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Learning from the Past
Today David Whitcroft, a former student, sports coach and member of staff of The Geelong College, has been sentenced for the harm he caused students here at College many years ago.

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Learning from the Past
Today David Whitcroft, a former student, sports coach and member of staff of The Geelong College, has been sentenced for the harm he caused students here at College many years ago.
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Athletes Thrive Against State's Best
The Geelong College's track and field athletes have pushed themselves to achieve their best results at the Victorian All Schools Championships at the weekend.
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Sapphire Shines at Asian Championships
Year 10 student Agnes Emma-Nnopu has helped Australia's Under-16 basketball team, the Sapphires, win this year's Asian Championships.
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Year 7s Get Involved in Eat Up
The Middle School Mezzanine was buzzing with activity on Wednesday 1 November, as some Year 7 students worked together to make hundreds of sandwiches for local students in need.
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Transit Lounge Opens for Viewing
The College community has celebrated the creative journeys of our VCE Art and Design students at the opening night of the Transit Lounge exhibition.
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Year 8's Cre8ive Works On Display
On Thursday 19 October, Year 8 students hosted an expo to showcase their Cre8 projects.
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Learning to be Resilient
Years 7 and 8 students were privileged to hear former AFL player Martin Heppell from the Resilience Project.
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Plenty of PBs at APS Athletics Finals
On Saturday 21 October, The Geelong College girls' and boys' teams competed in the APS Athletics Finals at Lakeside Stadium.
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Year 5 Artist Wins Geelong Portrait Prize
Year 5 student Wyatt Eddy has been awarded the 2017 Who's who portrait prize for his artwork of John Feltham Archibald.
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Georgie Impresses at Equestrian Nationals
Congratulations to Georgie Batten (Year 11), who came third overall in the eventing at the Australian Interschool Equestrian Championships in Toowoomba.
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Transit Lounge - the Journey Continues
Get ready for a visual feast at the 2017 VCE Design & Creative Art Exhibition.
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Basketballer to Represent Australia in India
The Geelong College Year 10 student Agnes Emma-Nnopu has been selected to represent Australia in the 2017 FIBA Under-16 Asian Championship.
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Nobel Peace Prize Part of Doctor's Legacy
Old Geelong Collegian Dr Bill Williams was a co-founder of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, which was awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize.
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Young Athletes through to State Finals
The Western Metropolitan Region Track and Field Carnival was held at Keilor Athletics Reserve on Tuesday 17 October, with our students achieving fantastic results.
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Water Polo Players Represent APS
Four Geelong College students took to the MSAC pool on Friday 13 October to play water polo with the best in the APS sport system.
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Students Immersed in Nation's Capital
After a year of studying the Australian legal and political system, nine Year 11 Legal Studies students went on a four-day immersion to the nation’s capital, Canberra.
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McHenry Earns Spot in AFL Academy
Year 11 Geelong College student Ned McHenry has been awarded a scholarship to the NAB AFL Academy.
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Staff and Parents Band Together for Eat Up
The Geelong College's third Eat Up sandwich-making workshop has been a great success, with 800 sandwiches assembled for disadvantaged local children.
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CLRI: Modern Love: Adolescents & Relationships
On Tuesday 10 October, the Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation hosted Jenny Walsh from the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University.
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Ruby Represents Barwon at State Titles
Year 11 student Ruby Pekin-Schlicht is a Victorian silver medallist after competing for the Barwon Region in the Netball State Titles at the weekend.
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