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Sports Report – ISA Winter Round 9

Another super Saturday, lots of great games, lots of happy smiling faces around. Where to start?

Hockey was first up with the 1sts and 2nds both at home. The 1sts had a big 7-0 win over Blue Mountains and 2nds …


Careers News – what’s ahead?

Chevalier College Careers News is published regularly throughout the year and is a valuable source of information for our students and their parents seeking opportunities to attend Open Days, info sessions, expos, forums, conferences and workshops; and for those looking


Year 9 NAPLAN results and the HSC minimum standard

MESSAGE FROM NESA (NSW Education Standards Authority)

HSC minimum standard required to receive the HSC from 2020
Literacy and numeracy skills are the foundation for success in life after school. This is why eligibility for the HSC is changing. From …


Sports Report – ISA Winter Round 8

Most of the girls’ teams played at home for the resumption of play on Saturday 22 July after the recent holidays. The early birds certainly had a frosty start to the day.

The Netballers’ were all at home and in …


Counselling Chronicle (2)

Internet and Technology Addictions – Definition and Management

This issue of the Counselling Chronicle is the first of a three-part series on internet and technology addictions, an increasingly hot-button topic in parenting and psychological literature. Both Chevalier College Counsellors recently


Navigating the right turns

Some 40 Chevalier College students joined more than 162 students from eight different high schools from around the Highlands and Sydney regions to compete in the orienteering high school championships on 28 June at Lake Alexandria.

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Staying safe on the roads in winter

In the cold climes of the NSW Southern Highlands, drivers of all ages face challenges in winter conditions that require more skill and some extra planning. This article in the May issue of Snapshot Magazine has some good tips for


Classical Music Club’s annual student grant scheme

Chevalier College music students Sarah Tomlinson and Sam Malone, and their teacher Kate Malone, are preparing for this weekend’s concert to be held at St Jude’s Anglican Church at 2.30pm on Sunday, to raise funds for the Classical Music Club’s


Reporting Processes at Chevalier College

Chevalier College has a comprehensive reporting system to ensure that parents and students are formally notified of each student’s progress and achievement at least twice a year. Our fundamental goal in providing these reports is to improve student learning.

Reports …


Brielle doesn’t horse around

In April this year Chevalier College Year 8 student Brielle Powell competed at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, winning not just one, but FOUR major championships in the equestrian sporting events she loves, and was named top youth rider at

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