Senior School News

DeLorean Project Showcase Evening

There were many proud parents, teachers, community mentors and students in attendance at the Beerwah Community Hall on Wednesday 20 November for the annual DeLorean Project Showcase. This year the bar was raised to include an expo, dinner and formal presentation with guest speakers and student reflections. A visit from our local DeLorean car owner
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Year 12 Mystery Bus Tour

Glasshouse Christian College recently ran its third annual overnight MYSTERY BUS TOUR after the College Formal for the Year 12 students. Instead of kids getting caught up in the after formal party, the College wanted to organise a mystery bus tour for the Year 12s after the Formal as an alternative activity. Students and parents can
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Year 12 2019 Formal photo gallery

For all of those who couldn’t make it to the Formal and for those who would like to relive the night through the photos – here they are. Photos from the formal photographer will be available a little later on – stay tuned!

Robyn Harmse invited to speak at Rotary

On Monday night 4 November, Year 11 student Robyn Harmse was invited by the Glasshouse Rotary Club to speak at their monthly meeting.  The Rotary Club is sponsoring Robyn to attend the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) in Canberra next January. Robyn spoke confidently to the Rotary Club members which included special local guests Terri and Robert Irwin.
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DeLorean Project Hooks a ‘Shark’ – Steve Baxter

Steve Baxter - Shark Tank

Channel 10’s Shark Tank Investor Steve Baxter! Last week we had the privilege of having Steve Baxter visit the DeLorean Project! Steve is one of the five ‘Shark’ investors on Channel 10’s popular ‘Shark Tank Australia’ show and is passionate about innovation in Queensland and had some excellent advice to share with our DeLorean Project
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Special performance for Year 11 English

On the first day back of Term 4, the Year 11 English classes were serenaded into their English lesson by Mr Renat Yusupov on the cello. Half of the English students are currently studying the novel The Cellist of Sarajevo, and its representation of the hope that music (particularly cello) can bring during times of
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Duke of Ed – Susan River Homestead

The Duke of Edinburgh Award at Glasshouse Christian College is a source of great pleasure, growth, contribution and adventure for the students who have chosen to pursue the Award. This year there are 13 students enrolled in the Gold Award. They have already completed the Bronze and Silver Awards to access this most prestigious level. 
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Warialda trip for Agricultural Science students


The Year 11 Aggies have returned from their Warialda camp where they not only gained an incredible amount of knowledge but blessed local farmers within the region. The seven-hour trip was broken up by a stop at the Glenn Inness Research Station, where the students learned about feed conversion ratios, cereal grains and hay, as
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In Term 2, four Year 10 students participated in a STEM CONNECT program at the University of the Sunshine Coast. The program is designed for highly motivated students that have a strong intrigue towards STEM subject areas. For four weeks, students travelled to the University on a Tuesday afternoon to learn about different STEM subject
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Robyn Harmse selected for National Youth Science Forum

Congratulations to Year 11 student Robyn Harmse who has been selected to attend the Rotary Club’s National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) in Canberra next January. Robyn went through an extensive selection process conducted by the Rotary Club Association of Queensland to be selected to attend their National Youth Science Forum. The National Youth Science Forum
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