Young Heroine of the Year announced

Congratulations to Year 12 students Caitlyn Howard and Stephanie Clark, who were both recently nominated for the Hastings Business Womens Network (HBWN) Young Heroine of the Year.

Both Caitlyn and Stephanie attended the HBWN breakfast on 8th March, and listened to an amazing address by domestic violence spokeswoman and 2015 Australian of the Year, Rosie Batty.

Both students were exceptional ambassadors for the School, and we are proud to announce that Caitlyn won the Young Heroine Award for 2017.

The Hastings Heroines awards recognise the unsung heroines of our local region as part of International Women’s Day celebrations. The theme for 2017 is “Unity”, with awards celebrating women who provide strength and cohesion to support and connect the Hastings community.



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