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See satirical sensation

If you enjoy comic operas or satires about politics, then book a seat at Chevalier College. The staff and students will raise the curtain on their production of The Mikado for Highlanders, and it promises to be a joyous and 


Chevalier’s Year 12 students ‘Gathering with the Bishop’

On Wednesday 26 April, the Year 12 cohort of Chevalier College went up to Mount Carmel to participate, along with students from Magdalene Catholic High School and Mount Carmel Catholic College, in the first of four meetings between the Year


Using Canvas as a Parent / Caregiver

Parents can sign up as an observer in Canvas, the Chevalier College Learning Management System. Observers can link their Canvas account to their student’s account so they can see assignment dues dates, announcements, and other course content. Observers can view


Sports Report – ISA Winter Round 2

Saturday 6 May was another lovely day for Round 2 of the ISA Winter competition. Again, most teams were playing away with tennis and boys’ soccer at home.

The Tennis teams both had good matches against Oxley and St Paul’s. …


NAPLAN starts Tuesday 9 May 2017


NAPLAN tests will be held from Tuesday, May 9 until Thursday May 11. The tests will be taken by students in Year 7 and Year 9 in Periods 1 and 2 of the day.



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


College Captains visit NSW Parliament House

On Wednesday 29 March 2017, we were invited to participate in the 2017 Secondary Schools Leadership Program at NSW Parliament House, Sydney. This civics and citizenship program offered us the opportunity, along with Year 12 leaders from other schools in


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…

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