Cobar High School recognises 2019’s top achievers


Cobar High School Principal Shane Carter presented Darragh McMullen with the Dux award at last Wednesday’s school presentation day.

Darragh McMullen was presented with Cobar High School’s Dux Award for the highest ranking academic student at the school’s end of year presentations last Wednesday.

This year’s perpetual award winners included: Abby Carswell (Anita Salter Nee Winders Memorial Award for Outstanding Participation in Sport, University of Newcastle Year 12 Award for Academic Excellence, Kath Miles Memorial Award for Cooperation and Services, and Caltex Award for Best All Rounder in the Senior School); Australian Defence Force Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Awards—Year 10, Nash Shephard and Year 12, Sandi Mitchell; AM Burgess Scholarships—Cassidi Lawrence and Anna Fee; Student Representative Council Award for Contribution and Efforts—Zoe Carter; JKM Dynamic Fitness Award for Citizenship—Cody Lehmann and Georgie Buckman; Bill Venner Memorial Award for History—Georgia Palazzi; Year 12, 1995 Award for Consistency and Participation—Zachary Broughton; Reuben F Scarf Award for Commitment—Pheonix Webster; CHS Ex Student Award for Achievement—Kelly Archer; 1998 Year 12 Award for Best All Rounder in the Junior Year—Katie Nicholson.

Academic Performance Awards for Outstanding Academic Achievement were presented to Katie Nicholson, Sophie Clark, Braydee Mackey, Mitchell Chaplain, and Brooklyn Mackay.