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NAPLAN and the HSC changes: Frequently asked questions for Chev Parents

From 2020 students in NSW must reach the minimum standard of literacy and numeracy to be eligible for the HSC. The College is taking steps to ensure that students are well-prepared for these changes.

The 2017 National Assessment Program – …


Chevalier graduate receives top honour

Congratulations go to UOW medical science student Jessica Semken – winner of the 2017 Casey-Lee Hull Memorial Scholarship for attaining the highest raw ATAR score for the previous year and completing In2Uni’s University Preparation Program (UPP). Jessica graduated from Chevalier


Measles outbreak in Western Sydney

The NSW Ministry of Health advises there is currently an outbreak of measles in South Western and Western Sydney, with at least nine people having acquired the disease in the region during March 2017.   CLICK HERE for the full article…


A Highlands polevaulter has reached new heights in her latest competition

Congratulations go to Chevalier College Year 8 student Alice Hamlen on a great performance at the 2017 National Athletics Championships held at Sydney Olympic Park on April 1. 

PERSONAL BEST: Alice Hamlen in action at the 2017 National Athletics Championships at Sydney Olympic Park on April 1. Photo: supplied.

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Report by
Madeline Crittendon
Southern Highland News


Chev boys’ close shave for charity

A group of Chevalier College students have taken a brave step in support of a staff member and a class mate. Sixteen Year 11 students have opted for close shaves to raise money for the World’s Greatest Shave. Their close


Work, Health and Safety matter

Over the past few years there has been a noticeable increase in the number of students and staff who experience adverse reactions to aerosols. Investigation into this matter shows that an increasing number of the population experience various reactions to


Thredbo 2017 Mountain Biking AIS Champions

Under cloudless skies and a very warm 28 degrees in the Snowy Mountains on the weekend of 18-19 March, the Chevalier College Mountain Bike Team shone in their events at the Thredbo 2017 Australian Inter-Schools Championships.

With 43 Chevalier riders …


STEM Camp for Girls 2018

Expressions of interest are now OPEN to young women who will be entering into Years 10 and 11 in 2018 – applications close 21 July 2017. Themes for the camp will include: Biomedical Engineering, Sustainability, Renewable Energy, and Innovative


Debut success for Public Speaker Josh

The Catholic Schools Debating Association runs the Catholic Schools Public Speaking competition, held in Term 1 each year. Entry is open to students from Years 7 –12 from any Catholic school in NSW. This year, for the first time, a


Sports Report – ISA Summer Finals

On a perfect day for just about any activity, Chev had seven basketball teams and two softball teams playing in the ISA Summer Finals fixtures at Blacktown and Penrith. In a great day of competition, we ended up with four

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