PHYSICS
Yuwei (Sophie) Ying
PSYCHOLOGY
Serena Sitch
CHINESE (SLA)
Amelia Sun
CHINESE (SL)
Hope Kudelka
FRENCH
Indiana Wilde
JAPANESE
Olivia Soong Zi Yuan

The Sue Bell Humanities Prize

The Sue Bell Humanities Prize is awarded to a Year 12 student who has demonstrated outstanding academic results across two final year Humanities subjects. Subjects can include History: Revolutions, Global Politics or a University History extension program. The recipient displays academic rigour, intellectual curiosity and displays a love and engagement in Humanities.
Sue Bell (Staley ’59) attended St Catherine’s as a day student, and for a short time as a boarder, from 1948 to 1959. She was Captain of Langley House and a School Prefect in 1960. After graduating in Arts at Melbourne University, she began her teaching career finally returning to St Catherine’s where she quickly became a much loved teacher of Politics and History, and Head of Humanities. This Award is donated in her memory as a dedicated educationist and supporter of the School.

Lily Arnoul Year 12

Dark Blue Awards for Academic Excellence

Dark Blue Awards for Academic Excellence are presented to Year 12 students who have reached an outstanding level of achievement in Units 3 & 4 subjects.

  • Lily Arnoul
  • Isabel Gray
  • Demi Markakis
  • Emma Rodgers

CO-CURRICULAR AWARDS

Dramatic Arts Colours

Isabelle Binsted
Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
XaSha Chua-Huggins
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Phoebe Hamilton
Catherine (Tess) Horton
Helen Makris
Demi Markakis
Annabelle Motteram
Annabel Pryse
Charlotte Sinclair
Sarah Steven

Visual Arts Colours

XaSha Chua-Huggins
Charlotte Fortey

 

Music Colours

Allyson Alblas
Lily Arnoul
Isabelle Binsted
Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
Elly Chen
XaSha Chua-Huggins
Stephanie Ferrali
Charlotte Fortey
Phoebe Hamilton
Sophie Karunaratne
Demi Markakis
Annabelle Motteram
Jasmine Pearce-Higgins
Lucy Porter
Annabel Pryse
Rui Shu (Maria) Wu

Public Speaking Colours

Samara Gill
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Isabel Gray
Lucy Porter

Debating Colours

Lily Arnoul
Isabelle Binsted
Samara Gill
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Juliet Grant
Isabel Gray
Sophie Karunaratne
Madeleine Leggo
Helen Makris
Demi Markakis
Annabelle Motteram
Lucy Porter
Emma Rodgers
Charlotte Sinclair
Sarah Wilson

Sports Colours

Lily Arnoul
Camilla Broome
Willow Burrell
Isabelle Dann
Stephanie Ferrali
Elizabeth Gorton
Isabelle Gough
Juliet Grant
Isabel Gray
Annabel Joubert
Olivia Kempton
Emily Kent
Madeleine Leggo
Michelle Libreri
Sophie McAllister
Alexandra McBain
Eleanor Millear
Annabelle Motteram
Olivia Murdoch
Emmelia Nichols
Jasmine Pearce Higgins
Lucy Porter
Claudia Richardson
Emma Rodgers
Caroline Sawers
Charlotte Sinclair
Sarah Steven
Yi Lian (Rachel) Tan
Alexandra Thoms
Sarah Wilson

 

Service Colours

Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
Emily Kent
Madeleine Leggo
Lucy Porter
Sarah Steven

School Colours

Lily Arnoul
Isabelle Binsted
Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
XaSha Chua-Huggins
Stepanie Ferrali
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Isabel Gray
Madeleine Leggo
Demi Markakis
Annabelle Motteram
Lucy Porter
Charlotte Sinclair
Sarah Steven

