GYC visits ANU

At the invitation of the Australian National University, Hobart Campus Careers Advisor Richard Clark recently attended the university’s Open Day in Canberra to gain a better understanding of what it offers prospective students. He writes … It was great to meet up with a former GYC student, Sam Palmer (2012, pictured) who was able to…

GYC’s first Rhodes Scholar dreams to make a difference

From opera singer studies to international advocacy Emilie McDonnell*, MPhil in Law, University College, University of Oxford, England I am currently an MPhil in Law candidate at University College, University of Oxford and the 2016 Tasmanian Rhodes Scholar. I graduated from Guilford Young College in 2009 having mainly studied mathematics, English, drama, music and music…

Tasmanian Young Achievers

      The Tasmanian Young Achievers Awards were announced on Saturday 21 April. Guilford Young College had seven alumni among the finalists in nine award categories (see below). Winners were: Heather and Christopher Chong Community Service and Volunteering Award (all three nominees for this award were GYC alumni), Olivia Fleming (GYC 2014, pictured left…

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…

Principal extends invitation

The following has been issued by the Principal, Mr Craig Deayton, this afternoon: To all present and past students of Guilford Young College, parents, staff members and to all future students and families. Please follow the link below to a brief survey to complete to guide our advice as a College to the review into…