Class Act ten years on: South Otago High School

Where are they now?

2011: Natasha Cameron was in the South Otago under-19 invitational netball team, a scholarship art participant and completing her gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. She planned to study art history and law.
2021: After working in marketing, Cameron recently started her own Dunedin baking business, Baked & Raised (see separate story). She continued to play netball after high school but has not been back on court since rupturing her Achilles a few years ago.

 

 

 

2011: One of two pupils to represent New Zealand at the Apec Future Scientist Conference, Tom Craig was also undertaking flight training. He hoped to study mechanical engineering.
2021: Craig is a process engineer for Wiley New Zealand, a company specialising in engineering projects for the red meat industry. The job involves everything from structural engineering to machine design and project management. Based in Balclutha, he also
holds a private pilot’s licence.

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