Toowoomba Anglican School’s year 12 cohort has been a particularly well rounded and respectable group of 2019 senior graduates.

Some of their accomplishments have included early entrance into 2020 university courses, being the first student to complete Extension English at Toowoomba Anglican School, and having multiple Darling Downs Rugby representatives.

Amongst them are an App Developer, those who have completed their RSA, Barista and Safe Driving courses, a QDU Debating Adjudicator, and another who has completed an apprenticeship whilst at school. There have been creators of student newspaper The Stallion, a Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient, another who sang the National Anthem and competed at the Australian Equestrian Competition, a student competed in Nationals for Cross Country running, and an Australian Umpire for Rugby.

Students participated in the Empire Youth Arts IMPACT Drama Ensemble, received the Empire Youth Bursary, and achieved Grade 8 AMEB Piano. The cohort were Toowoomba Eisteddfod winners and competitors in the Secondary Piano Championship, Piano Solo, Piano Sonata, Flute Solo, Woodwind Competition, Saxophone Sections and Male Vocal Solo at the Toowoomba Eisteddfod, as well as second in Year 11/12 Piano Solo and Year 11/12 Piano Sonata at Toowoomba Eisteddfod Open French Vocal Solo. There was also a Grade 7 AMEB Voice Exam achiever, and those in the Gondwana Singers National Choir in 2019 and Gondwana Voices National Choir in 2020. Amazing and wonderful achievements from an awesome cohort of Seniors 2019!

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