Secondary School Prizes for Excellence
MainPower is proud to support our region’s youth with its Prize for Excellence in Physics and/or Maths. Intended to recognise and reward academic achievement at a senior level, this annual award is available to every secondary school within the North Canterbury and Kaikoura region. Specifically, the MainPower prize is for the student, selected by each school’s Principal, who has excelled in the subjects of physics and/or mathematics. The award has two parts and is for presentation at senior prize giving: a book (or books) to the value of $150, and book vouchers to the value of $150 in support of the student’s first year of tertiary study.

2017 Secondary School Prize Recipients

Miriam Clark (Hurunui College), Joel Epps (Rangiora High School), Emma and Julia Maxwell (Cheviot Area School), James Millerick (Rangiora New Life School), Drew Dela Cruz (Rangiora New Life School).

Primary School Citizenship Award
MainPower is a proud supporter of our region’s youth. Introduced in 2014, the MainPower Citizenship Award is in recognition of the success of primary school students in our region. This annual award is available to every primary school within the North Canterbury and Kaikoura region. Specifically, the MainPower Citizenship Award is for the student who has excelled and reflected the values of their school. The recipient is selected by each school’s Principal and presented at end of year prize giving. The MainPower Citizenship Award includes a cash prize of $100 to the nominated student.

2017 Primary School Citizenship Award Recipients

Lily Gerrand, Lucy Leech and Josh Crosby (Ashgrove School), Sahara MacFarlane (Waipara School), Isla Blomfield (Rotherham School), Jessica Fincham (Hurunui College), Kalese LeCompte (Kaiapoi Borough School), Tessa Moffat (Kaiapoi North School).