A Margaret River teenager has continued her family legacy of educational success, adding her name to Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School’s honour board. Tara Anderson, who graduated this month as BCGS School Captain, followed in her two older sister’s footsteps to graduate as Dux of the school and receive a General Exhibition thanks to her ATAR of 99.7 — one of the top 50 highest scores in WA. School principal Matthew O’Brien praised the young student for her excellence in and outside the classroom. “Tara has been an exemplary role model throughout her time at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School,” he said. “She has made a significant contribution to our community as school captain, leading by example and undertaking the role with enthusiasm and integrity. “Her conduct is without fault. Tara shows selfless compassion for others and a humility that has endeared her to all. “Tara’s commitment to excellence and her modest and gentle demeanour makes her a most worthy addition to the honour board.” Tara is the third Anderson sister to achieve success during their time at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School. In 2017 eldest sister Amber graduated as school captain and this year graduated from the University of WA with a Bachelor of Philosophy (honours) majoring in business law, political science and international relations. In 2019 Emily also graduated from the private school and now heads for her final year of study at UWA to complete a Bachelor of Commerce with a major in economics. This summer will see the three girls reunite for the first time in a number of years to celebrate their youngest sibling’s achievement and enjoy the summer.