From a sunset on Kosciuszko to lunch on Blue Lake – this 4-night Wilderness trip will forever be one of the best experiences of my life.
Players and coaches were happy to be back in action on a beautiful May Saturday.
The students learnt so much from this experience and even got to parade their cattle in the Grand Parade on both Friday and Sunday.
Open Day at Chevalier College is a wonderful opportunity to see our school in action, meet our students and staff and enjoy our beautiful grounds.
Saturday 13 March was lucky for some teams playing in the final matches of the ISA Summer season.
It was a huge day at the Moss Vale Show with all 21 Show Team students who competed in paraders coming away with a ribbon!
Our Junior Cricketers were playing their semi-final against Moss Vale. The Chev team seems to have found form at the right time with a very solid batting performance.
Another Highlands 2021 summer's day on Saturday brought varying weather conditions. All sport went ahead as planned with plenty of Chev teams in action.
Finally! We had a picture perfect morning for Summer Sport.
Round 2 of the revised Summer competition was played on Saturday with mixed weather conditions once again.
Conditions were slightly damp and gloomy for those outdoors on Saturday. Despite the elements, all fixtures (even cricket!) were completed, albeit with players and coaches of some teams getting a 'bit soggy'.
Chevalier College, the alma mater of the late Hon. John Fahey AC will honour him with the naming of a new building precinct to be known as The John Fahey Education and Sport Centre.
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