Brayden Pavey (class of 2010)
After graduating from Saint Stephen’s College in 2010 Brayden achieved a diploma in screen and media. He is currently living in Japan where he is filming a documentary about the lifestyles of adolescents, studying Japanese, teaching English and bartending at his local pub – all at the same time! Brayden plans to study politics and Asian relations when he returns to Australia.
Brayden Pavey with his Grandparents at his formal in 2010.
Justin Erasmus (Class of 2008)
The Boston Red Sox Organisation snapped up Justin at the under-18 Australian National Championships in 2007. ‘The Switch’ is a technique which Justin ‘Bobby’ Erasmus has perfected, making him a sophisticated pitcher at only 21 years of age. Justin is developing into a solid prospect for the Major League. He is now reprising his role as a Brisbane Bandit for the second time, a team he helped established since their debut in November 2010 in the newly revived Australian Baseball League competition.
Shannon Ponting (Class of 2007)
Shannon received her Bachelor of Journalism from Griffith University in 2010. Since then, Shannon has written feature articles, which have been published in the Courier Mail, The Cove Magazine and various other Queensland publications. Shannon currently works as a media assistant in the Office of the Attorney General and Minister for Justice in Brisbane.
Kim Curtis (Class of 2006)
Kim graduated from Saint Stephen’s College in 2006 and went on to receive her Bachelor of Primary Education from Griffith University in 2011. Kim completed a three-month internship at Waikiki Elementary School in Hawaii and is now teaching Year 7 full-time at St Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Mt Isa. Kim loves life!
Kim with her class
St Patrick's Day in Waikiki
Teaching students in Mt Isa
Kim in her classroom in Mt Isa
Rebecca Coudrey (Class of 2006)
Since graduating from Saint Stephen’s College in 2006, Rebecca finished her Bachelor in Pharmaceutical Science in 2009 and in 2011 completed her Masters in Pharmacy at Griffith University, Gold Coast. Rebecca is currently completing her pre-registration at Logan Hospital Pharmacy Department and hopes to continue her career as a pharmacist at Logan Hospital.
Scott Hillier (Class of 2010 )
Just saw the Old Scholars FB page and though I'd send an update. I am currently attending Dodge City Community College in Kansas and playing Division1 baseball for the school.
We are currently in our Fall season and progressing well. There are 3 other Aussies here at the school and a Kiwi. One also plays baseball, two play golf and one plays volleyball. I would highly recommend to any student who plays a sport that is played over in American college, to explore this opportunity. It is a great way to further your sporting career and gain an education at the same time whilst being exposed to some great people and excellent coaching you may not receive back home. Regards, Scott Hillier Class of 2010