Tiffany Tracey is more than a dancer

Multi-talented: Warrnambool teenager Tiffany Tracey, 15, recently won her second American dance competition, and is now being recognised for her academic talents.

Multi-talented: Warrnambool teenager Tiffany Tracey, 15, recently won her second American dance competition, and is now being recognised for her academic talents.

TIFFANY Tracey has achieved more accolades in her teens than most people will in a lifetime – yet she says her latest recognition is her proudest to date.

The 15-year-old Warrnambool College student has been selected into the Melbourne University Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars program for her academic achievements and community involvement.

Selected from more than 1800 applicants across Victoria, she says this acknowledgement is her favourite.

“I am most proud of this award. It’s my first major academic award and it means a lot to me,” she said.

Following hundreds of awards for her dancing, acting and speaking, being named in the state’s top achievers list is befitting Miss Tracey’s career aspirations.

“I want to work in the medical field when I finish school,” she said.

“I’m most looking forward to meeting like-minded people and having access to Melbourne University’s facilities.”

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