Academic honours

The following academic honours awards were awarded to St Paul’s Collegiate School students in 2018.

  • Katrina L Ward Cup (Dux), most outstanding academic, Alice Cao
  • de Jong Trophy, for a consistent effort in all areas of school life, Genevieve Scott-Jones and Anna Hamilton
  • Luman Family Trophy, outstanding leadership in and out of the classroom, Sarah Jackson
  • Fitchett Trophy, most outstanding female leader, Briana Cardon
  • Andrea Jean Jenkins Cup, outstanding leadership and commitment from the head girl, Sarah Jackson
  • Leggatt Prize & Old Collegians’ Trophy, outstanding leadership and commitment from the head boy, Lane Tims
  • G W Lander Resilience Trophy, the student who has shown real courage and tenacity in the face of adversity, Aidan Lee
  • Galatians Trophy, the student who in the opinion of staff displays: patience, kindness, faithfulness, humility and self-control – a young man or woman who has proven to be an excellent and influential citizen by the strength of their character, Jack Walters
  • Seavill Cup, contributed the most to St Paul’s in a wide variety of activities, Harry Forte
  • John van Grootel Memorial Trophy, diligence and persistence in the junior school, Riley Jones
  • International Relations Prize, contributed most to fostering international relations, Patchara Jirapanyayut
  • Manukura Ariki: Maori Academic Excellence, top academic Maori scholar, Briana Cardon
  • Hawaiki Rising Scholarship, emerging leaders in Tikanga Maori in Year 11 and 12, Tepaea Cook-Savage
  • Beckett Prize for Literature, excelled in the study of Literature in Level 3 English, Dylan Woodhouse
  • Photo Life Studios Graphics Art Award, excellence in Graphics and Art Design, Heath Johnson
  • David Harries Memorial Trophy, most outstanding Graphics student across all levels, David Tohi
  • Mike Powell Memorial Trophy, most outstanding craftsmanship, Joshua Hood
  • St Paul’s Graphics and Technology Department / Waikato Master Builder’s Award, the senior Construction class student who has shown enthusiasm, teamwork, a great attitude, pride in their finished work and has completed all the theory and practical units to a very high standard, Bennet Groube
  • St Paul’s Collegiate ICT Cup, the student who displayed dedication and commitment to ICT support, Lachlan Coleman
  • Kaueranga Plaque, excelled in the area of practical science, Alice Cao
  • Deloitte Prize, top student in business sciences who is continuing with economics at university, Bunnarath (William) Heng
  • St Paul’s Parents’ Association Scholarship, a Year 12 student who started in the lower band and has qualified for NCEA Level 3, Max Watson
  • Lander Family Trophy, the Year 9 student(s) who excelled in all areas of school life, Logan Orsler and Samuel Peoples
  • Haylett-Petty Memorial Trophy, the Year 11 student(s) who excelled in all areas of school life, David Koshy
  • John Oehley Cup, the Year 12 student(s) who excelled in all areas of school life, Campbell Smith
  • Evan McCulloch Trophy for Proxime Accessit, Dylan Woodhouse
  • Dan Bryant Memorial Cup, top Gold Duke of Ed and outdoor pursuit student, Lucy Phibbs
  • Creative Writing Cup, most outstanding piece of writing produced by a student, Louise van Bysterveldt
  • Senior Oratory Prize, most outstanding public speaker, Anna Hamilton
  • Headmaster’s prizes, outstanding service to the school in areas of academic, leadership, sport, culture and/or service, Tom Brown, Cameron Coull, Kaenan Ferguson, Maddy Gordon, Patchara Jirapanyayut, Siobhan Read, Priya Singh, Grace Watson and Dylan Woodhouse
  • BNZ Awards, Year 13 students who have excelled academically and/or in leadership, sport and cultural areas, Victoria Chanwai, Alice Emeny, Heath Johnson, Sasha Patil and Dallas Taikato
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