Saint Kentigern Scholarships 2019
November 01, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Each year at Senior College Prizegiving, the College awards special Saint Kentigern Scholarships to our highest achieving scholars in recognition of their academic achievement. This year, eight scholarships were awarded to be put towards further study.
Jesse (Xiyuan) Niu, this year’s NCEA Dux and William Feng, our IB Diploma Dux, each received $3000, whilst the other six, Harriette Baxter (NCEA), Misaki Chen (NCEA), Ben Fraser (NCEA), Jason Hatton (NCEA), Margaret Li (IB) and Cindy Yi (NCEA), each received $1000.
In addition to the Dux Medal and Saint Kentigern Scholarship, Jesse was also awarded The Matheson Prize for Mathematics with Calculus, The Goldson Prize for Chemistry and he has also been awarded a University of Auckland Top Achiever Scholarship worth $20,000.
IB Diploma Dux medallist and Saint Kentigern Scholarship recipient, William, was also awarded The IB Diploma Prize for Chinese, The IB Diploma Prize for Economics, The IB Diploma Prize for Mathematics, and The IB Diploma Prize for Physics.
Harriette was also awarded the Spanish Prize and The Stevens Prize for Classical Studies. Misaki was also awarded a University of Auckland Top Achiever Scholarship worth $20,000. Ben was also awarded The Lambie Prize for Geography, The Bankier Prize for History, the Rotary Senior College Service Award and a University of Auckland Top Achiever Scholarship worth $20,000. Jason was awarded the Media in Society Prize, the Technology Animation and Motion Graphics Prize and the Technology Computer Science Prize and an AUT Significant Student Scholarship worth $6,500. Margaret was also awarded the IB Diploma Prize for History, the IB Diploma Prize for English and a University of Auckland Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Scholarship worth $5000. Cindy was also awarded the Frank Reeves Memorial Cup for Literature and a University of Auckland Top Achiever Scholarship worth $20,000.
We congratulate each of these students and wish them the very best as they move on to their tertiary studies.
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