Class Act ten years on: The Catlins Area School

Where are they now?

2011: An Otago Country cricket representative, Jeremy Gray was also in the southern region under-18 rugby team. He was thinking about doing a building apprenticeship.
2021: Gray lives in the Catlins, where he is employed as a sheep and beef farmer. He has played more than 100 games of rugby for the Owaka premiers and close to 200 games of cricket for Owaka. He also plays cricket for South Otago and for the Otago Country
Hawke Cup team.




2011: As well as being in the Kotuku Voices National Choir, Holly McPhee was a Balclutha Theatrical Society Showstoppers member and an Owaka Music Group contributor. She hoped to study psychology and music, with a view to working in music therapy.
2021: McPhee completed a masters of music therapy degree and is a music therapist with the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre in Whangarei. A charitable trust working to make quality music therapy accessible to all, the centre partners with schools and community
organisations to deliver music therapy to children and adults with a variety of needs.




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