List MP congratulates scholarship award winners
National Party MP
List MP congratulates scholarship award
List MP Melissa Lee congratulates students who
achieved Outstanding Scholar Awards and Top Subject Scholar
Awards in the 2012 New Zealand Scholarship
“Taliesin Budvietas, Ayumu Ozawa and Max Ashmore,
from Mount Albert Grammar School received NZ scholarship
Outstanding Scholar Awards. Max Ashmore also received a Top
Subject Scholarship for Biology,” Melissa Lee
“This is out of almost 8000 students who
participated in the New Zealand Scholarship exams last
“The award winners should feel very proud of what
they have achieved. The scholarship is a wonderful
recognition of their hard work.
education is a passport to higher wages, better jobs, and
better living standards for New Zealanders.
scholarships will provide financial support to these
students over the next three years to continue studying at a
higher level and achieve even more educational success.
“This will be a great boost and set them on a path to
continued success for the rest of their
Scholarship recipients can be viewed here.
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