Rodney Clancy conducts the talented SMCS concert band.
Library service award was presented to Elisha Rackley and Elizabeth Fletcher for their ongoing commitment to the school library.
A poignant performance by year 3/4 and year 9/10 - 'You are special' was very polished.
Sandra Wassink was recognised for her community service at SMCS with the principal's community service award.
O.A.K. cultural award for year 10 drama went to Maddison Rackley, presented by Cooma Rotarian David Holgate.
Lara Sav was presented with the Australian Defence Force Long Tan award for leadership and teamwork by Rotaria David Holgate.
The John Ridge humanitarian award was presented to Tyler McArthur by Cooma-Monaro Shire mayor Dean Lynch.
Member for Monaro John Barilaro presented Kailey Tonini with the Caltex best all rounder - award.
Dux of the year was awarded to Lara Sav. Member for Monaro John Barilaro presented Lara with her medal and the perpetual shield and Evening View Club book voucher.
Families, friends and community members celebrated the achievements of students at the Snowy Mountains Christian School. Teachers and members of the community were also recognised for their contribution to the school.
The school's concert band, a vocal trio, trombone solo and drama students treated the audience to some A grade performances on the night.
Many local organisations and individuals sponsored the awards including the Cooma-Monaro Shire Council, Snowy River Shire Council, Cooma Baptist Church, John Barilaro MP, Coma Lions Club, Snowy Hydro, Cooma Rotary Club, Cooma Day View Club, Cooma Evening View Club, Cooma CWA and Cooma Little Theatre.