CITY of Mandurah recognised some of Mandurah’s brightest minds at a special civic reception last week.
Local high school students who achieved outstanding Australian Tertiary admission Rank (ATAR) scores were presented with awards by Mayor Rhys Williams.
Mr Williams said he was proud to have such talented people in the region and it was important to celebrate their hard work and achievement.
“Mandurah its renowned for its leaders and these young people are the leaders of tomorrow,’’ he said.
The awards were presented to students who had achieved a score of 90 or more for an ATAR subject last year.
The award winning students were:
Mandurah Catholic College: Dylan Ah-Tive, Bronagh Allison, Dakota Barrett, Ash Commisso, Jamie Humble, Zavier Radecker, Jordon Robinson, Darryl Teo, Jakob Wells, Dylan Weston.
Mandurah Baptist College: Stella Duchar, Victoria Holdom, Deepali Rajawat, Lara van de Walt.
Frederick Irwin Anglican School: Thomas Bannerman, Cyrus Economidis, Kahree Garnaut, Kai Harrison, Sean Hill, Dominque Morrish, Jack Richardson, Nathan Rowley, Zola Siegel, Emily Smith.
Halls Head College: Heta Hyvonen, Kiana Milligan, Ethan Moore.
John Tonkin College: Kaitlyn Craggs, Emily Macintyre, Clea Purkis.