A true all-round pupil is one who excels in the arts, academia and sport, just like Ali Macharg who is an accomplished ice hockey player, pupil and saxophonist.
As a young woman with an acute awareness of other people's needs, Hanneke Lewthwaite (17) is destined to fulfil her dreams of helping others.
Helping and communicating with others are important to Jane McCulloch.
Heath Friedlander's talent often precedes him.
The diversity of personalities and talent involved in cricket make it the sport of choice for Jordan Horrell.
Building a life-size hovercraft while in year 9 was a proud moment for practical academic David Smith.
The physical, challenging sport of karate gets Milton teenager Allan O'Sullivan's blood pumping.
Small classes and one-on-one attention are behind Rosa McPhee's academic success and her ability to participate in a range of school activities.
Here's Hayden Dalton. Who would have thought the Where's Wally children's books would have such an impact on the 17-year-old's life.
"I don't like to fail. My greatest challenge this year has been giving enough time to each of my pursuits to make sure I don't fail.''
Despite spending much of her time in and around water, Stephanie Botting enjoys running around the netball court more than anything.
The willingness to give anything a go has allowed Thomas Telford (17) to participate in everything from school productions to rugby scrums.
Sport, performance and science have created a wonderful concoction of enjoyment and success for Megan Hunter.
The competitive nature of sport is what Leigh-Anne Joyce thrives on, and she does not mind if it gets a little bit rough.
Patrick Kearney has made the most of opportunities given to him during his school years, from playing rugby to studying at university level.
"I realised when I was very young that when I got into trouble, the truth could be used for diplomatic purposes. I learnt to weigh things up, suss out situations and evaluate the best course of action. In short, I learnt how to find the best argument.''
At 17, Celia Bell has the jump on most people her age.
For a school pupil who takes a relaxed, ‘‘by ear'' approach to life, Rowan Tumai (18) stands out as a leader within his sports and school community.
Lights, camera, action... Emily Berryman (17) hopes to light up the world with a career in film and theatre, and give audiences a welcome escape from their daily trials and tribulations.
Some people say you should live in the moment.