17 December 2019 Georgia Anton   | News | Year 11  
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On Tuesday 10th December, Peter Smith and I had the pleasure of escorting Jason Qian who was nominated as being the most outstanding Year 11 student. The process involved sitting with their Year Adviser Christopher Burke, to select the top 15 students of the Year 11 cohort and then to provide them the opportunity to be interviewed and present their portfolio / resume to us. The candidature was very impressive and the competition was fierce. In any event Jason rightfully received the nomination. This award will allow Jason automatic entry into Western Sydney University, he will be given a $500 grant for 2020 and a conditional scholarship valued at $20,000 as well as being part of the Western Sydney University Academy. Students with an ATAR of 90 and over are invited to be part The Academy to be mentored and given leadership opportunities from people in industry.

The award is a fantastic opportunity for Jason and he should be commended on being the recipient of this generous prize. I would like to congratulate Jason and his peers on their outstanding attributes and wish them well in the future endeavours.

Well done Jason! A big shout out to Western Sydney University for their support in ensuring that students excel in all aspects of their life.

Written by Georgia Anton
Careers Adviser