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2019 Awards Evening

29/08/2019

Caltex All Rounder Award – Year 12 Only

This awards is open to final year students considered to be genuine all rounders – someone who excels in their studies, possesses leadership qualities and a good attitude, and is keen to serve their community.

Eligibility is based around the following criteria: academic, leadership, service, arts, sport and participation in other areas of school life. The application then requires endorsing by a member of MacGregor’s teaching staff.

 

Jack Wong Sue Memorial Bursary – Year 11 and 12

These Bursary Awards are named in honour of Jack Wong Sue, OAM, DCM, JP, a Chinese Australian from Perth Western Australia who joined the RAAF in 1943. Jack Wong Sue was a member of Z Special Unit who landed in Borneo as part of Operation Agas 3 and was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal.

Eligibility for this bursary is open to any Year 11 or 12 student, with no discrimination in regard to race, gender, religion or economic circumstances.

Students should write a short essay around topic specified on the application form and respond to two questions.

These two awards will be presented at the Year 11 and 12 final Spirit Assemblies for 2019.

 

The University of Queensland Achievement Award – Year 11 or 12

This award is open to Year 11 and 12 students who consistently demonstrate academic excellence as well as school and community leadership. They must also have upheld the values and beliefs of the school, including behaviour, attendance and wearing of the school uniform.

Applicants should also wish to further their studies at a university upon completion of Year 12.

 

The Best We Can Be Award – Year 10 Only

This award is open to Year 10 students who excel in their studies, possesses leadership qualities, a good attitude and serve their community.

Eligibility is based around the following criteria: academic, leadership, service, sport and participation in other areas of school life. The application then requires a brief statement on the student’s contribution to the school.

 

Service Award – Years 7 - 12

Service awards are open to students who have participated in three or more activities within the school community.

The applicant must also demonstrate an excellent attitude, attendance and wearing of the appropriate school uniform for the activity. They must also have upheld the values and beliefs of the school, especially our ROAR value.​