Logan Park High School junior prizes

Special awards

Initiative and leadership at Tautuku: Annie Kennedy-Atchison, Matai Bowen. Service to school: Lealia Devereux, Rosa Miller, Matai Bowen. Community service trophy: Henry Eden-Mann. Best sports performance: Finn Lillis, Annie Kennedy-Atchison. Best cultural performance: Cameron Monteath, Emmanuel Wong. Cup  best cultural or sporting performance: Abi Barton. Pacifica Young Achiever: Sujata Ritchie. Best all-round student tikanga Maori: Maria Kohu-Morris. Principal’s award for top junior diploma year 9, Daniel Cowles;  year 10, Zak Rudin. Cup best all-round  student: Annie Kennedy-Atchison. Runner-up junior dux: Leah Cooke-McDonnell. Junior dux: Alice Houston-Page.


Other awards

Clayton House: Alix Abernethy (diploma);  Jago Allerston (diploma);  Albert Baeumer (diploma  distinction, most improved boys hockey,  premiers  mathematics, physical education, honours  science);  Abraham Baillie (diploma  distinction, best jazz band performance, Shakespeare cup — best group);  CJ Barnes diploma  distinction, best all-round year 9 Maori studies, honours  digital technology, science);  Nerise Barnes (diploma  distinction, honours  mathematics, social studies);  Abi Barton diploma  distinction, most improved  girls football,   girls under-15 athletics champion, premier  Maori, honours  drama, physical education, science);  Molly Barton (diploma  distinction, junior climbing,  premiers  English, science, honours  French, materials technology (metal), materials technology (wood), mathematics, music, physical education, social studies);  Josie Baughen (diploma  distinction, scholarship  design and visual communication, premiers  design and visual communication, fabric technology, materials technology (wood), honours  mathematics);  Sophie Black (diploma  merit, most promising girls hockey,  honours  digital technology, physical education;  Kayla Boniface (diploma  merit);  Crystal Booth (diploma  merit, honours  health);  Matai Bowen (diploma  distinction, chess champion, most valuable football year 10, premier  physical education);  Pun Chantaravarin (diploma);  Adair Clark (diploma  distinction, writing — poetry, premiers  mathematics, science, honours  Chinese, drama, English, social studies);  Jaymie Cooper (diploma);  Isa Degas (diploma  distinction, premier  art, honours  materials technology (wood));  Lealia Devereux (diploma  distinction, premier  social studies, honours  fabric technology, music, physical education);  Khedrup Dorjee (diploma  merit);  Rammy El-dessouky (diploma  distinction, librarian,  service  Manaaki/Tautoko (boy), honours  English, physical education, social studies);  Caspian Ferens (diploma  merit, honours  science, social studies);  Nathan Fowler (diploma);  Cheyenne Gibbs (diploma);  Maggie Gorman (diploma  distinction, honours  physical education);  Paida Gwavava (diploma with merit);  Tabitha Hall (junior diploma);  Megan Harvey (junior diploma  merit);  Brannon Hatfield (diploma  merit, premier  Maori);  Cameron James-Pirie (diploma  distinction, premier  social studies, honours  drama);  Gabriel Kovacs (diploma  merit, honours  mathematics);  Wiremu Kovacs (diploma  merit, honours  food technology, mathematics, science);  Aliana Lewis (diploma  merit, honours  drama);  Leo Lublow-Catty (diploma  merit, honours  English, social studies);  Eamon Lupton-Wilson (diploma,  boys under-14 athletics champion, honours  science);  Bailey Marsden (diploma);  Angus McLean (diploma  distinction);  Roslyn McLean (diploma  distinction, premiers  design and visual communication, fabric technology, honours  art, food technology);  Hamish Muir (diploma);  Olive Myles (diploma);  Aliya Prasad (diploma);  Cailin Rogers (diploma  merit, most improved water polo);  Liam Smith (diploma  merit);  Sofia Till (diploma  merit);  Anna Walrond (diploma  distinction, premier  materials technology (wood), honours  art, social studies);  Liam Walters (diploma);  Ethan Williams (diploma, premier  materials technology (metal));  Emmanuel Wong (diploma  distinction, chess champion, service to school music,  trophy  excellence in competition mathematics, mathematics department prize, premier  science, honours  digital technology, English, food technology, French, social studies);  Jemma Wong (diploma  distinction, premiers  English, mathematics, science, honours  digital technology, food technology, Japanese, social studies).

