Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll

Dear Members of the Terrace Family,

Welcome to Week 2.  I hope that the first week, particularly for our new families, was a positive one and allowed you to feel part of the Terrace Family.

An important part of the beginning of each year at Terrace are the Information Nights held for each year level.  These nights, whilst different for each year level, provide an opportunity for the College Leadership Team to expand upon what is happening in each of their specific areas.  This week the Information Nights for Years 5, 6, 7 and 10 have been scheduled, with the remainder over the next two weeks.  I encourage parents and caregivers to attend these nights.  I also thank the TLG for their support in providing supper for the Years 5, 6, 7 and 10 evenings.

I thank parents for their cooperation with the pickup and drop off processes thus far.  As you can imagine, there are a large number of cars, particularly in the afternoon.  With the building works, the congestion is even greater.  I again remind parents to use Centenary Pool car park as the major pick up area in the afternoon and to avoid Rogers Street (building works) and Victoria Street (narrowness) if possible.  I again thank you for your support.

Another significant area of focus at this stage of our year is around road safety.  Each afternoon, staff are located at various places around the school to facilitate safe road crossings.  At assembly this week, the crossing areas were explained.  To assist in promoting road safety for the students, I ask parents to further emphasise this message at home.  Already we have witnessed students crossing Water Street and St Paul’s Terrace not at the lights.  This is incredibly dangerous, so again, your support is greatly appreciated.

The assemblies for the next two weeks will have a strong academic focus.  Next week, the College welcomes back our 37 OP1 students from 2018 at the Scholars’ Assembly.  The following week, the first of our Academic Medal Assemblies for 2019 will be held.  Both assemblies are great examples of the ‘Culture of Learning’ that exists within this great College.  I look forward to seeing many of you at these events.

At this week’s College Assembly, the Captains of Cricket and Volleyball were acknowledged.  It is my pleasure to confirm the following appointments:

Captain of Cricket – William Prestwidge
Vice Captains of Cricket – Nicholas McGill and Ryan Walker

Captain of Volleyball – George Moore
Vice Captain of Volleyball – Zachary Hyams

I congratulate these young men and know that they will represent their teams and Terrace with distinction.  I also wish our cricketers, volleyballers, rowers and swimmers all the very best as they compete in the 2019 GPS seasons.  It is important that Terrace plays competitively, but it is even more important that Terrace plays with sportsmanship.  Good luck to all.

Finally this week, I congratulate all our College and House Leaders and the Year 12 cohort as tomorrow the College will host its Opening Mass and Year 12 Induction.  Our Year 12 cohort is a fine group of young men and tomorrow the staff, parents and students have the opportunity to congratulate these young men.

Have a great week.

God Bless.

Dr Michael Carroll
College Principal

Deputy Principal | Mr Chris Ryan

Child Protection

St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace is committed to best practice in ensuring the safety and protection of all students. Please feel welcome to peruse the Edmund Rice Education Australia Child Protection Policy and Processes document which may be found on our website under About Us/Policies.

All non-teaching full-time, part time, contract, relief, seasonal and volunteer employees are required to register with Blue Card Services in order to work with young people at Terrace. A central register of these persons is kept. All of these persons are also required to complete an online training module about our Child Protection Policy and Processes every two years. Several hundred persons connected with our programs are presently completing this again.

Our full-time staff have regular onsite training about updates in legislation and advice on best practice in mandatory reporting. 

Our School Referral Officers for Child Protection matters are:

Dr Michael Carroll: College Principal
Mr Chris Ryan: Deputy Principal
Mr Damien Cuddihy: Acting Dean of Students
Mr Luke Gribble: Acting Dean of Waterford Place
Ms Jai-Leigh Beard: Counsellor
Mr Paul Antenucci: Counsellor
Mrs Natalie Twine: Counsellor

This year, we have also appointed Ms Katie White to the inaugural position of Compliance Manager. Ms White will work with Dr Carroll, Mr Adam Read and myself in overseeing matters of compliance, including Child Protection at the College.

Please always feel welcome to contact any of these members of staff or your son’s House Dean at any time.

Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer

One of the most important lessons I learnt as a young teacher was the importance of being prepared. Former Terrace parent, Mr Cliff Mallett, was my teaching supervisor when I completed my third year Physical Education practicum at St Peter’s College, Indooroopilly. As well as being very nervous for my first secondary practical, I had broken my ankle a few weeks prior and was on crutches for the entire six weeks. I made many mistakes, as student teachers do.  However, I very quickly learnt that in order to be effective I had to be prepared. Prepared with equipment, prepared with knowledge to answer student questions and prepared to adapt my lessons as I responded to student needs. An acronym that many adults are aware of is the 5Ps – Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.
For students, this week is about being prepared and setting their academic goals for the term. In order to prevent poor performance at assessment time student will need to:

  • Prepare their study timetable
  • Plan how to use their study time effectively
  • Plan how they will work toward their assignment due dates
  • Set their academic goals for the year
  • Prepare to work hard 

Ultimately it is up to each student to take responsibility for his own learning. However, the College is here to work with each student on his academic journey. There are a number of initiatives that students can access to assist with their study:

  • Assessment calendars have been distributed to students to assist with their planning.
  • Staff tutoring is offered to students by our generous staff. The staff tutoring list can be found on the College App.
  • Study Group is available, to Year 12 students only, every afternoon in room 5.15 from 3.15-5.30pm. This will be commencing in Week 3

Much of the feedback we receive from past students who have achieved well academically is that academic success comes about through sustained hard work. It does not happen by chance. So, embrace the 5Ps and be prepared.

Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy

 The Parent Information Evenings began this week with the Years 5, 6 and 7 sessions being exceptionally well attended. The enthusiasm shown by parents and staff for these evenings builds on the vital partnership between home and school. This evening we continue with the Year 10 Parent Information Evening at Waterford Place. The Opening Mass and Year 12 Induction is on at the University of Queensland tomorrow. It is a very significant day on the Terrace calendar, and we look forward to celebrating this event with your son’s presence tomorrow. 

The afternoon pick-up process has been a little less chaotic than in previous years. A reminder that the pick-up zone is located at the Centenary Pool carpark. We ask that you don’t park and wait for your son but rather drive through to where the staff are with the students. We are asking the students not to walk out onto the road but wait until you come to the curb before entering the car. If your son is catching public transport, I request that you speak to him about road safety and the need to cross at the lights. Please also discuss the need for common courtesy on the bus or train by offering his seat to an adult when required. 

Thanks to parents for ensuring students were well presented last week. Our mantra to the boys is that how they wear their uniform is an outward sign of what their school means to them. It has been impressive so far. In Week 1, we focused on identifying students returning to the College with inappropriate haircuts. This week, the attention turns to uniform. If there is a uniform issue, students are required to obtain a uniform card from their House Dean. Students who are unable to present a uniform card on exiting the College in the afternoon will be given a consequence to assist them in making this process a priority during the day. 

One aspect of the uniform which needs particular attention is the tightness of some school shirts.  If the shirt is too tight, it prevents the top button from being done up.  This button must be done up.  Regardless of what your son may tell you, tight shirts do not look good.  Please arrange for a new shirt that fits appropriately to be purchased from the uniform shop.

It is often a difficult first few weeks for our Years 5 and 7 students who are new to the College. They will settle over time.  However, whilst we have Parent/Mentor meetings next week, I would encourage you to contact your son’s House Dean or PC Mentor if you have any concerns. 

Dean of Identity | Mr Charles Brauer

“Sir, why ‘Pastoral Care’ group?”

There was an audible hum that grew amongst our young men in the Campbell Centre when it was innocuously announced at our first College Assembly that our ‘Tutor Groups’ will now be called ‘Pastoral Care Groups’. I’d like to think our young men were thinking “It’s about time they got that right!” However, it was more likely a hum of “What’s the point?” or “It took them five weeks of holidays to come up with that one!” I strongly believe the name change is at the heart of our Terrace Family.

Much of how we are called to ‘care’ for one another is grounded in our faith. Furthermore, many of the practical manifestations of this care for each other in our educational setting is grounded in the tradition Edmund Rice. Edmund Rice personified pastoral care for young people in an educational setting. In the context of English occupied Ireland of 1800, he was countercultural and relatively radical by the way he insisted the staff of his schools care for their young people. 

The below image is from the rule book of the very first Christian Brothers of the early 19th Century - Rules and Constitutions of the Society of Religious Brothers. At first, the rules seem quite archaic; however, it was unheard of for school teachers of the time and culture to greet young people by their first name and never an alternative condescending term or to shake their students’ hands. These two examples ground our community in a proud tradition of affirming the dignity of each and every individual in our school. 

