Class of 2019 graduate from Narrogin college

Kellie BalaamNarrogin Observer
Brie, Sophie and Colin Campbell from Mundrabilla Station.
Camera IconBrie, Sophie and Colin Campbell from Mundrabilla Station. Credit: Supplied

The WA College of Agriculture — Narrogin hosted its 2019 student awards and Year 12 graduation last Friday.

Principal Stephen Watt said the college had a lovely celebration as it watched the class of 2019 leave school after 13 years.

“It’s always lovely to see parents and families come to join us in congratulating students after a long time in the school system and to wish them well as they transition into the next phase of their lives,” he said.

“We had some fantastic young people with some great awards and we wish them all the very best of luck for their futures.”

Year 12 Prefect Zane Drage and his family.
Camera IconYear 12 Prefect Zane Drage and his family. Credit: Supplied
Evan White presenting to Sophie Campbell.
Camera IconEvan White presenting to Sophie Campbell. Credit: Supplied
President of the College parents Kevin Lansdell presenting to Katelyn Lansdell.
Camera IconPresident of the College parents Kevin Lansdell presenting to Katelyn Lansdell. Credit: Supplied
Agricultural advisory member Malcolm Talbot presenting to Courtney Buckley.
Camera IconAgricultural advisory member Malcolm Talbot presenting to Courtney Buckley. Credit: Supplied
Wheatbelt regional executive officer Neil Darby presenting to Blake Nalder.
Camera IconWheatbelt regional executive officer Neil Darby presenting to Blake Nalder. Credit: Supplied
Wheatbelt regional executive director Neil Darby presenting to Luke Cavanagh.
Camera IconWheatbelt regional executive director Neil Darby presenting to Luke Cavanagh. Credit: Supplied
Rick Wilson presenting to Damon Severin.
Camera IconRick Wilson presenting to Damon Severin. Credit: Supplied
Suzanne and Alika Gould.
Camera IconSuzanne and Alika Gould. Credit: Supplied

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