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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.
While most students were off partying at schoolies week, seven local students celebrated their successes as graduates of the First Year Apprenticeship Program.
Caloundra students today were presented with new bikes and helmets as a part of a joint venture between Caloundra State High School and the St Vincent de Paul Caloundra Branch.
Caloundra Christian College students have been proactive in making a difference in the lives of others, giving back to those who have greater needs than themselves.
Joel Couchman, a Year 11 student at Caloundra Christian College, has been awarded the College’s 2012 Entrepreneurial Award.
For Victoria Everist it’s a step in the right direction, moving closer to home on the Sunshine Coast to take up her appointment as Centre Manager at New Leaf Early Learning Centre.
Local Member Andrew Powell MP has announced that five local schools in Glass House had received tablet computers (e-tablets) as part of the Newman Government’s $3.5 million eLearning for Special Needs Students’ initiative
Coolum High School students joined schools across the coast to host their 28th annual Academic Awards night last week. Principal Lee Goossens kicked off the evening’s proceedings by saying that not only should excellence be celebrated, but it was also critical for it to be publicly acknowledged.