Sparks

Serene McCormack

Serene is the previous Editor at The Inkdrop – a student led print & online publication for Brisbane State High School. When asked about how it all started, Serene recalls hearing about the mysterious publication when she was in year 8, but unfortunately it stopped after only its 4th issue.

Micol Carmignani

From the moment you speak to Micol Carmignani you just know you have found someone special. This multilingual student immediately caught our attention with her outstanding ice skater achievements and big dreams to change the world.

Trinity Bush

Trinity is not only a 13-year old with a heart of gold, but she is also a go-getter who has delved into starting her own business, Boha Tribe.

Neha Ramesh

Neha Ramesh caught our eye earlier this year when she presented at the UN Youth Voice Queensland Grand Final at Parliament House. After three gruelling rounds addressing questions like ‘How can we encourage international collaboration in scientific research?’,

Samantha Hammond

One of Queensland Academies’ newest graduates, Samantha Hammond, is blazing a trail through the theatrical space as a playwright after receiving a number of recent industry awards. In particular, Samantha spent the better half of Year 11 (last year) perfecting her script, Pi in the Sky, before hitting the road to showcase her work at a number of festivals

Chyanne Patterson

From birth Chyanne Patterson was handed a challenging position in an image-obsessed world.  Born with a cleft lip and palate, not only did she have to endure a multitude of surgeries (with many more still to come) she has had to do so while suffering through years of bullying both in and out of school.

Jenna Forrester

Jenna Forrester is a 15-year-old prodigy in the pool, taking out no less than nine (9!) gold medals at the recent Australian Age National Championships, and is now headed to the USA to compete in the 2017 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships as the youngest member of the team.

Sophie Ann Moman

Sophie Ann has clocked up a slew of amazing experiences to date: having performed in musicals at QPAC (heard of Annie and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!?) as well as reached Blind Auditions on The Voice Kids.

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