The Frank Facey Student Award
Thursday 13 April 2017

The Frank Facey Award is running for its second year, supporting future leaders in business in Dandenong.

The Frank Facey Award is awarded to a year 12 student who has demonstrated hard work and improvement throughout the year in a business subject, to help them get on track for the future. 

Are you a year 12 student at Sirius College, Dandenong High School or St John's Regional College studying Accounting, Business Management, Economics or Legal Studies? You could be in the running to win a MacBook Air!

Last year's recipients from Sirius College and Dandenong High School received their award last year, with the St John's recipient receiving her award last month. Find out more about the 2016 recipients!

Sirius College

Hanadi Zildzic completed year 12 in 2016 and worked extremely hard in her Business Management class during year 11 and 12. She loves to help others and her dream is to become a teacher. 

Dandenong High School
Murtaza Majidi 

“Over the course of the year Murtaza has shown a great strength of character to persevere through very difficult circumstances," said Murtaza's teacher of the award's deserving recipient. 

"The level of dedication he has committed to his studies during times of hardship has been admirable. Murtaza is an example for all Dandenong High School students who face adversity to follow, and stands as an excellent ambassador for his school and community.”

St John's Regional College
Beatrice Oryem


Beatrice not only demonstrated consistent effort in her business studies, she did it while having to travel to school from Warragul on the VLine every day. She is a great example of persisting through difficulties and excelling in her studies.


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