Sarah Poulter (right) has been awarded a Royal Society Te Aparangi Scholarship to attend the USA Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama this July. Ms Bhote, Sarah's Physics teacher, encouraged Sarah to apply for this exciting opportunity as she has outstanding results in both Maths and Physics.
The week long Advance Space Academy programme she will be attending is an immersive experience in science, technology, engineering and maths. Trainees undergo a variety of astronaut training exercises and engineering challenges all culminating in a simulated space mission. Please click here for more information about the USA Space Camp.
Our 2017 St Mary's College Dux, Marinella Stollenwerk Cavallaro (left), has been accepted into the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, USA. We congratulate her for this amazing achievement.
Marinella begins there in August, and she has a $42,000 scholarship package to help support her studies. She is considering majoring in International Relations. We wish her all the very best for her journey ahead. Please click here for more infromation about the University of Notre Dame.
Former Head Girl, Lupesina Koro (right) recently won the Ako-Aotearoa Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Award. This was presented to her in April at the 2018 Prime Minister's Pacific Youth Awards. We congratulate Lupesina on her success.
Please click here to read an article in the recent 'Leaving School' magazine about Lupesina.