Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell was named 2012 dux of Queen Charlotte College at the college's annual awards ceremony.
Principal Tom Parsons presented Cheyenne with the school's top honour, the Dux and Marlborough Lines tertiary study award, in the school hall last night.
The award was one of several awarded to Cheyenne, including various sport achievement certificates, the Patricia Burns Cup for sportswoman of the year, the Julia Braddock Memorial Cup for outstanding contribution to college life by a senior girl, the Kay Buckner Scholarship for Humanities, the Jodie Piper Social Science Cup and the Maori Women's Welfare League Cup for general excellence.
Cheyenne was the college's head girl this year.
Outstanding achievement beyond regional level: Badminton, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell; Joseph Timms; Blair Timms; Janelle Wills; Ryan Endersby; Zoya Timms; Stephanie Lewis; Ahren Watene-Jones; Ben Reihana; Sam Strawbridge; Alice Overend; Lachi Woolf. Netball, Gemma Hika. Rowing, Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol; Caitlin Harvey; Rebekah Riach. Touch Rugby, Nellee Gregor; Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell; Hana Wilson; Kayla Wilson; Tamsin Woolf; Godwin Omosigho; Kayla Cunningham-Moore; Joseph Timms; Ben Reihana; Jenna Karena; Tyler Sintes; Blair Timms; Levon Conroy-Mosdell; Jacob Collins. Rugby, Ahren Watene-Jones; Sam Strawbridge; Daniel Cronin; Keelan Murrell. Speed Skating, Sam McDonald. Sailing, Alice Overend. Athletics, Tamsin Woolf. Taekwon Do, Dani Gibbs. Football, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell. Bowling, Matt Larsen-Horne. Surf Life Saving, Nicholas Meiklejohn; Megan Cook. Skiing, Lina Schoni. Judo, Troy Brownlee. Equestrian, Monica Lewis. Dance, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell; Sophie Bendell. Other Distinctions, Georgia Bagge ICAS High Distinction; Ben McQuarrie ICAS High Distinction; Ahren Watene-Jones ICAS Distinction; Muske Hertoghs ICAS Distinction; Bailey Gardner ICAS Distinction. The Terrance Huntley Cup for the Single Most Outstanding Achievement, Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol.
Sports awards: Tamahine Bell Trophy, Rangatira; David Kenny Memorial Cup for Contribution to Junior Sport, Alice Overend; Queen Charlotte College junior sportsperson Trophy, Lachlan Woolf; Picton Rowing Club Trophy, Tamsin Woolf; Patricia Burns Cup Sportswoman of the Year, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell; Tully Trophy Sportsman of the Year, Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol; Rod Thomas Trophy Supreme Sportsperson of the Year, Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol.
Community service awards: Inner Wheel Cup for Community Service, Oli Overend; Picton Pre-School Award, Dani Gibbs; Access Control and Security Award, Leon Bristow; Zonta Club of Marlborough Cup for Service to Others, Jesse Rawlings; American Field Service Trophy, Greg Strawbridge; Curtis Piper Memorial Cup for Outstanding Contribution to College Life by a Senior Boy, Greg Strawbridge; Julia Braddock Memorial Cup for Outstanding Contribution to College Life by Senior Girl, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell.
Nga Taonga Maori: Lennox Love Trophy, Sondra Bunt-Muir; Te Atiawa Trophy, Dani Gibbs; He Taonga Te Reo Trophy, Kelvyn Mackie; Shaun Wharehoka Cup, Jade Shallcrass; Kia Kaha Trophy, Kayla Cunningham-Moore.
Aquaculture awards: Aquaculture Book Prize, Tim Baxter; Aquaculture Achievement Prize in Year 13, Brendon Roach; Aquaculture Trophy and Marine Farming Association Scholarship, Blair Timms; King Salmon Aquaculture Scholarship, Daniel Small; Devon Payne.
Year 7 academic awards: Jubilee Trophy for Comradeship and Service in Year 7, Gemma O'Rourke. Merit Certificates, Jack McFadden; Isis Harvey; Rachael Beach; Rosalie Arias; Keita Idogawa-Maxwell.
Year 7 academic prizes: Tom Foley; Liberty Forbes.
Year 8 academic awards: Certificate for Personal Best, Jessica Cameron; Coco Watson; Callum McGuire. Merit Certificates, Alice Overend; Ben Miskell; Evan Vallender; Maxwell Thompson; Bethan Grant.
Year 8 academic prizes: Georgia Bagge; Oli Overend.
