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Archive: 2016


Alternatives to reach desired careers

Joey Lunt has a vision to achieve his dream. He knows there is more than one way to reach this goal.

With a score of 60.4, he didn’t receive the marks he needed to enter his chosen degree, but he


Outstanding HSC results for Chev students

Chevalier College congratulates the Class of 2016 on their outstanding performances in the Higher School Certificate and the extraordinary number of high ATARs achieved by these wonderful young graduates of our College.

Two of our students were awarded the distinction …


Among the best

Chevalier College congratulates all 2016 HSC students in our region – many of whom have received outstanding results this year.


Read the Southern Highland News story in full for an overview of HSC results from across the Highlands…  (noon,


Eyob named ‘VET Student of the Year’

Chevalier College is extremely proud of 2016 Year 12 graduate Eyob Geist, named ‘VET Student of the Year’ in the Southern Highlands Schools Excellence Vocational Education & Training Awards 2016. Eyob who studied Hospitality at Chev also received an Outstanding


Good HSC news for Chevalier Class of 2016

The Class of 2016 at Chevalier College can be so very pleased with their HSC results out today from BOSTES (the Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards NSW). From the information available at this time the college can announce


Chev prepares for HSC changes

In July 2016, the Minister for Education announced the Stronger HSC Standards reforms. There are seven reforms, including the requirement for students to demonstrate a minimum standard of functional literacy and numeracy to be eligible for the HSC from 2020. 


Science internships: How to win friends and influence people

Past Chevalier College student Emlyn Graham (Class of 2013) can do a magic trick. He knows, at any moment, how to earn your instant respect. He can be serving a customer at his part-time job in a bottle shop when,


Technology at Chevalier in 2017

As Chev starts the next phase of its ‘Bring Your Own Device’ journey, parents and students will find important information on the Technology page of our website.

This includes:


Celebrating Advent through giving

The Chevalier College community celebrated Advent at a beautiful liturgy held on Thursday 1 December, the last day of school for 2016. Students and staff from across the college collected goodies and treats for their annual Christmas hamper collection for


Alicia’s designing her future

From the youngest age Alicia Braid had her sights set on being an interior designer, and this determined young woman is one step closer to her dream with an early offer from RMIT for their Diploma of Interior Design and

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