Finals details announced

The details of the Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent School (SATIS) finals to be held on Wednesday have been announced. Guilford Young College will have four teams contesting winter sports finals: Netball vs St Patrick’s College @ the Moonah Sports Centre, 11am Boys’ basketball vs St Patrick’s College @ the Moonah Sports Centre, 11:45am Boys’…

Limited tenure teachers

Guilford Young College is currently advertising for the following positions: Limited tenure teachers for 2019 for Religious Education 2; English 3; Biology 3; Sociology 3; Sport and Recreational Experience 1 and Outdoor Experience 1 (combined class). Limited tenure teachers for Term 1 of 2019 for Business Studies 2; Religious Education 2;Outdoor Education 2; Outdoor Leadership 3.…

RoboCup success for Amity

Three Guilford Young College students have continued the College’s success at the RoboCup Junior State finals. Amity Bailey won the Standard League Soccer competition ahead of Nick Martin and James Gravina who, working as a team, took out second place. These students were also in successful teams last year. It is the third consecutive year…

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…