Senior Prizegiving 2019

DIO NEWS & SUCCESSES

Senior Prizegiving 2019

Year 11 Awards

Year 11 Academic Honours with Certificates for Top in Subject & Subject Excellence

Jemima Box - Top in Subject Latin, Physical Science, Spanish, Level 2 History, Subject Excellence - Level 2 Mathematics with Algebra & Calculus
Priscilla Huang - Top in Subject Japanese
Lara Johns - Top in Subject Entertainment Design & Science, Subject Excellence - Business Studies
Natalie Kirke - Subject Excellence Biological Science, English
Phebe Mason - Top in Subject Drama, English, Subject Excellence - Science, Level 2 History
Kate Wellington - Subject Excellence Level 2 Mathematics with Algebra & Calculus
Sarah Young - Top in Subject Design & Visual Communication, Subject Excellence Mathematics

Year 11 Academic High Distinction with Certificates for Top in Subject & Subject Excellence

Lily Bond
Jasmine Druskovich
Holly Graney
Sienna Gray - Top in Subject Accounting, Business Studies & Dance
Matilda Hol - Top in Subject Music, Subject Excellence Physical Science, Top in Subject - Level 2 Mathematics with Algebra & Calculus
Halle Rankin Hastie
Eloise Robinson
Amelie Thomas - Top in Subject Economics & Level 2 Chinese
Heidi van der Peet - Top in Subject Biological Science
Jesse Welsh
Lauren Williams
Ella Wong
Alexandra Wright

Year 11 Academic Distinction with Certificates for Top in Subject & Subject Excellence

Christiana Ballard
Charlotte Barclay
Joomee Choi - Subject Excellence Science
Imogen Foley
Phoebe Glynn - Subject Excellence English
Halle Gravatt- Whaea Val Trophy for Y11 Te Reo Māori
Jasmine Ha
Samantha Huddart - Top in Subject Technology Food
Charlotte Hulme - Top in Subject Chinese
Emily Kippenberger
Bonnie Liu - Subject Excellence Economics
Jessica Marshall
Natasha Mori - Top in Subject French, Subject Excellence English
Bethany Ngai
Charlotte Paterson
Ava Phillimore
Ella Ross
Laura Stanhope - Top in Subject Digital Technologies

Top in Subject Awards 

Applied Science – Alessandra Wilton
Commerce Foundation – Kiara Selvaratnam
Classical Studies – Olivia Rajeyya
English for Literacy – Parn Nawakarnchaidit
Geography – Samantha Blackmore
Health Science and Psychology – CJ Schubert
Mathematics Studies – Isla Shaw
Material Design Technology – Claudia Jack
Media Studies – Jade Parkin
Sports & Exercise Science – Vittoria Di Pietro Selwyn
Visual Arts Design & Sculpture – Abby Holden
Visual Arts Paint & Print – Madison Coldham

Year 11 Subject Excellence Awards

Applied Science – Marina Segedin
English – Arielle Friedlander & Emilia Mackenzie
Food Technology – Josephine Hernon
Geography – Sharnia Kumar

Year 11 Special Awards 

English Language Award for Learners of English as another language – Joomee Choi
National Art Supplies Award for Visual Arts – Abby Holden
Heritage Foundation Dio Arts Award – Matilda Hol, Helen Kim, Jessica Marshall
Arts Award – Rosie Leishman
Service Award – Olivia Pearce
Sports Award – Aimee Crosbie

Year 12 Awards

Year 12 Academic Honours with Certificates for Top in Subject & Subject Excellence

Anna Casey - Top in Subject Music, Subject Excellence Chemistry & English
Amy Choi - Top in Subject Chemistry & Physics, Subject Excellence - Biology, English, Top in Subject - Level 3 Mathematics with Calculus
Chloé Hickin - Top in Subject Spanish, Subject Excellence Biology
Lena Jacob - Top in Subject Biology, English, Subject Excellence - Physics
Dianne Ma
Alice Waldow - Top in Subject Visual Arts Paint, Subject Excellence - English
 

Year 12 Academic High Distinction with Certificates for Top in Subject & Subject Excellence 