House Colours

Anabel Agnew
Allyson Alblas
Lily Arnoul
Isabelle Binsted
Camilla Broome
Babette Buddle
Willow Burrell
Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
Elly Chen
XaSha Chua-Huggins
Isabelle Dann
Amelia Darby
Laetitia Donato
Stephanie Ferrali
Samara Gill
Elizabeth Gorton
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Juliet Grant
Isabel Gray
Phoebe Hamilton
Catherine (Tess) Horton
Annabel Joubert
Sophie Karunaratne
Olivia Kempton
Emily Kent
Sona Kocharyan
Ella Lansell
Madeleine Leggo
Michelle Libreri

cont…

Georgia Macaw
Helen Makris
Demi Markakis
Sophie McAllister
Alexandra McBain
Khadija Meor Zain Azman
Eleanor Millear
Annabelle Motteram
Olivia Murdoch
Molly Nash
Emmelia Nichols
Erin O’Brien
Madeleine O’Brien
Téa-Rose Passon
Jasmine Pearce Higgins
Claudia Perkins
Lucy Porter
Claudia Richardson
Emma Rodgers
Charlotte Sinclair
Yasmin Spyrou
Sarah Steven
Yi Lian (Rachel) Tan
Alexandra Thoms
Ziying Wang
Gabrielle Watson
Alexandria Wilson
Sarah Wilson
Rui Shu (Maria) Wu
Wenyue (Poppy) Zhao

Sports Award

Awarded to students in Years 7 to 10 who have displayed commitment and significant contributions towards the sporting life of the School.

  • Matisse Stafford YEAR 7
  • Jemima Wilcox YEAR 7
  • Madeleine Hooker YEAR 8
  • Olivia Nigido-Scott YEAR 8
  • Chloe Joubert YEAR 9
  • Romilly Walker YEAR 10

The Thora Jex Memorial Award for Sporting Enthusiasm

Awarded to a Year 11 student who has shown sporting enthusiasm and has made a consistent contribution to sport in the School. A gift of the Old Girls’ Association in memory of a benefactor and teacher of Physical Education.
Thora Jex was a long serving member of staff at St Catherine’s in the 1950s and 1960s. Many Old Girls remember her as their Sports Mistress. When Thora Jex died, St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association decided to remember her by presenting an annual award for sporting enthusiasm.

Harriette Dryden

The Margaret Woodlock Award for Outstanding Sporting Achievement

An occasional award presented to a Year 12 student who has made an outstanding contribution to the sporting life of the School in honour of Margaret Woodlock-McLean (’56 Woodlock), an Old Girl who competed in the 1956 Olympics in Shot Put whilst a student at St Catherine’s School.

Willow Burrell Year 12

The Sports Auxiliary Sports Citizenship Award

A gift of the St Catherine’s Sports Auxiliary for outstanding contribution to the sporting life of the School, citizenship and displaying good sportsmanship.

Juliet Grant YEAR 12

Drama Award

Awarded to students in Years 7 to 11 who have displayed an outstanding involvement in, and a contribution to the Dramatic Arts in the School.

  • Laura Flack YEAR 7
  • Coco Kudelka YEAR 7
  • Charlotte Aston YEAR 8
  • Georgina Vote YEAR 9
  • Sophie Williams YEAR 9
  • Serena Sitch YEAR 10

The Drama Auxiliary Prize

Awarded to a Year 11 student who has shown an outstanding involvement in, and contribution to, the co-curricular Drama programs of the School. A gift of the St Catherine’s School Drama Auxiliary.

Grace Lloyd Year 11

The Catherine-Nellijke Verstoep-Hilford Drama Prize

Awarded to a Year 12 student for her outstanding contribution to Drama. Named in recognition of past student Catherine-Nellijke Verstoep-Hilford (’75).

Demi Markakis Year 12

Arts Award

Awarded to students in Years 7 to 11 who have displayed an outstanding involvement in, and a contribution to the Visual Arts Co-curricular Program in the School.

  • Isla Forsyth YEAR 7
  • Victoria Hill YEAR 8
  • Holly McGlaughlin YEAR 9
  • Annabel Whiter YEAR 10
  • Hope Kudelka YEAR 11

Slawa Duldig Memorial Award for Art

Mrs Slawa Duldig was a long serving member of staff at St Catherine’s, having been Senior Art and Craft Mistress at the School for 17 years from 1946 to 1963. All her past students remember her with great affection and admiration. After she died in 1975, SCOGA established a Memorial Award in her honour.

