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Old Scholars

Congratulations to Jordan Tutton who was DUX for 2010 with 20s in both Legal Studies and Psychology. scho4
Congratulations to Reuben White who was awarded a University of Adelaide Principal Scholarship. scho3
Congratulations to Danielle Le Meiux who was awarded a University of Adelaide Principal Scholarship. scho2
Congratulations to Jemma Tutton who will be receiving a Dame Roma Mitchell Scholarship. scho1
Congratulations to Professor Terence TAO who received The Fields Medal which is sometimes called the Nobel Prize of Mathematics. Terence studied at Blackwood High at the age of seven devouring year 11 and 12 maths and physics while studying year 8 geography, biology and chemistry. He enrolled at Flinders Uni at the age of nine while still studying at BHS. After completing his Bachelor of Science degree at 16, and the following year completing his masters of science degree with honours he moved to do his PhD in maths at Princeton University in the USA. At 24 he was made professor of mathematics at the Uni of California.
Congratulations to Kristian MOLIERE (half owner in SA production house, Smoking Gun) who finished year twelve in 1988 and is now producing his first full-length feature movie, Servo. Smoking Gun has won the rights at a chance to gain international recognition for adapting the successful crime novel, Cold Caller, by New York author Jason Starr to the screen within two years.


  • Did you attend Blackwood High School or teach here?
  • Would you like to be part of our Old Scholars group?
  • Do you want to be involved with social events or reunions?
  • Would you like to get in touch with your classmates?

If so you can email Peta Clasohm (Peta.Clasohm@bhs.sa.edu.au) and request that your details be added to the Old Scholars database.

Last Modified February 19th, 2018


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