Isobelle Brosnahan
Qiyue (Teresa) Gu - Top In Subject Diploma Chemistry German, & Mathematics
Deborah Huang- Top in Subject Diploma English A, Economics, History 
Victoria Jones - Top in Subject Business Studies, Subject Excellence - English
Nicole Lockie - Top in Subject French
Arabella Loveridge- Top in Subject Visual Art Design
Sarina Mackey - Top in Subject Diploma Japanese
Amali Madawala - Top in Subject Economics
Francesca Masfen - Top in Subject Design & Visual Communication, Angela Edgington Cup for Excellence in Historical Research Level 3
Abigail Mills - Top in Subject Material Design Technology
Gabrielle Sumner
Sarah Tran - Top in Subject Diploma Biology & Geography
Diane Wang - Top in Subject Diploma Chinese A, & English B
Zoe Zhu - Top in Subject Diploma French 

Year 12 Academic Distinction with Certificates for Top in Subject & Subject Excellence 

Emma Badger - Top in Subject Dance 
Grace Cocker - Top In Subject Diploma French ab Initio
Zoe Dawson - Subject Excellence Business Studies
Sabreen Islam - Top in Subject Classical Studies
Amelia  Johnston - Top in Subject History of Art
Daniela Lin
Kaitlyn Mallon
Hannah Mercer
Arushi Parasrampuria
Tanushree Sharma
Brooke Vincent - Top in Subject Accounting
Jessica Woo
Elena Wood - Top in Subject Diploma Visual Arts

Year 12 Top in Subject Awards 

Diploma Chinese B – Jo Zhang
Diploma ITGS & Theatre Studies - Sacha Acland
Diploma Latin – Caitlyn Macintyre
Diploma Physics & Spanish – Katherine Field
Digital Technologies – Chelsea Sampson
Drama – Grace Riley
English for Literacy – Katherine Yu
Geography – Zoe Mercer
Health Science and Psychology – Lauren Komie
Japanese – Vivian Ding
Mathematics Geometry and Statistics – Katie Crawford
Media Studies – Madeleine Gault
Sports & Exercise Science – Ella Russ
Te Reo Māori – Francesca Reade
Technology Food - Stella Murray
Tourism – Zoe Parkinson
Visual Arts Photography – Phoebe Chow
Visual Arts Print – Jessica Hunter

Year 12 Subject Excellence Awards 

Geography & Mathematics Geometry and Statistics – Olivia Clark
Health Science and Psychology – Kristen Hansen
Mathematics Geometry and Statistics – Sophie Torrington

Year 12 Special Awards 

Vancouver Award for Outstanding Performance in Theoretical & Practical Physics Level 2 - Amy Choi
MacCormick Mathematics Cup for Excellence in Mathematics - Anna Casey
Heritage Foundation Dio Arts Award - Anna Casey
Heritage Foundation Elizabeth Webb Memorial Prize for Writing – Sabreen Islam
Heritage Foundation Patricia France Award for Literacy in Fine Arts - Elena Wood
Turnbull Cup for Senior Art – Alice Waldow
National Art Supplies Award for Visual Arts – Victoria Liu
Rosey Eady Prize for Photography Year 12 – Phoebe Chow
The Philosophy, Religion & Ethics Award - Lena Jacob
Sports Award – Prue Fowler & Lena Jacob
Arts Award – Grace Riley
Service Award – Chloé Hickin

EY Visual Arts Prize. 

EY have a strong relationship with Diocesan and wish to recognise artistic excellence through this award. 
Elena Wood

This year’s judge artist was Luise Fong, who is a professional painter and has exhibited work throughout NZ, Australia and Asia. She has taught at Elam School of Fine Arts, worked as a Secondary school Teacher and is currently the Secondary Schools Educator at Auckland Art Gallery. Luise commented: "I was first and foremost very impressed by the high standard of work for this competition. Both the technical skill and conceptual sophistication was excellent and it was difficult to choose a winner! I therefore chose 3 commendations, Dianne Ma, Jessica Hunter and Olivia Coddington as well as the overall winner. The social, cultural and political themes the students were working with resulted in compelling artwork, but I kept coming back to the winning artist’s work because of the emotional power of the image, Elena’s evocative and technically outstanding drawing of the polar bear with the overlay of ice is an image to provoke change in our minds and in our hearts."

