Currently studying the International Baccalaureate, Alice is the first person in the world to be awarded Trinity College ATCLs with Distinction. These awards recognize Alice’s passion for public speaking, and speech and drama. When she finishes her studies at the end of this year, Alice hopes to pursue a career in Law in Townsville.
Dylan plays the double bass in the School’s Big Band, Celtic Strings, and Chamber Strings. Dylan also participates in Rugby and Rowing. He hopes to pursue a career in architecture and design.
Emily has recently returned from a three-month exchange to Italy. Emily is a celebrated writer, winning a prestigious ICAS medal last year, as well as a taking out microfiction award at last year’s Brisbane Writer’s Festival. She is looking to study Engineering when she finishes her secondary schooling.
Macey will feature as one of the lead actors in this year’s production of The Tempest. Macey has a passion for highland dances, and has recently returned from the Virginia Tattoo in the United States. She will shortly travel to Russia as part of a cultural tour for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Saachi enjoys rowing, and she very recently represented North Queensland at the State Rostrum Voice of the Youth public speaking competition. At that occasion, Saachi spoke of responding to the adversities presented to the community during the Townsville Floods.
Saurav took out the Poetry Slam title this with his poem about Romeo. Just last week, Saurav also won the Interschool Public Speaking Competition against Pimlico. He enjoys Soccer and Indoor Cricket, and he hopes to study Law in Brisbane.