“I attended Denmark Ag from 2011-2012 and loved the College in every way – the learning, the staff, the residential activities and all. The mainstream course really prepared me for University in terms of content (particularly Animal Production and Plant Production) which was relatable to the course I had my heart set on – a Bachelor of Agricultural Business and Science. I sat the ATAR exams at the end of year 12 and had a great deal of support from the teaching staff who helped me to excel in these exams and get the ATAR I needed to get into the Uni course I wanted – thanks Mr Swallow, Mr Irwin, Mr Morrell and Miss Potter (now Mrs Warburton I’ve been told).
Since graduating from Denmark, I went straight to Curtin University in 2013. In my first year of Uni I lived in the student accommodation on campus and made great friends and had a blast – I refer it to being like boarding school with NO RULES. I then moved out into share houses with a number of friends and lived the Uni lifestyle of adventures, studying, exams and of cause the University Tavern. I loved the agricultural business and science course that I studied at Uni and graduated in 2015.