Isabel Simons YEAR 10

The Anna Tegner Memorial Art Award

Awarded to a Year 11 Art student whose work is imaginative or boundary breaking. The recipient displays a willingness to take artistic risks and to experiment freely with new ideas, techniques and approaches to art-making. Named in recognition of past student Anna Tegner (’00).

Sarah Lavelle

School Spirit Award

Awarded to students who have shown School spirit, adherence to the School values and significant contribution to the co-curricular life of the School.

YEAR 7

Jessica Dobbin
Katherine Graham
Olivia Howitt
Anise Imam
Milla Naylor
Rosie Oxley

YEAR 8

Megan Chang
Catherine Chen
Madeleine Farrer
India Marner
Eloise Rudge
Georgia Stoupas

Music Awards

This Award is presented to students in Years 7 to 11 who have contributed to multiple Music groups/ensembles and have made a significant contribution to the musical life of the School.

  • Jo-Jo Patterson YEAR 7
  • Olivia (Rosie) Bogdan YEAR 8
  • Jariyan Patel YEAR 8
  • Lara Anderson YEAR 9
  • Julia Thompson YEAR 10
  • Kavina Kalaichelvam YEAR 11

The Danielle Lloyd Memorial Award for Music

This Award is presented to a Year 11 Music student who has shown an outstanding commitment to the Ensemble program and demonstrated excellence and improvement in musical ability in the area of strings. The recipient displays courage in innovation and original creative expression in Music. The Award is presented in memory of Danielle Lloyd (’83), a past student, Music Captain and an outstanding violin teacher at the School.

Yu (Monica) Mao Year 11

The Bertha Jorgensen Prize for Leader of the Orchestra

Named in honour of Bertha Jorgensen (’19), a distinguished Old Girl (1910-1919), who became leader of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – the first female orchestra leader in Australia.

Isabelle Binsted Year 12

Music Citizenship Award

Awarded to a Year 12 student who has made an outstanding contribution to the musical life of St Catherine’s School. A gift of the Music Auxiliary.

Demi Markakis Year 12

Debating and Public Speaking Awards

Presented to students who have made a significant contribution to Debating and Public Speaking within the School.

Olivia (Rosie) Bogdan YEAR 8

Debating Awards

Presented to students in Years 7 to 11 who have made a significant contribution to Debating within the School.

  • Ava Colosimo YEAR 7
  • Fleur Anstee YEAR 9
  • Lucy Campbell YEAR 9
  • Isobel Tanner YEAR 10

Public Speaking Awards

Presented to students in Years 7 to 11 who have made a significant contribution to Public Speaking within the School.

Jessica Yang YEAR 9

The Louise Bristow Award for Debating and Public Speaking

This Award is presented to a Year 11 student who has made a significant contribution to Debating and Public Speaking. This Award is presented in memory of Louise Bristow, a great contributor to the School community. Louise was a Barrister and considered Debating and Public Speaking skills integral to her profession.

Flynn O’Brien Year 11

Sophie Borland Memorial Award for Public Speaking

This Award is provided by the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association to a Year 12 student for excellence in, and contribution to, Public Speaking. Miss Sophie Borland was a long serving member of staff at St Catherine’s from 1935 to 1949. She taught English at the School and was Headmistress from 1943 to 1949. Many Old Girls remember her with great affection and respect. Following her death on 14 April 1999, the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association established this Memorial Award in her name.

Demi Markakis Year 12

Rising Star Award

Presented to students in Years 7 to 11, the Rising Star Award recognises students who are achieving exemplary performances in co-curricular programs at State and/or National levels.

