Friends enjoy WACE success

Laura GrubisaNarrogin Observer

Two friends who grew up together on farms in Highbury received excellent results in their WACE exams, with both girls achieving a score of more than 98.

Shelley Quartermaine and Ruby Wiese attended St Matthew’s School in Narrogin together before moving to Perth to complete their high school studies. Both girls received early acceptance into engineering at the University of Western Australia before finding out about their WACE results.

Quartermaine studied at Iona Presentation College while Wiese attended St Hilda’s Anglican School, and both were awarded a certificate of distinction.

Narrogin Senior High School students also performed to a high standard in the WACE exams.

David Hallam was awarded a Certificate of Distinction and Rhiannon Crane, Junya Ohashi, Kirra Simmons and Toby Nicholas received certificates of merit.

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Hallam was also awarded a Certificate of Excellence in English and Meagan Adrain was awarded a VET Certificate of Excellence for Community Services, Health and Education.

Jessica Appelbee studied at Narrogin Agricultural College and received a Certificate of Merit.

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