Shepparton News student scribes

March 29, 2018

Shepparton High School students Mustafa Abbassi and Suzie McPherson.

The News has partnered with Greater Shepparton secondary schools this year to bring you an insight into their school year.

While they will document their educational journey, the students will also talk about their interests and hobbies and their views on topics such as current affairs, social issues, politics and religion.

We thank all schools, teachers and students for their enthusiasm to get involved in the project and hope you enjoy their contributions throughout Term 2.

Today, we introduce the students who have been nominated by their respective schools to take part, ahead of the first part of the series in the first week of Term 2.

Mustafa Abbassi

Shepparton High School

Year 12

I am a Year 12 Shepparton High School student (and one of the school captains) and the subjects which I study include English, maths, psychology, legal studies and a VCE Plus subject at La Trobe University , Humanities.

I enjoy playing football with my friends at the park during my spare time.

I enjoy studying regularly, as well as watching TV.

The reason why I want my writing in the Shepparton News is because I want to share my Year 12 experience with fellow Year 12s as well as students in younger year levels so that they may be able to derive some advice from a current Year 12 student.

Suzie McPherson

Shepparton High School

Year 12

My name is Suzie McPherson, I am 17 years old and currently in Year 12 at Shepparton High school doing VCE.

The subjects I’m currently studying are chemistry, English, literature, psychology and further maths. I fast tracked outdoor education last year.

I hope to go to university and do marine biology, or anything to do with environmental conservation.

I’m also interested in writing, which is why I was excited about the opportunity to write for the Shepparton News.

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