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Honours for the standout senior group

Tararua College

Tararua College’s senior students have been honoured for academic, sporting, and cultural achievements at this year’s prizegiving.

Students, prize winners, staff, and family attended the end-of-year ceremony.

Hazel Ross was named the 2022 Tararua College Te Rau Huia/Dux Litterarum award and the Woodville Rotary Cup for the best all-around student.

Emma Wheeler was named Te Rau Kaka/Proxime Accessit and was presented with the Beech Cup sponsored by Patrick Baker Property Brokers.

Eve Robin was presented Te Mana O Tararua Kakahau Award for outstanding service and contribution to the College.

Sophie Hunter won the Eagle Trophy for outstanding achievement in sport.

Jade Kiwi was presented the David and Bronny Lea Cup for valuable contribution to the school.

Liam Allen and Rose Anderson shared first in year 12.

Mason Carter was first in Year 11, and Stella Governor was first in year 10.

Principal Iain Anderson said it was important to celebrate success at the end of a tough year plagued by uncertainty and many students dropping in and out with covid.

“In these challenging times, the mahi from the kids, the effort they’ve put in, has been outstanding.

“Congratulations to all graduating year 13s; I wish you well for your futures,” Anderson said.

Flynn Nicholls
Flynn Nicholls
Flynn Nicholls is a reporter at the Wairarapa Times-Age who regularly writes about education. He is originally from Wellington and is interested in environmental issues and public transport.

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