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Audiences were invited to dust off their magnifying glasses and don their detective wear to enter into the fantastical world of Stoppard's play.
Darren Jameson has built his career and life around the philosophy of service for others.
Training for the winter Firsts sporting teams has been taken up a notch after the recruitment of specialist coaches to help players track their fitness and improve on field performance.
Since leaving CCGS Jasmine Workman has developed a strong career in media, most recently she's taken on a role in social media as a Marketing Manager at Facebook.
Not many people can say they’ve been invited to speak at the NSW Parliament - especially not at the tender age of 11 - but that’s exactly what Eoin McAweaney in (Year 6) did.
Charlie Hunter’s passion for athletics has taken him all over the world.
Four CCGS students banded together to form the ‘Coastie Shavers’, raising over $11,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation as part of the World’s Greatest Shave.
Melissa Wilkinson's journey from CCGS has seen her grow a business from her garage into a multi-million dollar international enterprise.
Team C-137 are going from strength to strength after their win at the RoboCup Asia Pacific Competition held in Thailand.
New facility supports cutting-edge teaching, learning and digital literacy capacities.
Harvard University’s Teaching for Understanding Framework is being integrated across the school to support next generation learners.
CCGS remains in the Top 100 NSW School's based on our 2017 HSC results.