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HSC DUX 2014

World Junior Athlete and Vice Captain jointly named as HSC Dux

 

HSC DUX 2014

Capping off an extraordinary year at Roseville College, the 2014 graduates received superb HSC results which included nine being named recipients of All Round Excellence Awards: Katrina Hunt, Olivia Arkell, Sarah Black, Eliza Fogl, Krista Gibson, Poppy Mountjoy, Madeleine Munns, Sarah Wakeley and Linda Zhang.

Concluding her own phenomenal year, graduate Katrina Hunt is joint HSC Dux, a remarkable achievement given she spent part of her final preparation period overseas competing at the 2014 World Junior Athletics Championship in the USA.

"Katrina is an exceptional and inspirational young woman whose incredible motivation, focus, self-discipline and rigorous study and training regime are an example to all" said Principal, Mrs Megan Krimmer. "I congratulate Katrina for excelling in both academic and sporting arenas."

"Katrina has led by example and has been an outstanding role model and mentor to all the girls at Roseville," added Mrs Ann Osborne, Director of Sport, who said that Katrina's impressive year as Prefect and Sports Captain at Roseville College also included achieving a Personal Best time to place second in the World Junior Athletic Championships' 100m hurdles heat (she placed 5th in the semi-final), and being named the Senior IGSSA Champion. Katrina aspires to study medicine and dreams of competing at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Vice-Captain Olivia Arkell shares the title of HSC DUX for 2014, placing 7th in NSW for Biology and 8th for Drama, including an OnSTAGE nomination for an exemplary Group Performance. Her commitment to the College's Performing Arts community culminated in being awarded the Alexandra Pinkham Prize for the Advancement of Music.

"Olivia is an intelligent, articulate, cheerful, engaged and enthusiastic young woman, who is a fine role model and superb student leader at Roseville College", says Mrs Krimmer, adding that Olivia is considering studies in Media or Science following a  Gap year in 2015. "Olivia is 'stoked' with her results, which are well deserved following outstanding contributions to College life and learning, notably service learning, debating, public speaking, drama and music."

Other exceptional results included Elizabeth Slack being placed 6th in the State for Drama and Roseville College actor Lily O'Harte selected for OnSTAGE (she performs at the Seymour Centre in February 20150. BOSTES also recognised several students for outstanding achievement with nominations for OnSTAGE and DesignTECH.

According to Mrs Krimmer, each student who graduates this year is a fulfilment of the College's purpose: to see each girl flourish, developing her unique potential and achieving her personal best in all aspects of her life.

Photograph: (L-R) Joint HSC Dux for 2014 at Roseville College are Katrina Hunt and Olivia Arkell

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