Class Act ten years on: St Peter's College

Where are they now?

2011: Brendan Austin excelled at public speaking, was runner-up in division one of the Southland secondary schools squash championships and had been his school’s top scholar between 2008 and 2010. He planned to study law and finance.
2021: Austin works in the corporate finance team at KPMG in Wellington, supporting clients with investment and financial strategy decisions, and competes in triathlons. In 2019, he qualified for and competed in the Ironman 70.3 world championship in Nice, France.

 

 

 


2011: Nicole Parry won the APRA best lyrics award at the national Rockquest in 2010 and studied ballet and jazz. She planned to study politics and psychology while continuing with her dancing.
2021: After studying performing arts in Sydney, Parry now lives in Auckland, where she works as a professional dancer and actor, is a dance teacher, and owns a dance fashion label. In 2019, she represented New Zealand at the World Championships of Performing
Arts in Los Angeles, winning five silvers and one gold medal in dance and songwriting.

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