Introduction to the Gordonian Student Leaders

We are delighted to introduce the 2020 Gordonian Student Leaders who will be working with the Development Office on projects that will provide them with an introduction to the Gordonian community ahead of leaving school. This year they will gain experience from projects that will be useful in their career development and work alongside staff working on development and marketing activities. We were delighted with the interest of these positions and are pleased to announce that five appointments have been made.

Meet Craig, Olivia, Katy, Natalie and Christie, and learn more about their aspirations for the future.

Craig G (S6): joined the College in P5 after moving to Aberdeen from Houston, since then he has become a committed member of the CCF and the Model UN Club. He is studying three Advanced Highers this year and hopes to go on to study Aeronautical Engineering after he leaves school.

Olivia S (S6): joined RGC in Primary 6. She is involved in a number of extra curricular activities including the Charities Committee and the Chamber Choir. This year she is studying Advanced Higher Geography and Maths as well as National 5 Environmental Science and a Diploma in Musical Theatre with the intention after leaving school to go on to study Paramedic Science at university.

Katy D (S6): joined RGC in S1. She is studying two Advanced Highers and two Highers this year, with a particular interest in Biology. Katy hopes to study Anatomy at university next year. In school, Katy is a member of the Senior Choir and the Charities Committee. She is an active and passionate member of her local Scout group. Katy is looking forward to engaging further with the RGC community in her final year at school.

Natalie M (S6): joined the College in S1 from Kingswells Primary School. She is currently studying 3 Advanced Highers in Biology, Chemistry and History and has applied to study Medicine at university next year. She has played violin for 9 years and is a first violin player in the Senior Strings Orchestra. 

Christie A (S6): joined the college in S1 and is involved in a number of clubs including the Charities Committee, the Senior Choir and also plays First XI Girls Hockey. This year she is studying both Advanced Higher French and Spanish as well as Higher Business and PE. She hopes to go on and study Law with Spanish at Glasgow or Edinburgh university next year. 

Laura Presslie, Director of Development, Marketing and Admissions, shares: " We very much look forward to working with the Gordonian Student Leaders who will have the opportunity to gain a unique insight into the Gordonian Community in their final year at RGC."