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New music lab supports student creativity
New recording studio and computer lab support student's musical creativity.
CCGS open new and dynamic Senior College
Senior College students at CCGS start Term 2 in dynamic new facilities. 
Matt Graham is at the top of his ski game
Matt Graham (2012) has won the International Ski Federation’s World Cup Crystal Globe title in Kazakhstan and Charlie Hunter (2014) has been breaking Australian records in the USA.
CCGS alumni Mitchell Wright
Mitchell Wright (2008) is passionate about people and the intersection between design and psychology. He integrates this perspective into his work as an architect and examines how we can better design our homes to increase our wellbeing. Mitchell dreams of opening an architectural practice rooted in compassion and empathy for the user.
Harmony Day at CCGS promotes diversity
A day to celebrate our diversity, our unique qualities, and accept everyone for who they are.
Viral - a global pandemic on social media
Senior Drama students explore the world of trends, online footage, and how social responsibilities should be defined, in the thought-provoking play Viral.
Students at CCGS choose to challenge for IWD 21
Guest speakers share their own personal journey of challenge and students call out gender bias and inequality.
CCGS alumni Michael Seton
Michael Seton (2001) loves that the law allows him to problem solve in a way that makes a real difference in people’s lives. After years spent studying and travelling, Michael once again calls the Central Coast home, establishing Ryan & Seton Lawyers with fellow alumni Anthony Ryan.
New CCGS Junior School facility drives innovation
New opportunities ahead for Kindergarten to Year 6.
HSC Results 2020
CCGS HSC students are reaping the reward of 13 years of study thanks to resilience, drive and enthusiasm.
Project LIFT takes students to new heights
To celebrate the end of Term 4, Middle School, (Year 7 to 9) engaged in Project LIFT taking students to new heights.
Ms Denise McDonough
After 45 years of service to education, Ms Denise McDonough, Head of Senior College, retires. Denise reflects on the education industry, her time at CCGS and has one final piece of advice for students.