Meet Some of Our Scholarship Recipients

Scholarships are awarded in the fields of education, art, sport, health, personal development, outward bound and leadership - with the aim of recognising and celebrating achievement and providing support for all those striving to reach a personal goal. 


Beating Poland a highlight for local basketballer

For CTOS sport scholarship recipient Aliyah Dunn one of the highlights of competing at the Four Nations Tournament in China, as part of the 2016 Junior Tall Ferns Squad, was beating Poland. Well done Aliyah (number 7) and we wish you well in your future basketball endeavours.

/Your Stories/ Aliyah Dunn - Basketball (JPG - 87kb)

Softballer gains insight into international softball

Sport scholarship recpient Lucy McIntyre was selected in the NZ Girls Softball Development team and attended the Friendship International Series in Sydney. 

 /Your Stories/ Lucy McIntyre (JPG - 110kb)

Gaining valuable expert tuition

For art scholarship recipient Finn Bodkin being selected to attend the 2015 National Secondary Schools Brass Band in Auckland, and having the oppotunity to play in high quality brass band has encouraged him to take the next step to audition for New Zealand Brass Band.

/Your Stories/ Finn Bodkin (JPG - 382kb)

Inspired by International Dance World Figure

Southland's Ben Crossley Pritchard - an art scholarship recipient studying a Certificate in Dance Performance (Classical Major) at the NZ School of Dance, recently had the opportunity to participate in a master class taught by the celebrated Li Cunxin (Artistic Director of Queensland Ballet). Ben (back row 2nd from right) is seen here with other dancers and Li Cunxin.

/Scholarships/ Ben Crossley-Pritchard2 (JPG - 59kb)