Although it may appear just a name change, the renewed ‘Pastoral Care Group’ title is both an explicit and implicit reminder of the power of pastoral care to enable ourselves and each other to be our very best. I believe our enactment of pastoral care sets us apart from other educational systems. This not for boasting or for self-indulgence. Rather, our pastoral care for each other is something of which we should be extraordinary proud and of which we should never lose sight.

Years 11 and 12 Program Leader | Mrs Loren Serafin-Huey

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the Program Leader for Years 11 and 12. My primary role is to provide the students with support in their academic journey so that together we can optimise their academic outcomes. I am located in the Student Services offices and I will meet with students who need to discuss their academic program, their study strategies or other relevant school related matters. I am available to meet with the students and parents/care givers preferably before or after school or during the breaks. 

During Term 1, one of my responsibilities is to develop a Formation program for the Year 11 students. This study program can be found on Moodle / Formation / Year Eleven 2019 and it has a number of useful activities and links to guide the students this term. It is recommended that all students access this resource and work through the booklet and relevant resources to support them this year. 

One important aspect of the Term 1 Study Program is the introduction of myQCE for the graduates of 2020. This is a resource developed by QCAA ( myQCE will help students to plan their pathway to achieving their QCE by the end of Year 12 and explore further study, training and career options. In particular, there is a module for the students to complete on Academic Integrity. This course is relevant as it will provide them with an opportunity to familiarise themselves with the expectations of staff in respect to their academic conduct. For the current Year 12 students relevant QCAA information can be found at:

All Year 11 and 12 students should have reviewed their Assessment Calendars and developed their Term Plan over the weekend. This will provide each student with an overview of the term and the pressure points to be aware of. By now students should have completed their first Friday Roll Call of the year. Friday Roll Call occurs at the end of the week and each student reviews what he has learnt during the week. The amount that is written in the summary will depend on what has been covered that week in each subject. How the notes are written up will depend on each student. The use of sketch notes is one way of completing Friday Roll Call. 
Wishing you all the best for the year ahead. If you would like to contact me, please email on:

Terrace Library

The Terrace Library is gearing up for another big year in 2019! We have a lot to look forward to:

• Terrace Book Week (7-10 May 2019) – Reading is my Superpower
• Get Caught Reading competition
• The All In Book Club (for boys in Years 7 and 8) – Wednesday lunch time
• Terrace-AHS Book Club (for boys in Years 10, 11 and 12)
• Readers’ Cup
• Junior Library activities
• Father’s Day stall with Avid Reader
• And so much more…
Follow TerraceLibrary on Instagram to keep up to date with all the library news and events.

The Terrace Library supports your son’s academic pursuits with information resources, reading lessons, research lessons, NAPLAN preparation and through Terrace e-Scholar. E-Scholar provides research and referencing guidance across all year levels and links to the library catalogue, e-books, databases and digital video resources. It is a very valuable asset designed to assist all Terrace students.

The library’s hours of operation are 7.30am – 4.30pm each school day. After 3.10pm, boys who come to the library are expected to be actively engaged in homework or assignments, revision, research, reading or roll-call. It is a time for silent, individual work and concentrated effort. There is a librarian on duty who can help students if needed.

Please note that the Library will be unavailable for after school study on 13 February due to Parent/Mentor meetings. 

Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking

New Staff Profile – Bernardo Alviz, Music Tutor - Double Bass

Born and raised in Bogota, Colombia, Bernardo started his music studies at the age of 17 and holds a Bachelor degree from the Universidad Javeriana in Bogota as well as a Bachelor and Masters degree from the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin in Germany.

Bernardo was a scholarship recipient of the orchestra academy of the Komische Oper Berlin (2013-2014) and the Staatskapelle Berlin (2014-2016) as well as a regular guest with world leading orchestras including the Staatskapelle Berlin, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Deutsches Symphony Orchester Berlin, Netherlands Philharmonic and Konzerthaus Orchester Berlin, among others. He has performed with some of the world’s leading conductors and soloists such as Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Mehta, Gustavo Dudamel, Antonio Pappano, Pablo Heras Casado, Lahav Shani, Marta Argerich, Pekka Kussisto, Hakan Hardenberg, George Benjamin, Lisa Batiashvili, Renaud Capucon, Patricia Kopatchinskaja and Sol Gabetta.

