Brooke Pugh, Mark Paini and Luke Bonnell are pretty chuffed with their scholarships.NARROGIN Agricultural College proudly announced recently two trusts had been set up to sponsor five scholarships to be awarded annually to students studying agriculture at Narrogin Agricultural College.
The scholarships are available to prospective students enrolling at the college and to year 11 students going into year 12.
Scholarships, one for year 11, will be continued into year 12 given that the student demonstrates ongoing high performance and year 11 students winning a scholarship into year 12 will receive it only for the year 12 year.
The scholarship pays all residential fees.
Principal Andrew Castle said the recognition by the JP Stratton & Blake Farm Trustees of the importance of agricultural education and their confidence in the performance of the college to deliver that education was an honour, one earned through the college’s ongoing high graduation achievement.
Congratulations to the first recipients of the scholarships Brooke Pugh from Wagin, Mark Paini from Katanning and Luke Bonnell from Collie.