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‘Young Starters Entrepreneurs’ Winner
Congratulations to Year 11 student Grant Sampson who won the recent ‘Young Starters Entrepreneurs’ Competition’ held at Steve Baxter’s River City Laboratory in Brisbane.
Grant’s business development was a fishing app called ‘Brag Tag’. It won him $45,000 worth of start-up prizes to help him enter the world of young entrepreneurs.Read more »
A Busy Week of Concerts
A busy week of concerts signed off the first semester in the Perfuming Arts with a special evening Chamber Music Concert hosted by the iCentre and catered by the Friends of the Arts (FOTA).
The audience was treated to a variety of small ensemble performances, including the flute, junior and senior string quartets and quintets, and the Senior Piano Trio.Read more »
Barefoot in the Park
As part of Under 8s Week, students in Prep to Year 3 participated in our annual Barefoot in the Park morning, which honours all the fun of being a child and learning through play.
Barefoot in the Park is traditionally held during Children’s or Under 8s Week. Schools, child care centres, community groups, churches libraries, businesses and federal, state anf local government agencies all celebrate in many ways, with Barefoot in the Park events being just one of these.Read more »
Into the Woods hits musical a high note
The College campus is still buzzing from the euphoria of what has been hailed by the audiences as the most amazing musical to date – Into the Woods!
The talented student cast, colourful costumes, superb sets and brilliant College Orchestra were exceptional!Read more »
Saint Stephen’s students ‘shave off’ for a great cause
Saint Stephen’s College ‘serial shaver’ Mitchell Hobbs (Year 12) and ‘second timer’ female student Charlie Pate (Year 6) were among 7 students who braved the World’s Greatest Shave this year - to the sounds of the Funk Band, sizzling snags, stalls, games and much cheering from their peers - to raise funds for a worthy cause.
Event Coordinator, Father Andrew Kinmont, said the annual ‘cut and colour’ was always well supported, with many returning regularly to raise funds and awareness for the Leukaemia Foundation.Read more »