Sports Desk News   Swimming Carnival Under blue skies and 32-degree heat, last Wednesday 8 February saw the annual college swimming carnival take place at Oakleigh Recreation Centre. The carnival was filled with impressive individual performances, high levels of encouragement from all attendees and fierce competition between the College Houses. It was once again a … Continued Read More

 Premier’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize 2016-17   The Premier’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize is an annual competition held to select Year 9 or 10 students for an overseas study tour of sites where Australians have served in war. The 2016-17 Premier’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize will provide 22 students with the opportunity to participate in … Continued Read More

College Production Auditions   We are very excited to announce our 2017 College Production…  LEGALLY BLONDE The Musical   The college production offers students invaluable life skills, such as working under pressure, working as a team member, problem solving, gaining confidence and independence. Moreover, the college production offers students the opportunity to form friendships beyond … Continued Read More

2016 Exchange Program   Taking part in the Japanese Exchange Program for three months has truly changed my life. It allowed me to experience an entirely new, amazing culture and meet so many beautiful people. I was lucky enough not only to see all the breathtaking sights of Osaka and go to Osaka Minami High … Continued Read More

   Information for college community College News Our College News goes out fortnightly to all members of the college community. If you do not want to receive this publication, please follow the unsubscribe link on the College News which has been sent to you.   Uniform Shop – Term 1 The Parents’ and Friends’ Association … Continued Read More

We congratulate our Class of 2016 who achieved some outstanding results. Our College Dux was Grace Lee with an ATAR of 99.65     7students scored over 99 28 students scored over 95 60 students (22%) scored 90 or more (22% in the top 10% of the state) 41% scored 80 or more (41% being … Continued Read More