2016 SENIOR PRIZEGIVING RESULTS

Year 11 Merit Awards

Year 12 Merit Awards

Year 13 Merit Awards

Year 11 Excellence Awards

Year 12 Excellence Awards

Year 13 Excellence Awards

Extra Curricular Awards

Major Extra Curricular Awards

Academic Prizes

Major Awards

Year 11 Merit Awards

Lara Alves

 Merit in Science

Thornton Birchler-Stockdill

Merit in Science

Tenielle Booth        

Merit in Food, Nutrition and Health

Joseph Bryning

Merit in Technology (Hard Materials)

Viktoria Derik-Westaway

Merit in English

Max Goodwin        

Merit in Primary Industry Academy

Caleb Griffin

Merit in Technology (Trades)

Kenta Ito

Merit in Level 2 Japanese

Emmalee King

Merit in Art

Lewis Penrose

Merit in Art

Ginga Shimomura

Merit in Japanese (Distance Learning)

Akane Yasuda

Akane Yasuda        Merit in English for Speakers of Other Languages

Yssanne Billedo

Merit in Physical Education and Science

Kate Braidwood

Merit in Agriculture and Science

Victoria Pluck

Merit in English and Geography

Lester Tambo

Merit in Design and Visual Communication and English for Speakers of Other Languages

Jackson Allred

Merit in Business Studies, Digital Technology and Mathematics

Jordan Francis

Merit in English, Mathematics and Physical Education

Year 12 Merit Awards

Mia Birt

Merit in Agriculture

Jasmine Blake

Merit in Early Childhood (Gateway)

Grace Callaghan

Merit in English

Macey Dalglish

Merit in Beauty and Hair (Gateway)

Kathleen Mackle

Merit in Equine (Gateway)

Jerome Mangawil

Merit in English for Speakers of Other Languages        

Dylan McClintock

Merit in Outdoor Education

Kaylee Sawyers

Merit in Beauty and Hair (Gateway)

Olivia Shears

Merit in Veterinary (Gateway)

Logan Tibby

Merit in Building (Gateway)

Annalise Early

Merit in Mathematics and Physics

Brittney Harris

Merit in Hospitality (Gateway) and Tourism

Kyle Inch

Merit in Design and Visual Communication and Digital Technology

Louis McDonald

Merit in Primary Industry Academy and Technology (Trades)

Kristina Jardine

Merit in Biology, Chemistry, Economics and Mathematics

Year 13 Merit Awards

Edward Birchler-Stockdill

Merit in Design and Visual Communication

Abbey Brady

Merit in Digital Technology

Brianna Bruce

Merit in History

Ben Copland

Merit in Building (Gateway)

Caitlyn Fleming

Merit in Geography

Michael Hampton

Merit in Agriculture

Brooke Sandys

Merit in Statistics

Shae Harkness

Merit in Health Science (Gateway)

Andrew Henderson

Merit in Economics

Anna Ikenaga

Merit in Art

William Jessep

Merit in Mathematics with Calculus

Samuel Kemp

Merit in Economics

Rory Maxwell

Merit in Agriculture

Thomas McKendry

Merit in Infrastructure (Gateway)

Douglas Richards

Merit in Agricultural Science (Gateway)

Isabella Roberts

Merit in Statistics

Salve Aburquez

Merit in Hospitality (Gateway) and English for Speakers of Other Languages

Hamish Begg

Merit in Design and Visual Communication and Economics

Ma. Joebeth Caranay

Merit in Hospitality (Gateway) and English for Speakers of Other Languages

Mikayla Griffin

Merit in Digital Technology and Tourism

Mark Wilson

Merit in Biology and Statistics

Belinda Norrie

Merit in Agricultural Science (Gateway) and Physical Education

Melanie Haworth

Merit in Economics, French (Distance Learning) and History

Emily Talbot

Merit in Biology and Mathematics with Calculus

Darren Cavill

Merit in Economics, Physical Education and Statistics

“EVERY DAY HERO AWARD”
This award is for “A school leaver who, every day, faces life with courage, determination and dignity.

