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Optima Magazine 2018-19

Optima highlights the many exciting things happening at the College and why it is one of Australia’s top innovative schools – STEAM, performing arts, academic extension, sport and much more. within an environment that nurtures, soft, hard and internal life skills.

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Congratulations to our “Women in Business” awardees

The Gold Coast Women In Business Awards was held recently at the Gold Coast Convention Centre to celebrate the achievements of Gold Coast leaders, achievers and women of inspiration. Special guests included Federal Minister Karen Andrews MP, Federal Assistant Treasurer Stuart Robert MP, Deputy Mayor Donna Gates and Mayoress Ruth Tate. Year 11 student Georgia–Lili …

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Innovative award winner three years running

Saint Stephen’s College has been named a top innovative school in the nation for the third year running. Headmaster Jamie Dorrington said it was a significant achievement as only 40 schools from across Australia made The Educator Innovative Schools report. “This national recognition is a direct outcome of the dedicated and visionary staff at Saint …

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College hosts national percussion titles

Saint Stephen’s College proudly hosted the prestigious 2018 Australian Percussion Eisteddfod which brought together the nation’s elite young drumlines, percussion soloists and chamber ensembles. Director of Performing Arts, Dylan Troyahn, said it was the first time the College had hosted the national event and congratulated all students and staff involved in making it a success. …

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‘Tomorrow, When the War Began’ author, John Marsden, visits Saint Stephen’s College

Senior Saint Stephen’s College students welcomed world-renowned Tomorrow, When the War Began, Australian writer John Marsden as part of Book Week (August 22). Mr Marsden is a teacher, writer, Principal of two schools in Victoria and author of many award-winning books for young adults including the seven volume Tomorrow, When the War Began series. Head …

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Science and Engineering champs two years running!

Saint Stephen’s College has won the renowned regional section of the Newcastle University Science and Engineering Challenge for the second year running. Head of Science, Iain Taylor, said the group of 32 Year 9 and 10 students showed great skill in completing complex, problem-solving tasks that included designing bionic hands to sign language, towers to …

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We laughed a lot at Spamalot!

It was a laugh a minute and much ‘Fisch Schlapping’ at the Saint Stephen’s College Senior musical Monty Python’s Spamalot, with audience feedback for the four performances – starring 81 actors, dancers, orchestra members and tech crew – still ringing loud, proud. Director and College Drama Teacher Bradley Chapman said staging the musical was an …

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APS Swimming

We were very proud of the students who represented Saint Stephen’s College at the APS Swimming Carnival on Wednesday 14 February. It was a very hot and humid day where it would have been easy to hold back and not give your all. However, the effort and attitude of all team members, many of whom do not consider themselves to be swimmers, was excellent.

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‘Young Starters Entrepreneurs’ Winner

Grant’s business development was a fishing app called ‘Brag Tag’. It won him $45,000 worth of start-up prizes

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