After a wonderful ‘welcome to country’, the mix of didgeridoo, music and dance provided a prayerful mood to set the tone for an engaging experience. The night was truly blessed as Dr Amanda Rojek (past Student 2003) shared her story of education that reflected hope and opportunity. Valuing and embracing one’s life-long learning as a gift is important for us all and Amanda embodied this as an articulate and outstanding role model for young women.

College Principal Mr Brendan Cahill said he is ‘eternally grateful for the opportunity to lead such a vibrant and enriching community and assist in students finding their voice and place in the world. We continue to celebrate with joy and gratitude the rich achievements of many students from each year level and to witness the diversity ever present in the College. With inspiring and wonderfully gifted performances by the College Choirs, dance troupes and a variety of music performers, the prizes for academic, cultural, sporting and service endeavours were richly celebrated.’

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