Past students Flynn Jamieson, Emily Mewett and Abbey Cartledge (Class of 2017) graduated from Damascus College last year, and are now looking forward to what lies ahead for them at university.
Earlier this year, these three past students gained entry to the highly sought after Bachelor of Physiotherapy course at Australian Catholic University, Ballarat Campus. This particular course has a 2017 ATAR entry of 98.90 and a small cohort of approximately 50 students.
Damascus College recognises and celebrates the achievement of all students, no matter what path they choose after graduation. In celebrating student success, this particular achievement is one that Damascus is very proud of, as three Damascus students have gained entry to such a popular course that would have had hundreds of applications from across the country.
This week Flynn, Emily and Abbey were excited to commence their first classes for the Physiotherapy course, and are now looking forward to learning more about the human body to extend their learning in the area.
We wish them the best of luck, as their journey continues towards becoming a qualified Physiotherapist.
In Picture: Associate Professor Rebecca Lane, Deputy Head of School, Physiotherapy, ACU, Emily Mewett, Flynn Jamieson and Abbey Cartledge (Class of 2017).