High School has a busy annual calendar. This includes a wide range of events which
are embedded in the culture of the school and include:
and creative performances and events
events and also
activities and events
Annual highlights include:
Perhaps, the highlight of the annual school calendar, Presentation Night celebrates the achievements of students throughout the year. The evening showcases the talent of the performing arts students with musical and dance performances as well as highlighting the wide range of academic, artistic and sporting achievements. Significant Australians have attended in the past as guest speakers including Dame Quentin Bryce AD, CVO in her role as Governor General of Australia.
ceremony during which the Senior Leaders are inducted into their roles and all
year 12 students are inducted as Seniors.
A guest speaker addresses the student cohort with a message for the
Anzac Day is
commemorated with a formal ceremony which highlights the significance of the
day to all Australians. Students are
addressed by a member of the armed forces and also the School Captains. This gives students an opportunity to reflect
on the freedoms we now enjoy in Australia.
Year 12 Formal
The Year 12
formal is a highlight of the year for year 12 students and celebrates the
cohesiveness of the cohort. Students
themselves organise the event with the assistance of the year coordinators.
Year 10 Informal
10 no longer plays a significant point in the finishing of school, the year 10
Informal has remained a important milestone for year 10 students as they
prepare to progress into year 11 and as. As with the year 12 Formal, students
themselves organise the event with the assistance of the year coordinator.
Year 12 Valedictory
highlight in the year 12 calendar is the Valedictory which celebrates for
students and their families the completion of their schooling. The event is held in the school’s Crosswell
Hall with students, parents and staff in attendance.