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Hockey Girls Score Long-Awaited Win
On Saturday the Hockey girls took on Ivanhoe Grammar School to record their first win for the season.

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Hockey Girls Score Long-Awaited Win
On Saturday the Hockey girls took on Ivanhoe Grammar School to record their first win for the season.
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Young Life Saver in line to Compete at Worlds
Grace Harris (Year 10) has been selected in the Australian Youth Life Saving Team squad for the World Life Saving Championships 2018 campaign.
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Golfing Green in Winning Pennant Team
Year 9 student Max Green has helped the Commonwealth Golf Club make history in the Golf Victoria Pennant Season on the weekend.
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Year 4 Pot to Plate Celebration
The Year 4 students held their Pot to Plate Feast last Friday, the culmination of 12 weeks' work of striving to grow food in a small pot...
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Table Tennis Ace off to Nationals
Year 12 student Calden Lyons will once again represent Victoria at the National Table Tennis Championships after being named in the Under-18 team.
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Visitors & Students Share Sustainability Tips
On Tuesday 16 May, we were lucky enough to have 25 sustainability leaders from St Joseph’s College visit The Geelong College.
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Inspiration from a Refugee's Journey
Abdi Aden, a Somalian refugee spoke to our Year 12 students as part of the TripleR program about his harrowing solo journey as a 15-year-old to Australia.
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Newcomer Wins Geelong College Challenge 2017
St Mary’s Primary School has won The Geelong College Challenge for the first time, having never entered the competition before.
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Early Learning Treats Mums to Special Morning
Mums enjoyed a very special morning at Early Learning today. Mums and excited children started arriving at school from 7am and participated in lots of fun activities together.
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Career Pathways Explored at Annual Expo
Students from Years 9 to 12 had a chance to find out more about career pathways at this year’s College Careers Expo in the Keith Humble Centre on Wednesday 10 May.
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Great Performances All Round at Jazz Fest
The Stage Band and Pegasus Singers travelled to Mt Gambier from 5-7 May to attend the 30th annual Generations In Jazz festival.
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Footballer to Play in National Carnival
Congratulations to Sam Witherden (Year 9) for his recent selection in the School Sports Victoria U15 boys' football team after competing in three trials.
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Surfers take out Victorian Independent Schools Title
On Thursday 4 May, The Geelong College surf team competed in the Victorian Independent Schools Teams Titles at Jan Juc.
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Year 12 Rowing Bursary Recipients Announced
The Albert Bell Club has awarded bursaries to five Year 12 students to help them continue rowing after College.
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Environmental Change Makers
On Wednesday 3 May, six SRC representatives from Years 6, 7 and 8 attended the Environmental Change Makers conference at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre.
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Basketballers' Sweet Success at Nationals
Congratulations to Eve Braslis (Year 12) and Agnes Emma-Nnopu (Year 10) for their Under-18 Women's team's win at the Australian National Basketball Championship in Townsville in April.
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Mitchell Gourley wins back-to-back Ski and Snowboard Australia Para Athlete of the Year awards.
Last night, at Maia in Melbourne, Mitchell Gourley (OGC 2009) was recognised for his outstanding results in world ski racing.
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Water Skier's PB at National Championships
Year 5 student Jono Leake's fine form in competitive water skiing has earned him a place in the National Water Ski Championships.
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Squad Gets Set for Netball Season
Specialist coaches and a Guinness World Record holder have inspired the College's netballers during a two-day camp.
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Athletes Thrive Against Australia's Best
Several Geelong College students have competed against the best young athletes in the country, coming away with three medals and plenty of fine performances.
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