In a touching ceremony held on the 21st September, Good Samaritan Catholic College's Year 12 students marked a significant milestone in their academic journey. After 13 years of schooling, they gathered for one last time at the Year 12 Graduation Mass and Awards Ceremony.
The mass, celebrated by Good Shepherd Parish Priest Father Simon, set a solemn tone for the proceedings. It was a moment of reflection and gratitude for the students as they prepared to embark on the next phase of their lives.
During the event, the Year 12 students were presented with their well-deserved graduation certificates, which symbolised the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. It was a proud moment for both the students and their families.
The ceremony also featured the recognition of academic excellence, with several awards presented for outstanding academic effort and achievement. These awards served as a testament to the students' commitment to their studies and their pursuit of excellence.
As the Year 12 graduates celebrated their achievements, their focus now shifts to the upcoming Higher School Certificate (HSC) written exams, commencing on the 11th October. The students are now diligently preparing for these important examinations, and we extend our well wishes for their success.
The Year 12 graduation mass and awards presentation were not only a celebration of our students' academic accomplishments. It was also a heartfelt farewell as they prepare to embrace the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. We wish Year 12 all the best in their HSC examinations and their future endeavours.