The Western Australian Police Force welcomed 21 Aboriginal Cadets. It was awesome to see Denzel Mourish, one of Warwick’s 2019 Leavers, join them for 2021. Congratulations Denzel!!
The Western Australian Police stated “Aboriginal Affairs Division Superintendent Tony Colfer said the Cadets who hail from as far north as Wyndham, right down to Albany in our south, have commenced an intense initial 3 week training regime, before they deploy to stations throughout the state for a portion of on-the-job training.
These young people have taken a great step towards making a difference in our Western Australian communities, and I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say, they’re to be commended.”
Devdhar Mehta and Louis Marlam
Congratulations to Devdhar Mehta and Louis Marlam, both 2020 Leavers, on being awarded University of Western Australia scholarships for 2021.
Devdhar has been awarded a $25,000 UWA Engineering Scholarship, while Louis receives the $4,500 UWA Hackett Scholarship.
Devdhar Mehta and Dakota Brown
Congratulations to Devdhar Mehta and Dakota Brown, both 2020 Leavers, on being recognised in the School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards for 2020. These Awards were announced on Tuesday 22 December 2020.
Warwick would like to acknowledge the success of our Year 12 ATAR students in achieving a median ATAR of 73.25 (The median is the middle score).
In what was a difficult year for the Year 12 students, we are proud of their achievements. All ATAR eligible students have gained a place at university for 2021, with 92% in their preferred course. Additionally, we also know that many Year 12 non ATAR students from Warwick have enrolled in one of the various university preparation courses, with the goal of commencing their degree during 2021. We could not be prouder!
Special congratulations must go to Devdhar Mehta, 2020 Dux, on joining the 99 Club with an ATAR score of 99.40. This places Devdhar in the top 0.55% of the State. A tremendous achievement!