The 2016 Mount Hutt College Everyday Hero recipient is:  Rina Suzuki

The Principal’s Award for Head Girl

Brooke Sandys

The Principal’s Award for Head Boy

Bailey Kinvig

Excellence Awards – Mount Hutt College Senior Prizegiving 2016

Year 11 Excellence Awards

Levi Barker

Excellence in Science

Courtney Guise

Excellence in Food, Nutrition and Health

Matthew Houston

Excellence in History

George Kiely

Excellence in Level 1 and Level 2 Outdoor Education

Benjamin McKenzie

Excellence in Digital Technology

Andrew Peel

Excellence in Level 1 and Level 2 Outdoor Education

Benjamin Purdom

Excellence in Primary Industry Academy

Joshua Ree

Excellence in Physical Education

Hillary Shears

Excellence in Food, Nutrition and Health

Hine Kerapa-Wairepo

Excellence in English

Trinity Daniels

Excellence in Fashion and Textiles; Merit in Food, Nutrition and Health

Jack Houston

Excellence in Technology (Hard Materials) and Technology (Trades)

Kristie Hunter-Letham

Excellence in Design and Visual Communication; Merit in Physical Education

Isabella Seque

Excellence in Science; Merit in Physical Education

Jakob Smith

Excellence in Physical Education; Merit in Science

Rikuto Takagawa

Excellence in Japanese; Merit in Mathematics

Danielle Chalke

Excellence in Food, Nutrition and Health;Merit in English and Physical Education

Ashley Esler

Excellence in Agriculture; Merit in English and History

Jahnavi Soni

Excellence in English for Speakers of Other Languages; Merit in Food, Nutrition and Health and Science

Kate Brady

Excellence in Food, Nutrition and Health and Mathematics; Merit in Digital Technology and Physical Education

Christopher Spittal

Excellence in Digital Technology and English; Merit in Business Studies and Mathematics

Richard Turpie

Excellence in Physical Education; Merit in Agriculture, Business Studies and Science

Emma Fairweather

Excellence in History and Science; Merit in English, Geography and Mathematics

Jaime Lamond

Excellence in Business Studies, English and Mathematics; Merit in Geography, Science and The Holmes Family Cup – Most improved NCEA Music Student

Peter Joseph Todd

Excellence in Mathematics and Science; Merit in Design and Visual Communication, Economics (Distance Learning) and English

Edmund Fordyce

Excellence in Business Studies, Digital Technology, English and Physical Education

Georgie Holdsworth

Excellence in English, Geography, History and Physical Education

Kaleb Small

Excellence in Business Studies, Geography, Mathematics, Physical Education and Science; Merit in English

Emma Warmerdam

Excellence in English, Geography, Mathematics, Physical Education and Science; Merit in Design and Visual Communication and Science

The Ashburton Trading Society Prize for Top Academic Achievement in Year 11:

Emily Taylor        Excellence in Design and Visual Communication, Digital Technology,
        English, Fashion and Textiles, Mathematics and Science

Alisa Ikenaga        Excellence in Art, Design and Visual Communication, English, History (Distance Learning), Mathematics and Science

Year 12 Excellence Awards

Fergus Lobb

Excellence in Technology (Hard Materials)

Georgia Sinclair-Baker

Excellence in Tourism

Matilda Smith

Excellence in History

Harry Fielding

Excellence in Technology (Trades); Merit in Technology (Hard Materials)

Daniel Jones

Excellence in Primary Industry Academy: Merit in Agricultural Science (Gateway)

Chloe Te Moananui

Excellence in Physical Education; Merit in Geography

Tom Sexton

Excellence in English; Merit in History and Radio (Gateway)

Erana Te Moananui

Excellence in "Food, Nutrition and Health"; Merit in Mathematics and Physical Education

Leilani Lobb

Excellence in Agriculture; Merit in Economics, English and Mathematics

Daize Beal

Excellence in Fashion and Textiles and "Food, Nutrition and Health"

Heidi Cuttle

Excellence in Art and Geography; Merit in English

Joseph Todhunter

Excellence in Geography and Mathematics; Merit in Economics and Physical Education

Thea Valmores

Excellence in English and History; Merit in Classics (Distance Learning) and Geography

Aimee Elliott        

Excellence in Economics and L3 Geography; Merit in English, Mathematics and Physical Education

