New voices to help lead Collegiate through 2016

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Wanganui Collegiate's student leaders (from left) deputy head boy Jules Harrey, head boy James Davis, head girl Anja Petersen-Hardy and deputy head girl Emily Bolt. PHOTO/SUPPLIED
Wanganui Collegiate's student leaders (from left) deputy head boy Jules Harrey, head boy James Davis, head girl Anja Petersen-Hardy and deputy head girl Emily Bolt. PHOTO/SUPPLIED

Wanganui Collegiate School's 2016 leaders say they are looking forward to leading the school with the Blueshirt team.

They plan on taking every opportunity to work alongside staff and students at Wanganui Collegiate and being a voice of the student body and part of the day-to-day running of the school. James is studying chemistry, physics, biology, English and physical education, and will study medicine at the University of Otago next year. Anja, Emily and Jules also plan on university study next year.

Anja's subjects are physics, history, English, statistics and economics; Jules is studying chemistry, biology, English, statistics and accounting and Emily is taking biology, written English, statistics, physical education and history.

"What I like most about Collegiate is the friendships I have made, which will stay with me for the rest of my life," Anja says. James said: "The House system at Collegiate is not only the most enjoyable part of school life, but also the most memorable."

Emily likes the diversity of the school, with students from throughout New Zealand and overseas, while Jules enjoys boarding life.

- Wanganui Chronicle

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