Affordable Prep to Year 12 Private Education

Judged by representatives of the Victorian Parliament, the Parliament Prize Competition this year welcomed 670 submissions from students across Victoria.

Students were invited to submit a 90 second video expressing views they feel are important to share.

This year, our School Captain, Year 12 student Tamanno Zavqieva’s entry explored the consequences of a concern rising in popularity amongst teens – the e-cigarette.

Tamanno is a passionate advocate for the community. “I stand up for what I believe in and will continue to be a facilitator of change in the community,” she said. 

Tamanno’s presentation has been awarded Second Place in the Years 10 - 12 category of the Victorian Parliament Prize for her submission ‘Cancer Comes in Fruity Flavours’. “It has truly been a privilege to express my views and propositions and to raise awareness.”

The Prize is designed to reflect a sitting week in parliament where members of parliament have an opportunity to make statements on matters of interest. “I encourage everyone to get involved, to have a go and communicate your own insights on our world, because we are the future, and it is our responsibility to shape it.”

Congratulations Tamanno.

Secondary School Captain