14 December, 2016

Presentation Night at PVCC

After 13 years at Plenty Valley Christian College, 
last night was Austin's final commitment.
Graduation Night!
 Austin with his gorgeous girlfriend, Paris.
Congratulations Austin and Paris. 
We are very proud of you.
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After two years as a school based apprentice, Austin started full-time in his diesel mechanic apprenticeship Monday week ago. Here he is off on his first day!
At Presentation last night Nelson 
received an unexpected award.
This award is given to students deemed by their co-ordinator to have shown significant personal, 
spiritual or academic growth, commitment to their 
own learning and a significant contribution to the College and its community throughout the year.

Nelson has had a fantastic year. 
He commenced VCAL and hasn't looked back. 
His report was his best ever and he is well on his way to achieving his goal of becoming a roof plumber with an apprenticeship already lined up for 2018.
Well done Nelson. 

8 comments:

Maria said...

Congratulations to Austin Nelson and Paris...
Such a great achievement Austin finishing your schooling and going straight into an apprenticeship..
And Nelson what a fabulous award you received . Good luck next year and you are lucky to have a job waiting for you...

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

You must be super proud of your boy πŸ’–

Melody said...

Well done boys

Jo said...

Well done Christine to you and your boys. That is an amazing achievement and relief for you. I wish you and your family a very happy Christmas season and New year. All the best for 2017

Sharmayne said...

Congrats to all! What a milestone and great to already have an apprenticeship underway! A very lucky young man

Anita : Shabby Quilt said...

Congrats, you much be proud of them. Well done.

Baa. xxx said...

Very exciting for both boys. Congratulations to them both. You must be very proud of both of them. What a special time for you all.

kiwikid said...

Congratulations to both your boys Christine, you must be very proud of them...well done to you too.