The academic achievements of St Peter Claver College students during Semester 1 were put on show at the College's mid-year College Academic Assembly.
On Wednesday 29 July 2020 more than 125 students received awards for having demonstrated a consistently high level of academic achievement in either their Syllabus subjects or Vocational Education subjects in Terms 1 and 2.
Assistant Principal Curriculum Todd Riggs said, “These students have achieved an overall result between A+ and B+ in all their subjects. Students doing Vocational Education courses have consistently exceeded the industry expectations across their competencies."
Pride for their achievements could be seen written on students' faces as they walked across the stage and accepted their awards.
Principal Terry Finan said it wasn't only the students who received an award that should be proud.
“Everyone should be proud of their efforts and commitment to their learning last semester – especially given the large amount of time spent online-learning due to COVID-19 restrictions," he said.
“These results are a testament to the commitment of the students and the dedication of our teachers and staff."
The Assembly also celebrated Catholic Education Week and 175 years of Catholic Education in Queensland.
This year's College musical 'The Waiting Room' was debuted to students and staff with a musical performance from some of the cast and a screening of the greatly anticipated trailer. Watch this space: the trailer will be released via the SPCC Facebook page in the coming weeks.