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Awards and Achievements

Congratulations to Marrara students for their outstanding achievements.

Emma – Year 12 Student

Emma was recently announced as the winner of the Art Educators of the Northern Territory Award. Emma’s artwork titled ‘Two Sides of the Same Coin’ celebrates culture and individuality. The timber discs painted in oil and synthetic polymer feature portraits of her parents and herself.

Sanchia Year 

Rhythmic Athlete of the Year – Darwin Gymnastic Club

Kane & Jayden –Year 12

Under 18 Premiers for Nightcliff Tigers Football Club 

Leon & Chad – Year 10

Under 16 Premiers for Darwin Buffaloes Football Club

Marley, Kayla Year 7 Students

Caity & Mariya Year 9 Students

Under 14 Premiers for St Mary’s Football Club

Zayne – Year 10

NT Aged Champion (15 years) in Swimming

High Distinction Achievers – Year 12

The following Marrara students, who offered Research Project B as one of their subjects for Year 12 last year, were granted advanced standing for one of the compulsory units, CUC100 Academic Literacies through Exploring Sustainability offered at Charles Darwin University.

These students have achieved excellent results from SACE last year. In addition to this, they also did a presentation of their research at the University in front of a panel of University lecturers. They have done exceptionally well in their presentations and have gained a lot of positive feedback. All of them achieved High Distinction and scored above 90%.

The students were recognised in an award ceremony at Charles Darwin University, which was attended by the university staff, teachers, family and friends.

Well done and congratulations. NTCC is proud of you.

Meggy Alivia – High Distinction

Brenda Kibitok – High Distinction

Jesse Watson – High Distinction

Jadon Jenner – High Distinction

Kaleigh Christofis – High Distinction

Noah van Bentum – High Distinction

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