Toogoolawah students honoured for achievements

Toogoolawah Year 12 Dux, Aaron Davis.
Toogoolawah Year 12 Dux, Aaron Davis. Contributed

TOOGOOLAWAH State High School's night of nights was held last week, with a number of students rewarded for the year's hard work.

Entertaining the audience at the awards was the school's instrumental band, choir, senior music singers and other musical performers, as well as inspirational speaker leading indigenous education professor Dr Chris Sarra.

The winners

  • Caltex Best All Rounder Award: Elise Dunstan
  • School Dux: Aaron Davis
  • Collins Memorial Oratory Award: Aaron Davis
  • Coleman Memorial Citizenship Award: Aaron Davis
  • SEP Academic Encouragement Award: Maddison Dargusch
  • Performance Arts Award: Holly Smith
  • Visual Arts Award: Daniel Wright
  • Vocational Education Award for School-Based Apprentices: Ayla Nash
  • Masonic Junior Leadership Award: Sophie Granzien
  • Samual Baird Bursary: John Lauzon and Aleisha Teske
  • Junior All-Rounder: Jacob Duffy
  • Val Wolff Memorial Instrumental Music Award: Holly Smith
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year: Launa Perrett
  • Skydive Ramblers Award: Ryan Ver Maas, Aleisha Teske, Aaron Davis, Elise Dunstan
  • Outstanding Vocational Education Student: Ryan Watson
  • UQ Prize: Aleisha Teske
Toogoolawah State High School Sports Man and Woman of the Year Boyd Dargusch and Kasey Wolff.
Toogoolawah State High School Sports Man and Woman of the Year Boyd Dargusch and Kasey Wolff. Contributed

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