October is Australia’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. It provides an opportunity for us all to focus on breast cancer and its impact on those affected by the disease in our community.
Joseph Hourn received the Chevalier Award for Excellence in the Humanities - pictured here with Principal Chris McDermott at the Chevalier College Academic Awards ceremony in September 2020.
Chevalier College students have joined Black Dog Institute’s ‘Mullets for Mental Health’ campaign to encourage you to shape and grow your mullet for the month of September, and raise much-needed funds for mental health research.
We are very blessed to be part of an extremely supportive Chev community.
Saturday sport continued with Round 3 of the Highlands Cup.
Beautiful one day , perfect the next. That was the Southern Highlands this weekend.
The National Disability Insurance Agency would like to invite school leavers and their families to attend a virtual information session.
This year’s HSC is different due to COVID-19. Information is available on the NESA website to clearly answer parents’ questions about the HSC exams.
It was the ‘frozen bubble’ for sport on Saturday with our new competition between Chevalier College and Oxley College.
College counsellor at Chevalier College, Sarah Mangelsdorf has some advice on how parents can better communicate with their teens.
Usually held annually in August, the Presentation Ball is the social highlight of the school calendar for Year 11 students at Chevalier College – and COVID-19 was not about to spoil the party.
Language learning at Chevalier College has received a boost this year which is seeing a ‘little piece of Japan’ emerging on campus.
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