Hillcrest High pupils’ get 2017 scholarships

2016-11-22 06:00
Photo: supplied Pupils excited about the scholarships.

Photo: supplied Pupils excited about the scholarships.

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HILLCREST High School welcomed accomplished young pupils, who had been awarded scholarships for 2017, at a recent event.

Each pupil was individually received by headmaster, Mr Craig Girvin, and awarded their scholarship certificate.

Also present were the new Hillcrest High pupil leadership team for 2017, who also received individual certificates of welcome from Mr Girvin, and each signed a pledge of service to their school, in their important new roles.

It was special to see the Grade 7’s looking up to their new leaders, albeit a little nervously, and the seniors standing proud, as they welcomed in their new charges. Well done to all pupils.
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