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our 2020 SENIOR AWARDs

OUR SPORTS AND CULTURAL PEOPLE OF THE YEAR

 

 

Keith Edmonds Memorial Cup for Sportsman of the Year

Tamatea Winiana

 

Frost Plate for Sportswoman of the Year

Chrysanthe Hawken

 

Wilson Wirihana Memorial Trophy and Adams Driving School Prize for excellent effort and attitude in all aspects of Maori Culture

Aniwa Heke

 

The Outstanding Senior Pasifika Student Award

Naumi Teinabo 

 

Tu Mana Maori Trophy for an outstanding Maori role model student

Tamatea Winiana
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DILIGENCE AWARDS

 

for students gaining the most diligence certificates

            

YEAR 12

The Dyson Smythe & Gladwell Award

Dylan Michel
Keya Prajapati

 

 

YEAR 13

The Coresteel Building Award

Jacob Mathers
Anna Pashley

 

 

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS

 

LEVEL 2

(Highest Grade Point Average in top 100 credits over 6 subjects) 

 

The Lions Club of Warkworth Award

Ava Berry

The Paper Plus Award

Chloe Billington

The Warkworth Dental Practice Award

Mackenzie Butler

The Summerset Falls Award 

Jessica McNaughten

The Sentinel Homes Warkworth Award

Katie O’Higgins-Thomass

 

SPECIAL AWARDS

 

 

YEAR 12

 

            

The Tawharanui Regional Park Conservation Award and ECM Barber Shop Prize

for increasing public awareness of conservation issues.          

 
Saskia Wigman
Nathan Strong

 

            

The Leggoe Electrical Prize

for a student with dyslexia, displaying perseverance and achievement          

 
Riley Deans

 

            

The Anthoni and Dudding Cup and The Warkworth Surveyors Prize

for Science at Level 2        

 
Ben McMurtie

  

          

The Insight Legal English Award

for a Level 2 student who shows the most originality and flair in all aspects of English.

They are engaged with language and literature outside of their usual English classwork

and are passionate about language in all its forms

 

Guy van Egmond

 

 

YEAR 13

      

      

The Lions Club of Kowhai Coast Shield and Prize

for the Student Learning Centre pupil who is diligent and shows a caring and positive attitude

 

Alex Jensen

            

The Year 13 Award and The Lions Club of Warkworth Prize for Leadership

Donated by the Year 13 students of 2010           

 

Carissa Smith

The Warkworth Surveyors Prize

for excellence in Digger Driving    

 

Ethan Whitham

            

The Insight Legal Award

for a Level 3 student who shows the most originality and flair in all aspects of English.

They are engaged with language and literature outside of their usual English classwork

and are passionate about language in all its forms           

 

River Usmar

            

The Andrew Coombs Memorial Trophy

and The Isometric Solutions Prize for the most deserving pupil in Digital Technology at L3

 

Logan Scarth

            

 

The Quintal Family Cup and MS Engineering Prize for diligence in Technology      

 

Grifin Crawford

            

 

The Chocolate Brown Prize for creativity and professionalism in Hospitality

 

Reiko Pham

            

The Maltby Family Cup and Brick Bay Wines Limited Prize for Senior Art

 

Willow Whitham

            

The Granville Shield and The 3 Dimensional Builders Prize for Civic Responsibilities 

 

Anna Pashley

            

The Ex-Pupils’ Rose Bowl and The Warkworth Dental Prize for Best All-Rounder

 

Robbie Ennis

 

 

The Rodney Lodge of Freemasons Prize for the senior boy who shows the most initiative,

self-reliance and consideration for others    

 

Ian These

            

The Warkworth Lions Cup and Prize for Excellence in Public Speaking

 
Coco Bone

  

The Withers & Co Prize for the senior girl who shows

the most initiative, self-reliance and consideration for others 

Reiko Pham

The C L Moore Trophy and The Kowhai Physiotherapy Prize

for the highest achieving student across multiple Sciences at Level 3

Leilani Jones

 

​The Friends of Mahu Prize for Deputy Head Girl

  

Coco Bone

            

 

The Friends of Mahu Prize for Deputy Head Boy

 

Alex Bindon

            

 

The Friends of Mahu Prize for Head Girl   

 

Leilani Jones

            

 

The Friends of Mahu Prize for Head Boy   

 

Robbie Ennis
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ACADEMIC AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

 

 

KOWHAI PHYSIOTHERAPY AND HAND THERAPY CLINIC SCHOLARSHIP

 ($300)

For a student who displays high levels of compassion and empathy towards others. 

