Menzies Centenary Prize

The Menzies Centenary Prize valued at $10,000 is a partnership with and jointly funded by the Menzies Foundation and the Menzies Memorial Scholars Association.

It is awarded to a Year 12 student from the Dimboola Memorial Secondary College as a contribution to the cost of the first and second years of tertiary study. Although, the primary criterion is academic achievement, the successful candidate will also be a person deemed to have made an outstanding contribution to the life of the College over at least two years.

The Menzies Centenary Prize was initiated by the Foundation in 1994 in association with the Dimboola Memorial Secondary College to mark the centenary of Sir Robert's birth in Jeparit.

The winner of the 2016 Menzies Centenary Prize is Ms Courtney Dove who is undertaking a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne.

Previous recipients

2016   Dove, Ms Courtney
2015   King, Mr Andrew
2014   Bell, Ms Nikita
2013   Riley, Ms Mikayla
2012   Haines, Mr Louis
2011   Pietsch, Ms Shannon
2010   Wren, Mr Joshuah
2009   Hutchinson, Ms Jessie
2008   Klinge, Ms Elizabeth
2007   Kuhnell, Ms Naomi
2006   Bell, Ms Chloe
2005   Bell, Mr Jordan
2004   Hutchins, Ms Nyree
2003   Blake, Ms Michelle
2002   Saxton, Ms Kate
2001   Smith, Ms Belinda
2000   Stewart, Ms Ashley
1999   Moore, Ms Rita
1998   Cross, Ms Desiree
1997   Feery, Ms Lauren
1996   Nuske, Ms Kylie
1995   Leak, Ms Tracy
1994   Magrath, Ms Emma