The Heritage Foundation Dorothy Shrewsbury Bursary ($1000.00)

Miss Shrewsbury was a former Headmistress. Miss Dawn Jones established this bursary in 1983 with funds raised at the 80th Jubilee Concert. This bursary is awarded to the Top Academic Student in Year 12 
Amy Choi

Old Girls’ League Awards

Mary Pulling was our Founding Headmistress from 1904 to 1926. The Mary Pulling Award recognises students who show potential and an outstanding contribution to the School in a wide range of areas. Students currently in Years 11 and 12 who will be continuing their education at the School next year are eligible for these Awards.  In making the selection, academic ability is a consideration, but the likely contribution of the student to the school is the deciding factor.
The Mary Pulling Award Year 11 - Phebe Mason
The Mary Pulling Award Year 12 – Stella Murray

Ethel Sandford was Headmistress from 1926 to 1932.  She was noted for her energy and determination as well as musical abilities. 
The Ethel Sandford Bursary for Music – Zoe Zhu 

Board Scholarships for 2020 

Academic Scholarships – these scholarships have increased in value to a 25% reduction in tuition fees for the following year.

Academic Scholarships – Year 11

Jemima Box
Natalie Kirke
Kate Wellington
Sarah Young

Academic Scholarships – Year 12

Anna Casey
Amy Choi
Chloé Hickin
Alice Waldow

Arts Scholarship 

This is a new award for 2020 and will be presented to a student in Years 9-13. This is a one-year scholarship in which the recipient will be awarded a 25% reduction in tuition fees for the following year. The recipient of this scholarship demonstrates an exceptional level of skill in their chosen discipline and has had success at National level. This student displays a positive attitude and is fully involved in the Diocesan Arts programme, including representing the school in competitions and events, demonstrating a commitment to the wider arts culture within the school.
The Arts Scholarship is awarded to - Phebe Mason

Sports Scholarship 

This is a new award for 2020 and will be presented to a student in Years 9-13. This is a one-year scholarship in which the recipient will be awarded a 25% reduction in tuition fees for the following year. The recipient of this scholarship is an elite athlete who has been selected for a representative team and had success at National level. This student displays a positive attitude and is fully involved in the Diocesan Sports programme, demonstrating a commitment to both their sport and the wider sport culture within the school. This year this will be awarded at the Junior High School Prize Giving

Principal's Awards – Year 11

Jemima Box
Charlotte Hulme
Sophie Ireland
Natalie Kirke
Jessica Marshall
Halle Rankin Hastie
Amelie Thomas
Jessica Wech

Principal's Awards – Year 12

Chelsea Goodale
Chloé Hickin
So-Yeon Lee
Rachel Liu
Alice Rabbitts
Gabrielle Sumner
Kim van den Hurk
Laura Whitley

Principal's Awards – Year 13

Charlotte Clarke
Molly Crawford
Nadia Flood
Emily Hernon
Brianna Holmes
Shellie Hu
Victoria Hutt
Victoria Wallis

Year 13 Awards

Year 13 Academic Honours and Subject Excellence Awards

Anneke Cummack - Subject Excellence Chemistry 
Tess Cooper - Subject Excellence Mathematics with Calculus
Navneet Dhaliwal - Subject Excellence English Visual & Oral Language
Olivia Herkt
Stephanie Hobson
Shellie Hu
May Jang
Jemma Lowe
Jemima Po - Subject Excellence Biology & English Written Language
Lexi Preen
Amy Somerfield

Year 13 Academic High Distinction and Subject Excellence Awards

Ananya Ahluwalia
Charlotte Clarke
Sophia Ernst
Sharon Hung
Victoria Hutt - Subject Excellence Mathematics with Statistics
Anastasia Li
Jacqui Li
Sofie Mulligan - Subject Excellence Biology
Sophie Stanhope
Emma Tiplady
Summer Wang
Evelyn Xu

Year 13 Academic Distinction 

Hilary Armstrong
Ella Carter
Megan Clarke
Natasha Dingley
Lilly Girardet
Katie Pearce
Victoria Short
Emma Wong She
Lucia Young
Zoe Wilcken

