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28 years ago, the Headmaster’s Personal Assistant Trish Burne walked through the front gates at CCGS for the first time. Little did she know that nearly three decades later she’d come to be one of the school’s most recognised and loved faces.
Narrative, modelling clay and film combine to create Claymation.
Ahead of the first home game of the season, select alumni returned to present the next generation of basketball champs their team jerseys.
Initially unsure what career path she wanted to take post school and choosing what she describes as the ‘safest bet’, Nicole Doyle is now following her talents and passion and has launched her own business, Acacia Floral Designs.
A great night for the class of 1998.
Whether on the field or the track CCGS has had a busy and rewarding season in sport.
After first visiting Cambodia as part of the CCGS Humanitarian Tour in 2009, Sophie Cox has returned to intern at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials.
Our Director of Teaching and Learning, Damon Cooper shares his insights into why understanding is the key to learning.
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.