 

Grace Oliver
Holly Ripley

 

 

 

WARKWORTH COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP ($400 each)

Sponsors Warkworth Taxi and Bus Service and Webster Malcom Law 

 Thanks to the generous support of our local community, these scholarships are awarded for academic achievement, contribution to college life and the ability to continue with studies at tertiary level.

 

Tenaija Fletcher
Rhianna Schedewy

 

STEVE HAYCOCK CONSTRUCTION FUTURE APPRENTICESHIP SCHOLARSHIP

($300)

This is awarded to a student who is going into an apprenticeship in the trades.  It is for the student who has demonstrated that they are employment ready and have produced work to a high standard.

 

Jeremiah Saleupolu

 

 

LEGGOE ELECTRICAL FUTURE APPRENTICESHIP SCHOLARSHIP

($300)

This is awarded to a student who is going into an apprenticeship in the trades.  It is for the student who has demonstrated that they are employment ready and have produced work to a high standard.

 

Marlon Fa'ale

 

 

THE WARKWORTH DRIVING ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIP

($500)

The Warkworth Driving Academy Scholarship is awarded to a Year 12 student who is leaving school to pursue a chosen career. The successful candidate has shown initiative in researching their chosen career, has displayed a positive attitude and good work ethic, and is polite, friendly and well behaved. 

 

Sam Bayer
Cole Teirney

THE BINSTED FAMILY CUP AND AWARD

($400)

This is awarded to a student that shows resilience, determination and an ability in studying senior maths 

Maxwell Meale

 

ARGYLE MANUFACTURING AND PIP FOOTE OF RE/MAX GROUP SCHOLARSHIP

 ($500 each)

For academic excellence in Year 13 for 2019

 

Kate Popham
Ryan Torckler

 

 

MCDONALD ADAMS OPTOMETRISTS SCHOLARSHIP

 ($500)

For a student going on to study Science at University.

 

Annabelle McKenzie

 

 

 

THE NEW ZEALAND SCHOOL OF TOURISM SCHOLARSHIP

($500)

This scholarship is in recognition of an outstanding Tourism student.  The New Zealand School of Tourism would like to encourage the recipient to embark on a pathway of tertiary study with the New Zealand School of Tourism to work towards an exciting career in the Tourism industry.

 

Shanick Simmonds

 

 

 

THE SUE WYNWARD MAORI PASIFIKA HEALTH STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

($1,000)

This is awarded to a Maori or Pasifika student who is leaving school at the end of the year

to commence studies in the Health Industry.

Chrysanthe Hawken

 

 

 

DOLLY WYNYARD TRUST SCHOLARSHIPS

Awarded to suitably talented students to continue with tertiary studies in the Arts or Music.

 

Maxwell Meale ($1,000)
Nasia McLennan ($1,500)
Alex Bindon ($1,500)
Willow Whitham ($2,000)

 

 THE BAILEY EARLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

($2,000)

This scholarship is intended to support a Mahurangi College graduating student who is pursuing a career specialising in computer game development and/or design. 

 

Finn Massey

 

 

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS

 

MASSEY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP

($1,000)

This scholarship is awarded for academic ability and entry into a Business course at Massey University.

 

Reiko Pham

 

 

THE PRIME MINISTER’S VOCATIONAL PATHWAY AWARD

       ($2,000)

This award has been created to celebrate the achievement of secondary students enrolled in vocational programmes and to raise the status of vocational education. The Vocational Pathways include - Construction and Infrastructure, Creative Industries, Manufacturing and Technology, Primary Industries, Service Industries and Social and Community Services. This year, the Prime Minister’s Vocational Pathway Award has been awarded to a student from the Creative Industries who plans to continue her studies at Te Auaha, the New Zealand Institute of Creativity.

 

Vanya Dunn

 

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY HIRANGA SCHOLARSHIPS

($5,000)

This scholarship recognises and supports top-achieving students.

 

Alex Bindon
Coco Bone
Grifin Crawford


 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND LAW FIRST YEAR AWARD

FOR EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP

($5,000)

This scholarship recognises academic and extracurricular achievements of students and supports study

in the Bachelor of Commerce and / or Bachelor of Laws degree programme.

 

Coco Bone

 

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY AUAHA SCHOLARSHIP 

($5,000)

This scholarship recognises and encourages innovation and entrepreneurship

amongst intending first year students at the University of Canterbury.

