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SHINING BRIGHT: This year’s Gisborne high school duxes are, from left, Jackson Zame from Campion College, Paula Jeune from Gisborne Girls’ High School, Kain Meyer-Scott from Gisborne Boys’ High School, and Maddy Notting and Heneriata Poutu, who shared this year’s Lytton High School dux award. Picture by Liam Clayton

THREE of Gisborne high schools' duxes are heading south to Otago University.

Jackson will do a Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience and psychology; Kane will study philosophy; and Maddy a BSc in pyschology.

Paula is going to the University of Auckland to do a BSc in food science and nutrition and Heneriata is staying in Gisborne next year to do conservation work.

THREE of Gisborne high schools' duxes are heading south to Otago University.

Jackson will do a Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience and psychology; Kane will study philosophy; and Maddy a BSc in pyschology.

Paula is going to the University of Auckland to do a BSc in food science and nutrition and Heneriata is staying in Gisborne next year to do conservation work.

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