Lily wins Magna Carta prize

GYC Year 12 student Lily Russell has won the Governor’s Magna Carta Anniversary Prize as part of a worldwide celebration of the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta. The competition was open to students in all Tasmanian high schools and secondary colleges. Lily won the Year 11/12 category with a 1000 word…

Triathlon second

GYC girls placed second in the eighth annual Schools Triathlon Challenge at Bellerive Beach today. In mostly sunny but windy conditions, Year 11 girls Kate Trdin swimming, Rosie Bird bike and Amy Spandler running competed in the Year 11/12 division. Due the clashes with exams, boys did not compete. Mr Luke Hamilton managed the team…

New police officer

GYC alumna Nikayla Roach (2014) was one of 19 new officers who graduated from the Tasmanian Police Academy on 14 November. She is one of seven graduates moving to the north-west of Tasmania to take up their first appointment. article, The Advocate

Family Bulletin #18

Family Bulletin #18  the last for the year contains the latest news  – including congratulations to GYC’s first Rhodes Scholar! – and also important information about exams and next week’s graduation ceremony. Thank you parents, carers and friends for a wonderful year. singers wanted

GYC’s first Rhodes Scholar

The Tasmanian Rhodes Scholar for 2016, Emilie McDonnell, is a GYC alumna (2009). The GYC Principal, Mrs Bobby Court, wrote in today’s Family Bulletin, “Emilie began to demonstrate her commitment to and passion for Human Rights when she was a student and leader at GYC. We proudly congratulate her.”   the Mercury       ABC online