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Melbourne Arts Tour

Last week, 12 students and three staff members travelled to Melbourne for the annual Arts Tour. Armed with comfortable shoes, umbrellas and a whole lot of enthusiasm, we were ready to see what...
Cultural News

Cyber Safety

This week, Senior College students viewed the first part of ‘Tagged’, a film created as part of the Australian Government's Cybersmart initiative (managed by the Australian Communications and Media...
From the Head of Senior Students

Year 5 Camp

Last Wednesday, the Year 5 students set off on an adventure and arrived with smiling faces at the magnificent camp, Camp Bornhoffen. With great activities planned and beautiful weather, it was going...
Junior College

Mulan – Tickets On Sale Now!

Tickets for our Year 4-7 Musical Production of Mulan are now on sale at: https://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=228002 . Location: Lifepointe Baptist Church, 186 Wises Road,...
Cultural News

Upcoming Roadwork and Changes to Pedestrian Traffic Near the College

The Department of Transport and Main Roads has advised us of upcoming roadwork near the College. The roadworks are part of a $22 million project to improve access to the Sunshine Coast University...
Important Notices

Parents have to get involved

As with the real world, the internet also has its seamy side and it's all too easy for children to stray into it. To preserve the best of what's online for your children and avoid the garbage,...
Food for Thought

Congratulations Joseph Higginson

Year 9 student Joseph Higginson has recently completed a Senior Astronomy Course through the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). While the course is recommended for high achieving Year 11...
Secondary College

SCISSA Touch – Grand Finals

This week marked the conclusion of the SCISSA touch season, with the grand finals being played at the Peregian touch fields on Wednesday night. Pacific had two teams contesting the finals (Senior B...
Secondary Sport

Help Your Children Succeed

You can make a difference in your child’s life by training their brain to successfully function on social, emotional and academic levels. Here are some ways how: Limit technology and instead re-...
Food for Thought

Chess Tournament

On Tuesday 23rd August, 16 of our students travelled to Lake Kawana Community Centre to compete in the Sunshine Coast Interschool Teams Chess Tournament. Our students comprised four teams, spanning...
Extra-Curricular News