YEAR 7

Lucy Dunlop – Hockey
Samantha Love – Hockey
Coco Marshall – Diving
Matisse Stafford – Snowsports
Jemima Wilcox – Basketball

YEAR 8

Catherine Chen – Snowsports
Penelope Glenning – Ballet
Madeleine Hooker – Snowsports
Olivia Nigido-Scott – Athletics
Jeneath Wong – Golf

YEAR 9

Elodie Ferrali – Athletics
Lillian Lu – Chess
Mayuri Muralidharan – Fencing
Georgina Vote – Piano
Jessica Yang – Snowsports

YEAR 10

Thalia Barbayannis – Waterpolo
Romilly Walker – Waterpolo
and Swimming
Lindsey Ware – Equestrian

YEAR 11

Annelise Cody – Rowing and Athletics
Celia Cody – Athletics
Harriette Dryden – Rowing
Lucy Gray – Sailing
Emily Sutherland – Rowing

Light Blue Awards

Light Blue Awards for Performance are presented to Year 12 girls who have reached a very high standard of performance in Drama, Debating and Public Speaking, Music or Sport in their Senior years.

ROWING

Lily Arnoul
Isabel Gray
Annabel Joubert
Eleanor Millear

CROSS COUNTRY

Eleanor Millear

SNOWSPORTS

Willow Burrell
Ella Lansell
Sophie McAllister
Claudia Richardson
Sarah Steven

DIVING

Laetitia Donato

 PUBLIC SPEAKING

Samara Gill
Pia Graham
Isabel Gray
Demi Markakis

 

DRAMA

Isabelle Binsted
Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
Isabelle Gough
Phoebe Hamilton
Catherine (Tess) Horton
Demi Markakis
Sarah Steven

DEBATING

Samara Gill
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Isabel Gray
Demi Markakis
Annabelle Motteram
Lucy Porter
Emma Rodgers
Charlotte Sinclair

GENERAL SPORT

Stephanie Ferrali – Rowing, Athletics,
Cross Country and Swimming
Juliet Grant – Rowing, Athletics
and Cross Country
Annabel Joubert – Rowing and Snowsports
Eleanor Millear – Rowing and Cross Country
Sarah Wilson – Rowing, Athletics
and Cross Country

MUSIC

Isabelle Binsted
Stephanie Ferrali
Phoebe Hamilton
Sophie Karunaratne
Sona Kocharyan
Demi Markakis
Rui Shu (Maria) Wu

SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP AWARDS

The Year 7 Staff Association Award for School Excellence

Ava Colosimo

The Year 8 Dorothy Pizzey Award for School Excellence

Angela Yu

The Year 9 Jean Willey Award for School Excellence

Presented in honour of past Head of Middle School, Jean Willey, from 1984 to 1991. More than just simply warm and caring, she had a lively mind and was well read; her girls learned much from her.

  • Elodie Ferrali
  • Ruby Moir

The Year 10 Doris Winter-Irving Award for School Excellence

A gift of the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association, this Award is presented in honour of Mrs Doris Winter-Irving, a loyal and dedicated member of the teaching staff (Senior History). Mrs Winter-Irving joined the staff in 1956
and became Head of the Humanities Department and Chief of Staff. She retired in 1985 after nearly 30 years with the School.

Lucy Croft

The Year 11 Noel Warner Award for School Excellence

Mrs Noel Warner (Ferguson ’35) was an Old Girl of the School and served as School Captain in 1936. Mrs Warner was a member of the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association for many years. Following her death in June 1973, the Committee established a lasting memorial to Noel by presenting an annual award to a Year 11 St Catherine’s student, who, like Noel, has given outstanding service to the School.

Gabriella Tymms

The Higgins Medal

The Higgins Medal is awarded to a student who demonstrates leadership amongst their peers, exhibits in their behaviour a commitment to the ethos of the school, demonstrates excellence in attitude and achievement, is a strong and consistent participant in school and community activity and exhibits an awareness of others and their needs. The Higgins Medal is awarded by the Honourable Kelly O’Dwyer at an official ceremony in December.

Isabella McDonald YEAR 10

Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is an internationally recognised achievement in the areas of Service, Physical Recreation, Skill Development, Adventurous Journey and Residential Project.

