Trinity Bay Breaks Record

45 young men from Trinity Bay Academy in Cairns, QLD completed their Year 12 studies in 2018 – shattering the previous record of 32 held by Casuarina Academy (Darwin, NT) since 2015.

Cairns Regional Manager Chris McDonald said the boys made the commitment to finish the year during the Far North Queensland Region Year 12 Leadership Camp to Lake Tinaroo in February.

“The boys were really determined to see out the year and were quick to put strategies in place to make it happen,” Chris said.

“They focused on showing leadership at school and the academy, developing job-ready skills and participating positively in the local community.

“We’re extremely proud of them and wish them all the very best as they embark on the next chapter of their lives. We must also thank the teachers and school leadership at Trinity Bay State High School for their support and commitment since we opened in 2017 and throughout 2018.”

25 of the graduates had the opportunity to put their skills to the test on their recent end of year trip to Perth. One of the many worthwhile activities the boys engaged in during their adventure was a visit to Wesfarmers head office in Perth where they met and presented to more than 70 senior Wesfarmers staff members, including CEO Rob Scott. The boys were very engaged with the Wesfarmers staff and represented Clontarf and their academy with esteem. Well done gentlemen and all the best in your very bright futures!