PYOE: Sean produces best Tassie business plan

Guilford Young College Year 12 student Sean Cruz represented Tasmania in the national finals of the Plan Your Own Enterprise competition. Sean’s business plan, for an enterprise called pinoys, was named Tasmania’s individual winner in the annual competition conducted by CPA Australia in association with Victorian Commercial Teachers Association (VCTA) and Business Educators Australasia Inc.…

GYC sports colours on our biking paths

  The prominent GYC sports colours of blue, red and gold are now often seen on the roads and cycling tracks around Hobart. Inspired by the exploits of Maddy Fasnacht in the last two years and new Principal Craig Deayton’s personal interest in cycling, it was realised that a number of staff and several students…

Family Bulletin #17

Family Bulletin #17 (19 October 2017) is available now. This is the first bulletin for Term 4. The 2017 school year is very quickly drawing to a close. This Family Bulletin contains important information about TASC exam procedures and useful information to help your family through the potential stress of these coming weeks. There are…

An invitation

An invitation to parents from the Director of Catholic Education The Tasmanian Catholic School Parents Council annual conference will be held this Saturday – 21 October. The Director of Catholic Education, Mr John Mula, has extended an invitation to all parents to attend, especially in the afternoon. This year’s conference theme is “Prepared for the…

Clean sweep for GYC athletes

GYC wins three Open shields Guilford Young College made a clean sweep of the three Open shields on offer when our athletes competed in the SATIS Athletics Carnival at the end of Term 3, on Saturday 23 September. Due to consistently good performances across the program, GYC took out the Open Girls, Open Boys and…