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  • Farewell Year 12

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    Throughout the last week of Term Three, Year 12 were farewelled in several events, culminating in the Graduation Evening on Thursday, 21st September. A number of students were presented with Special Awards on the night. Congratulations to the following students. Br Dermot Brosnan Service Award Katharine Alphonse Daniel Antoun Jack Byrnes Joshua Corbett Franco De Joya Abigail Latecka John Mylott

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  • Oakhill College Year 9 Market Day

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    Tommy Grillfiger and Holy Moly Guacamole were two of the more memorable company names involved in this year’s Year 9 Commerce Market Day. Market Day is a 10-week program that allows Commerce students to learn about running a business in an engaging and realistic way. The activities of the program are designed to create a business environment that is as

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  • Year 10 Leaders attend State Parliament and Special Guests at Daily Edition

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    The Year 10 Oakhill College Leaders were privileged to attend State Parliament on Thursday 14th September. They met with a variety of leaders, including a call on the Premier in her office where they asked her questions on her journey to the State’s top job, Premier of New South wales. A special extra experience was time spent with Channel 7

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  • Year 9 Service Programme, St Edmund’s College Wahroonga

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    In Year 9 all Year 9 classes attend St Edmund’s College Wahroonga helping the students. St Edmund’s College is a wonderful special education school in Wahroonga. The Oakhill College students experience what life is like in the shoes of a St Edmund’s student. The skills that they learn on the excursion include writing in braille, going on a cane walk

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  • Oakhill College MAD Day Raises $50,000 for Charity

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    The Oakhill College Mission Action Day (MAD) raised about $50,000 for charity with most of the money tagged for the Lasallian Foundation to support educational work in Lasallian institutions in Papua New Guinea, Pakistan and India. MAD Day consisted of adventure rides, and games and food stalls, and a lot of fun had by all. There was a completion for

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  • Oakhill College TAS and Visual Arts Show Case

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    Oakhill College recently hosted the Annual TAS (Technological and Applied Studies) and Visual Arts ‘Show Case’. The standard of work once again indicates the calibre of teaching and learning in the Industrial Arts and Visual Arts departments at Oakhill College. The Benildus Hall was full to overflowing with exquisite industrial art and design projects while the CSC Foyer offered some

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  • Oakhill College 2017 HSC Drama Students Nominated for ‘On Stage’ Awards

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    Congratulations to Mason Ackling, Murray George, Cameron Lawton, Benjamin Tulinsky, and Jake Woodhead who have been nominated for an ‘On Stage’ Award for their Group Performance ‘Five Slices’. In addition, congratulations to Chris Wadih who has been nominated for his individual performance, ‘Rumours’, and Jake Woodhead for his performance, ‘Barbarians in the City’.

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  • Oakhill College Science and the Big Science Competition

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    Oakhill College has achieved impressive results in the Big Science Competition. The competition is a good way for students in Years 7 to 10 to be involved in extension activities at lunch time and after school and to track their performance against State or National averages.  The competition consists of a 50 minute, 30 multiple choice examination testing critical thinking and

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