• Anthony Pita
  • Ben Drury
  • James Caitlin
  • Rosmini College Food Drive 2018.

Writing Mentorship Selection

Rosmini College Year 11 student Anthony Pita, 15, of Devonport was selected in May for the NZSA (New Zealand Society of Authors) Youth Mentoring Programme. Anthony sent in some examples of creative writing pieces that he has been working on at home, to be judged by NZSA. He was one of only four young people selected from across the country.

Anthony has been matched up with a mentor who will work with him over the next year to develop his writing skills further. This is especially exciting for Anthony as he has always had a passion for creative writing and would like to pursue a career in this field.

Accordion Success

In early June, Rosmini College Year 11 student Ben Drury, 15, of Mairangi Bay competed in the South Pacific International and New Zealand National Accordion Championships winning all three classes that he entered. Ben also won the Under 15 South Pacific Accordion Solo Championship Cup.

De Paul House Food Drive

Rosmini College spent most of Term 2 running a Food Drive for De Paul House. The Food Drive was organised by Rosmini College’s Young Vinnies, the Catholic Character Group and the Student Council. The final tally of items came to 3,626 items of food and 301 items of clothing. 

Water Polo Selection

Rosmini College Year 13 Prefect James Catlin, 17, of Whangaparaoa has been selected for the New Zealand team that will represent the country at the Water Polo World Youth Championships in Hungary. This tournament will be played in early August with extensive training beforehand in Montenegro.

Issue 90 August 2018