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From the Principal

Dear St Michael’s College Community,

The Year 12 Graduation Mass was held last week as our traditional farewell to the graduating class. Families and staff gathered to celebrate and pray for our Year 12 students as they prepare for their final secondary schooling commitments and transition to life after school. The Graduation Mass is a significant event and perhaps our most special, as it is a time when we openly celebrate St Michael’s College as a Catholic school in the Lasallian tradition, and recognise the unique gifts of the 2021 graduands.

Following the Mass, Year 12 Awards were once again presented, including the esteemed De La Salle Award. The students recognised with awards, whilst very worthy in their own right, also represent the many St Michael’s students who have contributed to the richness which is College life. Their commitment to personal excellence becomes part of the history and tradition of St Michael’s College.

We acknowledge and congratulate the following students:

De La Salle Award: Sebastian Leaney
Service to the College: Alice Kneebone
Female Athlete of the Year: Ruby Tanner
Male Athlete of the Year: Adam D’Aloia
Outstanding Contribution to the College: Samuel Hornibrook, Tasmyn Fiegert, Alessia Carbone, Angelika Papadopoulos
Performing Arts Award: Monique Monti
Performing Arts Award:
Nadia Spaccavento
Student Citizenship Award: Ruby Tanner
Mary Colton Award: Morgan Cooper
Mary MacKillop Award for Excellence: Christian Dianos
Mark Butler School Award:  Elena Antoniadis
ADF Leadership and Teamwork Award: Kieran Hubert
Ampol Best All Rounder: Charlie Knowles
Brian Gilbertson Co-curricular Music Award: Shamus Horgan

Thank you to all involved in this very special College event. We wish our Year 12s every success as they complete final assessments and undertake exams in coming weeks.

Kind regards,

John Foley
Principal