Flinders NT Poche Science Awards 2017

Tennant Creek High School Awards 2017 - Troyston Corbett – Year 11

Congratulations to the winners of Flinders NT Poche Science Achievement Awards, presented to Northern Territory Middle and High School students in December.

These awards, consisting of a Certificate of Achievement in Science and a prize, identify students who are high achievers and/or who show a keen interest in Science, with the aim of encouraging those wanting to study Medicine to do so in the Northern Territory.

20 schools in the Northern Territory participated including 7 remote, 1 rural and 12 urban, with a total of 64 awards being made.

In 2017, Tennant Creek High School came on board for the first time, with the following students receiving awards:

  • Troyston Corbett – Year 11
  • Kalheel Galaminda – Year 10
  • Kayla Costello – Year 9 (photo not available)
  • Myles Fitz – Year 8
  • Jai Renfrey-Carroll – Year 7

Flinders NT staff from Darwin, Katherine, Nhulunbuy, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs are invited to present the awards at the end-of-year presentations.

Find out more about studying Medicine in the Northern Territory

Tennant Creek High School Awards - Kalheel Galaminda
Kalheel Galaminda – Year 10
Tennant Creek High School Awards - Myles Fitz
Myles Fitz – Year 8
Tennant Creek High School Awards - Jai Renfrey-Carroll
Jai Renfrey-Carroll – Year 7
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