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Chev’s mission to help out farmers

The Bowral Co-op’s drought appeal received a substantial contribution from Chevalier College late last week.

Principal Chris McDermott handed Bowral Co-op CEO Craig Perkins a cheque last Friday, August 17, offering $15,000 on behalf of the school to help support


Chevalier College supports local community doing it tough

On Friday 17 August, Principal Chris McDermott, presented a donation of $15,000 to the Bowral Co-op Drought Appeal on behalf of the students, parents and staff at Chevalier College. The donation came from funds raised through multiple Chevalier College mission


Sports Report – ISA Round 10

The final round of ISA competition commenced on a spring-like Saturday morning. Conditions did get a bit windy and dusty later in the day. Our Netballers, once again, were near and far playing at six different venues for this round. 


Students get creative for new magazine

With the publication of the new Southern Highlands Magazine, schools were asked to submit creative works by their students depicting something special about living in our region.

It’s a delightful feature of the publication and well worth a look.

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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 …


Counselling Chronicle (9)

Issue Nine…

The Adolescent Brain – Closed for Construction

Childhood is the period in which human beings undergo the most rapid change. While adolescents undergo many changes, perhaps one of the most significant (and, at times, infuriating) is their development


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


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


‘Pie Time’ a huge success

The Southern Highlands NSW has fully entrenched itself as ‘Australia’s Home of Pies’ following a hugely successful destination marketing and events campaign which celebrated the humble Aussie icon throughout the month of June now known as ‘Pie Time’.

Now in …


Sports Report – ISA Round 9

The second last competition round took place on Saturday with most Chev teams playing away. The Netballers were at 5 different venues. The Rugby Boys were up early to travel to Bathurst. And the Hockey Girls were over the road

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