Aleksander Small

Excellence in Mathematics and Physical Education; Merit in Biology, Chemistry and English

Ruth Stratton

Excellence in Biology, Chemistry, English and Mathematics: Merit in        Economics and Physics

Jack Scott

Excellence in Biology, Economics, English, Mathematics and Physics

The Mount Hutt Ski Area Prize with the ANZ Bank Cup for Top Academic Achievement for Year 12

Mayu Suzuki        Excellence in Accounting (Distance Learning), Biology, Chemistry,         Economics, English, Mathematics and Physics        

Year 13 Excellence Awards

Liam Sheppard

Excellence in  Physical Education

Rina Suzuki

Excellence in  English for Speakers of Other Languages

Amy Fitch

Excellence in  Physical Education

Bailey Kinvig

Excellence in  Biology

Courtney McClintock

Excellence in  Art

Joyse Lopez-Ramirez

Excellence in  Biology; Merit in English

Emma Luscombe

Excellence in  Geography; Merit in Early Childhood (Gateway)

Rebecca Spittal

Excellence in History; Merit in Digital Technology

Lily Spittal

Excellence in Outdoor Education and Tourism; Merit in Physical Education

Benjamin Todd

Excellence in Design and Visual Communication; Merit in Chemistry

Bonnie Thorpe

Excellence in Economics, English and Statistics; Merit in Biology

Extra Curricular Awards

Basketball – PTA Shield for the Most Supportive Player
Ben Copland

Football - The Most Positive Contribution/Sportsmanship Trophy
Aleksander Small

Football – For Girls Football
Emma Fairweather

Hockey – Methven Hockey Club for Sportsmanship
Samuel Kemp

Music – Christine McArtney Cup for Most Improved Itinerant Student
Emily Talbot

Music – Most Improved Student in Guitar and Drums Tuition – Donated by Wayne Pannett
Dylan Taylor

Music – The Rhys Smith Trophy for Vocal Music
Matilda Smith

Music –Contribution to the Mount Hutt College Choir
Emily Talbot

Netball – Methven Club Trophy for Best All Rounder A Netball
Courtney McClintock

Netball – Most Improved Player
Heidi Cuttle

Rugby - Edmund Body Trophy for Sportsmanship in Senior Rugby
Andrew Henderson

Skiing - Nicol Duff Memorial Trophy - Most Meritorious
Harry Fielding

Snowboarding - Big Al’s NZSA Snowboarding Trophy
Benjamin McKenzie

Snowsports – Boekholt Family Cup (Most Promising Snowsports Athlete)
Benjamin McKenzie

Tennis – Girls’ Senior Champion
Georgia Holdsworth

Tennis – Boys’ Senior Champion
John Leslie

Cricket – Contribution to School Cricket
Richard Turpie

Written and Spoken Communication - The Diana Limbrick Family Cup for Excellence
Brooke Sandys

Major Extra Curricular Awards

Brian Blackwell Sports All Rounder Trophy - for the senior student with all round achievement, contribution and participation in school sport this year
Aimee Elliott

Cochrane Trophy for Highest National Achievement - Outstanding achievement to the highest level in a sport for the year.
Aimee Elliott

NEW ZEALAND HONOURS - awarded to students who have achieved a 1st, 2nd or 3rd placing in a National Sporting event.
Aimee Elliott, Edmund Fordyce, and Richard Turpie

Visual Art – The Shirley Body Trophy - This award is for the senior student who best exemplifies commitment and high participation in the Arts, and whose contribution to the Visual Arts of the school has been outstanding
Courtney McClintock

Academic Prizes

Agriculture        
The South Pacific Seeds (NZ) Ltd Prize
Mark Wilson

Agriculture - The South Pacific Seeds Award for Interest in Agriculture. (Awarded to the student who irrespective of scholastic ability or academic attainment through qualities of diligence, tenacity of purpose and enthusiasm for rural life gives evidence of being most likely to become a successful farmer)
Douglas Richards

Agriculture – The Primary Industries Prize for the Top Student in Year 11 in the Primary Industries Academy
Max Goodwin

Agriculture - The Primary Industries Prize for the Top Student in Year 12 in the Primary Industries Academy
Daniel Jones