Year 13 Subject Excellence Award

Rebecca He - Subject Excellence History

Year 13 Top in Subject Awards

Year 13 NCEA Awards
Angela Anderson Cup for Excellence in Accounting – Sofie Mulligan
Business Studies Award - Gracie Scragg
The Alastair Fleming Memorial Classical Studies Award – Emma Wong She
Dance Award – Mackenzie Houghton-Lamb
Drama Award – Sadie Sumich
Design & Visual Communications Award – Katie Pearce
English Visual/Oral Language Award – Katie Pearce
WhereScape Digital Technologies – Ananya Ahluwalia
Heritage Foundation Lady Reeves Prize for Outstanding Performance in Theoretical and Practical Biology – Anneke Cummack
English Written Language Award – Anneke Cummack
Vancouver Physics Award for Outstanding Year 13 Physics – Anneke Cummack
Economics Award - Sophie Stanhope
Earth Space Science – Victoria Short
History of Art Award – Olivia Herkt
Sally Symes Award for Excellence & Innovation in Photography - Olivia Herkt
Technology - Fabrics Award for Innovation in Design – Olivia Herkt
Photolife Art Design Award - Olivia Wong
Geography Award – Georgia Skelton
History Award – Stephanie Hobson
Kim Percy Cup for Excellence in Chemistry – Jemima Po
The Denise Atkins Cup for Excellence in Health Education – Jemima Po
New Zealand Institute of Physics Award for Outstanding Contribution to Year 13 Physics – Jemima Po
One Tree Hill Borough Award for Progress in Japanese – Dongling Huang
Mathematical Optimisation & Data – Lauren Coombes
Mathematics with Statistics – Sophie Michl
Media Studies Award for Interest & Achievement in Media Studies – Victoria Wallis
Music Award – Olivia Francis
The Anna Elvery Award for Excellence in Physical Education – Lauren MacGillivray
Religious Studies Award – Lexi Preen
Erina Murphy Memorial Prize – Lucia Young
Tourism Award for Overall Excellence & Commitment to the Tourism Course – Billie Hart
Hospitality & Food Technology cup donated by Margaret Hay - Molly Crawford

The Johnson Cup for Food Design Technology
The Johnson family has a close affiliation with Diocesan and have been long standing supporters of the Food Technology programme. This is the inaugural year for this award that recognises excellence in Food Science and Technology – Victoria Hutt

Year 13 – IB Diploma Awards
Diploma Geography - Hannah Barber- Wilson 
Diploma German – Sophia Ernst
Diploma Chinese A, English B, & Visual Arts – Shellie Hu
Diploma Chemistry, Economics, French ab Initio & Mathematics – May Jang
Diploma Biology – Jemma Lowe
Diploma Spanish - Aurelia Mark-Zegers
Diploma French Fanni Meron
Diploma English A, History & the Lindsay Cooper Cup for Latin – Amy Somerfield
Diploma Chinese B – Ling Hui Sun
Diploma Physics- Evelyn Xu

IB Diploma Learner Profile Award
This is awarded to a student in Year 13, who, throughout the two years of the Diploma, has consistently demonstrated the attributes of the IB Learner Profile. The IB Learner Profile can be considered as a map of a lifelong journey in pursuit of international-mindedness.  It aims to develop active, compassionate and lifelong learners and to prepare students to make exceptional contributions both at school and beyond. The IB mission is to encourage students to be Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-minded, Caring, Risk-takers, Balanced, and Reflective, thus educating the whole person for a life of active, responsible citizenship.    
The recipient of this award is: Shellie Hu

Year 13 Special Awards 

Fiona Young Cup for Original Writing – - Zoe Wilcken 
Heritage Foundation Perdita Barclay Prize for Original Research in Geography Level 3 – Nadia Flood 
The Win Lewis Lamp for Latin – Amy Somerfield 
Grayson Cup for Leadership & Initiative – Taylor Eltringham 
Heritage Foundation Beale Awards for Service to the School- Sharon Hung & Taylor Eltringham 
Service Award – Ananya Ahluwalia
Lawson Cup for Excellence and Commitment in Music – Olivia Francis 
Heritage Foundation Cropper Prize for Senior Art – Anastasia Li
National Art Supplies Award for Excellence in Visual Arts – Hilary Armstrong
Ara Lodge No 348 Irish Constitution Fine Arts Award – Oliva Herkt
The Imogen Wells Award for Outstanding Performance in the Arts – Emma Wong She
The Rosey Eady Cup “Making a Difference” in the Arts – Sharon Hung
The David Gordon Cup for Commitment and Excellence in the Arts – Hannah Barber Wilson
Averill Award for Services to Performing Arts – Rebecca He & Jemma Lowe
Vicki Hearfield Cup for initiative, enthusiasm and passion for chosen sports – Lauren MacGillivray
Allison Roe Award for Service to Sport - Ella Cooper
Del Hooper Award for Outstanding Individual Sporting Achievement – Morgan McDowall and Alice Haslett
Barbara Kissling Cup for Sportswoman of the Year - Georgia Skelton

