Students Succeed

Sonia Lin and Arlene Saptaputra recently represented Carmel College at the North Island final of Round 2 of the Australian-NZ Brain Bee Challenge at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland. They were the best of 514 students from 42 high schools in the North Island. They competed in both team and individual competitions. Arlene successfully made it to the final 8 in the individual competition, finishing 6th. An amazing achievement

 

 

 

Congratulations to Amanda Yap and Janice Sutjiadi who came first in the recent Starlight Talent Showcase.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sonia Lin and Arlene Saptaputra recently represented Carmel College at the North Island final of Round 2 of the Australian-NZ Brain Bee Challenge at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland. They were the best of 514 students from 42 high schools in the North Island. They competed in both team and individual competitions. Arlene successfully made it to the final 8 in the individual competition, finishing 6th. An amazing achievement.

 

 

Congratulations also to Madeleine Xiao who got through to the preliminary rounds of the Wallace National Piano Competition. You can watch Madeleine’s Performance HERE. Madeleine was one of the youngest to enter the competition this year.

 

 

 

Congratulations to the following girls who passed their Karate Grading on Saturday 6 July:

Yellow Belts – Marita Zekry, Chelsea Brown, Sherwin Shaji, Joedi Ocampo and Paige Waddingham

Green Belts – Marian Dikitanan, Xin Ang Lau and Allyza Nerida

Blue Belt – Kiara Tablizo

 

 

Charlotte Gray was one of 30 sailors selected from all over  NZ to attend the inaugural ‘BLAKE Inspire for Sailors’ programme – a six-day environmental leadership development adventure designed for emerging New Zealand sailors. Charlotte attended the  programme in  the first week of the  July school holidays. It was a busy week packed with  conservation programmes and scientific testing to sessions with leading environmentalists, sailing on Lion New Zealand to Tiritiri Matangi and a visit to Emirates Team New Zealand’s base. They learned a considerable amount about the environment and the haste with which we need to act to minimise the impact of climate change. They  also learnt  about the legacy of Sir Peter Blake and  current  restoration and volunteer projects.

 

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