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Students are advised to stay home today due to the severe weather conditions throughout our region. Exams have been cancelled, bus services were cancelled and power is out much of the region.  A skeleton staff will be present for any …



One of our students has been diagnosed with ‘Slapped Cheek’. This is a mild illness that doesn’t pose any health risks to the sufferer.

However, contracting the virus is serious for people with specific conditions such as pregnancy, weakened immunity …


Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability 2013 – 2015

Reprinted from 17 October 2014…

Dear Parents/Caregivers,

You may be aware that every year Commonwealth, State and Territory governments collect statistical information from schools about the students who are enrolled. This information creates a statistical snapshot of education in Australia, …


On a mission to entertain at Chevalier

Our Mission Concert on Friday 19 June was yet another showcase of the talented students at the College and a wonderful testament to the generosity of the Chev Community of over 1,000 who braved a very cold night to support


Early insight into university for Chevalier students

Chevalier College students will be going to university in August.  A team of students from the school participated in the annual Southern Highland Science and Engineering Challenge held at Mittagong RSL Club last month and took out the winning prize.


Message for Schools from Hume LAC Police Force


Police attached to The Hume LAC have been called to investigate a number of incidents in local schools involving ‘sexting’ and the dissemination of pornographic images.
It is a criminal offence to take, transmit or possess images …


Sports Report – ISA Round 6

‘Twas a beautiful day for play on Saturday, with most Chev teams playing at home. All of our College Netball, Hockey, Rugby and Girls Soccer Teams played in a busy morning of sport.

Most of the Netballers had a good …


Visit to Sunnataram Forest Monastery

On Tuesday, May 19th the Year 11 Studies of Religion (2 Unit) students visited the Sunnataram Forest Monastery at Bundanoon. Despite the wet weather it was a very enjoyable day. We began the day with a 10 minute guided meditation


Gardiner Shield for commitment to Chevalier Basketball 2014-15

At a recent full school assembly Chloe Genner of Year 11 and Isaac Martin of Year 12 were jointly awarded the ‘Gardiner Shield’. This annual award is presented to the player who has shown the most commitment to the Chevalier


Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea at Chev

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea at Chevalier College was an opportunity for friends and colleagues to get together over a cup of tea and enjoy a bite to eat, while raising much needed funds to help beat cancer.  The funds raised …

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