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18.01.19

Built for future generations

Construction work began on two buildings at the school in November 2017, and the college was given access to the spaces in December 2018.

The multi-purpose hall and the

18.12.18

2018 HSC Results

Chevalier College is, once again, impressed by and pleased for our graduating Class of 2018.

As a truly comprehensive school, we take great pleasure from the success of our students across the academic program (ATAR focused), the vocational program, and …

12.12.18

Another CAT nomination makes it 11!

We are delighted to announce that our popular Audio Visual Technician Andy Gordon has been nominated in the Best Lighting category of the 2018 Canberra Area Theatre Awards, giving Chevalier College a record total of eleven nominations for this year’s

5.12.18

Sports Report – Summer Round 6

The final round of ISA Sport for 2018 was played in near perfect Summer conditions on Saturday 1 December. On home grounds there was Basketball, Cricket, Softball and Touch Football.

The Girls Touch Football has proved extremely popular and enjoyable. …

26.11.18

Sports Report – ISA Summer Round 5

The wild winds across our region eased slightly on Saturday but there was still a chill in the air for anyone outdoors. Chev sportspeople were spread around NSW with the Boys Basketballers and Girls Touch Footballers travelling to Bathurst for

22.11.18

Success at the Small Business Day for Year 9 Commerce

The Chevalier College ‘Year 9 Commerce Small Business Day’, held on Friday 9 November 2018, was a triumphant accomplishment that showcased all of Year 9 Commerce’s hard work and dedication into producing a successful stall.

A total profit of $785.60 …

16.11.18

Three ‘VET Students of the Year’ for 2018

Chevalier College Year 12 VET students are celebrating after the 2018 Southern Highlands Schools Excellence in VET Awards night, held on Thursday 15 November at the Mittagong RSL Club.

The awards were open to all Year 12, 2018 Vocational Education …

15.11.18

New Australian maths institute hopes to attract world’s best brains

A growing number of jobs rely on mathematics, yet the percentage of students studying advanced maths at school has dropped, and often Australia’s brightest graduates head overseas. A new institute is hoping to change that. 

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8.11.18

Year 10 Wilderness – Sea Kayaking Expedition

Year 10 Wilderness studies students have recently completed their final Stage 5 expedition after two years together. The students were the first to complete a new trip in our program, a sea kayak paddle from Mooney Mooney to the Glenworth

7.11.18

Year 11 Wilderness – Alpine Expedition

The Chevalier College Year 11 Wilderness Studies class embarks every year on a five-day trip to the Snowy Mountains as part of their unit on Alpine Survival and Ski Touring.

This trip is a highlight of the Stage 6 calendar …

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