  • Sarah Steven YEAR 12
  • Yi Lian (Rachel) Tan YEAR 12

The Australian Defence Force Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award

Awarded to a Year 10 and Year 12 student who have demonstrated leadership and teamwork; sponsored by the Australian Defence Force. The Battle of Long Tan was one of the defining moments in Australian military history and the naming of this Award is intended as a fitting tribute to the Long Tan veterans, reflecting the traits they demonstrated such as determination, mateship, teamwork, tenacity, compassion, and leadership.

  • Sophie Boyce YEAR 10
  • Lily Arnoul YEAR 12

The Illawarra Junior Boarder Award

Awarded to a Junior boarder who has made a valuable contribution to boarding at St Catherine’s School. This Award is named after our Boarding House – Illawarra. Built in 1888-89, it was presented as a gift to the National Trust in 1966. In 1997, St Catherine’s leased the property as the School’s Boarding House. Illawarra was considered a possible site for the School in 1922 by Ruth Langley and Flora Templeton but was rejected in favour of Kilbride (Sherren House) due to the greater grounds.

Jemima Wilcox YEAR 7

The Illawarra Senior Boarder Award

Awarded to a Senior boarder who has made a valuable contribution to boarding at St Catherine’s School. This Award is named after our Boarding House – Illawarra. Built in 1888-89, it was presented as a gift to the National Trust in 1966. In 1997, St Catherine’s leased the property as the School’s Boarding House. Illawarra was considered a possible site for the School in 1922 by Ruth Langley and Flora Templeton but was rejected in favour of Kilbride (Sherren House) due to the greater grounds.

Penelope Drummond YEAR 10

The Langley Family Memorial Award for a Boarder

Awarded to a Year 12 Boarder who has made a valuable contribution to boarding at St Catherine’s School. This Award is in memory of all members of the Langley Family who served at St Catherine’s. Miss Ruth Langley was the second Principal of the School and served in that capacity from 1902, first in Castlemaine, then at Williams Road and ultimately at Heyington Place until her death in December 1933. Her sister, Miss Hilda Langley, was also School Principal, from 1933 to 1946, and two other sisters, Aphra and Nona, taught at the School in its early days. This Award is a gift of the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association.

  • Sui Hang (Natalie) Chan
  • Erin O’Brien

Harvard Book Prize

Awarded to a student in Year 11 displaying excellence in academic and high character, combined with involvement in extracurricular activities, shows initiative, enterprising ideas, and leadership and is of good character.

Hope Kudelka

The Mary Davis Memorial Award to the Daughter of an Old Girl for Service to the School

Awarded for service to the School to a Year 11 student who is the daughter of an Old Girl. Miss Mary Davis was Headmistress of St Catherine’s for 21 years from 1950 to 1971. Many hundreds of Old Girls remember her with great love and respect. When Mary Davis died in August 1991, The St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association established a lasting Old Girls’ Memorial to her by presenting an annual Service Award to a Year 11 St Catherine’s student who is the daughter of an Old Girl.

Lucy Gray

The Margaret Mulder Award for International Citizenship

Awarded to a Year 12 international student who is courteous and considerate to peers and teachers, actively upholds the School policies, demonstrates School spirit through active involvement and is a role model to other students by promoting the value of cultural diversity. Margaret Mulder was a staff member of St Catherine’s School (1981–2003). She taught in the Junior School and then later was School Registrar. This Award is in recognition of her dedication towards, and work with, international students.

Sui Hang (Natalie) Chan

The Warburton Citizenship Award

Awarded to students in Years 7 to 11 who demonstrate courtesy, consideration and loyalty and reflect high values and enthusiasm for academic work and co-curricular involvement. The naming of this Award recognises our School’s history with its evacuation to Warburton during the Second World War. The Toorak site was taken over by the Australian Government to become a training base for the WAAAF. After a final assembly, St Catherine’s students and staff marched down to Heyington Station to travel the three hour train journey to Warburton where they remained for eight months.

