A graduation ceremony to farewell and congratulate Camden Haven High School Year 12 students was on September 21.
There were mixed emotions for many students who were sad about leaving the school but excited about what the future holds.
The ceremony recognised students who had excelled in subjects while in school and those who had shown commitment to activities outside of the school environment.
Max Wilson and Emily Gray were awarded with the CHHS Academic Achievement Award. Aaron Johnson was awarded with the Caltex All-Rounder.
During the ceremony Year 12 Dance Performance students Taylah Murray, Tahlia Coulton, Kate Simpson and Tahlia Wiegold did a routine performed to Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson.
There was also a Year 12 Musical Performance by Harry Firth, Aaron Johnson, Mitchell Handley, Inndia Vitnell, Deizal King, Jordan Frith and Daniel Joyce of “Don’t You Forget About Me” by Simple Minds.
Principal Margaret Hutchinson addressed the school and wished all students the best of luck for the future.
The 2017 captains and vice captains Taylah Murray, Max Wilson, Emma Eggins and Jordan Frith addressed the school and passed the baton to their 2018 peers.
CHHS Academic Achievement - FF Max Wilson
CHHS Academic Achievement - DE Emily Gray
CHHS Dedication to Learning Jack Sheppard
CHHS Encouragement Award Kate Tweddle
CHHS Leadership Award Emma Eggins
Caltex All-Rounder Aaron Johnson
Reuben F. Scarf Award - FF Kelly Forster
Reuben F. Scarf Award - DE Briana McGrady
Laurieton Rotary Club Max Wilson
CHHS Personal Achievement Kirsty Gray
Outstanding Achievement in Creative Arts Harry Firth
Gold Cultural Award in Creative Arts Kate Simpson
Cultural Citations in Creative Arts Aaron Bruggemann and Joel Plummer
Whiddon Group SBAT Awards Talia Cranfield and Kelly Forster
Mid Coast Connect Award Neriah Bramely
Pierre de Coubertin Award Molly Fraser
Sporting Gold Awards Molly Fraser and Briana McGrady
Long Tan Youth Leadership Award Jaimee Ashe