Churchlands SHS, Hale School and St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ graduates recognised at WACE Awards


St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School graduate Charli Oliver won the 2017 VET exhibition for tourism, hospitality and events.
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School graduate Charli Oliver won the 2017 VET exhibition for tourism, hospitality and events.

ACADEMIC success saw graduates of several local high schools receive recognition in the School Curriculum and Standards Authority’s 2017 WA Certificate of Education (WACE) Exhibition and Awards.

General exhibition winners (50 students with the highest WACE award scores) included Hale School’s James Haskis, Churchlands Senior High School’s Marsha Chin and St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School graduates Arshya Kulkarni, Isobel Crabb and Georgina Richardson.

Subject exhibition winners included Churchlands’s Ariel Tan for music, Arshya Kulkarni for French as a second language and Hale School’s Luke Bermingham for engineering studies and Thomas Yensch for philosophy and ethics.

Other winners were Mercedes College’s Emily Roberts, of Balcatta, for geography, Perth Modern School’s Rachel Guizzo Dri, of Doubleview, for Italian as a second language, and Sacred Heart College’s Eva Male, of Carine, won the exhibition for psychology.

St Mary’s graduate Charli Oliver was one of eight students in WA who was awarded a Vocational Education and Training (VET) exhibition.

She was recognised at the top student for tourism, hospitality and events.

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