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Science internships: How to win friends and influence people

Past Chevalier College student Emlyn Graham (Class of 2013) can do a magic trick. He knows, at any moment, how to earn your instant respect. He can be serving a customer at his part-time job in a bottle shop when,


Technology at Chevalier in 2017

As Chev starts the next phase of its ‘Bring Your Own Device’ journey, parents and students will find important information on the Technology page of our website.

This includes:


Celebrating Advent through giving

The Chevalier College community celebrated Advent at a beautiful liturgy held on Thursday 1 December, the last day of school for 2016. Students and staff from across the college collected goodies and treats for their annual Christmas hamper collection for


Alicia’s designing her future

From the youngest age Alicia Braid had her sights set on being an interior designer, and this determined young woman is one step closer to her dream with an early offer from RMIT for their Diploma of Interior Design and


The Kemsley Trophy 2016

On a classic Highlands’ spring day (cloud early on, sunny and warm in the middle of the day, and drizzle, low cloud and a drop in temperature of at least 10 degrees by late afternoon!) Chevalier College hosted the 9th


Chev “take-away” for Vinnie’s Van

In the lead up to Christmas it’s good to see the spirit of giving and sharing alive and well at Chev with students and staff from our Food Technology and Social Justice groups pitching in together to bring some warm


20th Annual Japanese Film Festival, Sydney

On Friday 25th of November, the Chevalier College Year 9 Japanese Class headed to Sydney to participate in the annual Japanese Film Festival, presented by the Japan Foundation. Each year as part of the festival a “School Screening” is organised


Phoebe in focus

Congratulations to Chev Year 9 student Phoebe Johnson on being selected for the Basketball Under 17s Australian Development Squad, giving her a chance to be selected to represent Australia in the 2017 World Titles.  

Read the full story in Southern


Year 10 students research dance for therapy

For people with Parkinson’s Disease, dancing is about more than just enjoyment. Dancing has a range of physical and mental benefits – something which Year 10 students at Chevalier College recently learned.

Read the Southern Highland News story (with video)…


Brief exchange brings life changing connections

Our biennial visit from Murasakino High School in Term 3 this year was a great experience for all.  Chevalier College played host to 20 students ranging in ages 15 – 17, along with their accompanying teachers. The purpose of this

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