Bond University Indigenous Student in Focus
Posted: 4th August 2016
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As noted by his Housemaster Mr Dan Brown, Jordy entered The Southport School in 2013 as a Year 10 student of Thorold House, one of the School’s foundation boarding houses. In his time, Jordy has had a significant impact on his House and more widely in the School and taking full advantage of the education provided, extending well beyond the classroom. Through his involvement in House and School sporting, cultural and service activities, Jordy developed a strong understanding of the meaning of service, sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership and responsibility.
In the academic arena, Jordy made significant strides and successfully combined the challenges of his improving academic studies with his consistent commitment to a variety of sporting, House (Year 10 Dormitory Captain) and service activities including a full time companion on the Sony Foundation Children’s Holiday camp. TSS were therefore very proud of his achievement, being awarded a full scholarship to Bond University studying Law in 2016. Our connection with Jordy and many of our Indigenous students now evolves with his life-long membership of his Alumni (Old Southportonians’ Association) as the School wishes him every success as he moves on to the next phase of his life. Please find the Bond University Student Focus on Jordan Kilcoyne