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Wilderness Studies 2015 – the year so far…

The first two terms for Wilderness Studies have been exciting and action-packed. For those not familiar with the subject, Wilderness is an elective subject that is offered to students from Year Eight to Year Twelve. It is an outdoor education


Five Bells Toll Again

We are pleased to announce the exciting relaunch of the Five Bells Magazine. Originally started in 1997 with English/History Teacher Stephen Holmes at the helm as Editor, the magazine provides a platform for our creative and talented students to publish


SPORTS RESULTS – Saturday 8 August – ISA Round 10

The final competition round of sport was played in beautiful conditions. The icy winds abated and the sun came out for the final games of the season before the semis. Most Chev teams were playing at home and enjoyed the


OPENING CEREMONY – Chevalier College Highlands Trades Skills Centre

On Tuesday 28 July 2015, the Chevalier College Highlands Trades Skills Centre was opened officially by Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Social Services and Parliamentary Secretary to the Attorney-General, Senator for New South Wales.


My Skills Website Enhancements

Recent updates to My Skills have improved the website for students, training organisations and employers.

New enhancements include:

  • Links to courses related to skills in demand in each state and territory
  • Overall student satisfaction and employment outcomes for the 230


Parents’ Guide To Online Safety

Much time and energy is invested daily into keeping our students safe online. Schools must embrace technology for the
 wonderful tool that it is, not dwell on the problem that it might become. It is most important for all of


National Self-Detection Program for Scoliosis

The Spine Society of Australia recommends July/August as the months for all girls in Years 7 and 9 to participate in the NSDP by downloading the Self-Detection Brochure for Scoliosis – (click to download).  The brochure can also be


SPORTS RESULTS from Saturday 25 July – ISA Round 8

Saturday sport resumed after the previous week’s “snow event”.  It was good for nearly all Chev teams to be back in action after a few weeks lay-off. The Chev teams all enjoyed their games regardless of results with lots of



Students are advised to stay home today due to the severe weather conditions throughout our region. Exams have been cancelled, bus services were cancelled and power is out much of the region.  A skeleton staff will be present for any …



One of our students has been diagnosed with ‘Slapped Cheek’. This is a mild illness that doesn’t pose any health risks to the sufferer.

However, contracting the virus is serious for people with specific conditions such as pregnancy, weakened immunity …

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