With so much going on in such a short space of time you would be forgiven for thinking we are further into the year than we really are: already our 2019 Student Representative Council has been named; the 2018/19 Student Exchange delegation returned from its trip to the USA; Year 12 students soaked up the Study Camp experience and a Welcome Barbecue was held for our new Year 7 students and their families. Read more . . .
This year the College saw not only the highest ATAR score in its 34 year history, but a record-breaking number of ATAR scores in the 90’s. We are extremely proud of all our Year 12 students who worked so hard to achieve fabulous results. The core of the 2019 student leadership group has been named and next year will include an additional 2 students as College Music Captains. Read more . . .
End of year celebrations for our Year 12 students are generally not for the feint-hearted, and this year proved to be no exception! Our most senior students enjoyed a fitting farewell to their secondary schooling before heading off to begin their final exam preparation. Our 2019 College Captains have been announced, organisation of this year’s College Awards Night is well under way, staff and students enjoyed a fun-filled Design and Technology Week. Read more . . .
Rather than winding down it seems this term has screeched to a halt. There has been so much happening at the College, but most recently our amazing and talented Wakakirri Team was victorious again this year winning the State Finals with their piece titled ‘The Race of Life’. In addition we have hosted Book Week, Year 11 Movie and Games Nights, a Careers Carnival, Year 12 Super Friday, Year 7 Trivia Night – and that’s just the beginning. Read more . . .
Our talented students impressed their audience at the Senior School Music Night amidst a term jam-packed with teaching and learning in both the Junior and Senior Schools. Excursions, camps, interschool sport, work experience, Dante Alighieri Italian poetry competition, and preparing for the upcoming Wakakirri performing arts event are just a few of the events that made up this term. Read more . . .
Download the 3rd issue of Newsline for 2018 to see what has been happening and what is coming up in the weeks ahead. From athletics day to parliamentary forums, our students have been busy making an impact in their own lives, as well as contributing to the lives of the community around us. Read more . . .
It’s been a busy year so far at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College. After 34 years at the College we farewell our Principal, Mr Wayne Terrill who is moving on to a new and exciting chapter in his career, we farewell staff member Yan Naidoo, who sadly and suddenly passed away at home, students have participated in all manner of extra-curricular activities such as camps, incursions, excursions and challenges.
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Our 2018 Student Representative Council is unveiled plus new and returning staff are introduced; the 2017 Hoppers Crossing Secondary College delegation recounts their recent trip to the USA; Year 12 students attended a Study Skills Camp at the University of Melbourne; new Year 7 students and their families enjoyed a Welcome Barbecue and our first major fundraiser for the year – Pancake Day was a massive success. Read more . . .
Well, another school year is all but done, but just as 2017 wound down, preparations ramped up for another jam-packed year in 2018. In the last few weeks alone senior students sat exams, took part in transition classes, visited Deakin University and danced the night away at the Year 10 Formal. The academic year was celebrated in style once again as we applauded the successes of our students at the Annual Awards Evening. Read more . . .
It’s business as usual for our junior students who continue to work hard to complete set tasks and assessments. Meanwhile VCAA exams are well under way for our Year 12 students, who recently enjoyed Independence day, graduation assembly and valedictory dinner celebrations to mark the end of an era. Read more . . .