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23 December 2020
Future student leaders at a Horsham secondary college are hoping for a return to conventional schooling next year following challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
College students have chosen their 2021 captains, firming Lilly Knoop and Nathan Rokebrand as captains and Codi Kenny and Delta Wardle vice-captains.
The young leaders reflected on what they described as a difficult 2020 and wished their year-12 peers luck for the future.
Lilly said she was excited to lead her school.
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“It feels surreal after the year we’ve had – we’re just honoured to represent the school in 2021,” she said.
“This year has been crazy. Fingers crossed we get to live year 12 to the standards everyone puts it up to.”
Nathan said he hoped he could contribute to a positive year for his fellow students at the secondary college.
“Our school’s only young and there’s a lot of growing left to do,” he said.
“Its really exciting that we get to be a part of that.”
Holy Trinity Lutheran School junior captains for 2021, are Edward Jones, Lucy Bunworth, Emma Streeter and Jack Kelly.
Middle school captains are Armani Scollary, Jessica Flett, Jacob Matuschka and Jackson Gabbe.
The secondary college first opened in 2014.
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