THREE Noosa District State High School students were presented with a number of prestigious awards at the Aerospace Education Awards, which recognises the efforts and achievements of students and teachers from 18 Aerospace Gateway Schools across Queensland.
The awards were held at Parliament House yesterday and presented by Queensland Minister for Training and Skills Yvette D'Ath.
Year 11 student Mitchell Thomas won the Raytheon Australia Young Innovation Award.
Year 10 student Jamison Kehl took out the Flightscope Aviation Pilot Scholarship as well as the Year 10 GE Aviation Aerospace Award.
Year 11 student Nina Burkardt was named and presented with an award as a worthy finalist.
NDSHS is very proud of the success of its aviation program, with it taking off with such brilliant, skilful students and expert, professional teaching staff.
The sky is truely the limit.
Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.