Whole of School News

Finalisation of fees and 2020 set up

Finalisation of 2019 school fee payments and 2020 fee payment set up: By the end of November, direct debit payments will settle this year’s school fees. If you ticked the ‘Future/Ongoing Payments’ box on this year’s DDR Form then your payments will continue over the December / January holiday period. When you receive your 2020 Annual
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Free dental service in Caloundra

Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service School Dental Service: The Caloundra Oral Health Service offers free dental care to: Every student Prep to Year 10 All Year 11 and 12 Students and 2–4-year-olds who are eligible for the Child Dental Benefits Scheme or who have a health care card Appointments will be at the Caloundra
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Commercial coffee machine for sale

Calling all coffee lovers and small business owners. We have a coffee machine for sale which was formerly used in our DeLorean Project. It is an EXOBAR coffee machine – 1 head, 2003 model and recently serviced. The electrical details are: 240 volts, 10 amp, 2670 watts. The machine is in good condition and the
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Letter from a concerned student

It took a while to write this letter because I convinced myself that writing to you was an overreaction. I was wrong. We need to put down our phones. I truly believe that it is lucky that you are able to read this today, because it means that I am still alive to write it.
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Host a Japanese student

Would you like to host a Japanese student in your home for one week in October? A group of 14 / 15-year-old students from Seikyo Gakuen, a Christian private school in Osaka Japan, will be visiting the Sunshine Coast from 18 – 25 October and they are looking for families to homestay with.  If you choose to host,
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Great results for French students at MLTAQ Speech Contest

Successful results were achieved for French by our College at the University of the Sunshine Coast annual MLTAQ speech contest on Sunday 25 August. This year, 580 students from 43 schools competed in seven languages from Years 3-12. It was an excellent event raising the profile of languages on the Sunshine Coast. A big congratulations to
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The Night of Talent 2019

The Night of Talent 2019 was a fantastic success! Here are some photos from the event showing off our incredibly talented students in their element! A huge thank-you to the Student Voice volunteers and all those involved!

One thing that can’t be multi-tasked

There is a lot of talk about multi-tasking these days. Are women better than men at multi-tasking? Does multi-tasking affect efficiency and performance? We know we have amazingly talented parents who can multi-task many things at once but there is one thing we never want to see multi-tasked. Not only is this task illegal combined
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Primary Science Show

The Science ambassadors namely: Madeleine Roulston; JD Theron; Paige Thompson and Cerys Richardson organised a number of experiments to demonstrate to the Primary School students. Assisting the Science ambassadors were four other Year 11 Science students namely: Bakani Kombanie; Liana Perry; Ellena Jimenez and Robyn Harmse. Madeleine and Cerys demonstrated the ‘chilling effect’ of liquid
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Withdrawal of students

The Registrar’s Office would like to remind all parents/caregivers about the terms and conditions concerning the withdrawal of students.  If students are leaving at the end of a school term or school year, parents/caregivers are required to give 90 days written notice to the Registrar, prior to the student’s last day.  Failure to do so
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