Omimi House: Iffah Aminudin (diploma  distinction, premier  Korean, honours  science);  Isaac Barham (diploma  merit);  Caitlin Bathgate (diploma  distinction);  Magnus Campbell (diploma, premier  mathematics, honours  Chinese);  Trent Carmody (diploma);  Izabella Carter (diploma  distinction, honours  mathematics);  Leah Cooke-McDonnell (diploma  distinction, girls under-14 athletics champion, most promising volleyball,  prize  excellence in science, premiers  digital technology, mathematics, physical education, social studies, honours  English, food technology);  Te Awa Crossman-Nixon (diploma, honours  physical education);  Rebecca Dalphin (diploma  distinction, girls under-14 cross-country champion, prize  excellence in science, premiers  French, mathematics, music, physical education, social studies, honours  design and visual communication, English, materials technology (wood);  Anna Denys (diploma  distinction, honours  drama);  Lucas Dubyk (diploma  distinction);  Bailey Fox-Harris (diploma);  Sasha Freeman (diploma  distinction, honours  drama, English);  Violet Gallop (diploma  distinction, honours  Maori, physical education);  Laura Graham (diploma  distinction, premier  digital technology, honours  materials technology (metal));  Cassie Harris (diploma  merit, service  Manaaki/Tautoko (girl));  Justice Harvey-Helsloot (diploma);  Zinnia Haworth (diploma  distinction);  Te Paea Henman (diploma);  Noah Hjertquist (diploma  merit);  Alice Houston-Page (diploma  distinction, excellence  junior drama, Shakespeare cup — best group, social studies  cup  outstanding  performance, premiers  drama, English, French, health, mathematics, science);  Jahkoda Hunt (diploma  merit, honours  health, science);  Ziggi Kaitai-Martin (diploma  merit, drama comedy prize, most improved football year 10);  Samuel Knudson (diploma  distinction);  Jade Kucija (diploma);  Erin Lamond (diploma  distinction);  Payge Leishman (diploma);  Finn Lillis (diploma  distinction, service  basketball, trophy  best all-round contribution  rugby under-15, most valuable cricket,  service junior shows,  best and fairest boys touch, cricketers cup: most promising  batter, honours  physical education);  Liam Loughran (diploma, honours  social studies);  Colin Macandrew (diploma  merit, boys badminton champion);  Carly McGavin (diploma  distinction, honours  food technology);  Piper McKerracher (diploma  distinction, best girls football,  honours in art);  Niamh Moyle (diploma);  Devon Munro (diploma, significant contribution  theatre sports);  Charlotte Murphy (diploma  merit);  Lisel Nader-Turner (diploma  distinction, girls netball, honours  drama, health, physical education);  Elvis Nicolls (diploma  distinction, honours  art);  Hamish O’Malley-King (diploma  merit, debating shield);  Thomas Power (diploma  distinction, honours  Maori);  Emily Proctor (diploma);  Jack Rae (diploma);  Lucas Reid (diploma  merit, premier  digital technology);  Mae Rose-Wills (diploma  distinction, best all-round year 9 art, trophy most valuable girls futsal,  premier  drama, honours  fabric technology);  Michael Stephenson (diploma  merit);  Jazmin Taylor (diploma  distinction, premiers  art, English, honours  fabric technology, materials technology (metal), science);  Jayden Te Tana (diploma);  Cassie Winters (diploma);  Dylan Wooliscroft (diploma  merit, honours  English, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies).

