Congratulations to Bjorn, David, Kazu and Niya on achieving these prestigious positions, as the Year 13 students with the highest Predicted Grades at the time of our Year 13 Farewell Assembly at the end of Term 2.
In Niya’s speech on Thursday, she reminded the graduating students that they are “creative and smart individuals who found their own way to present their best selves, whether it’s art, music, sports, languages, humanities, STEM or more, and celebrated both “the beauty of cultures from several nationalities and ethnicities in this class” and the students’ “commitment and perseverance throughout our time at the school”.
Niya ended by encouraging the graduating students to “learn lessons from their regrets, leave them behind, and keep moving forward to become the best version of yourself.”
Congratulations to all those students who graduated on Thursday. It was a lovely day of Graduation Ceremonies, and we are all looking forward to another, with speeches from Bjorn and David, in two weeks’ time.
Universities Update, and our new Internships Register
As well as their Graduation Ceremonies, Year 13 students have continued to receive offers and acceptances from universities around the world, with over 300 offers from 175 universities in 17 countries.