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Trades Skills Centre an exciting addition to Highlands school

Chevalier College has exciting new additions to its extensive educational facilities.  Read the article…


Drop-Off and Pick-Up Arrangements for all Chev Students

Peak Times Traffic Flow at Chev

With the closure of general access to the Charlotte Street car parks during ‘peak times’ vehicles must enter and exit the College via Entrance ‘A’ on Moss Vale Road or Entrance ‘B’ on Eridge …


Students Help Vinnies

‘For 20 years students have shared their Christmas spirit with disadvantaged families in the Highlands through the work of St Vincent de Paul in a program initiated by Fr Bob Irwin, 1994 Chevalier College Principal’.     Read the article in the


Congratulations to Class of 2014 – HSC Results

Chevalier College is delighted for the Class of 2014, with some outstanding results attained in the Higher School Certificate by Chev students.  The results were released on Wednesday 18 December.

Mitchell Rowett has been recognised as the Chevalier College


Three CAT Nominations for Chev Students

The Performing Arts faculty at Chev is celebrating its latest successes with nominations for CAT Awards in the 2014 School Productions category for ‘The School for Wives’. This hilarious production directed by Kate Price gained three nominations – Jacob


High Five for Chevalier College

Talented students score nominations…

Chevalier College students Serena Mevissen, Elizabeth Ferguson, Jessica Rusconi and Ricky Prohm have received an exceptional five HSC Showcase nominations for their major works in English, Dance and Music.   Read the article….   or SHNews article on-line…


Sympathy and prayers to all affected by Sydney siege

The President of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference and Archbishop of Melbourne, the Most Reverend Archbishop Denis Hart, extends the deepest sympathy and prayers of the Catholic Church in Australia to all people affected by the siege in Martin Place, …


South Passage Adventure Under Sail

On Friday 5 December 2014,  19 Chevalier College students and two teachers set sail on a three day voyage from Wollongong to Sydney on the South Passage, a 100 foot (30.5m) gaff rigged Schooner.  The ship was specifically designed for …


Sports News – 29 November 2014

Our young cricketers paid emotional tributes to Phillip Hughes at their matches on Saturday 29 November, observing 63 seconds of silence before the start of each match and wearing black armbands.  The College also ‘put out our bat’ in support …


Put Out Your Bats – In Memory of Phillip Hughes

Our deep and heartfelt thoughts join with the cricketing and wider communities in the tragic and untimely loss of Phillip Hughes.  Chev’s young cricketers paid emotional tributes to Mr Hughes at their matches on Saturday 29 November observing 63 seconds …

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