This episode looks forward to welcoming the Estancia Eagles! We remember the adventures of Year 8 Camp, and the classic whodunit of the Year 10 Crime Mystery Night. Spoiler alert! We reveal the identity of the murderer!
The 2015 Estancia High School Delegation (The Eagles), will arrive in Australia to a rockstar welcome on Sunday 26th July.
This episode explores why students at HCSC love reading, how you can improve your reading skills, and even interviews some teachers who weren’t always book worms! We also cover the recent Community Connections Concert, celebrating the diversity of our school to coincide with Refugee Week
This episode highlights the importance of dance at HCSC. But what are the reasons why you dance in the first place? Our VET Dance students put together a list of reasons why… Lastly, a group of Year 10 Students put together a dance piece to showcase the theme of friendship.
This episode explains the purpose of one of the most anticipated events of the HCSC year… the Business Carnival! Some of the ‘businesses’ then had the opportunity to advertise on HoppersTV. Look out for Ms. Thomas who is also in front of the camera for ‘A Minute to Win It’ – a night of games for the Year 9s.
This episode covers the China Overseas Learning Experience. The 2014 China Delegation explains what it’s all about, and includes some great footage of their trip as well as reflecting on what they’ve learnt.
This episode covers the Year 10 Mini-Olympics, a fun day for all Year 10 students to unwind after some intense studying over Term 1… Speaking of studying, Hoppers TV investigators interviewed people around the school to get their best study tips! To finish up, Riley Voluntad’s (Year 9) beautifully but sad short film about the effects of cyberbullying.
This episode highlights culture at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College. We start off with a performance from the school band at one of our recess performances. Advancing the Community and 10 Foundation English speak to you about their diverse cultural heritage.
This episode highlights the Swimming Carnival and the victory of Camplin Blue! Well done everyone who participated! You also meet our 2015 Student Representative Council. Finally, David Motoska (Year 12) presents a short film ‘The Last Laugh’.