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INTERSTATE EDUCATION ADVERTISING FEATURE V1 - NTNE01Z01DS SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, May 24, 2016 21 WHEN St Margarets Anglican Girls School Year 11 boarder Nicole Sallis talks about her beautiful country and the wide open plains of the Northern Territory, there is a sparkle in her eyes. Here is a girl with a heartfelt passion for the country. I have just spent the weekend at home with my dad, helping him with work and doing some fishing, she says, now back at her second home, and swapping those wide open plains for magnificent Brisbane city views from St Margarets hilltop location in suburban Ascot. She laughs as she recounts some of the stories she has shared with her St Margarets friends, saying she enjoys their curiosity about her Territory adventures, which they find really interesting. Nicole is one of three NT girls currently attending St Margarets. Lillyana Bowden, Year 9, explains how it is the variety of sports on offer she enjoys most. I play tennis, rhythmic gymnastics, netball, athletics and touch football, and the competition is challenging, so a win feels really rewarding, she says. When reflecting on the overall experience, Year 12 student Emma Trier says studying in Brisbane has helped her discover there is bigger world out there. Even though everything is so close, adds Lillyana. Emma agrees, remembering her Year 10 camp trip: It was such a novelty to travel from the urban metropolis into a deep rainforest within a short road trip. It is this diversity that makes the experience so exciting, and it is the same in the boarding house. We all enjoy sharing our stories and teaching each other about where we come from. Emma is in her last year of study at St Margarets and values the connections she has made and the pathways open to her as she considers her future. There are so many opportunities and I have made so many valuable connections. I know when I am ready I will be looking into the great universities here in Brisbane, Emma said. NT girls feel right at home Nicole Sallis, Emma Trier and Lillyana Bowden from the Northern Territory are happy to call St Margarets their second home, enjoying the urban opportunities life in Brisbane brings, but still relishing every chance to share their Territory adventures with their friends. Discovering a bigger world out there St Margarets PRE-PREP - YEAR 12 BOARDING YEARS 5-12 Interviewing now for 2017 to 2019 entry My daughter completed Year 12 as a happy, confident, respectful and knowledgeable young woman. Choosing to send our daughters to St Margarets was the best decision weve ever made.2015 Year 12 Parent www.stmargarets.qld.edu.au E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: (07) 3862 0777 St Margarets School Council Ltd ABN: 69069684019 CRICOS Code: 00511K DISCOVER the DIFFERENCE! See you at the Show! Senior boarding and educational staff will be at the Darwin Show 21 23 July Youll find us in the Ray Foskey Pavilion
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