Year 9 academic awards: Certificate For Personal Best, Jasmine Parr; Kianna Angel. Merit Certificates Sam Strawbridge; Billie Coleman-Borwick; Ruby Lines; Ahren Watene-Jones.
Year 9 academic prizes: Kate Overend; Lachlan Woolf.
Year 10 academic awards: Certificate for personal best, Yske Hertoghs; Keenan Love; Dylan Ivamy. Merit certificates, Kelvyn Mackie; Niall Thrupp; Sam McDonald; Jack Foley; Matt Cox; Hayley Chapman; Alex Ryde; Gloria Harvey. Sounds Print trophy for excellence in the arts in the junior school, Gloria Harvey. A D Gibb Cup for intermediate public speaking, Alan Harvey.
Year 10 academic prizes: Alan Harvey; Bailey Gardner; Tyler Sintes.
Senior academic awards
Year 11: Certificate for first in Subject, Hamish Neal; Tuku Pairama-Reihana. Lochmara Lodge Hospitality Award, Samantha Saunders. Raramai Mason Art Trophy, Dani Gibbs. Melissa Cragg Cup for Promotion of the Arts, Dani Gibbs. Rotary Rosebowl for Senior Public Speaking, Dani Gibbs. Year 11 Academic Merit Awards, Dani Gibbs; Jackson Bagge; Tarn Greenlaw; Sarah Hayden Academic Achievement Trophy for Best Results in Year 11, Tamsin Woolf.
Year 12: Certificate for Personal Best, Rebekah Riach Certificate for firstt in Subject, Huria McLaren-Davies; Angie Clapperton; Arthur Spatz; Dimpy Yadav; Sean Slaaf. Year 12 Academic Merit Awards, Iyesha McCormick; Louise Stuart; Nick Ivamy; Ruby Maurice; Moana Dixon. Bishell Scholarship, Nellee Gregor. Year 12 Academic Excellence Trophy, Muske Hertoghs; Caitlin Harvey. Bette Devine Cup for Excellence in Sporting, Cultural and Academic at Year 12, Caitlin Harvey.
Year 13: Principal's leavers certificates, Meghan Birtles; Jordy Bunt; Tom Hackett; Oliver Hill; Brydon Horton; Jahmaica Huntley; Lydia Huntley; Vegas Kumeroa-Carver; Jonathan Lewis; Jordan Macdonald; Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol; Ben McCulloch; Lochie McDonald; Ryan Mclachlan; Godwin Omosigho; Veejay Raizada; Ben Reihana; Lewis Richards; Brendon Roach; Jade Shallcrass; Joseph Timms; Kayla Wilson; Hana Wilson; Sondra Bunt-Muir; Jack Morton; Alex Skene; Rebecca Perret Wills; Nick Baxter; Callum Mudgway; Anastzja Ryde; Josh Gilligan; Chantze Usher-Somers; Ben McQuarrie; Stephanie McKay; Jacinta Chapman; Abbey Pruden; Lily Brewin; Jake Nevin; Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell; Justin Richards. Certificate for first in subjects, Sondra Bunt-Muir; Jack Morton; Alex Skene; Rebecca Perrett-Wills. Year 13 academic merit awards, Nick Baxter; Callum Mudgway; Anastzja Ryde; Josh Gilligan; Jacinta Chapman; Abbey Pruden; Lily Brewin. Southern Hospitality prize, Jake Nevin; Chantze Usher-Somers. Hilliard Trophy for creative writing, Ben McQuarrie. Education Services Cup for achievement in business studies, Callum Mudgway. Dawkins Award, Callum Mudgway. Picton Quilters Award, Lily Brewin. Picton Sculpture Symposium award, Abbey Pruden. Fiona Rigby Woman's Suffrage Commemorative Trophy for achievement in mathematics and science, Anastazja Ryde. NMIT Scholarship, Stephanie McKay. Zonta Tertiary, Sondra Bunt-Muir. Te Rangatahi O Wairau Academic Award, Sondra Bunt-Muir. Nelson Federation of Graduate Women Trust grant, Jacinta Chapman. Dr John Buckner Prize for science, Josh Gilligan. Gwen Nimmo scholarship, Nick Baxter. Kay Buckner Scholarship for Humanities, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell. Jodie Piper Social Science Cup, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell. Maori Womens Welfare League Cup for General Excellence, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell.
Special Award: Forbes Wilson Trophy, Dani Gibbs.
Presentation to Head Girl and Head Boy: Head Girl, Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell. Head Boy, Joseph Timms.
Proxime Accessit and Marlborough Lines tertiary study award: Justin Richards
Dux and Marlborough Lines tertiary study award: Cheyenne Conroy-Mosdell
- The Marlborough Express
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