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award
Gold Award – Victoria Short

Scholarships

Price Waterhouse Cooper
The PwC Scholarship provides young talent with financial and mentoring support while at university and is a great opportunity to build relationships and create new networks. It is awarded to students based on their consistent academic success throughout Year 13, and their positive contribution to the school and the local community. As a scholarship winner students will: 
• receive $7000 towards University fees over the course of their degree 
• be given mentoring support by a PwC staff member 
• develop valuable business relationships and networks. Also, they will be given the opportunity to learn about what PWC do behind the scenes to help with their career path choice
• be given a paid summer internship to develop the foundation skills for their career.
The recipient is: Lucia Young

Otago University
University of Otago New Frontiers Excellence Entrance Scholarship
The recipients is: Charlotte Mottershead

University of Otago Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship
The recipients are: – Charlotte Blakey, Cindy Bu & Victoria Hutt

University of Otago Māori Entrance Scholarship
The recipient is: - Sophie Michl

University of Otago Pacific Entrance Scholarship
The recipient is: – Dilynne Muller

University of Otago Performance Entrance Scholarship
The recipients are: – Ella Carter, Charlie Hooke, Sharon Hung, Jessica Sewell

University of Otago Vice Chancellors’ Scholarship
The recipient is: – Emily Hernon

University of Otago Academic Excellence Scholarship
The recipient is:  Lexi Preen

University of Canterbury 

University of Canterbury Emerging Leaders Scholarship 
The recipient is: Francesca Sansom

University of Canterbury Leigh and Judith Pownall Scholarship
The recipient is: Hannah Barber Wilson

AUT

AUT Academic Excellence
The recipient is: Olivia Francis

Victoria University.

Victoria University Totoweka Scholarship 
The recipient is: Lucia Young

Victoria University – Tangiwai Scholarships:
The recipients are: Sophie Barclay, Charlotte Clarke & Sophie Stanhope Letters supplied by Victoria

The University of Auckland 

University of Auckland Faculty of Arts Scholarship
The recipient is: Oliva Luxon

The University of Auckland Top Achievers Scholarship 
The recipients are: Ananya Ahluwalia, Anneke Cummack, Navneet Dhaliwal, Jemima Po, Emma Wong She

Dame Rosie and Michael Horton Prize
Dame Rosie and Michael Horton have had a long association with Diocesan through the education of their daughter and granddaughters. They have generously donated this prize which will be awarded annually to a year 13 student who, despite adversity, has succeeded in her schooling and in the wider life of the school. The prize will support her as she leaves Diocesan, determined to make a difference. 
This is the first year this has been awarded and this year we have two recipients.
They are: Anna Orbell & Alana Sullivan

The Hassall Deputy Head Prefect Cup for Leadership commitment and dedication to Diocesan School for Girls – Jemma Couillault

The Hassall Head Prefect Cup for Leadership commitment and dedication to Diocesan School for Girls – Katie Pearce

The Deputy Head Prefect for 2020 is Francesa Masfen

The Head Prefect for 2020 is Madeleine Gault

Eliza Edwards Memorial Award 
Awarded to a student leaving the School who throughout her schooling has contributed to many school activities, shown high personal standards and has exhibited the qualities inherent in the foundation of the School – Emily Bashford
Emily arrived at Diocesan in year 7 with a positive attitude and a wide eyed view on all that was possible. This has characterised her approach across her 7 years at Dio. This year Emily has been the House Leader of Mitchelson, a role she has approached with a generous and friendly manner that has inspired the girls in younger years.  Her work as a year 13 member of the Kahikatea Project Team exemplifies the appropriateness of this award. She showed great courage in taking on this inaugural project where all the year 13 girls were asked to lead through their goals and dreams.   Together they formulated ways in which regular meetings could be run to bring out the best in others.  An inaugural project will never be easy, but Emily’s positivity, her willingness to take risks and her constant belief in bringing out the best in others created an environment where the dream could be possible.  Emily has been similarly influential in the many areas she has been involved in – cycling, dragon boating, hip hop, and the community service committee. Her humility and warmth of character endear her to all who are involved. Emily is headed to Otago University in 2020 to do the first year of Health Sciences. 

