All Saints Grammar students receive Watson School Leadership awards


Students at All Saints Grammar in Belmore in Sydney’s inner south west have been recognised by the Federal Member for Watson, Tony Burke MP, with the Watson School Leadership awards.

The awards, established in 2009, acknowledge high-achieving students who demonstrate strong leadership skills in their school environment.

The students awarded were from the School’s Leadership Team 2022 and include School Captains, Olga-Liana Athanasatos and George Gregory, as well as Year 12 students Catrina Benakis, Maria Christou, Anastasia Haikalis, Demetria Koutavas, Demi Papas, Thomas Raketic, Alex Tzakos, Mark Ullmann and Maria Varvaressos.

All Saints Grammar students.

The Head of School, Mrs Elfa Lillis, congratulated the Year 12 students for being recognised by the Federal Member for Watson, Mr Burke.

“It recognises your exceptional leadership efforts and contribution to your school community,” Mrs Lillis said.

For his part, Mr Burke also commended the students for their successful nomination and investiture as a school leader.

“All school leaders believe in the importance of accepting and fulfilling the responsibilities that come with their role,” Mr Burke said.

Tony Burke with the All Saints Grammar students.

“I am committed to recognising volunteers, ambassadors and leaders in the Watson electorate and this event acknowledges students in leadership roles.”

This award recognition comes as the School’s Year 12 students officially concluded 13 years of schooling on Thursday, September 15 with a Valedictory Doxology and Awards Presentation Ceremony.

All Saints Grammar has been helping shape the lives of students and partnering with families since 1990. Founded by the Parish and Community of Belmore and District, the School was established to support families in their quest to introduce and instil Hellenic values and the Orthodox Christian faith to the next generation of Greek Australians. Today, our School attracts students from many different faiths and backgrounds.

ASG is now accepting enrolments for all entry years for 2023.




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