Samuel Martin

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Master of Engineering
Liveris Undergraduate Scholar

Sam graduated from Padua College Kedron in 2022, achieving an ATAR of 99.75, a QCE Certificate of Academic Commendation, and Certificates of Excellence in both Physics and Chemistry. He is currently enrolled in a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Master of Engineering.

Throughout his time at school, Sam strived to immerse himself in the many opportunities available at his school and in the broader community. Ending his schooling, he had been heavily involved in, and made large contributions to, the academic, cultural and service spheres of these communities. This culminated in Sam’s appointment as Padua School Captain for 2022 and his achievement of the Provincial Minster’s Award for his service to the college. Sam was also a recipient of the ADF Future Innovators’ Award and the Griffith Remarkable Award. 

Outside of his studies, Sam is an avid debater and musician, playing both the violin and trombone, as well as coaching a junior debating team. He was also a school rugby player and enjoys supporting the sport.

Further, Sam is deeply committed to serving the less fortunate in the community. Through his involvement with Rosie’s, Little Kings, Emmanuel City Mission, and his leadership of his school’s environment club, Sam has learned valuable lessons that he hopes to use in his time as a Liveris Academy Scholar. 

Sam is delighted to be a part of the Liveris Academy, obtaining a Liveris Undergraduate Scholarship, and looks forward to working with his peers to contribute to the community as a whole.

Samuel Martin