Science success for Traf students
 Baw Baw News   By // 11:48, Monday 31 August 2015

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TRAFALGAR // TWO TRAFALGAR High School students have achieved high distinction awards in the University of New South Wales’ International Science Competition.

First published in the 14 August 2015 edition of the Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen. Click here to read the full edition online.


The school entered 85 of its Select Entry Accelerated Learning program students in the competition earlier this year and results were released earlier this month.

Noah Lawton (year 7) and Carmel King (year 9) achieved high distinctions, which places them in the top one per cent of participants nationally.

Distinctions, which indicate a score in the top 10 per cent, went to Conan Hoggett (year 7), Josh Geiberras (year 8) and David Jeffries (year 10).

In the top 25 per cent of participants with credit awards were: Ethan Bertolli (year 7), Amber Hanly (year 7), Meagan Hawkett (year 7), Jennifer King (year 7), Seth Benson (year 8), Thomas Marshall (year 8), Lorna Mirams (year 8), Karla Hobson (year 8), Raamy Zafar (year 8), Erica Hill (year 9), Zoe Perkins (year 9), Lauren Akers (year 9), Claire McKee (year 9), Emma Stewart (year 9), Larisa Aloyts (year 10), Thomas Kirkbright (year 10), Abbey Stanway (year 10) and Lachlan Warren (year 10).


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2 responses to “Science success for Traf students”

  1. David Wombat Lyons says:

    Well Done guys, those competitions are hard

  2. Di Hammond says:

    It doesn’t matter whether you won something or not. Just the fact you gave it a go is to be celebrated. Well done all!!