Concordia honours academic success at Scholars Assembly

Monday 30 Mar

Concordia Lutheran College welcomed back the top performing students from the Class of 2019 for the annual Scholars Assembly which recognises academic achievement. Students from Years 7 to 12 enjoyed a special presentation from Class of 1998 Old Scholar Mr Brett Humphrey who spoke about his career in the engineering industry.

Together the staff and students of Concordia congratulated the following Old Scholars for their achievements:

Holly Yarrow (OP2 / Dux): Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) through USQ and is aiming to spend 6 months of her second year studying in England through a university exchange program. Holly received the USQ Chancellor's Excellence Scholarship which includes a Study Abroad package.  

Stuart Jeffery (OP3): Bachelor of Arts & Law, majoring in International Relations at the University of Southern Queensland. Stuart received the USQ Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship valued at $20,000 plus the opportunity to participate in the Student Ambassador program.

Benjamin Ferguson (OP6): Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at USQ. Ben received a USQ Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship valued at $20,000 plus the opportunity to participate in the Student Ambassador program.

Laura Knott (OP6): Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours), planning to major in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Queensland

Rachel Peake (OP6): Bachelor of Education (Secondary) at University of Southern Queensland - Double Major in Music and Maths. Rachel received the USQ Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship valued at $20,000 plus the opportunity to participate in the Student Ambassador program.

Jordan Schloss (OP7): Bachelor of Environmental Science at Sunshine Coast University.

Amber Skinner (OP7): Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition at the University of Queensland.