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Learning is a dynamic and immersive experience at CCGS, with a comprehensive Digital Technologies course designed to demystify complex concepts and build skills that reflect real world practices.
Over 40 schools, 1400 students and 500 debates made up this year’s HICES Debating Competition where the CCGS squad was named Champion Debating School for 2018.
A first of its kind production, CCGS's senior musical production of Oliver had audiences wanting more.
After completing a Bachelor of Music, then a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management, Kieran Fiatarone took a trip to Italy where he became inspired to start his own farm. He's recently established his own business, Fiatarone Farms, on the Central Coast.
Year 9 students created clever video interpretations of Shakespeare classics for the Shakespeare School Carnival.
Clare Richmond is a specialist doctor with the Sydney Helicopter Emergency Medical Service. In her spare time, she’s studying to be a yoga teacher and was featured in a Sydney Opera House video about inspiring young girls around the world to reach their potential.
New skills, close bonds and a whole lot of fun was had by the budding artists who took part in the first-ever Parent and Child Art Club.
Following his passion and taking a leap of faith has seen CCGS alumni Tim Coulson build an enviable career as an internationally sought-after professional photographer.
Year 9 Food Technology students have been immersing themselves in the history and ritual of celebrations by creating their own themed celebration parties.
Best mates Mike Tyrrell (2000) and Jordan Green (2001) first forged their life-long friendship at CCGS. Since then, they’ve combined their friendship and skills to work together on industry leading innovator in first aid emergency solutions - Survival Emergency Solutions.
An energising and enriching cultural exchange with graduates from the African Children's Choir.
Audiences were invited to dust off their magnifying glasses and don their detective wear to enter into the fantastical world of Stoppard's play.