Student Achievements - Term 2, 2018 | Bunbury Cathedral Grammar

Student Achievements - Term 2, 2018


Student Achievements - Term 2, 2018

Our students continually achieve excellent results in a range of academic, sporting and co-curricular pursuits both within and outside of the School. Read a snapshot of student achievements during Term 2:  

Alcoa Naturebridge Scholarship

Hamish Leahy (Year 12) and Giselle Taylor (Year 11) will travel to Yosemite National Park in August as part of the Alcoa Foundation Naturebridge scholarship.

Alliance Fran├žaise

Isadore Farnworth (Year 9) was awarded first place in the Regional category of The Alliance Fran├žaise Poem Recitation Competition for Year 9 to 10. She also placed highly amongst the top 10 metropolitan finalists. Isadore recited from memory the poem Marine by Paul Verlaine.


Emilia Forrest (Year 12) was named as Busselton Freight Services rising star award for March.


Bede Wetherell (Year 6), Jake Townsend-Hyde (Year 7), Cameron Duff (Year 7) and Ella Frost (Year 7) have been selected in the WA Hockey 12s team to compete in Newcastle in Term 3.


Harriet Wedderburn (Year 12) was selected for the AFLW state 16s squad.

Lewis Evans-Thomson (Year 11) was inducted into the WA AFL 16 State Academy and the state team.


Ella Taylor (Year 11), Giselle Taylor (Year 11) and Jessica Repacholi (Year 12) have been offered scholarships with the Western Australian Institute of Sport. The aim of the program is to support the development of West Australian netballers who are considered capable of progressing to the highest representative levels of their sport.

Ella Taylor (Year 11) and Giselle Taylor (Year 11) were also selected into the under 17 national squad.


Samuel Ellis (Year 9) will represent Western Australian the 2018 Swimming Team at the School Sport Australia National Championships in Hobart, Tasmania in July.

X Adventure

Jake Townsend-Hyde (Year 7) won the boys under 18 event with Franco Van Zyl (Year 10) placing third. Lauren Mellett (Year 10) won the ladies and the under 18 events. Fletcher Brown (Year 5) won the boys under 11 event and Lucy Murray (Year 3) placed second in the under 8 girls race.

University Scholarship

Jamie McGregor (Year 12) made it to the final 75 out of 682 applicants for the Tuckwell Scholarship at the Australian National University (ANU). Despite being unsuccessful for the Tuckwell, he is now guaranteed an offer of place at ANU in 2019 on a different scholarship.