ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRADUATION
Proxime Accessit - Lydia Palaiologou
Catholic Cathedral College is proud of the 2020 examination results, especially as it was a COVID year. We celebrate the achievement of all our students who have achieved their personal goals through hard work and perseverance. Those students with Excellence and Merit endorsements are acknowledged and celebrated at the end of Term 1 prizegiving assembly.
The Dux is awarded to the Year 13 student with the highest academic standard. Dux is calculated on a grade point average that takes into account internal assessment results and derived grade exam results completed by the end of week 1 in Term 4.
Dux Award - Eugene Bonot
Proxime Accessit Award - Lydia Palaiologou
Dux Award - Eugene Bonot Proxime Accessit - Lydia Palaiologou
Graduation Prizegiving at the start of Term 4 as we farewell our senior students before their exams is always a great celebration.
"Through the teaching and learning programmes we offer, through the range of opportunities and extracurricular activities we can provide, through the pastoral culture that we develop, our graduates will be people of faith who know and love Jesus, are confident, resilient, lifelong learners who will be willing and able to make a positive contribution to a society that seeks equality, justice, compassion, tolerance and respect for others." Tony Shaw
Our graduation criteria allows us to acknowledge all of our Y13 who may achieve in various ways throughout the year.
Further details support these criteria which are given to Y13 at the start of the year.
Dux Award - Thomas Munro
Proxime Accessit was jointly awarded to Raziel Manuel (Left) and Moana Ramos (Right)
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