Three Centenary Heights State High School students have been honoured at the 2016 Mayoral Achievement Awards, held recently at Toowoomba Grammar School.
Melanie Kaye, Year 11, was awarded for her commitment to her studies and her school, putting in a 100% effort despite sometimes adverse circumstances. She is involved in extra-curricular events at school as well as volunteering at her church in many different areas. She is a great role model to other students, and is intent on making her life a success and giving back to the community.
We are really proud of her!
Tyronne Reid is currently in Year 12 and is supported by our Special Education Program. Through sheer determination and persistence he has overcome many challenges to achieve success in a range of subjects and become more confident in his abilities.
We feel priviledged to have worked with Tyronne and wish him every success in his future.
Grace Halaufia is in Year 12 at Toowoomba Flexi School. In her time at Flexi her personal growth and achievement has been insurmountable. She has participated in support programs with a high level of commitment, at the same time continuing a School-based Apprenticeship in Hairdressing. Grace is respectful to her teachers and peers, and dedicated to every opportunity presented to her. Although Grace has struggled with issues during her time at school she has met and overcome her adverse situations head on.
Grace has matured into a delightful student with an incredible future ahead of her.