Student Profile

Conor Leach

Conor Leach

Class of 2014

IB Score - 45

School Highlights

Year 10

  • Highest Achievement in subjects of Mathematics, French, Music, Theatre, English and Environmental Systems and Societies
  • Creative Achievement in Theatre Award
  • Member of Student Congress
  • Tenor in QACI Vocal Collective and Vox (Elite a cappella choir)
  • First clarinet in QACI Symphony Orchestra

Year 11

  • Highest Achievement is the subjects of Music and French
  • House Captain for E’Veiller
  • Solo vocalist in QACI Vocal Showcase
  • Tenor in QACI Vocal Collective and Vox (Elite a cappella choir)

Year 12

  • Dux
  • Highest Achievement in the subjects of Music, Theatre and French
  • Solo vocalist in QACI Vocal Showcase
  • Tenor in QACI Vocal Collective and Vox (Elite a cappella choir)
  • Recipient of the QACI Inaugural ‘Sense of the Goose’ award which recognises students who go above and beyond the everyday kindness through performing selfless acts
  • Composed a prolific number of film scores for the film students

While enrolled at the Academy, Conor has been involved in the following extra-curricular activities:

  • Member of the Young Conservatorium playing clarinet in the Symphony Orchestra
  • Selected for University of Young Scholars’ Program
  • Runner up for Best Original Score at the annual ‘StuffIT’ Film Festival
  • 2 High Festival Artist – writer and actor for ‘Stained’
  • Youth Music Industries Intern
  • Queensland Theatre Company Senior Youth Ensemble member
  • Festival of Australian Student Theatre Artist – Director and Writer of ‘After Hours’
  • Australian Music Examination Board Grade 7 Qualification in Piano (Honours)
  • Australian Music Examination Board Grade 6 Qualification in Classical Voice (High Distinction)

Personal Character Reference

This exceptional young gentleman has excelled academically, artistically and interpersonally during his time at QACI. He leads with charisma and self-reliance; qualities which will guarantee his success in whatever occupation he follows.

University / Career Aspiration

Conor has been accepted into the Victorian College of the Arts to study Theatre. He is also travelling to New York to attend several auditions in the United States including the prestigious Julliard School. His aspiration is to combine his passions for theatre, music and language as an international performer.

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