Ten Pacific Students Receive Medals at ACM Awards Night

Ten Pacific Students Receive Medals at ACM Awards Night

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Ten of the College’s Speech and Drama students received gold or silver medals at the Annual Australian College of Music (ACM) Awards Night last Saturday in Brisbane.

Speech and Drama students have the option of doing an end-of-year practical exam with the ACM. Students who score 85% or higher are then in the running to receive a gold or silver medal if they come first or second in Queensland in their grade level.

Senior students Gabrielle Donato and Imogen Joppich were also invited to perform on the night. They acted a duologue from 'Tartuffe - the Hypocrite' by French playwright, Moliere.

The gold medal winners were Gabrielle Donato, Grace Whitelaw and Emily McKenzie.

Our silver medallists were Imogen Joppich, Briarna Bell, Zebediah Gallagher, Mya Boyall, Matthew McKenzie, Sebastian Carter and River Boyall.


Other students who received Honours were Archie Palmer, Aidan Meade, Olivia Boland, Keeley Meade, Priya Miles, Grace Powell, Gabriella McKenzie, Tamara Zolotar, Allegra Pollack, Holly Bennett, Mia Bradshaw, Georgie Jones and Georgia Moor.

Congratulations on this incredible result. Our students continue to amaze me with their absolute fearlessness and enthusiasm.

Ms Lisa McKibben, Speech and Drama Tutor