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Middle and Senior Presentation Night – photo gallery

Our Presentation Night was an impressive celebration of the year that was at Glasshouse Christian College. We celebrated Academic, Diligence, GREAT and character achievements along with individual awards. This year Jade Brown was Middle School Dux and Ariana Doolan, College Dux. The Year 9 All-Rounder was Mason White and the Principal’s Award was presented to
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Five reasons why GCC presents end of year awards

At the end of every year as a College community we celebrate and reflect on the year that has passed. Last Monday we held our Sports Awards and next week will be our annual Presentation Night for Middle and Senior School. This celebration includes the presentation of awards for leadership, citizenship, effort and academic achievement
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Middle School news

Congratulations to these students for their successes so far this term: Ebony King – 7th in High Jump in Queensland JD Theron and Aiden McKellar – played in the QLD Volleyball team in the national championships – their team won! The Year 8 girls Glasshouse Volleyball team won silver in the recent state competition Noah
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Middle School News

The year is moving on quickly so please read these notes regarding important end of term and end of year meetings and events. Date Claimer: Presentation Night – Tuesday 7 November 6:00pm – 9:00pm Awards Night has a new name and was put in place to reflect that this evening ‘presents’ and celebrates the talent,
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Senior School News 25 November 2016

Tis the season to be Jolly! What a fantastic time of year.  Christmas is coming! Summer is on it’s way and we have had the most amazing weather.  At GCC, we have had a fantastic end of the year.  Our Year 12’s have done us proud.  We had a wonderful Awards Night and a fantastic
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Middle School News 20 September 2013

These primarily assess a student’s abilities in the area of literacy and numeracy. Recent pedagogical thinking has expanded to an understanding and acceptance that “intelligence” can encompass more than literacy and numeracy. Gardner (a well respected educationalist) proposed a multiple intelligence theory based on an understanding of a wider range of gifts and skills. Your
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