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Chris Topp Memorial Movie Night

From a man who loved the outdoors, comes a movie about a man who’d do anything to get there. 


To honour Chris Topp, Chevalier College in conjunction with FISH, will be hosting a special screening …


School Zone and Bus Safety

The Local Government Road Safety Program has issued new guidelines for the Wingecarribee Shire to help keep all our children safe in school zones. 

CLICK HERE to download WSC School Zone Safety flyer (2pp pdf)

School zones are in place


Chevalier Dance Troupe at Tulip Time

The Chevalier College Events Dance Troupe performed for the first time at the Tulip Time Parade on Saturday 22 September.

Year 10 student, Mackenzie Boyd, choreographed the dance to match the theme of memories, exploring friendships and the important moments …


Back to School – School Zone Safety


School Zones - new fines and demerit point apply in 2018Charlotte Street | School Zones
Term Four – Monday 15 October to Friday 21 December 2018

A REMINDER TO ALL DRIVERS that school zones will be activated on Monday 15 October across NSW


2018 Mock Trial Competition

The 2018 Mock Trial season started off with a bang! Our first trial was only a practice round, but we were pleased to win against St Paul’s International College, Moss Vale, despite the restrictions of missing valuable team members Zin


Presentation Ball – Highlife Magazine

Some beautiful photos from the recent Great Gatsby themed Presentation Ball in the October / November 2018 edition of Highlife Magazine (p. 162).

READ MORE… The Great Chevalier Ball, Chev News, 17/9/18 



Relay for Life – Southern Highlands

Year 10 Chevalier College student Tessa Lefterys is the team leader for some Chev students in the Southern Highlands ‘Relay for Life’ – to be held on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October at the Moss Vale Showgrounds.

Please follow …


Year 10 Wilderness – Solo Expedition

Year 10 Wilderness students recently completed their 24 hour Overnight Solo expedition. During this expedition students are isolated from their peers in a forest location and are required to construct their own natural shelter to sleep in overnight, as well


ISA Athletics Carnival 2018

It was a cracking day at the ISA Athletics Carnival on Tuesday 11 September, both weather-wise and results-wise.

All the students competing at this event did the school proud with their efforts and doing their best.

Many students competed in …


Counselling Chronicle (10)

Issue Ten…

Encouraging Helpful Thinking

Our brains are constant instant messaging machines. They communicate a variety of information from our environment and seek a variety of input from us. It can feel as if we have an internal ‘narrator’ that

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