What advice should we be giving students about their futures?

AFTER THE ATAR Understanding how Gen Z transitions into further education and employment And Year13 when: THURSDAY 1 March 2018, 3:45pm to 5 pm where: Don Bosco Theatre,  GYC Glenorchy Campus presenter:  Will Stubley Every teacher, principal, parent, friend, sporting or community contact influences students’ choices as they move through their later years of school. All…

Musical talent shines in Annie

A current student and four alumni are performing in the Old Nick Company Theatre Summer School production, Annie Get Your Gun, currently being staged at the Mount Nelson Theatre. They are Student Leader Phoebe McLean (Hobart Campus), Jaxen Bone, Alec Hastie and Adrian Reddish (GYC 2017) and Dan Prichard (GYC 2016). All the young thespians have…

Big job ahead of soccer girls

The GYC girls’ soccer team had a huge task ahead of it as it began its 2018 campaign with a 1-1 draw with Fahan School this week. GYC is the title holder for not only Southern SATIS but also the SATIS (State) competition.  Good luck, girls!   featured image, top of the page, SSATIS champions,…

Tennis begins

GYC has three tennis teams entered in the 2018 SATIS competition. The 1st grade boys began their season on Tuesday afternoon with a tightly contested competition against The Hutchins School and the 1st and 2nd grade girls played their first matches on Thursday afternoon. Manager of the boys’ team, BRETT STEPHENSON, writes Boys’ tennis was…

Political parties respond

Catholic Schools – Partners in Tasmania’s Future State political parties respond to questions from the Tasmanian Catholic Education sector. Tasmanian Election Party Responses Final For other documentation in this campaign ahead of the Tasmanian State election on Saturday 3 March, please see: Catholic Education and the State Election.