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Inadequacy along with the ‘right’ mind-set has pushed me to step out of my comfort zone and explore new things. Through this, I’ve not only discovered more about myself and developed my character but I’ve also been blessed to see and experience the beauty of passionate individuals in our world. ➤➤ Tertiary study – medicine ➤➤ I hope to become a paediatrician in the near future. Joel Mercer, Head boy ➤➤ As well as the academic knowledge I have gained, I have also learnt a lot about myself. Through the opportunities I have been given, I have learnt about leadership, perseverance, good attitude and hard work, important qualities for in building character. ➤➤ Tertiary study – engineering which will be a good challenge and a great way to push myself. ➤➤ I will most likely enter the engineering industry, however I am open to changes. It also depends on God’s plan for my life and where He wants me. Either way I would like to be making a difference in people’s lives and in the wider community. Sancta Maria College Samantha Teinakore, Head girl ➤➤ Sancta Maria has taught me the importance of my faith and whakawhanaungatanga. Making connections and communicating enables you to grow mentally, physically and spiritually. Being approachable and supportive has been a key part of my head girl role. I’ve learnt to believe in myself. Having self-confidence is the driving force and is a power which can only be found within. ➤➤ Tertiary study – health science ➤➤ I want to go into paediatric oncology and own my own practice, also study for a PhD. In five years I hope to be regularly volunteering at Starship to get experience and give back as I was a Starship kid, and also go back to Sancta Maria to help mentor the students and show them that dreams are possible. Paddy MacKenzie, Head boy ➤➤ Schooling over an exciting 13 years has given me the power of knowledge and understanding of our modern world. As head prefect I have learnt that being a leader isn’t about doing everything, it’s about using every person’s unique strengths to get things done in the most precise and efficient ways possible. ➤➤ Teritiary study – engineering. ➤➤ I see myself working for an engineering firm and/or travelling the world on an OE celebrating being a graduate before starting full-time work. St Kentigern College Oliver Hadfield, Head boy ➤➤ The college has encouraged me to challenge myself and push the boundaries of my comfort zone. As a result I have learnt that it is vital to take all the opportunities presented to us. By exploring and pursuing new areas of life we push ourselves and grow as people. ➤➤ Tertiary study - law in conjunction with an arts degree, followed by a double degree majoring in politics or history. ➤➤ I hope to practise in the criminal or family court as I am enthusiastic about people. Sancta Maria College: Samantha and Paddy. ➤➤ From page 5 ➤➤ Turn to page 8 Elim Christian College: Isabel and Joel.
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