A new year and another seven new Cootamundra Country Education Foundation students are heading to various universities and academies to follow their study goals.

Grace Large’s dream of becoming a professional dancer sees her moving to Sydney to attend the Academy of Music and Performing Arts.

Amelia Franklin was a Cootamundra High School Captain and is looking forward to living at Women’s College at Sydney University where she will study for a Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications).

Grace Hoey has a strong rural focus and aims to become an agronomist by completing a Bachelor of Agricultural Science at Charles Sturt University.

Ashlee D’Aran has already completed a Certificate III in Aged Care and loved working at Southern Cross Retirement Village but is also considering becoming a midwife.

She will be going to CSU in Wagga Wagga to pursue a Bachelor of Nursing.

Samantha Graham has already been accepted into the University of Canberra Bachelor of Laws.

We wish Sam well in her application for a traineeship at the Australian Criminal Investigation Commission.

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