Dubbo College South Campus presented several awards to students during its annual end-of-year awards presentation.
Year 10 student Harrison Kater received the Jim Miller Award for Achiever of the Year, while Year 10 colleagues Rosa Buchanan and Jonathon Gleeson received the Rotary Club of Dubbo South Awards for Citizenship and Leadership.
South Campus 2019 captain Sorelle Thomas, and colleague Imogen Pettit received Rawdon Middleton Scholarships, donated by the Bindyi Club.
Charlotte Root received the Principal's award for excellence in debating, and Liam Boon received the National Gallery of Australia award for excellence in visual arts.
Harrison Maybury picked up the Mastellotto Family Award for soccer and the James Kennedy Memorial Trophy for male sportsperson of the year went to Hamish Wood.
The female sportsperson of the year was awarded to Ella Murray. Prestige awards went to Ruby Purcell, Mali Hopkins-Davies, Sarah Williamson, Abby Knaggs, Banko Tucker, Amy Moore, Koda Sissian, Alexandra Morley, Jye Day, Ruby Eggert, Nate Parkes, James Mann, Angela Carolan, Jessica Hall, Tamieka Howey, Takara Gaio, and Mary Magdalene Van Zyl. Aboriginal Education Consultative Group awards were presented to Tyrone Toomey, Diranjah Powell, Peter Milson and Sarah Howarth. Aurora Awards went to Eve Bailey, Mali Hopkins-Davies, Thomas Dickens, Julia Delos Reyes and Rory Stein.