Art – The Peter Beaven Architect Memorial Prize  
Courtney McClintock

Biology – The Snowfed Builders Ltd Prize
Melanie Haworth

Classical Studies – The Bradfords Building Ltd Prize
Anna Ikenaga

Digital and Visual Communication - The R & R Spreading Ltd Prize
John Leslie

Digital Technology – The Methven Seed Cleaning Prize and the McLaughlin Cup for Computer Skills
Benjamin Todd

Digital Technology – The Amanda Vaughan Trophy for Diligence
Jacob Stowell

Economics - The Croys Ltd Prize
Mark Wilson

English - The Snowfed Prize
Brooke Sandys

English for Speakers of Other Languages – The International Student Programme Prize
Khyle Billedo

Food, Nutrition and Health - The Aqua Japanese Restaurant Prize and the Edna Low Trophy for Home Economics with recipe book from the Mid Canterbury Federation of Women’s Institutes
Darren Cavill

Gateway - The Tertiary Commission Prize for Excellence in the Gateway Programme
Hamish Dewhirst

Gateway – The Award for Achievement in Pathway Learning, Practical Application and Assistance to the Learning of Others - For dedication, completion, reliability and community service.
Tom Sexton

Geography - The Methven Travel prize with the ‘BD’ Trophy and book award
Emily Talbot

History - The Methven Branch RSA Prize for History with the Irene Dalton Memorial Trophy
Bonnie Thorpe

Mathematics with Calculus – The Masterguard Fire and Security Prize
Benjamin Todd

Mathematics with Statistics – The Chris Woods Contracting Prize
Anna Ikenaga

Music – The Methven Supervalue Prize with the Rita Mangin Trophy for General Excellence in Music
Matilda Smith

Outdoor Education – The Vetlife Prize with the Currie Family Trophy for contribution, perseverance and achievement in Outdoor Education
Thomas McKendry

Physical Education - The Blackwell Contracting Prize with the Collins Cup.
Mark Wilson

Sciences: The Penny Rentals Prize for the top student in sciences including the Prizes in Chemistry and Physics with the Holdaway Family Cup for Chemistry
Benjamin Todd

Technology (Fabric) – The Methven Panel and Paint Prize with the Fabric Technology Trophy
Emily Taylor

Technology (Hard Materials) – The Hammer Hardware Prize
John Leslie

Tourism – The Methven Travel Prize
Emma Luscombe

Vocational Pathways - The Shearmac Aluminium Prize for a student who through their diligence, enthusiasm and development of workplace skills is well prepared for employment.
Sailor McLean

Major Awards

The Matt Wallace Memorial Award – Best All Round – Year 11 Boy: Edmund Fordyce

The Matt Wallace Memorial Award – Best All Round – Year 11 Girl: Emma Warmerdam

The Ken Lowe Memorial Prize with the Limbrick Memorial Cup for Diligence and Involvement in School Activities: Ella Riordan

Mark and Nicky Robinson Family Awards for Positive Contribution to School Life throughout their School Career:  
Emma Luscombe
Anna Ikenaga

Rotary Club of Ashburton Awards to students with high achievement and significant contribution to school activities over their school career at Mount Hutt College:
Bonnie Thorpe

Emily Talbot

The Methven A & P Association Scholarship for a student progressing to tertiary study in Agriculture:
Andrew Henderson

The Methven A & P Association Scholarship for a student progressing to tertiary study:
Emily Talbot

Argyle Schoolwear Prize for Innovation and Excellence: Josiah Penno

The Methven Lions Club Tertiary Prize (to a school leaver with academic success and contribution to school life):
Andrew Henderson

The Midlands Masonic Music Scholarship: Matilda Smith

Methven Masonic Lodge Good Citizenship Awards:
Boy: Daniel Binsted
Girl:  Melanie Haworth

Board of Trustees' Award for Best All-Round Boy:  Bailey Kinvig

Board of Trustees’ Award for Best All-Round Girl:   Brooke Sandys

Proxime Accessit
The R O McDowell Crystal Globe and The Ashburton High School and Rotary Club of Ashburton Prizes   Mark Wilson

2016 Dux
Rotary Club of Ashburton and Philip Wareing Ltd Cup.  Benjamin Todd