 

Coco Bone

 

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY ‘GO CANTERBURY’ SCHOLARSHIP

($5,000)

This scholarship is awarded to support students from the Auckland region, with proven academic ability, in their first year of study.

 

Finian Taylor

 

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY HOROMATA SCHOLARSHIP

($6,000)

This scholarship recognises high academic achievement, as well as leadership potential and involvement

in community and/or culture, amongst intending first-year students at the University of Canterbury.

  

Alex Bindon


 

THE AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL LEAVERS SCHOLARSHIPS

($6,500)

This scholarship is awarded to a student who has high academic achievement, makes a significant contribution to the school and / or community. They must therefore hold a leadership position and / or be active in cultural pursuits or sport at a representative level.

 

Chrysanthe Hawken
Nasia McLennan
Ryan Torckler

 

 

THE VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON TANGIWAI SCHOLARSHIPS

($5,000)

 This scholarship is awarded to students primarily on the basis of academic excellence

but also recognises leadership and commitment to the community.

 

Coco Bone
Jowan Nute
Finian Taylor
River Usmar


 

THE VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON TOTOWEKA SCHOLARSHIPS

($5,000)

 This scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit, equity, leadership and commitment to community.

 

Robbie Ennis
Perry Pitcher
Ryan Stam
Juliette Twhigg

 

THE VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON KAHOTEA SCHOLARSHIP 

(Up to the value of $35,000)

 This scholarship is awarded to exceptional students based on criteria centred around academic excellence,

cultural background and community involvement, leadership and equity.

 

Finn Massey

 

 

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND TOP ACHIEVER SCHOLARSHIP

($20,000)

This scholarship is awarded to students in recognition of exceptional academic performance,

outstanding sporting, artistic, cultural and leadership achievements.

 

Leilani Jones 

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO NEW FRONTIERS ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

This scholarship was established by the University of Otago in 2015, in order to recognise academic excellence in secondary school study.

 

Kate Rowe - $ 3,500
Annabelle McKenzie - $3,500
Cormac Blennerhassett  $ TBC

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO LEADERS OF TOMORROW SCHOLARSHIPS

 This scholarship is for a student with academic ability and who exhibits leadership potential.

They need to have been involved with sport and  / or cultural pursuits and to have made a contribution to the community.

 

Coco Bone - $6,000
Jowan Nute - $6,000
Grace Oliver - $6,000
Carissa Smith - $6,000

 

 

 UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO PACIFIC PEOPLES’ ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

($13,000)

 Established to celebrate academic excellence and cultural diversity, these scholarships are intended

to encourage the progression of indigenous Pacific students into tertiary study.

 

Caleb Ripley
Holly Ripley
Tan Robertson

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO MĀORI ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

 Established to celebrate academic excellence and cultural diversity, this scholarship is intended to

encourage the progression of Māori students into tertiary study.

 

Ruby Cooper - $13,000
Ranelle le Bas - $17,000

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO VICE-CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLARSHIP

($15,000)

 The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship was established to celebrate the excellence of students enrolling at Otago University. It is unique amongst the entrance scholarships in that the selection of recipients and the level at which it is offered, is at the discretion of the Vice-Chancellor.

 

Aimee Goddard
Ryan Stam

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO PERFORMANCE ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP

($16,000)

 This scholarship is awarded to students who combine academic strength with outstanding achievements in a chosen performance area. 

 

Rowan Buick
Chrysanthe Hawken

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO 150TH ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP

($20,000)

 This scholarship is in recognition of academic ability and the potential to succeed at university.

 

Leilani Jones

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE ENTRANCE

SCHOLARSHIP

($35,000)

 This scholarship recognises both outstanding academic potential and involvement in activities at school, in the community and / or in sport and cultural pursuits in which leadership has been shown.

 

Robbie Ennis

 

THE GUBBS MOTORS AND MASON CONTRACTORS SCHOLARSHIP

 ($1,000)

 

ALON & AUDREY SHAW TROPHY

 

for PROXIME ACCESSIT

 

of Mahurangi College

 

Jowan Nute

 

 

THE BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE WARKWORTH SCHOLARSHIP

($2,000)

 

PATRICIA & ALAN SCHEDEWY FAMILY CUP

and the

 

 UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO DUX SCHOLARSHIP (value of which is to be determined)

 

for DUX

 

of Mahurangi College

 

Presented by Mr David Macleod

 

Robbie Ennis
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