National Robotics eye opener!

Thanks to lots of work outside of class and many, many revisions of the robots and code, we had a reasonably successful trip to the Robocup Junior Australian Open National Championships in Melbourne during the October school holidays. Earlier, Amity Bailey (Year 12) had won the ‘standard league’ division of Robocup Soccer at the State…

Yearbook ordering information

The GYC Yearbook, Lux Nostra, is a beautiful publication that celebrates and records the amazing events and achievements of a very packed, fulfilling and enriching year at the College.   The 2018 Yearbook MUST be ordered: no charge, if it is to be collected from your Campus office $15 per book ,if you would like it…

Parents, have your say

Parents of Guilford Young College students have been invited to participate in a survey being conducted by the Australian Parents Council. All parents and carers are welcome to complete this survey, wherever your child goes to school. The survey is available here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q32ZQ22  The covering letter from the APC is here: APC Parent Survey The APC is an…

Best State business plan, again

Business Studies 3 student Joseph Howlett represented Tasmania at the national final of the Plan Your Own Enterprise competition in Sydney during the Term 3 holidays. His teacher, Mrs Karen Leary, said that although he did not win the title, Joseph acquitted himself very well at the national level. It is the second consecutive year…

Teachers, 2019

Guilford Young college is current advertising for three teaching positions in 2019: VET Certificate II in Kitchen Operations VET Certificate I in Construction Food, Cooking and Nutrition 2 Applications close at 4pm on Monday 29 October. Details, including the application package, are available on the Positions Vacant page