College students offered tertiary places
Brisbane Water Secondary College has acknowledged 18 of its Year 12 graduates on being offered tertiary places.
Leon Capra and Samantha Windley were both offered places in the Bachelor of Arts course at Macquarie University.
Other students to be offered places at Macquarie were Breanna Liley (Bachelor of Psychology) and Holly Yuile (Bachelor of teaching/psychology).
Four students were offered places at the University of Newcastle.
Jackson Quinell and Tess Richmond-Yunn were both offered places in the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science course.
Tess deferred her place in the course, as she was auditioned for and accepted a place in Diploma in Dance (Elite performance) course at Dargie Entertainment dance studio.
Also at the University of Newcastle, Ayva Marshall was offered a place in the Bachelor of Primary Education and Dylan Dawson in Aerospace engineering.
Sally Tranter was offered a place in the Bachelor of Health Science course at the University of Western Sydney.
Grace Mitchell was offered a Classical Music place at the Australian Institute of Music.
Some students were offered places at several institutions.
Lizzie Gilchrist received offers from five institutions in science, bioscience, agriculture, environmental science and education.
Tahlia Campbell received offers from three institutions in medical sciences, advanced science and law.
Lily Fowler received offers from UNSW in politics, philosophy and economics and at Macquarie University for a Bachelor of Economics.
Two other students received offers for bachelor degree courses.
They were Ellen Lopez, in Secondary Education Science, and Scarlett-rose Maitre in Science.
Tasma Smith was offered a place in the Diploma of Dance (elite performance) course at Brent St, Sydney.
Courtney Lee Apps was offered a scholarship to the TAFE Diploma of Early Childhood.
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