ST FRANCIS College principal Brenda King has labelled 2014 as another successful year for the school.
The college held its annual prizegiving and presentation day on December 12, with many students recognised for their academic, sporting, creative and social talents.
"Excellence in learning and teaching has a very important place in daily life at St Francis College and it is always a thrill to watch our students grow over the course of the school year," Mrs King said.
"The opening of the Marcellin Learning Centre this year has allowed students and teachers to work collaboratively in contemporary learning spaces.
"Teachers work side-by-side, learning together.
"I thank you (the students) for a rewarding year ... remember you have the capacity to achieve anything you set your heart on.
"Appreciate the gifts you have and use them well."
Year 7: Lucinda Star
Year 8: Maria Aloisi
Year 9: Emily Papasidero
Year 10: Jake Balaz
Year 11: Lachlan Lane
CWA home science: Daniel Heath
Flo Nolan memorial literary award: Madeleine Wedesweiler
Senior musician award: Zachery Molloy
Junior musician award: Jack Martin
Ann Charles agriculture award: Natasha Hoskinson
VET hospitality award: Setelia Turner
Mary Briggs art award: Emely Young
Jackson Williams memorial award: Nathan Sommerfield
Quiet achiever award: Rachel Pearson
Community service award: Mary Sandral
Pierre De Coubertin award: Evie Morrison
Jack Miller environment award: Abbey O'Callaghan
Encouragement award: Jake Geltch
Caltex All-rounder award: Nimalan Sundaram
Long Tan award: Jeremy Westblade
Long Tan leadership and teamwork award: Amy Creece
Reuben F Scarf award: Zachery Molloy
Mary Mackillop Shield winner: Mrs Pauline Mallon
Sporting age champions
12 years: Benjamin Browning and Macy Rogerson
13 years: Prosper "George" Sandral and Tess Staines
14 years: Ryan Dunn and Tiah Gillespie
15 years: Jameson Booth and Mary Sandral and Maddison Clyne
16 years: Mitchell Conland and Evie Morrison
17 years+: Billy Gilbert and Katelyn Clyne
Sportsperson award: Mary Sandral
Sportsmanship award: Jessica Murphy
Championship house: Lacey