Year 12 student Laura Dowd has made history at Korowa achieving three perfect study scores in English, Literature and History Revolutions. With an ATAR of 99.7, Laura has done incredibly well in what had been a difficult year for all.
Laura personifies the Korovian approach to life, ‘No Reward Without Effort’, Korowa’s motto, by always striving to excel in her academic commitments as well as in her co-curricular participation.
Korowa’s Principal, Mrs Helen Carmody said “Laura has done extremely well this year, three perfect study scores, this is a first for Korowa. Not only has Laura achieved great things academically but she has been an active member of our School throughout her years at Korowa, contributing to the community and getting involved”.
Laura was the equal recipient of the Principal’s Prize for Dux of Year 12 and in addition received the 2020 Margot Gibson prize for her contributions to the Performing Arts, the Diana Miller Award for Humanities and Literature, Roslyn Otzen Colours Award, which acknowledges Year 12 students who receive the highest number of Colours in their final year and the Margaret McPherson Medal which acknowledges sustained commitment to the Music Program at Korowa.
An active member of the community, Laura assumed positions of responsibility as a Tutor Group Co-Captain, Middle School Captain, Open Day Ambassador, Senior School Drama Captain and Environment Committee member. Her commitment to Wilkinson House yielded her several Colours for Drama, Debating and Music. Laura was also involved in several co-curricular activities including: Mini Singers, Junior School Choir, Middle School Production, Cripps Choir, Friends of Netball, Debating, Drama, Korale, GSV Cross Country, Rowing, GSV Netball, GSV Tennis and Snowsports.
We wish her every success and happiness for the future.