Proxime Accessit to the Dux  

The Proxime Accessit to the Dux at Diocesan for 2019 is Lexie Preen
Lexie is an exceptional young woman with a wide range of skills and abilities. As an academic, her record this year is near perfect and her teachers speak of her impeccable work ethic, her independent approach to learning and her willingness to take risks. Her choice of subjects crosses the divide between science and literature, in a way that represents a true renaissance woman of learning. But Lexie has achieved so much more this year – she is the head of Roberton House, a member of the Academic Council, a member of the Advanced Premier Debating team, the Debating Captain, the United Nations Club, the Ethics Committee and the NZ Mooting Competition. You can see from these affiliations where Lexie’s interests lie and the likely future that awaits her. Lexie is heading to Otago to do a BA/LLB and she has a University of Otago Academic Excellence Scholarship to support her. 

Dux

The Dux award represents our most outstanding academic achievement.  

As we indicated last year we now have separate duxes for the two courses, the Diploma and NCEA.  

The IB Dux for 2019 is Shellie Hu

Shellie has set herself very high academic expectations and achieved them throughout this year with the predicted grades she has assembled in the IB Diploma Programme. She is on course for a stellar Diploma result and we wish her all the very best in the examinations that are about the begin. Aside from her studies Shellie has taken on many responsibilities across the school. If you read the Dio Beat in Mandarin, then Shellie is your girl. She has voluntarily translated that for us as part of her service for the Diploma Programme.  Shellie also leads the International Students at Diocesan, plays Badminton, is a part of the Chinese dance group that performed at Night of Dance, is on the Academic Council, is part of the makers club and worked backstage at the Dio Musical Beauty and the Beast. It is hard to imagine how she manages this wide and successful contribution to the school, alongside her impeccable academic results. We wish Shellie all the best as she heads to the Carnegie Mellon School in the US to study Art and Design. We congratulate Shellie on being The IB Diploma Dux at Diocesan School for 2019 and wish her the all the very best for the future.

NCEA Dux for 2019 is a joint award to:

Anneke Cummack and Jemima Po

Anneke’s academic record since arriving at Diocesan in year 7 has been exceptional. She has achieved an almost perfect record of Excellence results.  She has been a Board Scholar each year since year 9, the Dux of the Junior High School in year 10, the Dorothy Shrewsbury Award winner in year 12, and this year the joint NCEA Dux. But these results are probably secondary to Anneke in terms of her many other achievements.  She is the Academic Prefect this year where she has worked with the committee to translate the school learning expectations into student speak, both verbally and visually. She is an integral member of the handbells and the senior choir, she has served and read in the Chapel on a regular basis. She won the right to represent New Zealand as part of the New Zealand Biology Olympiad team where she achieved a Silver Medal in the finals held in Hungary, where she was the top scorer of the 4 NZ representatives. None of that was a surprise to us as she has been a Brain Bee and Bridge Building Champion here in New Zealand. Anneke is an exceptional academic, a woman of grace and humility and she is going to the University of Auckland to do the first year of a BSc/Biomed degree where she has been awarded a University of Auckland Top Achievers Scholarship.

Jemima’s academic record is exemplary – she has achieved no less than an Excellence across all her subjects from year 7-13! This is a phenomenal record and indicative of Jemima’s wide interests and abilities. Last year, as a year 12 student, Jemima achieved an Outstanding Scholarship in Health a subject she undertook a year before her cohort. Jemima’s teachers know her to be diligent with an exemplary work ethic, but are more appreciative of her critical thinking and the benefits to the class when she questions and ponders the answers. This year Jemima has been the Prefect of the Environment Council, a role where she has demonstrated her considerable integrity and intelligence, leading the School body to Waste Free Wednesdays and beyond. What most characterises Jemima’s approach is her humility and her genuine desire to find the best in others. She is a young woman with incredible potential and she is aiming at either the University of New South Wales or Monash University to study medicine.

We congratulate all our winners.


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