Following an academic year like no other due to COVID-19, Carinity Education Glendyne has said farewell to our latest Year 12 graduates.
A total of 12 students graduated from the school on November 20. See photo gallery.
Between them the students achieved 40 Certificate qualifications for vocational training.
Six students were eligible for a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).
Carinity Education Glendyne students had to overcome the challenges presented by COVID-19 in their senior year.
For several months, students learned remotely with school youth workers delivering schoolwork, empowering students to continue their learning from home during the coronavirus shutdown.
|2020 Glendyne Subject Awards:||Engineering||Kye Jessen|
|Outdoor Recreation||Nikolas Bartlett|
|Land Management and Conservation||Nikolas Bartlett|
|Active Volunteering||Kayla Hunter|
|2020 Glendyne Major Awards:||Most Outstanding VET Award||Nikolas Bartlett|
|Academic Achievement Award||Rubin Buck|
|Overall Best Attendance – Senior School||Rubin Buck|
|ADF Awards||Tyler Warry|
|Rotary Club Hervey Bay City All Rounder Award||Rubin Buck|
|Daniel Tolliday Award – A student who has improved in the face of adversity||Kayla Hunter|