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Sports Report – ISA Finals

Our sporting teams headed north west on Saturday 7 March for the ISA Finals, with the Basketballers competing at Penrith and the Softballers at Blacktown.

Our Girls Basketballers were first on the courts in a huge day of finals.  Our …


Top Sports Honour for Chev’s Lauren Cheatle

Congratulations to Year 11 Chevalier College student Lauren Cheatle!  Lauren was named Berrima District Junior Sportsperson of the Year for 2014 at the annual Berrima Districts Sports Awards ceremony held on Friday night at the Mittagong RSL Club.  Lauren also …


Next NSW Government must lift capital funding to all schools

Catholic Education Commission NSW is directing its focus at next month’s NSW election on increasing capital funding to all NSW schools, particularly Catholic schools.

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2015 Capital Funding Fact Sheet
2015 Capital Funding FAQs
2015 Capital Funding – CEC


ISA Semi-Finals Sports Report

On the final day of summer we witnessed lots of very excited and nervous Chev students and coaches heading off to Penrith for the Basketball semi-finals.  We also had students and coaches involved in semis for ISA Cricket and the …


UOW Discovery Day

On Friday 6th February forty-eight of our Year 12 students travelled to the University of Wollongong to participate in the annual UOW Discovery Day experience. Our students had registered for the event in November 2014 and had been able to …


NSW Health Warning – Hepatitis A Risk

You will have seen in the media reports about recent contamination of frozen berry products with the Hepatitis A virus.  NSW Health has issued information about the risks.   The information can be found on the NSW Health website here.…


Trades Skills Centre an exciting addition to Highlands school

Chevalier College has exciting new additions to its extensive educational facilities.  Read the article…


Drop-Off and Pick-Up Arrangements for all Chev Students

Peak Times Traffic Flow at Chev

With the closure of general access to the Charlotte Street car parks during ‘peak times’ vehicles must enter and exit the College via Entrance ‘A’ on Moss Vale Road or Entrance ‘B’ on Eridge …


Students Help Vinnies

‘For 20 years students have shared their Christmas spirit with disadvantaged families in the Highlands through the work of St Vincent de Paul in a program initiated by Fr Bob Irwin, 1994 Chevalier College Principal’.     Read the article in the

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