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Prestigious Student Award - Brydie Bauer

30/07/2012

​Isis High places great importance on all students in Years 11 and 12 developing and following a pathway that will lead to some viable future when leaving school. This may involve further study at a university, further training at a TAFE or private training organisation and employment, including apprenticeships and traineeships. Consequently, the ‘vocational strand’ of our senior programs is just as important as our ‘academic’ strand and, in reality, most students take a combination. The effort of the school in this regard often sees students winning state and national awards.

The latest student to win a prestigious national award is a Year 12 graduate from 2011, Brydie Bauer. Brydie has been awarded an Australian Vocational Student Prize for her achievements in the vocational area while undertaking senior studies in the school.

While at school Brydie demonstrated a strong enthusiasm for achievement in the hospitality industry.   Brydie was able to complete both a Certificate III & IV in Hospitality Operations while at school and in completing a school-based traineeship with the Woodgate Club. The completion of such a high level qualification while at school is a very significant achievement. Brydie also completed a Certificate II in Rural Operations at school. Brydie was a committed student in her area of interest and is very deserving of this award. She will receive a Certificate and a $2000 award.

Brydie is the fifth Isis High student who has won an Australian Vocational Student Prize in the last seven years.