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Chev celebrates VET Students of the Year

Chevalier College is extremely proud to announce some wonderful news from the 2019 Vocational Education and Training awards held on Thursday 7 November at the Mittagong RSL Club.

The Southern Highlands Schools Excellence in Vocational Education and Training Awards are …


Green’s go for St Patrick’s Day

Reid House at Chevalier College went all out for St Patrick’s Day with a cake stall, raising funds for Caritas as part of Project Compassion. 

Back Left: Emily McCue, Kristiane Laus, Sam Lawrence, Siddhatha Shah
Middle: Mrs Ann Philippe, Seren


Chevalier is soaring ahead

At Chevalier College, be prepared to experience something old and something new. The history of Chevalier College in the Southern Highlands dates back to 1946 when the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC) began the school in old Riversdale House


Chevalier College hospitality facility receives a cafe-style makeover

Chevalier College’s hospitality facilities have been transformed into a real-life cafe layout. Jules Cafe, a training cafe at the college, allows hospitality students to work in a stimulated cafe environment towards a Certificate II in hospitality.


Double shot makeover for hospitality facilities at Chevalier College

Hospitality courses are a popular choice at Chevalier College with approximately 80 students in Years 11 and 12 currently studying the elective subjects.

Jules Café, a training café at the college, allows Hospitality (Food and Beverage) students to work in …


Real world workplace education key to economic future

A recently published report, ‘Perceptions are not reality: myths, realities & the critical role of vocational education & training in Australia’, clearly shows the key role of the VET sector as the first foundational rung in Australia’s future economic prosperity,


Students treated to Gibraltar style hospitality

A group of Chevalier College Year 12 students were hosted by the team at Gibraltar Hotel on Friday 28 April, as part of their Hospitality (Food and Beverage) studies. The excursion included an insightful tour of the hotel conducted by

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