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Another outstanding year of academic achievement

 

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Many St Andrew’s College students achieved outstanding success in NCEA, with a total of 228 Excellence endorsements (or 36 per cent of students) achieving this highest benchmark across all three year levels (74 at Level 1, 77 at Level 2, and 77 at Level 3). Congratulations to all students who gained overall Excellence endorsements, along with the many students who gained subject endorsements..

99.5%

gained NCEA at Level 1     

99.5%

gained NCEA at Level 2     

96.1%

gained NCEA at Level 3     

88.9%

gained University Entrance  

Hamilton Martin – Dux 2019

Hamilton Martin was the deserved winner of the David Wilton Prize for the Dux of St Andrew’s College for 2019. He excelled across a number of academic disciplines and was awarded five NZQA Scholarships – in Chemistry, Physics, Classics, English, and Calculus. Hamilton was also awarded a General Excellence Prize, the Beanland Cup for Year 13 History, and the Physical Science Prize. He won a silver medal in the 2019 Chemistry Olympiad competition, achieved Scholarship Calculus as a Year 12 student, and attained an A+ in his university Mathematics paper. 

New Zealand Scholarship Awards

Congratulations to the 19 Year 13 students and five Year 12 students who achieved 39 Scholarships between them, after gaining some of the very best marks in the country across a range of subjects. A special congratulations to College Dux, Hamilton Martin, and Charles Zhang who achieved five Scholarships each, and Mackey Johnston who gained the top mark in New Zealand for Technology and won an Outstanding Scholarship. The two other Outstanding Scholarship winners (finishing in the top 50 students nationwide) were Thomas Pope-Kerr (English) and Philip Nordt (Drama).

  • Daniel Bishop – Chemistry, Accounting;
  • Jordan Bourke (Year 12) – Chemistry, Calculus;
  • Samuel Croot (Year 12) – Chemistry, Physics, Calculus;
  • Aleisha Davis (Year 12) – Chemistry, Physics;
  • Samantha Ferrier – Painting;
  • Shannon Fraser – Economics;
  • Charles Fulton – Chemistry;
  • Louis Grant – Geography;
  • Yuji Hattori – Calculus;
  • Mackey Johnstone – Technology ICT (Outstanding);
  • Jin Ju (Victoria) Lee – Music;
  • Ayla Marshall – Health/Physical Education;
  • Hamilton Martin – Chemistry, Physics, Classics, English, Calculus;
  • Imogen McNeill (Year12) – English;
  • Juliette Newman – Biology;
  • Philip Nordt – Drama (Outstanding);
  • Thomas Pope-Kerr – English (Outstanding), Geography;
  • Arsh Primuswala – Geography;
  • Eva Pringle – Health/Physical Education;
  • Tom Shipley – Agriculture/Horticulture;
  • Rose Siebuhr – English;
  • Jack Stokes – Agriculture/Horticulture;
  • McKenna Wilson (Year12) – Geography, English;
  • Charles Zhang – Physics, Geography, Classics, Statistics, English.

Board Scholarships

The following group of student leavers from 2019, were presented with Board of Governors Scholarships after gaining NCEA Level 3 Excellence endorsements.

  • Jemma Alexander
  • Harry Anderson
  • Jasmine Ball
  • Sienna Beer
  • Alexandra Bingham
  • Daniel Bishop
  • Andrew Blay
  • Anika Boet
  • Ashleigh Bradford
  • Marcella Bragg
  • Ethan Bright
  • Rinay Chandra
  • Lewis Edmond
  • Samantha Ferrier
  • Shannon Fraser
  • Charlie Fulton
  • James Garbett
  • Victor Gan
  • Samuel Gordon
  • Callum Hampton
  • Etienne Harrington-Watt
  • Blake Harvey
  • Yuji Hattori
  • Loren Hay
  • Mackey Johnstone
  • Mikeely Jones
  • Jack Kelliher
  • Grace Kelly
  • Thomas Kepple
  • Charlie Kinney
  • Justine Klassen
  • Shea Laws
  • Jin Ju (Victoria) Lee
  • Meg Longley
  • Ayla Marshall
  • Hamilton Martin
  • Corban Mathewson
  • Bruno Mitchell
  • Bradley Moreton
  • Megan Moore
  • Francesca Morrow
  • Jake Newlands
  • Juliette Newman
  • Philip Nordt
  • Matthew Palmer
  • Hana Pearce
  • Thomas Pope-Kerr
  • Henry Qiu
  • Angus Rainey
  • Ayrton Shadbolt
  • Rose Siebuhr
  • Tom Shipley
  • Alicia Smith
  • Victoria Spratt
  • Abbey Stokes
  • Oscar Story
  • Fredrick Studholme
  • Iona Taylor
  • Jamie Te Whata
  • Oscar Toohey
  • Bella Trott
  • Cassia Trowsdale
  • Meg Vallabh
  • Dunyachut (Rocky) Vatananan
  • Zachary Venning
  • Luca Vinnell
  • Yingquan (Andrea) Wang
  • Levi Wilson
  • Elliot Wood
  • Charles Zhang
  • Jenny Zhu
  • Tony Zhou

 

Many students achieved outstanding success in NCEA with a total of 228 Excellence endorsements gained across all three levels.

 

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