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Great designs for tiny houses

In Term One, as part of a unit of study in Technology, Year 7 students were given a task to develop a proposal and complete a design folio to build a tiny house. The ‘tiny house movement’ is a description


The Great Chevalier Ball

This year’s Chevalier College Presentation Ball held on Friday 31 August was another outstanding success and a wonderful night to be cherished in the memories of all who attended.

The young women and men from Year 11, elegantly turned out …


Two week exchanges a possibility

Ever thought of going on teacher exchange but unable to spend a year overseas?

Short exchanges to Canada are now a possibility through the IEU’s teacher exchange program.

Alberta teacher Sue Mills and Chevalier College Bowral teacher Ali Montgomery recently …


Throwback Thursday Chevalier College Presentation Ball

Chevalier College’s Year 11 students will celebrate in style on August 31. They will be dressed in style for the annual presentation ball.

To get in the spirit of the occasion the Southern Highland News takes us on a short


Building Blog – August update

Both new buildings at Chevalier College are currently on schedule and really taking shape!

READ MORE and see the images in the Building Blog August progress report


Debra Cloran


Rotary and ANU bring the United Nations to Canberra

The Rotary national Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) was conducted in the historic House of Representatives Chamber of the Old Parliament House, home to the Museum of Australian Democracy from 17-19 August. This was the 22nd consecutive MUNA event


Sports Report – ISA Finals

What a GREAT day for Chev sporting teams, in the Finals of the ISA competition.

There were a few disappointments during the day, but with 10 out of the 17 teams victorious there were certainly a lot of smiling faces …


Vietnam Veterans’ Day

Chevalier College students proudly represented the college at the Vietnam Veterans’ Day Memorial Services held on Saturday 18 August at the Vietnam War Memorial in Bowral.

Many people braved the cold and blustery day to attend the service and pay …


Sports Report – ISA Semi-Finals

It’s always a great day when semi’s and finals arrive. Full of excitement, nerves, emotions, courage and sportsmanship. Plenty of good news in this report to warm the heart.

We have to start with Tennis this week. The Chevalier Boys …


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

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