Open Night

On Wednesday night we held our annual Open Night, where a large number of families and prospective students visited the College. Families had the opportunity to meet staff and students, ask questions, view work from across the College and get information on the curriculum and the wide range of programs offered. The evening was a huge success due to the hard work by staff and an outstanding effort by all the students involved. I would like to congratulate all students involved for being outstanding ambassadors for our school.

Bluewater Fitness Centre is OPEN!

Last Sunday I had the pleasure of attending the official opening of the Bluewater Fitness Centre. Following the opening, we will now plan for our PE classes to begin in the stadium from day 1 of term 2. This is a great facility and will significantly enhance our PE program. I would like to thank all the staff, students and their families for their patience over the last 4 years.

Athletics Sports

Today we had a great day at the Athletics Sports. Well done to all the students involved on making the day very enjoyable, the attitude and commitment by all students who attended was exceptional. There were some great individual performances on the day and I would like to wish all students who qualified for the next stage the best of luck. We saw a record number of competitors take part in our annual House Athletics Carnival. With the temperature nearing 30 degrees, our students did a marvellous job throughout the day. The day would not have happened without the work of all our staff in manning the stations and undertaking jobs for long periods of time. Our house captains also did a fantast

Coastal Swimming

Last Friday, 30 CSC students travelled to Apollo Bay to compete in the Coastal Swimming. We competed against Apollo Bay, Lorne-Aireys Inlet, Lavers Hill and Trinity College. Our students did a fantastic job with a number of students gaining qualification to the Greater Western Region Swimming, which will be held on Friday 24th of March in Ballarat. Well done to Thomas Brentwood-Balcombe who won the Age Champion for the Senior Boys.

Wye River Surf Lifesaving

On Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th March,19 students attended the surf lifesaving familiarisation days at Wye River with Michael Barrand and Kaye Potter. The days were held to give students, doing surf lifesaving in semester 2, the opportunity to become familiar with the setting and environment of the Bronze Camp to be held at the end of the year. Students watched the set-up and pack-up of the beach patrol and learnt basic water skills. Most of all, despite the rough conditions, the students had a lot fun using the club equipment.

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