Kolbe Catholic College farewells six sets of twins

Kolbe Catholic College farewells six sets of twins

SIX sets of twins have been keeping teachers at the Koble Catholic College on their toes for the best part of eight years after the students graduated last month.

It was the first time there were so many twins in the same year at the school, which made life interesting for the school community keeping tabs on who was who.

One of the twins confided to the Weekend Courier that they once swapped classes as an April Fools’ Day joke.

Deputy principal Tim Shanassy said it had been lovely having the students at the school but very confusing at times.

The students are in the middle of their Year 12 exams and excited about their future careers.

Will Tomlinson is aiming to become a fitness trainer while brother Nathan is looking at a career in the tourism industry.

Kyle Sutton wants to become a boilermaker or get involved in heavy fabrication while sister Meghann is looking at studying neuropsychology.

Grace Legg has got an apprentice chef gig at the Kent Street Deli while Isabelle is preparing to embark on a gap year with the Navy.

Izabela Orzeszek is looking at becoming a vet nurse and Magdalena will be working full-time in office administration.

Lara Buonvecchi wants to study biomedicine and Nina is looking at animal health.

The two twins with the closest future career paths are Erin and Taylor Oldacres-Dear, who are hoping to study nursing and paramedicine, respectively.