Congratulations to Juliette Hauter (right), recipient of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the Young Enterprsie Awards at the Auckland Region Awards.
This is a superb acknowledgement of all Juliette has achieved this year as a Year 12 Business Studies student. As CEO of BECO, she led her team in one of the most challenging product developments seen at St Mary’s College. BECO did not outsource the production of their solar-powered charger, instead researching and networking to ensure they produced a high-quality product. When their wooden prototype did not meet their standards, they continued until they found a 3D printer. This took time, and Juliette demonstrated skill and patience as she led her team to persevere through challenges, and most of all believe in their capability to be successful. Juliette is a humble and unassuming leader, with an eye for detail and opportunity, and not afraid to take risks. She is an entrepreneur of the future. Well Done Juliette on your success, we can't wait to see what 2019 brings.
Congratulations to Samantha Stock (left), our Senior Sports Woman of the Year. Sam has also been named as a finalist in the Young Sports Person of the Year (YSPOTY) awards. YSPOTY recognises top athletes from Auckland Secondary Schools. Sam is a finalist in the Yachting category after finishing first in the Auckland Secondary Schools competition and second in the Laser Radial at the NZ Nationals. She has attended the Youth World Sailing Champs in Texas as well as the Laser Radial Youth Worlds in Germany with outstanding results. Congratulations Sam and good luck.
Former Head Girl, Lupesina Koro (right) recently won the Ako-Aotearoa Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Award. This was presented to her at the 2018 Prime Minister's Pacific Youth Awards. We congratulate Lupesina on her recent success.
Please click here to read the article from Issue 12 of the Leaving School magazine about Lupesina's achievements and her next steps in tertiary education.