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17/11/2014
The Australian Institute of Physics has recognised the achievements of four Aldridge SHS students, Alex Haddow, Jordan Quinn-Ward, Nick Young and Kristen Ethell, for their outstanding efforts, over two years, as senior Physics students.
The institute recognises and celebrates those students who have performed at a very high level of achievement over their two years of study in senior Physics in any Australian School.
The award is given to students who attain a Very High Level of Achievement level 4 or higher (with VHA10 being the highest possible mark).  Krissie, as well as being dux of the school, achieved the highest mark possible with VHA10 and also received a VHA10 in Chemistry. Nick achieved a rating of VHA8, Alex a VHA5 and Jordan VHA4; a phenomenal and well deserved reward for their hard work.
These awards add to a long list of achievements that all of these students have attained throughout their 12 years of schooling. 
“It has been an absolute pleasure having them in my class and being a small part of their lives. I am sure they are destined for great things.  All of their teachers share this sentiment,” said Iain Carson (Science Head of Department).