While the thought of storytelling brings back fond memories of Winnie the Pooh, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Green Eggs and Ham for most of us, children from across the Sunshine Coast explored much more than your average library book when they came together recently for Under Eights Week to participate in a storytelling day […]
Sunshine Coast Grammar proudly welcomed former ACT Brumbies and Wallabies rugby centre James Holbeck to the school during the week to talk with Year 11 Christian students as well as the Grammar Rugby 1st XV, 2nds and Under 15 squads. James played 36 Super 12 matches and has 7 Test caps for the Wallabies from […]
Look out Hollywood and Broadway. Following in the footsteps of former Kawana Waters State College (KWSC) students who now find themselves performing at the Moulin Rouge and New York Film Academy, more than 25 senior students are well on the way to having their name up in lights, with the talented performers having honed their […]
Entries are now open for the 32nd Immanuel Arts Festival. The festival continues to be recognised as the largest community event of its kind on the Sunshine Coast. Hosted by Immanuel Lutheran College, the festival will open to the public from 16-19 May and is a great opportunity for local artists to showcase their talent […]
This week will see the launch of the 2013 Sunshine Coast Independent Primary Heads Association (SCIPHA) debating season, with the Queensland Debating Union presenting an informative workshop at Sunshine Coast Grammar School on Friday, February 15. Proudly supported by Ferguson Cannon Lawyers, the inter-school debating competition will see ten schools from across the region take […]
2013 is a great milestone in the life of Caloundra Christian College, their 30th anniversary. In 1978, the idea of a College was just a small seed in the mind of the Pastor at Caloundra Baptist Church and some of its members. This dream developed over many years until in 1983 when the vision became […]
Student leaders from Caloundra Christian College retreated into the country for a weekend of mentoring and planning, ready for their roles in leadership this year. Accompanied by their Principal (Mr Mark Hodges), College Chaplain (Miss Leah Brown) and Secondary Teacher (Mrs Rebecca Spicer), the Year 12 leaders headed off to Gunalda (Mt Kanigan). The retreat […]
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Immanuel Lutheran College is justifiably proud of the Class of 2012, which achieved one of the highest percentages of OP eligible students receiving an OP 1-10, including 4 OP1s.
Bob, the busy bus driver at Caloundra Christian College was happy to have finished the last two weeks of the school year driving around in luxury and comfort.