Bernardo is a passionate performer of contemporary music and has performed in some of the most renowned festivals including the Lucerne festival in 2017 with Heinz Holliger and Mathias Pintcher as chief conductors; as principal bass with the Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop at the Donaueschingen Musiktagen in 2017 and at the Rainy Days music festival in Luxembourg 2014, as principal bass of the Staatskapelle Berlin during the Infektio! Music festival in Berlin in 2016, and as principal bass with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra at the Malmo International Chamber music festival 2016 in Sweden.

He is the recipient of the 2016 DAAD Prize for outstanding performance at the HfM Berlin with a program comprised of contemporary music; and a first prize for interpretation of new music at the 2015 Hanns Eisler Komponisten Forum in Berlin.

As you can see, the Terrace Family is very lucky to have someone like Bernardo working with our students.

The McMillan-Dethlefs Trophy Debate

Last year, All Hallows’ School and Gregory Terrace commenced a new opportunity for our senior debaters to engage in debating social issues. The McMillan-Dethlefs Trophy debate was established to continue the challenge to the students of both schools to have a greater awareness of social justice and advocacy. This year’s debate will be held on Thursday 28 February from 6pm in the Claver Hall at All Hallows’ School. The topic for this year’s debate is: That detention should be removed in Queensland as a penalty for young people. We would love to see supporters from the Terrace Family come along to celebrate this great opportunity for students of both schools.

State Debating Team Trials

Years 10-12 students are invited to trial for the Queensland State Debating Team.  Round One of trials will be held on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 February.  Register your interest by Wednesday 13 February at:

Email any questions to:

Middle School Musical – Madagascar - From Director Rachel Head

A group of 50 enthusiastic boys gathered in the Billet Street Drama Studio to begin the audition process.  Starting with some small group work involving animal characterisation and physicality, we kicked off the afternoon with a cold read of a portion of the script.  It was great to see the boys making some bold choices about their physicality!

We also had the opportunity to work on singing.  Here we focused on projection and the ability to quickly pick up a melody.  It was a real thrill to hear the boys embrace the opportunity and sing with such gusto.  

The Wednesday rehearsal continued with singing, where students looked at Together Forever and I Like to Move it Move it.   

I am really looking forward to working with the students and staff to produce a spectacular show.

2019 Music Tours

Thank you to all the parents who have signed up their son for a tour this year. We are now in the process of ascertaining who and what we have to ensure final costs and itinerary. Confirmation of the above will be communicated shortly.

Support Group Meetings - All Welcome

Debating Support Group – Tuesday 5 March, 5.30pm in the Old Boys’ Room

Terrace Performing Arts – Tuesday 5 March, 5.30pm in the Callan Centre

Acting Director of Music | Mr Jan Hewerdine

Congratulations to the Terrace Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of Mr Brad Esbensen, for their rousing rendition of Brass Machine at Tuesday’s assembly. This dynamic piece featured the trumpet section.

All ensembles are now underway. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Music Department

On Monday we assigned instruments out to all Year 5 boys. In Years 5 and 6, Classroom Music at Terrace is taught through instrumental performance and theory. Your son will learn either a band instrument (brass, woodwind, percussion) or a string instrument (violin, viola, cello, bass). These instruments are loaned for the duration of the course, free of charge, and have been supplied at great personal cost by Mr Norman Clarke (GT54). Over the years, Mr Clarke has spent in excess of $200,000 providing instruments for this program. We are very lucky to have this financial support for music and I hope that your son will make the most of this unique opportunity. For new families, please note that this is a curriculum subject, which is separate from co-curricular music.

A reminder that the Terrace App is being used to store and disseminate information such as the Music and Speech and Drama Handbook, the weekly rehearsal schedule, and Event Memos for performances. There will still be some information found on the College website but it will be of a more general nature. 

Performance and workshop notifications are send out as a tour, emailed via the Parent Lounge and this will be used to ascertain who will be attending performances and for roll marking. Could I ask that you respond promptly to these notifications as we use this information, among other things, to generate rolls and book us transport when applicable. Please keep in mind that it is expected that all members of an ensemble participate in all performances, but we understand that from time to time there may be circumstances that prevent attendance. If you are declining a tour, could you also please inform the ensemble director and cc: Finally, as these notices only go out to parents, could you please discuss the event with your son to ensure he has the details entered in his calendar. You and he will be able to view the Event Memo via the Terrace App. Links to the Parent Lounge will be mentioned in this section of the Terrace News as they become available. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Music Department

A full list of each term's events is included at the end of this article and will be updated as required. This list will contain a basic outline of each event with more detailed information being sent directly to those involved via the Parent Lounge.

