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Local student secures Bachelor of Exercise Science scholarship

Miami State High School graduate, Jemma Glover, is the recipient of the Bond University Miami State High School Collegiate Scholarship, awarded in recognition of her outstanding academic and sporting achievements.

Jemma will commence a Bachelor of Exercise Science at Bond University in January 2009, with the aim of becoming a Physiotherapist.

Throughout high school, Jemma balanced sports and academics. “I have consistently worked hard in not only my academic life, but also involved myself in many sporting opportunities throughout my high school years.”

“I was also fortunate to be given an opportunity to do work experience in my chosen field of physiotherapy at a private practice, which gave me more incentive to pursue my chosen area of study”

In addition to the scholarship, Jemma was also awarded the Miami State High School Caltex Award, awarded for maintaining high grades and developing healthy balance within her schooling life. Jemma was the top student in Physical Education and Biology for both Year 11 and 12.

However, it is her scholarship to Bond University worth approximately $35,000 that Jemma lists as her biggest achievements to date and is eagerly anticipating beginning her journey at Bond University.

“I applied for a Bond University Scholarship as it provided me with an opportunity to access a university renowned for its high quality learning”

“I am also looking forward to the array of extra curricular activities that are offered to students at Bond University, in particular the sporting teams.”

The Bond Collegiate Scholarship Program is testament to Bond University’s commitment to fostering future leaders and is designed to reward those students who perform not only on an academic level, but also demonstrate exceptional personal talent and contribute significantly to their communities.

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