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Morgan Southwick
Following her love of history has taken Morgan to some of the best learning institutions in the world - the University of Oxford and Harvard – and opened the door to a unique, culturally rich and meaningful career working with holocaust survivors and with Anti-Slavery Australia.
Students at central coast grammar school supporting IWD
School community comes together to celebrate a world that embraces equality.
Wellbeing program URSTRONG gains CCGS
CCGS has joined a global community of schools working with URSTRONG, a wellbeing organisation with a goal to help empower students with key friendship skills.
Alumni Andrew Medlicott
If launching an advisory business during Covid wasn’t challenging enough, this alumnus is also training for marathons, growing his flourishing business and finding a balance to spend time with friends and family. He equates his success and motivation to lessons learned at CCGS.
The R U OK? Day official charity has recognised CCGS’s coordinated, whole-school approach which focused on meaningful activities and lessons to help students have discussions around mental health.
We say goodbye to Sonja
After 26 years as a much loved Junior School and teacher librarian, Mrs Sonja Holden is hanging up her library books for the very last time. Sonja looks back on the many changes she has seen but the one thing that has remained the same is the strong sense of community among students, families, staff and friends of CCGS.
HSC Results
Joy for students following outstanding HSC results, with CCGS again placed in the top 100 schools in the state.
Alumna CCGS Courtney Hughes
A desire to work in healthcare, passion for creative arts and a love of her fur-baby has seen Courtney Hughes (2011) build a life (and business) that ticks all the boxes.
Farewell Ros Hayles
CCGS farewells Junior School teacher, Mrs Ros Hayles in 2022 who has been teaching for 38 years with 21 of those at CCGS. She shares how lucky she has been to view the world through young eyes, how technology has changed throughout the years and shares memories of some of her early days of teaching.
Jodi Clements heads up Wellbeing for Years 7 to 12
A sense of belonging, safety and connectedness are key elements of a CCGS education. To support the school’s strategic focus on wellbeing and ensure programs cater for students at every stage, a Director of Wellbeing for Years 7 to 12 was recently appointed.
Alumni Dux and Head Prefects of CCGS
In the final instalment of our three part series, we take a look at the post-school journeys of the leaders (Head Prefect) and high academic achievers (Dux) from 2011 - 2020.
Heads Prefects at CCGS
Our new Head Prefects Annabelle King and Matthew Trethewy are all about inclusion, positivity and supporting every student from Kindergarten through to Year 12. We sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.