Senior School News

DeLorean Project – Pilot Projects

Over the last eight weeks, our Year 10 students have been busy engaging in a Pilot Project for DeLorean. Each Wednesday, students have been taken through a course of action to turn an idea into a project. Essentially the Pilot Project, in its condensed form, follows our DeLorean Project tagline… THINK, CREATE, SHARE. The aim
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DeLorean Project – Mystery Box Challenge

The DeLorean Project runs exclusively at Glasshouse Christian College for our Year 10 students. The aim is to develop the students skills and capabilities in the areas of Self Awareness, Social Awareness, Creative Mindset and Use of Technology. During Term 1, students have been working on a pilot project to give them a taste of
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Glasshouse Rotary Club sponsor Abigail for a Science Experience

From the 21-24 January I was sponsored by the Glasshouse Rotary Club to attend a four-day ‘Science Experience’. I have had a strong passion for Science, in particular Biology and Chemistry for quite a while and I plan on pursuing a science career in the future, however, I’ve never really known exactly how to get
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Robyn is offered a QUT Research Internship

Congratulations to Year 12 Science student Robyn Harmse. Robyn has been offered a position in the prestigious 2020 QUT High School Research Internship Program. The program generated significant interest this year, with over 450 quality applicants. QUT has recognised Robyn’s outstanding STEM leadership potential and has invited her to attend the program during the April
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Fiji Mission Trip 2020 – applications closing soon

Our annual Fiji Mission trip is scheduled for 16 to 30 September so there is plenty of time for things to settle down internationally. However, time is running out for Senior School students to send in the application to participate in this exciting and often, life-changing, mission trip. Details are in the flyer below and
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You’re invited… back to the future!

The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA)’s released a report series in 2018 called ‘The New Work Reality’. The report examines what ‘work’ is going to look like in the future for young Australians and the difficulties they are expected to face with the increase in automation due to technology. This report directly supports the essence
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Middle School and Senior School dance troupes

Over the past few weeks the Middle School and Senior School dance troupes have had the privilege of working with dancer and choreographer Rachel Dowse. Rachel has been working on a routine with each of the teams that they will showcase at Eisteddfods and school performances in 2020. 

New Senior Hospitality Kitchen

Year 12 students were the first to use our new industrial kitchen. It has been three years in the planning and constructing and the students finally worked in this amazing space. It will be used for functions and will complement the Performing Arts Centre when it is started to be built this year. This kitchen will
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Madeleine Roulston wins Bright Awards

Torrens University, Australia, in collaboration with Billy Blue College of Design, runs a national design competition for all interested high schoolers. The Bright Awards is a celebration of creative craft within secondary schools. Towards the end of last year, one of our Design students entered this competition and won. Please join us in congratulating Maddie Roulston
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