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6.03.19

CAT Awards – it’s a litter!

Five CAT Awards came home with our fabulous and talented students, teachers and production teams for Baskerville – A Sherlock Holmes Mystery from the 2018 Canberra Area Theatre Awards Gala held in Canberra on Saturday 23 February.

Nominated for 11 …

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

14.11.18

It’s raining CAT nominations for Baskerville

Nominations for the Canberra Area Theatre Awards have just been announced and we are very excited that ‘Baskerville – A Sherlock Holmes Mystery’ has been nominated for ten awards across six categories in the School Youth Nominations for CAT Awards

1.11.18

Building Blog – October update

Both new buildings at Chevalier College are currently on schedule and due to be ready for use from the start of the 2019 school year.

READ MORE in the Building Blog October progress report

 

Debra Cloran

 

 

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16.10.18

Chevalier Dance Troupe at Tulip Time

The Chevalier College Events Dance Troupe performed for the first time at the Tulip Time Parade on Saturday 22 September.

Year 10 student, Mackenzie Boyd, choreographed the dance to match the theme of memories, exploring friendships and the important moments …

28.08.18

Building Blog – August update

Both new buildings at Chevalier College are currently on schedule and really taking shape!

READ MORE and see the images in the Building Blog August progress report

 

Debra Cloran

9.08.18

UOW Learning Labs @ Liverpool

The popular UOW Learning Labs enrichment program is being offered for the first time at the UOW Liverpool campus during the October school holidays.

Learning Labs workshops cover a range of diverse and innovative disciplines designed to challenge and stimulate …

6.08.18

Building Blog – July update

Both new buildings at Chevalier College are currently on schedule and progressing well, thanks to a good run of weather!

READ MORE in the Building Blog July progress report

1.06.18

Local talent shines in madcap murder mystery

Audiences were once again treated to a first-class stage production by students when they presented their biennial play last week.

Conceived as a madcap reimagining of a Sherlock Holmes murder mystery, ‘Baskerville’ was a feast for the senses……

25.05.18

Comedy whodunit keeps you laughing and guessing

This madcap comedy take on a classic Sherlock Holmes mystery has audiences howling for more of ‘Baskerville’.

The passing parade of zany characters, clever set design and lighting, atmospheric music, quick change artistry of the cast who scamper in and …

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