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Amelia Pearson (Year 11), Simone Saville (Year 11) and Alexandra
Gruber (Year 11) - silver in the National Finals of the Royal Australian
Chemical Institution Titration Competition.
Joel Kurien (Year 4) – winner of the Tasmania Science Talent Search
Competition for Computer Presentation. Scotch Oakburn College was
awarded first place as the Most Committed TSTS School (Primary)
ICAS Medallists (top marks in State)
Shreyas Raman (Year 4) – Computing Skills and Mathematics.
Abirami Raj (Year 4) – Spelling.
Shreyas Raman (Year 4) Australian Mathematics Competition – Prize
Award ( in the top 0.03% of students nationally)
Simone Saville (Year 11) and Amelia Pearson (Year 11) – winners of State
and National Dance Robotics Cup.
Connor Dalton (Year 9), Zac Nicholas (Year 9), Luke Day (Year 9) and
Ben Carr (Year 9) winners of the ‘Simple Simon Soccer Event’ at the
State Robotics Cup.
Applied Technology and Maths and Engineering:
Junior School students Jak Langford, Hannah Spillane Wall, Stephanie
Howell, Connor O’Sign, Carl Els, Eilidh Hamilton, Megan Murray
(Applied Technology), Alexander Creak, Patrick Brown, William Hurd,
Addison Djatschenko, Millie Duigan, Amy Muldoon, Abirami Raj (Maths
and Engineering) represented the College in the Australasian Pacific
Tournament of Minds.
Amy Halaby (Year 7) and Chelsea Freestone (Year 8) were selected
for the Tasmanian Secondary School State Team to compete at the
Australian Secondary All Schools Track and Field Competition.
Jaimie Summers (Year 10) was selected for the Tasmanian Junior
Athletics Team to compete in the Australian Junior Track and Field
Championships. Ashleigh Reid (Year 5) and Lailani Pybus (Year 6)
represented Tasmania at the Australian Primary Track and Field
Jordan Holloway-Clarke (Year 10) – selected for the U18 Tasmanian
Gabe Hadley (Year 10) – awarded a Visiting Athletes Scholarship to the
Centre of Excellence, Canberra.
Mia King (Year 7), Juliette Emery-Sherrard (Year 7), Nicholas Draper
(Year 7), Soloman Berechree (Year 7) and James Kingsley (Year 7) –
selected in the U14 Northern Tasmania team.
Lachie Warren (Year 8) – winner of the Launceston City Council Young
Sophie Jones (Year 12) – winner state final Rostrum Voice of Youth
David Hodson (Year 9) – winner of the Legacy Junior Public Speaking
Kelsie Rainbow (Year 12) – winner of Bay of Fires Youth Art Prize
Ashli Mani (Year 10) – attended the Global Young Innovators Initiative at
Meg Irvine (Year 12) – winner of Launceston City Council ‘Heritage Snap’
Charles Headlam (Year 12) winner and Finn Buchhorn (11) runner up of
the REIT School Auction Competition.
Liam Kendall (Year 9) – winner of the Examiner’s Youth Photographic
Meg Irvine (Year 12) and Chester James-Smith (Year 12) – awarded
Australian Red Cross National Youth Ambassadors of the Year.
Charles Headlam (Year 12) and Sophie Jones (Year 12) - state finalists in
the Lions Youth of the Year.
Will Clark (Year 12) – winner of the Student Section, West Tamar Art
Group ‘Artentwine’ Sculpture Competition.
Thomas Von Stieglitz (Year 11) - finalist in the Student Section of the
‘Monster’s Children’s International Photographic Competition’.
Jeanmarie Els (Year 8), Lachlan Dakin (Year 10) and James Beattie
(Year 10) – selected in the U15 Tasmanian team.
Fletcher Seymour (Year 11) and James Beattie (Year 10) - selected in the
Tasmanian Youth High Performance Squad.
