Anzac Day 2018

Lest we forget Guilford Young College was beautifully represented at several civic Anzac Day services during the holidays by a number of our students. Two of our Student Leaders*, Charlotte Kenny and Meg Francis, spoke at the Dawn Service. (see below for the full text of the speech which includes the poem) Guilford Young College…

Governor of Tasmania to be honoured guest

Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner AC Governor of Tasmania will be the guest of honour at the Guilford Young College Ceremony of Commendation tonight (Thursday 15 March). Her Excellency the Governor will deliver the keynote address and present awards. For Guilford Young College – Tasmania’s only senior secondary Catholic coeducational college – the…

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…

Ash Wednesday

  Both Campuses held Ash Wednesday prayer services to mark the beginning of Lent. All students and staff were invited to be marked on the forehead with ash in the sign of the cross. All were also invited to contribute to the Caritas Australia Project Compassion appeal. HOBART    St Mary’s Cathedral Administrator Fr Shammi Perera,…

Catholic Education and the State Election

Our Catholic schools are partners in Tasmania’s future In the lead-up to the 3 March 2018 State election, the Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission, the Tasmanian Catholic School Parents Council and the Director of Catholic Education sent a joint letter to four political parties (Liberal, Labor, the Jacqui Lambie Network and the Greens) requesting their party’s…