Rest in peace, Adam

        Year 12s farewell: Take from GYC an alternative vision for life    Carmel House final assembly – Adam Croser     The 2018 Yearbook report from Carmel House: 2018 GYC Yearbook Carmel       Farewell, Adam; a man who treasured every moment.

Head Start gives students a head start on next year

When most Year 11 students start the academic year at Guilford Young College on Wednesday 6 February 2019, it will not be the first time that they have sat in their new classrooms. That will have happened at the end of the 2018 school year. As a senior secondary college, academic classes at Guilford Young…

GYC and the future of Catholic Education in Hobart

Dear Parents, Students and Friends of Guilford Young College, This week, significant and long-term change to Catholic education on the great Hobart region has been announced by the Archbishop of Hobart, the Most Rev. Julian Porteous. While the change will be systemic and from K-Year 12, our interest, of course, is in the provision of senior…

Historic signature returns to origin

Guilford Young College has given to Westpac Bank a book signed by one of Australia’s banking legends. The book is “The paper pound of 1797-1821: a reprint of the bullion report” and was published in 1919. It has been signed by Sir Alfred Davidson. The book, which appears to have been his personal book and…

‘SUPERB’ ART EXHIBITION: “Follow your passion”

Art students at Guilford Young College have been encouraged to pursue art as a career if that is where their passion lies. Artist and academic Brigita Ozolins, in officially opening the 2018 GYC Art Exhibition, said that art offered a “most rich, unique and often incredibly magical and moving snapshot of the world and our…