St Benedict’s graduate wins Caltex award


​​​Hannah White accepts her ​2020 Caltex Best All Rounder Award from St Benedict's College Principal Claire McLaren

​​A RECENT graduate of St Benedict's College, Mango Hill, has been announced as winner of one of Australia's most prestigious secondary school prizes, the 2020 Caltex Best All Rounder Award.

Hannah White joins a select group of secondary students around Australia who have received a Caltex Best All Rounder Award for excellence in their studies, on the sports field and for their work in the community.

The Year 12 graduate was presented the award for achievement in: Academia, Attitude, Personal Conduct, Leadership, Service, Sport and The Arts.

Hannah was recognised for being an exemplary student across all areas and showed confident leadership and discipline in her academic pursuit along with her personal conduct.

St Benedict's College principal Claire McLaren said Hannah was a worthy recipient of the nationally recognised award.

“The award recognises Hannah's contribution across several disciplines – she has been a wonderful asset to our school and the wider community, setting a terrific example for others to follow," Mrs McLaren said.

Caltex Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Halliday, said the Australian company was proud to have recognised generations of students like Hannah since the awards began in 1985.

“I congratulate Hannah and wish her well as she moves into the next phase of her life," Mr Halliday said.

“Hannah joins an exclusive list of Caltex Best All Rounders to have been recognised over the past three decades."

The Caltex Best All Rounder Award has been presented to thousands of final-year students around the country as it seeks to acknowledge the all-round contribution each student makes to their schools and communities, their leadership abilities and the good example they set for others.

Past winners include actor Emma Watkins (currently the Yellow Wiggle) from Sydney and Frisbee world-champion, Adrian Gepp​, (PhD) from Tanunda, South Australia.​

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