Term 1 Events

• Opening Mass and Year 12 Induction Friday 8 February 

• Strings Workshop Sunday 17 February

• GPS Music Showcase Monday 18 February

• Chamber Music Concert Wednesday 27 February

• End Term 1 Friday 5 April

• ANZAC Day Rehearsals Tuesday and Wednesday 15&16 April

Acting Director of Sport | Mr Tyron Mandrusiak

We have enjoyed a busy first week across all sports with good performances in the pool, on the dam and on the cricket fields. The Volleyball program hosted a round of internal trials in preparation for this Saturday's Round 1 fixtures against TGS.

This week our First XI Cricket & First VI Volleyball Squads were presented on assembly. Both squads have shown good form to date, which will set them up well for the season ahead. Congratulations to the below boys on the leadership roles.

Cricket Captains:

  • William Prestwidge (Captain of Cricket)
  • Nicholas McGill (Vice Captain of Cricket)
  • Ryan Walker (Vice Captain of Cricket)

Volleyball Captains:

  • George Moore (Captain of Volleyball)
  • Zachary Hyams (Vice Captain of Volleyball)

At times, Terrace can be a very busy place and with so much on offer during Term 1, boys can feel a little overwhelmed. Clashes sometimes occur between sporting and cultural activities, which can cause heartache. When a clash occurs, boys are encouraged to contact the Sport and Culture Office and we can then work on a plan to ensure the commitment to both activities is managed.

Parents/caregivers can support our sport programs through dedicated Support Groups. Support Groups meet regularly, and all parents are most welcome to play an active role in supporting their sons and our programs. Meeting dates for these Support Groups are listed in the College Calendar.

Further information on Support Groups or our sport program can be obtained by contacting the Sport Office on +617 3214 5230.

All the very best for this weekend's games.

Cricket Wrap

Round 1 of GPS Cricket saw the Terrace Cricket Program kick off the 2019 Season against Toowoomba Grammar School (TGS) with teams also playing supplementary matches against Nudgee College, as well as some Internal fixtures. The matches against TGS were competitive and a high standard of Cricket was witnessed in all age groups.

Terrace took the honours on the day winning 23 of 29 games, including a bonus point victory in the 1st XI fixture.  The program also performed strongly across the supplementary matches with 78% of all games played on the weekend won.

In 2019 Terrace once again has fantastic participation numbers for GPS, fielding 44 teams consisting of 568 students. Round 1 was a particularly special occasion for our new Year 5 and Year 7 students who represented the College for the first time and did Terrace proud in their presentation and application on the day.

Regardless of the results, Terrace Cricketers are encouraged to play hard but fair in all matches, being in humble victory and gracious in defeat. The program is happy to report the spirit in which Terrace Cricket teams play was visibly evident across all age groups on Saturday, both on the field and on the sidelines. The students and wider cricket community must be congratulated for this.

Round 1 results

Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Tom Burns

As school life returns to normal after a week of orientation and settling in, it comes as no surprise that the strong support provided by all existing students at Terrace (not just Years 11 and 12) continues. This is a sure sign of what is to come and is representative of the inclusive culture that Terrace has built over the years. This culture has been cultivated to provide the best environment for students, new and existing, to learn and grow whilst being surrounded by people who will encourage and support them. 

The start of this week also saw the first of the Year 7 camps with Barrett House heading out to Maroon. Many students only have the opportunity to experience Maroon and what the camp experience has to offer on three occasions throughout their time at Terrace.  I encourage all the boys who are on their way out there to truly immerse themselves in the experience and use the time to bond with all members of your House. At the conclusion of all camps, the boys take part in a retreat. Each year, the Campus Ministry team runs a different retreat with Year 7 taking part in the Shalom Retreat, Year 8 in the Emmaus Retreat and Year 9 in the Micah Retreat. These retreats offer students an opportunity to reflect and gain a better understanding of their life and the people within it. 

