Presentation Day 2021

At the end of Term 4, we celebrated our student achievements of 2021 at our End of Year Presentation Day.

As is our usual custom, we traditionally have family, special guests and Alumni speakers to celebrate the culmination of the school year with the presentation of academic, sporting, co-curricular and community awards to our students. 

Unfortunately for the second year in a row, COVID restrictions prevented us from celebrating with the extended community, but allowed us the opportunity to celebrate the many successes in Presentation Assemblies within each year group.

We would like to extend our congratulations to all the students for their various achievements and outstanding application towards all areas of their studies. It has been a difficult year of lockdowns and remote learning for our students and teachers. We are extremely proud of all of our students resilience and courage during this year of uncertainty.

A special mention to the following Major Award winners for each Year Group:


Year 7

Ray Williams Encouragement Award - Jack Goodwin
Most Outstanding Student Year 7 - Finya Begg


Year 8

Most Outstanding Student Year 8 - Leila Balangon
Rotary Club of Dural and Glenorie Academic and Leadership Award - Dean Whittaker


Year 9

Most Outstanding Student Year 9 - Jacinta Edmonds Brown
Julian Leeser Book Award - Genevieve Brouillard



Year 10

Robyn Preston Encouragement Award - Christian Maait
Christian Held Memorial Award (as voted by Year 10 cohort - Ashley Cummings
ADF Future Innovators Award - Anthony Cutuk
Junior Girl Champion (Years 7-10) - Charli-Rose Buhagiar
Most Outstanding Student Year 10 - Felicity Rankin
Long Tan Award - Isabella Masters
ABSENT - Junior Boy Champion (Years 7-10) - Ryan Fletcher


Year 11

Most Outstanding Student Year 11 - Olivia Tesoriero
Hills Shire Council Citizenship Award - Charlotte Forbes
Senior Boys Champion (Years 11 & 12) - Tyler Spiteri

CONGRATULATIONS to ALL of our award winners for your determination and commitment to learning throughout the challenges of 2021. Congratulations to ALL Marian students for your resilience, hard work and efforts.