The Year 12 student will receive about $1000 each year for the next four thanks to an Alcoa Foundation Sons and Daughters scholarship.
Awarded for her academic achievements, leadership skills, volunteer efforts and character, Teegan said she felt ‘honoured and privileged’.
‘It is a massive step towards achieving my dreams and goals which I will be forever grateful,’ she said.
‘I encourage anyone else to strive for their goals and utilise any opportunities available.’
Teegan plans to study a bachelor of science at the University of WA and go on to study medicine.