Aoraki House: Saoirse Benn (diploma  merit, honours  mathematics);  Amelia Chang (diploma  distinction);  Tam Chanthasen (diploma  distinction, honours  English, fabric technology, mathematics, physical education);  Daniel Clapham (diploma);  Hannah Colson (diploma  distinction, honours  health, mathematics);  Daniel Cowles (diploma  distinction,  boys under-14 cross-country champion,  boys volleyball, premier  physical education, honours  English, health, Latin, mathematics, music, science, social studies);  Matthew Cowles (diploma  distinction, boys basketball,  premiers  mathematics, physical education, social studies, honours  design and visual communication, science);  Kesha Curwood (diploma);  Henry Eden-Mann (diploma  distinction,  drama,  premier  robotics, honours  English, materials technology (wood));  Liam Gill (boys under-15 athletics champion);  Samuel Hendriks (diploma  merit);  Josie Hopkins (honours  English,  mathematics);  Oliver Hughes (diploma  merit);  Kaitlyn Hughes-Trezise (diploma);  Emily Hutton (diploma  distinction, best all-round year 10 art, best girls hockey,  honours  French);  Jorja Hutton (diploma  distinction, girls badminton champion, premier  food technology, honours  mathematics, physical education, science, social studies);  Annie Kennedy-Atchison (diploma  distinction, girls basketball,  girls under-15 cross-country champion, spelling champion, debating shield, best and fairest water polo, cup  best  foreign language student, scholarship  food technology, premiers  food technology, physical education, honours  English, Latin, mathematics, science, social studies);  Maria Kohu-Morris (diploma  merit, year 10 Tikanga Maori);  Min Le Lin (diploma, premier  Chinese);  Beth Lynch (diploma  distinction, excellence  vocal performance, social studies  cup  outstanding  performance, premier  English, honours  digital technology, fabric technology, health);  N’Keyah Marsh (diploma  merit, honours  physical education);  Molly Marshall (diploma  merit);  Ennis Massey (diploma);  Violet McGlynn-Cole (diploma  merit);  Harry McLellan (diploma  merit);  Rosa Miller (diploma  distinction,  debating shield, premier  art, honours  drama, English, social studies);  James Mitchell (diploma  distinction, premier  science, honours  design and visual communication, digital technology, mathematics);  Ella Molteno (diploma  distinction, premiers  drama, materials technology (metal), science, social studies, honours  English, materials technology (wood), mathematics, music);  Cameron Monteath (diploma  distinction, string playing, service to school music,  premier  music, honours  French, science, social studies);  Allen Nardo (diploma  merit);  Caitlin O’Brien (junior diploma with merit, honours in music, physical education);  Cameron O’Connor (diploma);  Bailey Owens (diploma);  Jessie Pearson (diploma  merit, honours  health, science);  Lucy Peck (diploma, honours in art);  Liam Rawson (junior diploma with merit, honours  digital technology);  Helen Ruan (diploma  distinction);  Zak Rudin (diploma  distinction, premiers  drama, English, science, honours  design and visual communication, health, mathematics, physical education, social studies);  Lichen Sorrel (diploma  distinction, most promising boys hockey,  honours  materials technology (wood), physical education);  Danielle Sunitsch (diploma  distinction, premier  Japanese, honours  art, food technology);  Tyranny Sutherland (diploma);  Esther Tamati (diploma  distinction, premier  food technology, honours   English, fabric technology);  Abby Wright (diploma, honours  social studies).

Toroa House: Arlo Aitken (diploma  merit);  Cristina Barriga (diploma  distinction, most improved girls volleyball,  premier  physical education, honours  food technology, French, mathematics);  Olivia Bradfield (diploma  distinction, cup  contribution to  netball, debating shield, premiers  English, social studies, honours  art, drama);  Isaac Cadogan (diploma  distinction);  Grace Valentina Cunningham (diploma  distinction, wind playing, premier  art, honours  science);  Stella Dickie (diploma  distinction);  Britney Finch (diploma  merit);  Evie Freeth (diploma  merit);  Hugh Gibson (diploma  distinction,  spelling champion, honours  digital technology, English);  Mandy Gray (diploma  merit);  Kacy Henley (diploma, honours  mathematics);  Oliver Johnston-Jones (diploma  merit, honours  digital technology);  Alex Lambert-Janes (diploma);  Zakk Marsh (diploma);  Sunny McCabe (diploma  distinction);  Silva McDowell (diploma  distinction);  Kiara McGhie (diploma  merit);  Casper McGuire (diploma  distinction, excellence  stage craft,  public speaking,  junior writing: formal, honours  mathematics);  Finn McKinlay (diploma  distinction,  boys under-15 cross-country champion, cup  excellence  junior contemporary music, excellence  science, honours  Maori, music);  Shamani McQuillan (diploma, honours  art);  Hannah Mitchell (diploma  merit);  Paris Noor (diploma  merit);  Ebony Phillips (diploma);  Mikey Rainbow (diploma  distinction);  Calum Rate (diploma);  Sujata Ritchie (diploma  distinction);  Ethan Roberts (diploma);  Amelia Ross (diploma  distinction, significant contribution to theatre sports);  Bella Sefo (diploma  merit, excellence  stagecraft, honours  social studies);  Sidney Smith (diploma  distinction, premiers  health, social studies, honours  art, drama, English, French, music);  Sam Souquet (diploma  merit, honours  English, science);  Lucy Spittle (diploma  distinction, junior writing: prose);  Molly Stebbings (diploma  distinction, excellence  drama,  Shakespeare: best actor, honours  art);  Aidhan Taylor (diploma  distinction, premier  digital technology, honours  art);  Isabel Townsley (diploma  distinction);  Arnie Tregonning (diploma  distinction);  Amelia Van de Klundert (diploma);  Jakob Wass (diploma merit);  Dylan White (diploma  merit, honours  materials technology (metal), science);  Emma White (diploma  merit, honours  English, physical education);  Emily Whittle (diploma  merit);  Danielle Wilson (diploma);  Zach Wyvill (diploma  merit, honours  drama);  Rintaro Yamamoto (diploma);  Philip Yeardley (diploma  distinction);  Samuel Yeardley (diploma  distinction, most valuable boys  futsal,  physical education department prize, honours  physical education);  Cathy Zeng (diploma  distinction, mathematics department prize, premiers  English, Latin, music, honours  physical education, science, social studies).

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