Class of 2018
A busy week for the Class of 2018 with Formal and Graduation
Graduation and Presentation Night
The Year 12 Graduation and Senior School Presentation Night recognises overall student achievement as well as excellence in specific subjects.
The evening featured the presentation of the Gold Principal’s Medallion, as well as Subject and Year Level Dux Awards, Character Awards and a number of Distinctive Awards.
We would like to congratulate the following recipients: Caltex Best All Rounder Award – Thomas Wright, the Year 12 Tabor Award – James Butt, and the ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership & Teamwork Award – Max Hodges (Year 12) and McKenna Paull (Year 9). Congratulations also to those Year 12s who achieved Academic High Honours: Cameron Walsh, Chloe Van Uitert, Max Hodges, Jacinta Wirth and Aradhana Samuel, and also to Year 11 Dux, Muhammad Husnain, and Year 10 Dux, Jennifer Lynnette Feliciano.
Also announced were the Cedar College Sportspersons of the Year for 2018, awarded for excellence in the sporting arena. This year’s recipients were Lachlan Falco, Samuel Duke and Isabel Schultz.
After a time of speeches, memories and cutting the Graduation cake, the school life of the Class of 2018 drew to a close. Congratulations to all of our Year 12 graduates, we wish the Class of 2018 every blessing as they continue on to tertiary education and various career pathways.
A Formal to Remember
The hail and torrential downpour did not dampen the excitement on the Year 12 night of nights, as they gathered for their penultimate school event, the Year 12 Formal.
With the picturesque Glen Ewin Estate as the backdrop, the students enjoyed canapés and drinks under the shelter of the alfresco area, before making their grand entrance along the red carpet. Introduced by the evening’s MC, Mr du Preez, the Year 12s and their teachers settled down at grouped tables for an entrée, followed by a main course of bountiful shared platters.
In attendance were teachers both current and past, including Reception teacher, Mrs Crawford and Year 6 teachers, Miss Dix and Mrs Jettner, who were able to reminisce with students about their Primary School days. Taking to the dance floor, the Year 12s enjoyed the Nutbush (another Primary School memory), as the evening switched pace to a party atmosphere. Once again the Formal committee, headed by Mrs Jettner, created a very special evening, and one that is sure to remain in the memories of the Year 12s as the perfect way to end their school days.