Hannah McMahon

Hannah McMahon

The Archbishop’s Awards acknowledge the commitment to their faith, academic life, community and social justice of one student from each of 50 secondary schools in the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.

The 2021 awards were presented by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP during a live video conference for the students, their parents and principals on Friday 3 September.

This year’s St John Bosco College Engadine recipient is Hannah McMahon.

Hannah generously contributes to her St John Bosco community as a reader, altar server, singer, musician and actor. Hannah shares her creative gifts across parish life. A member of Antioch and a Youth Leader, she organises fundraisers, prayers, camps and retreats.

As College Vice Captain, Hannah is passionate, committed and authentic, modelling her faith by sharing personal testimony and participating in liturgies, prayer groups, social justice initiatives and three hundred hours of community service. Hannah has represented the College at forums, webinars and luncheons with the Archbishop and the Ignite Youth Conference. Hannah is an exemplary student, outstanding leader and a proud, dedicated witness to her faith.

Hannah received a medallion and certificate of recognition. The medallion is emblazed with the Archbishop’s Coat of Arms and motto.

Hannah’s strong faith and love of Christ is evident through her engagement in parish and school activities.