John MacGregor Receives Captain Seath Memorial Award

This award is given to a pupil who has consistently shown application, dedication and perseverance in his or her day-to-day schooling and extra-curricular activities at St Columba’s High RC School in Dunfermline.

In other words, someone who ‘gets things done’ and inspires others to take action.

The award also recognises developing skills in leadership but also someone who can effective contribute as a member of a wider team; supporting and motivating others to get involved and to succeed.

This year’s worthy winner is John MacGregor, a 6th year pupil from St Columba’s High School in Dunfermline.

Libby Seath (pictured with John MacGregor), the mother of Captain David Seath, said:

“John was chosen for the Captain David Seath award as he has been an exceptional leader in S6 in so many areas including the yearbook committee, as a house captain and as part of the equalities and diversity group. 

“He has also shown great commitment as a prefect and never failed to take on any additional duties that was requested of him.  John has made an outstanding contribution to the school.”

John is soon to attend Edinburgh University to study law and we wish him well in all his endeavours in the future.

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