GOLD: PSHS principal Don McDermid and Mayor Jennifer Whitney with awardees (back) Tim McDonald, Lloyd Clode-Roberts, (front) Rhylee Goodwin, Katie Campbell and James McCall. Photo: Sue Considine Photographics
GOLD: PSHS principal Don McDermid and Mayor Jennifer Whitney with awardees (back) Tim McDonald, Lloyd Clode-Roberts, (front) Rhylee Goodwin, Katie Campbell and James McCall. Photo: Sue Considine Photographics

Hard work pays off in PSHS awards

PROSERPINE State High School's annual awards have been run and won, with a few deserving students making their mark on the school.

In the Awards of Excellence, Darcey Larkin was named the Junior Secondary All Rounder Award winner.

Lloyd Clode-Roberts took home the Hamilton Island Extraordinary Achievement award.

The Peter Maywald Quiet Achiever Award went to Holly Coyte.

The Dawson Medal was awarded to Rhylee Goodwin.

James McCall is this year's Caltex Best All Rounder winner. Senior Dux for 2015 is Tim McDonald.

Katie Campbell was named Student of the Year, further strengthening her legacy at PSHS.

In the Special Awards, Year 7 student Imogen Tulk took out the Innovative Learner Award.

The Year 8 Encouragement Award went to Cooper Goodwin. Jade Davies walked away with the Year 9 Citizenship Award. Malachi Lane and Faith Sylvester were awarded the St Vincent de Paul Scholarships, Georgia Summerfield-Fallon and Chloe Sullivan landed themselves James Cook University Academic Encouragement Awards and Jack Kearns is the 2015 Clint Greenhill Spirit Award winner.

From Year 11, Grace McDonald claimed the Macrossan & Amiet Charitable Foundation Bursary, while in Year 12, Michael Wallace netted the Cindy Seawright Memorial Award.

Tayla Drennan was named School-Based Apprentice/Trainee of the Year.

Erin Hungerford and Kayla Polley won James Cook University Academic Encouragement Awards.

Prizes for Cultural and Youth Activities Special Awards, leadership and sporting achievements were also named.