Finally, all Term 1 sports kick off this weekend with Volleyball beginning their bid for the premiership this week against Toowoomba. Sport and culture play an integral role at the College and I encourage everyone to get involved as it will no doubt be very beneficial. Congratulations to all the boys who competed last weekend and good luck to everyone this weekend. 

All In

Terrace Shop

Read more for limited stock details and important reminders | Trading Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 7.30am-12, 12.30-3.30pm

  • Limited stock of senior red blazers are now available for sale. Please accompany your son to try these on as there is no exchange or refund on blazers.
  • Football socks have arrived.
  • A limited number of the GPS100 caps are available for sale - grab these collector's items fast before we sell out.

A reminder:
We will gladly exchange an item (as new, with tags and receipt) within 4 weeks of purchase. We do not refund for change of mind and only refund as per Australian Consumer Law. The Terrace Shop no longer holds personal credit card details on file, but parents can use the uniform order form found on the website.

Terrace Shop Uniform Purchase Form | Download HereTerrace Shop Webpage | View Here


Find all your upcoming Terrace Family event details here...

All Year 12 parents and caregivers are warmly invited to attend
Date and Time: Friday 8 February | 12pm for 12.15pm start
Where: UQ Centre, University of Queensland, Union Rd St Lucia
RSVP: No RSVP necessary. 
For further information, please contact
Cath Gooley | | 3214 5200

Date and Time: Friday 1 March | 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Where: Wests Rugby Club, Sylvan Rd Toowong
Cost: Free event. Bar tab & nibbles included.
RSVP: Please RSVP for catering purposes by Friday 22 February using the link below
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Erin Bowpitt | | 3214 5222

President's Drinks | RSVP Here

Date and Time: Friday 22 March | 11am
Where: St Lucia Golf Links
Cost: $600 per team | Includes 18 holes of golf, carts, lunch, drink vouchers, use of golf simulator, canapés during presentations
Registrations: Registrations close Friday 15 March
Sponsorship Opportunities: $2500 per hole - details via the link below
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Jarrod Turner - Donor Relations Manager || 0481 905 290

ERFA Gold Day | Registrations & Sponsor Details Here

Details: Thursday 28 March | 7.00am - 8.30am
Where: Queensland Cricketers' Club, Gabba Towers, 411 Vulture St East Brisbane
Cost: $57 (+ booking fees) | Includes sit down breakfast
RSVP: Please RSVP via College Events by Wednesday 21 March
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Erin Bowpitt | | 3214 5422

Br Buckley B'fast | Book Here

The staff, students and parents of Terrace look forward to rolling out the Red and Black carpet for you on Open Day.  
No RSVP is required.

Date & Time: Monday 19 August | 3.30pm - 6.00pm
Where: St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace

Year Level Parent Social Functions

Find all your Term 1 year level functions here....

Year 12 Parent/Caregiver Morning Tea

Details: Friday 15 February | 7.45am  
Where: Victoria Park Bistro, 283 Herston Rd Herston
Cost: Please order at the bar. 
RSVP: No RSVP required. Hope you can make it!
For further details or enquiries, please contact       
Anne Learmonth | | 0409 655 436

Year 7 Parent/Caregiver Welcome Function

Details: Friday 22 February | 7.00pm
Where: The Heritage Room, Story Bridge Hotel, 200 Main St Kangaroo Point
Cost: $26pp (+ booking fees) | Includes drink on arrival & food platters
RSVP: Please RSVP by midday Friday 15 February using the below link
For further information or enquiries, please contact
Anna Wright | | 0458 153 103

Year 7 Function | Book Here

Year 12 Parent/Caregiver Function

Details: Saturday 23 February | 5.00pm
Where: Felons Brewing Co | Howard Smith Wharves
Cost: $36pp (+ booking fees). Includes snacks. Cash bar
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 19 February
For further details or enquiries, please contact        
Anne Learmonth | | 0409 655 436

Year 12 Function | Book Here

Year 6 Parent/Caregiver Function

Details: Saturday 2 March | 7.00pm 
Where: The Alliance Hotel, 320 Boundary Street Spring Hill
Cost: $36pp (+ booking fees). Includes canapes & drink on arrival. Cash bar 
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below link by Tuesday 19 February 
For further details or enquiries, please contact         
Bec Gascoigne | | 0419 792 463

Year 6 Function | Book Here

Community Information

College Yearbooks

If you did not receive a 2018 Yearbook please drop in to Student Services and collect your copy.