2015 - OUR STORIES

Megan Oxenham

Old Scholar Years at St Mary's College: 2011 - 2015
  • Megan Oxenham believes that, above all, her five years of secondary school at St Mary's College taught her to take more risks and be more confident in herself.
  • She was greatly involved in the performing arts aptitude and the school productions, including "Calamity Jane" and "Little Shop of Horrors".
  • Megan took every opportunity that she was presented with to express her creativity and would advise students not to be afraid of doing something because of fear of failure. Overall, St Mary's College played a significant role in her journey..

Megan Oxenham believes that, above all, her five years of secondary school at St Mary's College taught her to take more risks and be more confident in herself.
She was greatly involved in the performing arts aptitude and the school productions, including "Calamity Jane" and "Little Shop of Horrors". Her immersion in Drama taught her how to combat her nerves.

As a student studying Film Making at Flinders University, public speaking confidently plays a huge role in her studies. As she is involved in a predominantly male industry, attending an all-girls high school throughout her most influential years allowed her to emerge into herself without the pressure to impress boys. Megan took every opportunity that she was presented with to express her creativity and would advise students not to be afraid of doing something because of fear of failure. Overall, St Mary's College played a significant role in her journey.


Lights, camera, ACTION!

Written by Phoebe Howie (student)

 

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