Alec Smith (Year 12), Charles Eastoe (Year 12), Josh Freestone (Year 11)
and Fletcher Seymour (Year 11) – selected in the U17 Tasmanian team
Alec Smith (Year 12), Ben Darke (Year 11) and Fletcher Seymour (Year 11)
selected in the U17 Tasmanian team with Alec selected as the Captain
Meg Phillips (Year 12) – selected in the U18 Tasmanian team.
Lucy Jones (Year 7) - selected in the Tasmanian team to compete in
Harrison Baker (Year 10) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete
at the National Junior Track Cycling Championships.
Ashley Draper (Year 10) – winner of the Gordy Wilson Memorial
Highland Dancing Scholarship Scotland. She was also selected in the
Australian Highland Dancing Team to complete internationally where she
achieved many outstanding results.
Violet Haysom (Year 1), Georgia Taylor (Year 4) and Alexis Taylor (EL) –
competed in the Grand Australasian Highland Dancing Competition.
Lachlan Stewart (Year 6) – selected in the Australian Ballet Schools
Jessica Cowan (Year 11), Emily Hirst (Year 9) and Bethany Hirst (Year 5)
competed in the National Interschool Competition. Bethany and Emily
also competed in the National Show jumping Championships.
Timothy Jones (Year 12) – Captain of the Mariners U18 Football Team
and member of the AFL Draft Combined Best 24 Team.
Joel Harwood (Year 12) - selected in the Tasmanian Boys team.
Dana Lester (Year 11) – selected in the U17 Tasmanian team, was selected
Vice-Captain of the team, and awarded a TIS scholarship.
Georgie Briggs (Year 12) and Kelsie Rainbow (Year 12) – selected in the
U19 Tasmanian team and Georgie was selected as Captain.
Hannah Goddard (Year 11) - selected in the Tasmanian team to compete
in the Australian Secondary Orienteering Championships. She was also
selected in the Australian Schools Honour Orienteering team and the
Australian Schools team.
The following students were selected in Northern Tasmania
U11: William Gray (Year 4)
U13: Tamru Midson (Year 7), Samuel Gray (Year 7), Peta Antypas (Year
6), Charlotte Rand (Year 7) and Amy Halaby (Year 7).
Hamish McCallumSmith (Year 11) – Football Federation of Northern
Tasmania U18 Best and Fairest.
Emma Clyde (Year 8) – second in the U15 Tasmanian Junior Squash
Championships and was selected in the Tasmanian team for the
Australian Junior Championships.
Kit De Jonge (Year 10) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete in
the Australian Age Swimming Championships and the Australian Age
Short Course Swimming Championships.
Zoe Neville (Year 7), Dawson Howell (Year 7) and Caitlin Brown (Year
10) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete in the School Sport
Australia Swimming Championships.
Lachlan Stewart (Y6) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete in
the Australian Open Championships, the Australian team to compete in
the Oceania Championships, and the Australian team at the the World
Taekwondo Championships in Mexico where he won Bronze in U17
Lucy Jones (Year 7) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete in the
Foundation Cup and the Bruce Cup.
The following students were selected to represent Tasmania:
U12: Amy Halaby (Year 7)
U15: Caitlin Gregory (Year 9), Kate Neville (Year 7), Max Neville (Year 9)
and Miller Hodge (Year 8).
Lucy Chesterman (Year 5) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete
in the National Trampoline Championships and won Bronze in the U13
Synchronised Trampoline at the Australian Gymnastic Championships.
Mika de Bruyn (Year 8) – U15 State Champion and was selected in
the Tasmanian team for the Australian National Championships. Also
competed in the New Zealand Nationals.
Alyse de Bruyn (Year 7) – Level 4 State Champion for Individual
Trampoline and Double Mini Trampoline.
Hannah Chesterman (Year 8) and Alyse de Bruyn (Year 7) – Level 5
State Champions in Synchronised Trampolining.
Amy Halaby (Year 7) – selected in the Tasmanian team to compete at
the Australian Vigoro Championships.
CLASS OF 2014
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