We provide academic, creative and performing arts, cultural, sporting and wellbeing opportunities.Debbie Head
An array of Dubbo College Delroy Campus students receive awards at its end-of-year presentation recently.
Emmalia Fernando-Fuller, Ella Pilon, Tanisha Lovett, Adarnna Riley-Coleman, Isabella Fernando and Jesse Trindall were among those who received recognition.
Delroy Campus principal Debbie Head said 2019 was a culturally rich year for the school, with Delroy Campus students performing in the Dubbo Eisteddfod, Aspire Night and Delroy's Got Talent.
Mrs Head highlighted several achievements from Delroy Campus students during 2019, including the significant gains in NAPLAN results for the school's year nine Aboriginal cohort, and the students who completed their Certificate One in Volunteering in the Reading for Life and Counting for Life programs in 2019.
"At Dubbo College Delroy Campus we provide academic, creative and performing arts, cultural, sporting and wellbeing opportunities, so all of our students are supported to be the best version of themselves," Ms Head said.
Academic, AECG, special service and sports awards were presented to students at the ceremony which was emceed by school captains Kady Lake and Jonathan Woods.
Dux awards went to Alexis Pfeiffer from Year seven, Ralph Capricho from Year eight, Brianna Knox from Year nine and Nathaniel Carpenter-Irvine from Year 10. Special service awards, Rawdon Middleton VC scholarships, Mallison Foundation scholarships and the Australian Defence Force Long Tan award were also presented.
The Dubbo West Rotary community service award was presented to Year-eight student Chloe Crowfoot, while Joshua Fallon and Tara Peisley received the William Ferguson medal.
The NSW Premier's Sporting Challenge medal went to Maddyson Eather; the Sports Organiser award was presented to Cheyenne Riley; and the champion house was Macoolari, collected by house captain Kaitlyn Hall.
Delroy Campus sportswoman of the year went to Year 10 student and Macoolari house captain, Kaitlyn Hall. Year 10 student Connor Etcell was awarded sportsman of the year for achieving outstanding results across many sporting fields.