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5th February 2016

Success for Angelina

Year 11 student Angelina Clancy has been successful with her entry into the 2015/2016 Premier's Spirit of ANZAC Prize. Angelina will now join other Prize recipients on an overseas study tour to Lemnos, Gallipoli and the Western Front during the Term 1 holiday break. 

Nagle College is forming a strong tradition of success with this Prize, with current College Captain Breanna Janson winning in 2013/2014, and staff member Mrs Julie Henley also successful as a chaperone in 2014/2015. Angelina is a deserving winner and is very excited about her upcoming tour. Her winning entry is on YouTube, and is available to view from this page.

Year 10 student Roni Corby is a successful regional finalists and will take part in a tour to Canberra during the Term 2 holidays. Roni will also be invited to a luncheon with the Premier, Mr Daniel Andrews. Roni was attending Bairnsdale Secondary College when she applied for the Premier's Spirit of ANZAC Prize last year.

The College congratulates both Angelina and Roni on their success, and encourages all Year 9, 10 or 11 students to seriously consider applying for the 2016/2017 award which is now open. For more information please speak to Mrs Julie Henley or visit the webpage at Premier's Spirit of ANZAC Prize.