  • Zara Peele YEAR 7
  • Megan Duong YEAR 8
  • Lucy Campbell YEAR 9
  • Julia Thompson YEAR 10
  • Yuwei (Sophie) Ying YEAR 11

The Caltex Best All Rounder Award

Awarded to a Year 12 student who has been recognised for their leadership qualities and commitment across a range of activities: academic, co-curricular and in the wider community; sponsored by Caltex Australia. One of Australia’s most respected secondary education recognition programs, this Award acknowledges the recipient’s all-round contribution to the School and community.

Isabelle Gough

The Jeanie Hood Prize

Awarded to a Year 12 student who has displayed the School Values – Curiosity, Integrity, Perseverance and Empathy. Named in honour of Jeanie Hood, the Founding Principal of St Catherine’s (then called Castlemaine Ladies College) who served in that role from 1886 to 1902. The award is donated by the St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association.

Charlotte Sinclair

The Parents’ and Friends’ Association Citizenship Award

Awarded to a Year 12 student who has displayed community awareness, outstanding School spirit, and actively upholds the School Values. This Award is donated by the St Catherine’s Parents’ and Friends’ Association.

Catherine (Tess) Horton

Principal’s Award for the Co-Captains of the School

Awarded annually to the Co-Captains of the School in recognition for their service and leadership.

  • Stephanie Ferrali
  • Annabelle Motteram

General Award for Service to the School

General Awards are presented to students in Year 12 who have made an outstanding contribution to the School as demonstrated through their attitude, work and participation in School life. To be eligible for this award, students are to have received school colours.

  • Sui Hang (Natalie) Chan
  • Isabelle Gough
  • Isabel Gray
  • Charlotte Sinclair
  • Sarah Steven

Gold Award for Outstanding Service to the School

Gold Awards are presented to students in Year 12 who have made an exceptional contribution to the School as demonstrated through their attitude, work and participation in School life. To be eligible for this award, students are to have received School Colours.

  • Stephanie Ferrali
  • Demi Markakis
  • Annabelle Motteram

VALEDICTORY CERTIFICATES

Anabel Agnew
Allyson Alblas
Lily Arnoul
Isabelle Binsted
Camilla Broome
Babette Buddle
Willow Burrell
Jessica Caine
Ka Io (Yoyo) Chan
Siu Hang (Natalie) Chan
Elly Chen
XaSha Chua-Huggins
Eliza Cullen
Isabelle Dann
Amelia Darby
Brooke Darbyshire
Amanda Davis
Laetitia Donato
Yuan (Isabella) Fang
Stephanie Ferrali
Charlotte Fortey
Samara Gill
Elizabeth Gorton
Isabelle Gough
Pia Graham
Juliet Grant
Isabel Gray
Phoebe Hamilton
Catherine (Tess) Horton
Annabel Joubert
Sophie Karunaratne
Olivia Kempton
Emily Kent
Claudia Kilgour
Sona Kocharyan
Ella Lansell
Madeleine Leggo
Michelle Libreri
Zi Yi (Joy) Luo
Georgia Macaw
Constantina Makris
Helen Makris
Zahra Mannix
Demi Markakis
Sophie McAllister
Alexandra McBain
Khadija Meor Zain Azman
Eleanor Millear
Annabelle Motteram
Olivia Murdoch
Molly Nash
Emmelia Nichols
Erin O’Brien
Madeleine O’Brien
Téa-Rose Passon
Allegra Paul
Jasmine Pearce Higgins
Claudia Perkins
Caroline Pick
Lucy Porter
Annabel Pryse
Claudia Richardson
Emma Rodgers
Kate Rowland
Caroline Sawers
Charlotte Sinclair
Yasmin Spyrou
Madison Stefanis
Sarah Steven
Yi Lian (Rachel) Tan
Alexandra Thoms
Ziying Wang
Gabrielle Watson
Alexandria Wilson
Sarah Wilson
Rui Shu (Maria) Wu
Qiling (Sherry) Xu
Ruohao (Lyric) Zhao
Wenyue (Poppy) Zhao
Danni Zheng
Yuchen (Fiona) Zhou
Yanghao (Karen) Zhu

SCOGA Fellowship

Alexandra Chung (Skinner ’01)
Jessica Martin (’13)

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